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Masked gang member who caused an explosion at Aberdeen store caught after girlfriend flags down police for directions
A member of a masked gang who caused an explosion as they tried to access a cash machine was caught after his girlfriend flagged down police for directions when she got lost.
Parents of a baby with a milk allergy have spoken out after being falsely accused of abusing their child.
The cast of Game of Thrones, and other stars, have begun touching down in Aberdeen for the wedding of co-stars Rose Leslie and Kit Harington tomorrow.
Police are appealing for information after an alleged attack in Aberdeen last night.
Two north-east men are facing jail after carrying out a brutal attack in Aberdeen city centre.
A north-east man who conquered cancer is preparing to tackle a half marathon to mark the anniversary of completing treatment.
The son of a Fraserburgh farmer who sang the national anthem at the Commonwealth Games in 2014 and comperes for the Royal Family was given a special accolade from Aberdeen University yesterday for his services to north-east culture.
Man accused of murdering mum’s boyfriend told her he tried to stop co-accused from striking him with dog lead
A man accused of murdering his mum’s boyfriend told her he tried to stop his co-accused striking him with a dog lead, a court has heard.
North-east teenager faces jail after confessing to horrific series of abuse against a woman – including taking an axe and threatening to kill her
A north-east teenager who brandished an axe at a woman and threatened to kill her is facing jail.
Aberdeen City Council has launched its 2018 Play Policy and Strategy with a special event for youngsters at the city’s Westburn Park.
An Aberdeen artist was “really chuffed” to be given the chance to design awards for the first minister.
One of the country’s leading water rescue experts has been appointed to lead the fire service in the north-east.
Mark McDonald’s high-flying ministerial career was left in tatters because of the events of one day in 2016, it has emerged.
Ambitious £68 million plans to build nearly 300 luxury flats at Aberdeen’s historic Rubislaw Quarry have been thrown out.
Councillors have approved plans to transform a former Aberdeen’s pub function room into student accommodation.
Claims against Mark McDonald which were not proven had a “significant and lasting impact” on his mental health and his family, the Aberdeen Donside MSP said.
The Royal Highland Show opened yesterday with around 200,000 visitors and 6,000 animals expected at the three-day-long event at Ingliston.
Mark McDonald was facing fresh calls to quit Holyrood last night after being left on the brink of an unprecedented suspension over his harassment of a woman.
Firefighters used ropes to rescue a man who fell into a river in Aberdeen, and could not make it out under his own power.
People are being asked to think about how to keep safe around water this summer – whether on Aberdeen’s beach, it’s two rivers, or other lochs and water sources.
Two men charged in connection with a theft by housebreaking and other suspicious activity in Aberdeen’s West End
Two 19-year-old men have been charged following a theft by housebreaking and other suspicious activity in the West End area overnight.
‘Crisis of male ego’ could explain hundreds of north-east men taking steroids and other image enhancers
Experts fear increasing numbers of young men are using image enhancing drugs due to social pressures encouraging men to have the perfect body.
Holyrood committee calls for shamed ex-minister Mark McDonald to be suspended from the Scottish Parliament
Shamed former minister Mark McDonald should be suspended from the Scottish Parliament without pay for one month, Holyrood's Standards Committee has recommended.
More than £70,000 worth of dangerous phone chargers and travel adapters have been seized in Aberdeen.
Centre stage for the sacrist with 16 years service under his belt as he is awarded Master of Aberdeen University
He knows the graduation routine by heart, after sitting through more than 250 ceremonies and gowning nearly 30,000 students.
A new memorial dedicated to Aberdonians who worked in the city’s important fishing industry is to be unveiled next week
An architect’s alternative vision for Rubislaw Quarry has received backing from an award-winning and internationally renowned designer.
People in Scotland have been urged to introduce a pond or pool to their garden after a new study revealed toad and frog sightings have decreased.
Campaigners fighting to save an historic Aberdeen school have met with senior council bosses to state their case.
A large section of the A90 will be renamed and brought under council control next year.
Home economics and arts teachers drafted in to help after Dyce Academy left without technical teacher for three years
An Aberdeen secondary school has had no technical education teachers for three years.
A mum-of-nine who travelled the globe to untangle her family tree has opened an art exhibition detailing her adventures.