A fire chief has apologised for north-east engines being out of action - and revealed a new plan to recruit staff and allow more local decision-making. Read More
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Four high-value cars have been stolen in the north-east overnight.
An Aberdeen street was shut this morning after a hole appeared in the road.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has urged animal lovers to have their say on electric shock collars before a consultation on banning the devices ends this week.
A schoolgirl has had her hair cut to raise money for charity in memory of her uncle who died of cancer.
A north-east man who posed as a young girl in online chatrooms and was caught with indecent images of children had been spared jail.
An Aberdeen primary school has been awarded £3,000 in National Lottery funding.
Stena Drilling has “pulled back” from making redundancies after securing fresh North Sea work with Total.
A woman who was jailed for six years for her part in a brutal murder bid on a sleeping man that left him with “catastrophic” brain injuries is appealing her conviction.
This week, the Press and Journal has highlighted the physical harm allergies can cause people, today Ben Hendry writes about their mental toll on children.
The Aberdeen man critically injured in a Maltese bus crash earlier this month has woken up from an induced coma and begun speaking to his family.
More than £5 million of council tax owed to Aberdeen City Council went uncollected last year - but the authority says rates are improving.
The mother of a teenager, who killed herself after being physically and verbally abused at Aberdeen University, has welcomed a new Scottish Government initiative to tackle violence on campus.
An oil and gas company that supports an air ambulance charity has backed new £6 million plans to bring a new emergency helicopter to Aberdeen.
Heathryburn School pupils are celebrating after scooping first prize in a challenging maths competition.
A fire chief has apologised for north-east engines being out of action - and revealed a new plan to recruit staff and allow more local decision-making.
Rail services between Aberdeen and Inverness have been delayed following an incident on a northbound train.
Police are on the hunt for a driver who failed to stop after hitting a nine-year-old boy on his bike on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
A man has been found guilty of causing the death of a Moray grandmother through dangerous driving.
A new festival which aims to celebrate Aberdeen's nightlife will launch in May.
Police are at the scene of a three-car crash at a busy Aberdeen roundabout.
As their time at secondary school draws to an end, many sixth year pupils are turning their thoughts to their future careers.
Council chiefs may have to argue for “exceptional circumstances” to extend a time limit on more than £1.6 million of unspent Scottish Government funding.
A new assisted hearing system will be part of Aberdeen’s Music Hall refurbishment when the building re-opens in December.
A world-leading celebration of fiddle playing and traditional dancing is to grow even bigger thanks to a new funding boost.
Two north-east charities are celebrating this week after benefiting from a ball highlighting the work of hundreds of young professionals.
An Aberdeen community has been given the Scottish Government’s permission to move forward with a bid to take over a private plot of land.
Changing the city council’s logo was branded a “vanity project” amid a stormy debate yesterday.
Aberdeen’s globe-trotting Lord Provost Barney Crockett has attended a conference less than 300 miles south of the arctic circle.
A charity that works to save lives across Scotland has unveiled plans to raise £6 million for a second helicopter air ambulance.
A musician has undergone emergency facial surgery after being mauled by a dangerous dog at the end of a gig in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Football Club has been granted official planning permission to build the £50 million Kingsford stadium and training complex.
Aberdeen University’s May Festival will feature talks from scientists from across the north-east as the international Soapbox Science event comes to the city for the first time.