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A missing north-east man has been traced safe and well.
A record-breaking explorer will talk about her solo ski from the coast of Antarctica to the South Polo next month.
North-east charity urges women to seek help as landmark survey reveals psychological effect of pregnancy loss
A north-east charity says it is vital that women who have lost a pregnancy seek help following the results of a ground-breaking study.
A thug who attacked his neighbour with a screwdriver and hit him over the head with a glass coffee table has been jailed.
Fears have been raised that thousands of students could miss out on a learning opportunity of a lifetime if the Erasmus programme is scrapped post-Brexit.
A festival celebrating the north-east arts scene could be scaled back due to lack of interest.
Council workers have begun felling dozens of historic trees in Aberdeen’s Union Terrace Gardens as a multi-million-pound renovation of the park continues.
The family of a teenage Gordon Highlander killed in Cyprus have received his Elizabeth Cross more than 60 years after his death.
Campaigners have released a new report which they claim highlights the shortfalls of the A96 dualling project.
An Aberdeen teacher has been recognised for her work in promoting sustainable cotton school uniforms.
The head of Aberdeen Science Centre has revealed the building will reopen in June, following a huge revamp which will create "a massive wow factor".
Police are appealing for information over two assaults in Aberdeen which left men seriously injured.
Traffic lights could be installed at an Aberdeen junction which has been blighted by accidents since it opened a year ago.
Person treated for slight smoke inhalation following kitchen fire in Aberdeen.
It promises to be one of the most evocative exhibitions being shown in the north east of Scotland this year.
Police in Aberdeen are renewing appeals for information over two incidents which left men with serious injuries in the city earlier this month.
An Aberdeen company has teamed up with a European curling champion to raise awareness of prostate cancer.
Councillors have backed plans to send 20 childcare workers on a fact-finding mission to Germany.
Woman travels 12,000 miles to donate towards restoration of historic Aberdeen building where parents were married
A woman has made a poignant 12,000-mile journey to donate money towards the repair of the historic building where her parents were married.
A special commemoration will be held in Aberdeen this month to honour the Granite City men who fought in the Spanish civil war.
Parents will be consulted on plans to rezone schools to ensure that there is enough space for children moving into a new 7,000 home development in Aberdeen.
The organisers of a north-east street art festival have issued a call for walls as they look for new canvases to turn into masterpieces.
An influential north-east business body has said members are divided over the proposed devolution of business rates to local councils.
Plans to create a new care home in the west of Aberdeen and 30 affordable houses in Kingswells face being knocked back by councillors.
A 34-year-old man has admitted fitting cameras in the staff changing rooms of an Aberdeen bar to secretly film a woman.
A vet has told the trial of an Aberdeenshire farmer that a calf, put down as it was so weak after weeks of neglect, might have been much younger than first believed.
A father was left without any sense of smell and taste after almost being killed by a teenager in Aberdeen city centre.
While Extinction Rebellion campaigners gathered outside Shell, their famed Red Rebel Brigade took a different approach to the demonstration.
Emergency services have been called to a three-vehicle collision on an Aberdeen road.
Police have confirmed that the body of a woman has been recovered from the River Don, in the Dyce area of Aberdeen.
Scottish SPCA issue warning to dog owners after peanut butter laced with broken glass found in Aberdeen
The Scottish SPCA has warned dog owners in the north-east to be vigilant after peanut butter laced with broken glass was found in Aberdeen.
Members of the Extinction Rebellion activist group have “blockaded” Shell’s regional headquarters in Aberdeen.