A former football chief who led his own team’s controversial stadium move has urged the Dons to take their campaign straight to the Scottish Government. Read More
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The campaign to spare an Aberdeen bank from closure has surged forward with a petition being formed calling on the UK Government to intervene.
Shoppers were evacuated from a supermarket for two hours yesterday over a bomb scare sparked by a child’s toy.
An animal charity has issued an appeal to find a new home for a "lovable" dog whose breed is putting people off her.
A former football chief who led his own team’s controversial stadium move has urged the Dons to take their campaign straight to the Scottish Government.
A nurse’s quest to ease the suffering of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) patients has been boosted by the legacy fund of a prominent campaigner.
An investigation has been launched after a large chunk of metal on an Aberdeenshire road resulted in a three vehicle crash.
An animal welfare charity is urging north-east residents who believe they have bought a pet from a puppy farm to come forward and share their story.
Police have confirmed that a 32-year-old woman has died, following reports of officers being called to an Aberdeen flat to deal with an "unexplained" death this morning.
PICTURE: Runaway pig caught by police after breaking free of its pen and heading down the A90 in Aberdeen
Police cornered a runaway pig at a petrol station in Aberdeen after it broke free of its pen and ran loose on the A90.
Police are in attendance at a flat in Aberdeen after being alerted to an "unexplained" death in the city this morning.
An Aberdeen supermarket was evacuated this morning following the discovery of a suspicious package.
A route for the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness dualling project which would avoid an Aberdeenshire landmark is now being considered following a vocal campaign to protect it.
Scotland’s only purpose-built neurological care centre is urging north-east companies, schools and individuals to help create its new extension – brick by brick.
Aberdeen council chiefs are laying the road to allow motorcyles to drive in city bus lanes - after nearly 20 years of campaigning by bikers.
Grieving families could soon have to pay hundreds of pounds more to bury their loved ones.
Dons stadium supporters and objectors clashed for the final time yesterday as a long-awaited decision on the multimillion pound project looms.
Scottish scientists who delved into the depths of the sea have discovered a spellbinding Lord of the Rings style landscape off the coast of Australia.
Bus drivers in Aberdeen could be balloted on industrial action within a matter of weeks after talks with unions broke down last night.
Prawn crackers in toilet lobby and pork skin air-drying on shed roof: What health officers found during north-east inspections revealed
A kilogram of pork skin stored on a shed roof and a mysterious “lump of meat” in a newsagent’s freezer are among the items north-east health officers have found during inspections this year.
A pensioner who was almost tricked by fraudsters into buying iTunes vouchers to pay off fake debt was saved from losing hundreds of pounds thanks to a quick-thinking shop manager.
A once-popular Aberdeen seaside entertainment venue has closed its doors after nearly 20 years of trading.
Cannabis with a 'street' value of more than £6,500 has been seized during an intelligence-led operation at a property in Old Aberdeen.
Today marks 'Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day' and we are asking the people of Aberdeen if they have ditched their resolutions.
Supporters and objectors of Aberdeen FC’s Kingsford plans made their case at a pre-determination hearing today. Follow our live blog below:
An ambitious heritage project for a medieval mound of earth in Aberdeen has been suspended - after it emerged council officers had not found out who owned an historic wall.
A police dog handler has been reported to the Crown Office in connection with a crash that resulted in the death of his beloved Labrador.
Residents of the north-east are being asked to give their views on transport issues in and around the region as work.
Residents are being asked to piece together the past of a vintage motorbike - which was the only one of its kind to be sold in Aberdeen - before it sells at auction.
Council chiefs will ask for millions of pounds from the Scottish Government to pay for the relocation of tenants from Aberdeen’s Middlefield triangle area.
A group of Aberdeen rail enthusiasts have received a funding boost to cover urgent repairs to a 19th century engine shed.
A primary school pupil was rushed to hospital after a large chunk of a playground mural collapsed on top of him.
Council chiefs will urge both UK and Scottish governments to put a new multi-million pound bridge over the River Dee at the heart of any new city deal.