Residents of three rural Aberdeenshire villages met last night to voice their concerns about the proposed routes for new dual carriageway being planned by Transport Scotland. Read More
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Passengers have been frustrated by a reduced rail service between Aberdeen and Stonehaven one week on from a derailment which caused days of disruption in the north-east.
A man has confessed to carrying out a brutal attack and robbery outside a supermarket in Aberdeen city centre in the early hours of the morning.
Aberdeen Airport had a royal arrival as the Duchess of Rothesay officially unveiled a new departure lounge, a year after she cut the ribbon on the terminal extension.
A north-east woman has been jailed for defrauding a relative she was supposed to be caring for out of more than £7,000.
A man has been banned from the roads after getting behind the wheel nearly six times over the drink driving limit on a dual carriageway.
ScotRail has been urged to provide more trains for Dons supporters travelling to an upcoming cup tie - after the network suggested they avoid the railway because it might be too busy.
Concerns have been raised for the safety of night-time workers and revellers with the removal of several late bus services throughout the city.
Motorists are facing delays after a crash between a lorry and a car at an Aberdeen roundabout this evening.
Police are searching for thieves responsible for taking £2,000 worth of tools from a van in an Aberdeenshire town.
Supporters travelling to the Betfred Scottish League Cup semi-finals at Hampden Park and BT Murrayfield Stadium are being advised to plan their journeys in advance.
A man has appeared in court accused of attempted murder after a “friendly gentleman” was attacked outside his home in Aberdeen.
Police are hunting for two masked robbers who robbed an Aberdeen bookmaker.
The organisers behind this year’s Aberdeen Comedy Festival have hailed it as “the best yet”.
Stories from Aberdeen’s African twin city will soon be published to mark the centenary of one of Scotland’s most influential writers, Dame Muriel Spark.
As the Cold War intensified in the 1980s, the Soviet Union drew up plans to throw its military forces against key opponents including the United States and the UK.
Thousands of people could at risk after new figures revealed that less than half of health workers get the flu jab.
A brave couple who described losing their newborn child as the “hardest” time of their lives have donated a vital piece of kit to support others in the same situation.
Power tools valued at more than £3,000 have been stolen from the Crown Street area of Aberdeen.
A man in his 60's sustained serious facial and head injuries following an alleged assault in the Deveron Road area of Aberdeen on Saturday.
A 34-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with an alleged attempted robbery in Aberdeen. The incident occurred at McColls on Hayton Road on October 6. The man is expected to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court today.
An Aberdeen-born amputee is hoping to do the north-east proud at a sports tournament that embodies the spirit of wounded ex-servicemen and women.
A family fun event which was cancelled by Aberdeen City Council at the last minute has cost the public purse more than £18,000.
A family podiatry business has teamed up with an Aberdeen charity to help homeless and vulnerable people in the city.
Guidance teachers and classroom assistants are being trained to become therapists as part of a trial scheme to ease a growing mental health crisis.
An Aberdeen councillor and RAF veteran has made an impassioned plea for citizens to pay greater attention to the mental health of servicemen and women.
Aberdeen City Council has donated £10,000 to Poppy Scotland to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War.
Aberdeen property experts have encouraged would-be buyers to “strike now” in claiming the city’s housing market is the most lucrative it has been for 25 years.
A north-east MSP has written to the Transport Minister seeking “clarity” on the Aberdeen bypass amid claims that work on sections of the route has been delayed by red tape.
An animal charity’s premises will be transformed after it was given a donation from an Aberdeen-based oil company.
Police were called to a two-car crash earlier today. The incident happened on Stoneywood Road shortly before 12.10pm. No one was injured in the crash, between a Fiat and Hyundai, but the road was blocked for a time. Emergency services have now left the scene.
A disgraced ex-police officer who accumulated a “sickening collection” of indecent images of children has been spared jail.
An Aberdeen MSP has called on the SPFL to show how they’ll avoid future scheduling conflicts, after both League Cup semi-finals were re-arranged last week.