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A charity which works with hundreds of people with learning difficulties and additional support needs throughout the north-east is seeking volunteers.
An internationally-acclaimed artist took a step back in time for inspiration for the upcoming Nuart festival by taking a look through the historic Aberdeen city archives.
A team of chefs from North East Scotland College have made it through to the final of a prestigious competition.
A special group of guests will be welcomed along to the World Junior Curling Championships in Aberdeen next month.
Opponents of a planned north-east incinerator have raised fears that waste will need to be brought in from abroad to power the plant.
Vandals have struck nearly 1,500 times at schools across Aberdeen over the last four years.
A north-east road has reopened following a crash involving six cars earlier today.
The latest stage of rail networks between Aberdeen and Inverness that include a 14 week line closure is to be carried out in May.
On-going construction to the AECC will force Dyce Drive to close for six weeks from Monday.
Aker Solutions has announced the appointment of its new Aberdeen-based UK country manager.
Aberdeen oilfield technology firm Plexus has sold two sets of wellhead equipment to its Russian partner for £1.4million.
A second male has been charged in connection with a theft at a north-east primary school last month.
Police are in attendance to a car collision involving six vehicles on the B979 outside Westhill.
Firefighters were called to an Aberdeen pub this morning.
Firefighters were called to a car fire in the early hours today in Aberdeen.
A green-fingered group has launched a bid to transform 16 acres of disused land into a haven for wildlife.
The snowy winter weather is expected to continue causing problems across the north and north-east throughout the week.
City centre business organisation, Aberdeen Inspired, has urged the Scottish Government to adopt the agent of change principle - which aims to protect live music venues.
Union bosses have warned strike action by bus drivers “is not far away", as ballots are posted out over a pay dispute.
A north-east man who brutally assaulted two women after trying to lift up one of their skirts has been ordered to carry out unpaid work.
Aberdeen council chiefs are preparing to hire eight civil servants - within hours of announcing hundreds of job cuts.
The woman behind a phenomenal first year of growth at an Aberdeen furniture and homeware boutique is preparing to move her business up another gear.
A giant dragon has paraded through the streets of Aberdeen as preparations for the Chinese New Year get underway.
A forensic pathologist has told a trial he knew within seconds of examining Brian McKandie’s body that the pensioner had been the victim of a “sustained” violent attack.
Patients are enduring longer stays in a city hospital after flooding caused major damage to its drug-dispensing robots.
Aberdeen City Libraries are hosting a unique murder mystery event to mark the end of the Central Library’s 125th anniversary celebrations.
The Silver Darling recently underwent a refurbishment and its opening week was made extra special when they were visited by a VIP guest.
Many people in the north and north-east woke up to a winter wonderland this morning after heavy snow in the region overnight.
Hospital patients are facing “unknown” waits for medication following major damage to backroom dispensing robots.
A man had to be taken to hospital after a “targeted attack” outside a supermarket in Aberdeen.
Three teenagers have been charged after dozens of windows were smashed at an Aberdeen school.
Fishing chiefs accuse Scottish Government of neglecting processing industry in face of business rates rises
Fishing chiefs have accused the Scottish Government of neglecting the north-east’s “declining” processing industry in the face of a massive business rates bill.