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Police Scotland received more than 10 “revenge porn” complaints a week in the first year of tough new legislation coming in to force - but over half of these were dropped.
A man hopes a reunion group will be set up for the former residents of a street where homes are being demolished as part of the new £40 million Haudagain link road.
Shell will make a decision by the end of the year on whether to change its offshore rotas, amid concerns about their effects on mental health.
Aberdeen food banks are crying out for public donations during the summer holidays because of unprecedented demand from families who rely on free school meals during term time.
A Royal Navy warship has returned to Aberdeen for the first time in nearly three years.
A charity hosted a special event yesterday to brighten up the weekend of dozens of north-east pensioners.
The plummeting number of public toilets in Scotland could leave people unwilling to leave the house for fear of being “caught short”.
Bosses at crisis-hit Robert Gordon University have rejected calls for an inquiry into their appointment of a new principal.
Shell hopes to still be operating in the North Sea for another 50 years, despite other firms moving out of the region.
An amber "be alert" flood warning has been issued for parts of the north-east.
Aberdeen University's favourite feline, Buttons, has been voted one of Europe's cutest cats in an international ranking of campus animals.
Aberdeen police are appealing for information following an indecent assault in the George Street area during the early hours of yesterday morning.
A north-east road was temporarily closed after a one vehicle crash.
Aberdeen boxer Lee McAllister has lodged a bid for a disused north-east school as part of his grand plans to build a £10 million health and sports complex.
Dozens of gleaming sports cars and super cars will roar across one of Scotland’s most scenic routes next week to help bring a new air ambulance to the north-east.
Council chiefs must reveal the “true cost” of the ambitious multi-million pound redevelopment of Aberdeen’s art gallery, a city MSP has demanded.
Dozens of Aberdeen residents have submitted claims against the city council for tripping on pavements over the past year - but no compensation has been paid out.
A World War II museum in the Highlands and a former bowling club in Aberdeen are among the beneficiaries of nearly £2 million of financial support from the Scottish Land Fund.
A biker’s “priceless” pride and joy has been stolen in broad daylight from a busy Aberdeen industrial estate.
An Aberdeenshire town’s long-awaited new health complex will finally open later this month.
A tourist who had a cardiac arrest while enjoying a dream cruise off the coast of Aberdeen has given a heartfelt thanks to the coastguards who saved his life.
The chairman of crisis-hit Robert Gordon University has admitted that the board did not follow “normal custom and practice” in the way it appointed its new principal.
Emergency services were in attendance at a two-vehicle crash at a busy Aberdeen roundabout.
The Robert Gordon University’s new principal was immediately thrust into the centre of a fresh row last night after a leading trade union branded his appointment an example of “jobs for the boys”.
Thousands of people will be invited to party on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) next month in what may be a hint the project is nearing completion.
A popular steak restaurant in an Aberdeenshire town has closed down suddenly.
North-east man drives two days after being banned – because he thought disqualification would not have been processed
A north-east man jumped behind the wheel of his mother’s car two days after being banned from the roads - in the mistaken belief the disqualification would not have been processed.
Union bosses say they have received an apology from the city council after allegedly not being informed asbestos had been removed from an Aberdeen secondary school.
A busy Aberdeen street has been brightened up by a local artist as part of a new scheme.
An Aberdeen bakery has been forced to close temporarily after its home was damaged by fire.
Union bosses claim that city bus services are under threat after a flurry of resignations following a row over pay earlier this year.
A lost Arctic seal has washed up dead in Aberdeenshire, hundreds of miles away from its home – the second of its kind to be found on the Scottish coastline this year.