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Two north-east communities have bonded over the shared problem of a persistent and powerful pong.
A new mammoth offshore wind project has applied for Marine Scotland consent off the north-east coast of Scotland.
A football star has backed an asthma charity as it rolls out a huge education programme across the north-east.
A controversial business relationship that was at the heart of Robert Gordon University’s “cronyism” row has now been terminated.
Volunteers claim they have been unable to start work on a new skate park due to council red tape - three years after they were given planning consent.
A scandal-hit clan chief has been forced to leave his family’s 16th-century castle after it was repossessed by creditors.
She is renowned as Scotland’s Queen of Crime and has become internationally acclaimed for her noir-ish thrillers.
The Scottish Government has been condemned after admitting it does not know how many workers were helped back into employment through its energy jobs taskforce.
Aberdeen University has been named as the Scottish University of the Year after jumping up the rankings for the third year in a row.
Roads bosses are facing fresh calls to fill in potholes after a community complained about the craters plaguing a north-east coastal town.
An action plan is being drawn up to reduce the growing number of people in the north-east citing poor mental health as the cause for ending up homeless.
Campaigners battling to save iconic landmark from new A96 route meet with Scottish transport minister
Campaigners battling to protect one of the north-east’s most iconic landmarks have taken their fight back to Holyrood.
He’s one of the youngest people who can claim to be a chairman of the board in the north-east.
A hugely successful life-saving scheme aimed at reducing crashes on north-east roads has been spared the axe after businesses pledged £40,000 to secure its survival.
A teenage north-east rugby player has been placed on the sex offenders’ register after he admitted sending sexual messages to a schoolgirl on Facebook.
Police were called to a primary school in Aberdeenshire after a pupil reportedly threatened another child with a weapon.
He has constantly referenced his mother’s island roots.
Stonehaven residents still smarting from the loss of their bank branch have been told its place could be taken by the latest branch of a popular pizza.
Aberdeenshire Council will become the first authority in Scotland to formally discuss another Brexit referendum next week.
Aberdeen has come out tops in a list of the happiest and “most vibrant” places to live in Scotland.
An Inverurie father has died following an incident involving a roller door at a city car dealership.
The oldest surviving Victoria Cross recipient was among the guests of honour at a celebration of the RAF’s 100th year in Aberdeen.
A north-east tourist boss believes the opening of the new V&A museum in Dundee could lead to the creation of an “east coast arts scene” that will attract more visitors following a massive increase in cruise ship visitors.
A 33-year-old who was injured at an Aberdeen car dealership has died after an incident involving a roller door.
Police have cordoned off two city roads this afternoon after high winds destabilised the roof of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) building.
Education does not consist solely of academics – young people need a well-rounded school experience. And for any parents and carers of school-aged children trying to decide where will best suit their child, the annual Robert Gordon’s College Open Day is a must-attend.
Police are warning the public to be on their guard following reports of north-east residents being targeted by scams.
Dozens of youngsters had an ace time at a tennis lesson with a difference yesterday.
The family of a woman who has waited 12 years for a new bathroom have spoken of their despair after losing patience with a council’s “false promises.”
An inquiry into the “jobs for the boys” controversy at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen will get under way this week.
Campaigners fighting to keep a new road away from Bennachie will argue their case with the Scottish Government’s transport minister tomorrow.
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