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Hillwalkers have relived their terrifying ordeals on Scotland’s mountains - including a climbing date that was so scary a woman briefly considered jumping off a peak instead of trying to climb down it.
Aberdeen’s property market ‘stable’ but still in ‘intensive care’ as latest average house prices revealed
New figures have shown that property values in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire have fallen compared to the rest of Scotland.
A new initiative to dispel stereotypes about nursing and prevent a future staffing crisis is being piloted in north-east primary schools.
A young boy has spoken out after he was subjected to a brutal assault on his way home from an Aberdeen school.
A developer has insisted planners should have no cause for concern that it will not live up to its obligation to build a play park for a new housing scheme.
A preliminary planning hearing on controversial plans to build more than 500 homes near Donald Trump's north-east golf course will take place next month.
Aberdeen restaurant boss subjected female colleague to brutal, ‘prolonged’ assault after being challenged for smoking
A former restaurant boss has been ordered to pay £5,000 in compensation to a female employee who he brutally assaulted after being challenged for smoking indoors.
A football fanatic is looking for suggestions for his second book - on non-league football fields throughout the north.
He survived the brutal Arctic convoys, was Firemaster of the Highlands and Islands Fire Brigade for nine years and introduced Highland games to Moscow.
Aberdeen’s crime writing festival is keeping its fans in suspense, with the line-up being kept a secret until this weekend.
The family of a pensioner found dead at Aberdeen Indoor Market two days after going missing have said they will not be able to grieve until they receive answers.
Shadows loom large over the crowd-pleasing new Rebus stage play, which began a run at His Majesty's Theatre before an appreciative Aberdeen audience last night.
As she celebrated her 100th birthday, Olive McEwan put her longevity down to abstaining from alcohol and smoking and staying active.
The controversial dualling of one of the north-east's major roads has been branded a "colossal waste of money" by a councillor.
It was a week like no other in recent memory for the people of Ballater.
A north-east castle is to fly the US flag for the first time as part of a new twinning agreement linking towns in two different countries.
A tough stance will be taken by planners to ensure a housing developer does not shirk its responsibility to build a play park.
A Deeside man bit a police officer on the shoulder as he attempted to avoid being arrested for assaulting his ex-partner.
Theresa May is today braced for a showdown with senior ministers over her Brexit divorce deal after negotiators secured a major breakthrough last night.
Developers behind a new substation have been urged to ensure the scheme does not increase the flooding risk in the area.
A construction boss has been banned from the road after getting behind the wheel more than double the drink-driving limit the morning after a night out.
A rare picture autographed by all four members of The Beatles will go under the hammer in the north-east tonight.
An Aberdeen University student has stumbled across a historic piece of war memorabilia.
An offshore worker recovering from cancer has been fined for behaving in a "threatening manner" towards his wife after returning home from an operation.
The public are being invited to help shape the future of two north-east hospitals.
A tearoom with a royal connection will raise a glass of fizz to mark the Duke of Rothesay's birthday tomorrow.
A north-east man has cycled round one of Europe’s largest lakes after turning his life around by losing weight.
The Scottish SPCA is celebrating its annual Staffie Awareness Week by encouraging members of the public to come along to meet dogs desperate for new homes.
The owner of a unique Aberdeen cafe has launched a crowdfunder to get hooked up to the National Grid.
A contractor has died in an accident involving a tractor - just five years after his brother died in a similar incident at the same farm.
A unique tapestry created by north-east women’s institute members in the 1940s has been discovered nearly a decade after it went missing.
A major Aberdeen road has been partially shut this evening following a crash involving a motorbike and two cars.