An Aberdeen rugby club will host a special fundraising beer festival this weekend as part of efforts to counteract the economic challenges brought on by the downturn in the north-east oil and gas industry.
The National Trust for Scotland has opened a hidden door into Scotland’s past, after a 400-year-old relic was discovered by a volunteer at an Aberdeenshire castle.
A tin full of donations for a children’s charity has been stolen from an Aberdeenshire garden centre in a “despicable” act.
An additional decade will be afforded to developers seeking to transform a 19th-century seminary in Aberdeenshire into homes and a hotel.
Queen’s Birthday Honours: Former Aberdeen Asset Management chairman made MBE for services to the community
The former head of Aberdeen Asset Management said he is “very, very chuffed” to be made an MBE for his services to the Aberdeenshire community.
A man has been charged following the recovery of chemicals from a property on King Street in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeenshire hotel that closed its doors last year could be brought back into use - and into the 21st century.
Classic cars worth thousands of pounds have been destroyed in a fire at a north-east farm.
The SNP has accused members of the House of Lords of “guzzling champagne at the taxpayer’s expense”, after the party’s researchers revealed an increase in how much of the luxury booze is sold in the institution.
Conservationists have pulled an entire snowman’s worth of an invasive plant from a north-east riverbank.
Scottish Government overrules local democracy on planning decisions more frequently in Aberdeenshire than any other region
The Scottish Government has overruled Aberdeenshire councillors on more planning decisions than any other local authority in the country.
A notorious stretch of an Aberdeenshire road where eight accidents took place over a seven year period will be reduced to 40mph to help improve safety.
A 69-year-old man has died following a two-vehicle collision on a major north-east road.
A group hoping to take over a 500-year-old Mearns mill and reopen it as a visitor centre have won the backing of planners.
Planners have once again recommended refusal for controversial plans to legitimise a traveller’s site in southern Aberdeenshire.
Dementia ward at Cornhill to be moved upstairs from ground floor, prompting stimulation concerns for patients
Dementia patients at an Aberdeen hospital will be moved from the ground floor to an upstairs ward, prompting concerns they could lose out on important stimulation from the great outdoors.
A ceremony was held on Bennachie yesterday to mark the 80th anniversary of a biplane crashing into the side of the Aberdeenshire hillside, killing two RAF airmen.
A group of girls from an Aberdeenshire academy have returned from a trip to London, where they were invited to speak about their school project on knife crime.
Patients have been faced with journeys of more than an hour to get to hospital after a direct bus service to an Aberdeen community was scrapped.
A doctor has been suspended after a tribunal found she had committed a series of infractions by “pulling on the heartstrings” of an elderly patient to receive cash worth nearly £200,000.
A teenage girl has gone missing from her home in Aberdeen.
A spectacular night-time run through ancient Caledonian forests in the Cairngorms National Park will return for its fifth year this October.
The man behind a festival of facial hair has joined forces with a charity for sick children to help grow its beard-based fundraiser.
A charitable trust set up to restore a dilapidated north-east country mansion to its former glory will host an open day this weekend to show the public the fruits of their labour.
The Duke of Rothesay has backed efforts to restore a famous Deeside bridge all but destroyed by storms four years ago.
Motorists have been told to expect delays due to upcoming work on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road.
Councillors are today expected to approve plans for a “glamping” site at the foot of Scolty Hill near Banchory.
A man who strangled a 20-year-old woman to death during a sex act handed himself into police and told officers “I’ve done something horrible, I’ve killed someone” hours after she died.
The family of a father who was stabbed to death by his best friend have said his killer should have been locked up for life.
North-east Tories accuse SNP of hoarding £450 million for ‘independence slush fund’ while councils can’t afford to cut grass
Conservative politicians have accused the Scottish Government of deliberately under-spending its budget by almost £450 million to create an "Independence slush fund" - while north-east councils "can't afford to cut the grass”.
A dozen council projects across Aberdeen have cost the city almost £100 million more than originally planned, according to the council’s former depute leader.
Two men have admitted threatening staff as they staged masked raids on Aberdeen bookies last year.