Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne insists the club will do all it can to keep club captain Graeme Shinnie.
Top Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges has criticised Aberdeen City Council over the levels of dog mess on the streets - advising the authority that more refuse bins are required.
A 51-year-old man has been charged in connection with 13 separate alleged break-ins across Aberdeen – with some of the incidents dating back to the year 2000.
Police have thanked the public for their “overwhelming support” in the search for missing Aberdeen teenager Liam Smith as the major investigation into his disappearance enters its second month.
Brexit is becoming an issue that people increasingly want to scream about.
People recovering from drug addiction have come together to create their own Winter Wonderland scene - and celebrate the progress they have made over the past 12 months.
Aberdeen defender Mikey Devlin was sent to London yesterday for a second opinion on his foot injury.
A north-east teenager was one of the star attractions at a charity Christmas concert in Edinburgh last night.
A north-east man and woman have been charged after heroin and cocaine worth more than £2,000 was recovered in Aberdeen.
A former bank and disused university building both given a new lease of life as bustling social spots have been named winners of the Aberdeen Civic Society's 2018 awards.
A bitter debate on controversial welfare changes was heard at the city council’s final full meeting of the year.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna hopes to avoid repeat performance as he locks horns with Kenny Miller again
Scott McKenna hopes he has learned his lessons from a schooling by Kenny Miller last season.
Two men have appeared in court after numerous businesses in the north-east were targeted by thieves in the last two weeks.
Rail travellers across the north-east and Highlands faced a morning of travel chaos as more than 70 train services were cancelled.
Two men aged 27 and 44 have been charged in relation to a number of theft by housebreaking offences in the Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire areas during the last fortnight.
A man with links to the Aberdeen and Inverness areas has been reported missing in Edinburgh.
Plans to turn a former supermarket site in Aberdeen into a car dealership have taken a step forward.
It's not every day you get to perform with your favourite band, but for this Texas fan he got his wish.
Hefty investment during the downturn has paid off for Exceed as the Aberdeen-headquartered well management specialist returned to the black.
The Scottish Government has pledged to continue to “champion” North Sea oil and gas, despite “difficulties” posed by a growing focus on climate change.
The tills of shopping centres in the north and north-east were jingling yesterday as customers rushed to get last-minute Christmas gifts.
Commuter chaos as signalling faults at Perth have knock-on effect to Inverness and Aberdeen services.
Calls have been made to ensure the safety of people visiting a historic Aberdeen harbour after motorists have been spotted turning dangerously close to the water.
Sam Cosgrove cemented his place as the Aberdeen fans’ new cult hero with the match-winner against St Mirren.
A community group which has fought to promote and preserve the centre of Aberdeen is facing collapse unless it attracts new members.
A student body has accused university bosses of failing to acknowledge the “evidential magnitude” of problems with sexual harrassment and violence on campus.
Two universities have teamed up to address the shortage of home economics teachers across the north-east.
Aberdeen-based offshore services firm PD&MS has revealed it intends to increase its headcount by around 25% over the next year to support a series of recent contract wins.
After recently taking time out from comedy, including a short spell studying Spanish in Madrid, the Clydebank comedian Kevin Bridges is back touring and in Aberdeen with four sell-out shows.
Police attended a minor collision between two vehicles on the new AWPR today.
Sam Cosgrove netted for the second time this week to give Aberdeen a 2-1 win over St Mirren.
Worrying new figures have revealed there are more than 14 pupils for every Aberdeen teacher- the worst ratio since records began.