The most popular — and the most unusual — names given to babies in Scotland in 2018 have been revealed.
Aberdeen are weighing up a summer move for Livingston midfielder Scott Pittman.
An Aberdeenshire father-of-four will brave the dangers of the Atlantic Ocean as he aims to become the first person to complete a row across the water in a boat he made himself.
An Aberdeen man has admitted threatening to cut his fiancee's finger off if she did not hand over her engagement ring.
A north-east MP has criticised an Aberdeen University student body’s motion to boycott Israeli products- saying it will have a “severe impact” on the institution.
Pupils at a new multi-million-pound Aberdeen secondary school are to be quizzed about whether they would like segregated toilets - following concerns about the unisex facilities.
Aberdeen need to come back from the international break more alert to potential slip-ups.
A drink-driver has been banned from the roads after he was caught almost five times the limit with empty cans of beer in his car.
As a scientist, people are always asking me questions such as “Where do neutrinos come from?”, “How does gravity work?” and “Which colour bin does my cardboard go in?”
Proposals to erect a 40-ft steel pole near an Aberdeen conservation area will be debated by councillors this week.
Aberdeen council bosses have spent more than £23,000 to help just four senior civil servants work in the city in the last three years.
Senior staff at cash-strapped Aberdeen City Council have spent nearly £200,000 on credit cards in the past three years.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes doubts defender Scott McKenna will be fit for Scotland’s game with Kazakhstan on Thursday.
A Scottish charity is calling for action after new figures revealed a spike in the number of visually impaired secondary school pupils.
Scores of serving and former police officers and staff gathered at an Aberdeen church at the weekend to honour more than 100 fallen comrades from the force.
Residents of a quiet Aberdeen street have described their shock after a fatal house fire.
Members of the public are being asked to stay vigilant following a sickening series of attacks on wild animals in Aberdeen.
An excellent week for Aberdeen ended on a disappointing note as their poor run of form at Pittodrie continued against Livingston.
Aberdeen have now won just one of their last nine games at Pittodrie after a 1-1 draw with Livingston.
A 53-year-old man has died following a house fire in Aberdeen.
Police in the north-east are appealing for information after two cars were stolen.
NHS Grampian has warned people not to fall for a scam that informs them a former partner has a sexually transmitted disease.
A group dedicated to preserving memories of Aberdeen’s past for future generations will have its first meeting next month.
Members of the public are being urged to share their views about the redevelopment of a main Aberdeen thoroughfare to help shape future council policy.
Long-awaited maintenance work on a popular Aberdeen green space has been delayed- because council chiefs have come up with new plans for the site.
An historic set of religious garments worn by the brother of Jacobite legend Bonnie Prince Charlie are to be displayed in the north-east.
A slew of restaurants, hotels and tourist attractions that celebrate all the very best the north-east and north of Scotland have to offer have received coveted awards at a ceremony in Edinburgh.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost Barney Crockett has spoken at a high-level conference in the United States, rubbing shoulders with the likes of the crown princess of Denmark and the American secretary of state.
A dad yesterday blasted the justice system for "failing" his young son after a man was cleared of leaving him seriously injured in a moped collision.
Jim Stewart is a familiar sight in the Mastrick area of Aberdeen, striding with purpose across the road as his young charges wait eagerly on the pavement.
Aberdeen winger Gary Mackay-Steven is facing a race against time to make next month’s Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has called for consistency when it comes to eradicating sectarianism from Scottish football.