Fiona Drouet appreciates nothing will ever bring her daughter back.
Dave Edwards analyses this week’s Big Game.
Post-game interviews from this week’s Big Game between Deveronvale and Aberdeen University.
The mother of a teenage student, who committed suicide after being abused by her boyfriend, yesterday told of her disgust after he partied at a ball attended by her friends.
Teenagers were left in tears at a student ball last night after a young man who abused his girlfriend – who later committed suicide – joined the party.
P&J reporter Dave Edwards presents the full highlights from this week’s Big Game.
An Aberdeen university academic has shed new light on the north-east’s role developing the pioneering technique used to treat war poet Wilfred Owen in hospital.
Efforts to fund a £150million hospital and make the north-east a global leader in women’s healthcare have advanced all the way to New York City.
Staff at the north-east’s two universities have been reassured following an MP’s attempt to gain information on lecturers teaching students about Brexit.
Campaigners fear cases of sexual harassment and sex attacks on campus are being under-reported as figures reveal only a handful of cases are being recorded.
Thousands lined the streets of Aberdeen city centre on Saturday to welcome the much-anticipated return of the annual Torcher Parade.
Cancer patients in rural areas receive quicker treatment but more likely to die within a year – study
Cancer patients who live further away from hospitals are likely to be treated more quickly - but die sooner, north-east academics have discovered.
The principal of Aberdeen University has been criticised for pocketing a pay rise, just months after warning of job cuts in order to save millions of pounds.
An Aberdeen University graduate who was teaching a class during Tuesday’s earthquake in Mexico City said the devastation throughout his homeland has been “absolutely horrific”.
An Aberdeen University academic has followed in the footsteps of some of Scotland’s most celebrated figures as the president of the country’s foremost scientific body.
Police will ramp up city centre patrols in an effort to keep thousands of celebrating students safe during freshers’ week.
Life sciences firm 4D Pharma said yesterday it was progressing towards a second phase of clinical trials for a potentially breakthrough treatment for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
The public is being given the rare chance to name one of the north-east’s resident dolphins.
The boyfriend of an Aberdeen University student who took her own life after weeks of his abuse has been thrown off his course.
As all the best people do, they starred in the Press and Journal on their wedding day.
A row has broke out over two students’ plan to open a pub on the grounds of Aberdeen University.
Scientists have called for tougher laws to stop women being forced to wear high heels at work.
Common wisdom has long held it to be the most important meal of the day.
An Aberdeen university lecturer who has experienced depression has spoken out against a recent BBC Panorama episode that investigated mental health.
Property investors are being offered a “rare opportunity” to back what is being billed as one of the last remaining student accommodation developments next to Aberdeen University’s main campus.
Aberdeen University law lecturer Malcolm Combe takes the view that every student who graduates is another success story to be celebrated.
In the days leading up to Emily Drouet's move up to Aberdeen to start university, her parents took her on a big shopping trip - filling up two cars with items to help her feel at home in a new city.
An Aberdeen university professor who searched the ocean depths for life-saving bacteria has created a guide for the United Nations which explains how underwater biological resources can be used to develop antibiotics.
The boyfriend of an Aberdeen University student who took her own life following weeks of his abuse has been spared jail.
A new initiative has been launched to ease a classroom crisis - part-time courses for would-be teachers.
The final link in a chain of resplendent sculptures, stretching from the north-east to the northern isles, has been unveiled.
Researchers at Aberdeen University are to investigate if a breathing test could help prevent asthma attacks in children.