An amateur football match in Aberdeen was abandoned at the weekend amidst allegations that at least one player was racially abused.
Fascinating characters contained in Aberdeen’s medieval Burgh Records could inspire video gaming industry
Gamers from across the world could soon be experiencing life in medieval Aberdeen.
A landmark discovery by north-east researchers has linked air pollution with harm to babies during pregnancy.
Archaeological dig at north-east Pictish fort unearths huge section of wall still standing after 1,000 years
The walls of a Pictish place of power have been unearthed from the soil of the north-east.
A promising engineering student has died aged just 22 after having an epileptic seizure.
One of Aberdeen University's former scientific luminaries is at the heart of a new photography exhibition in Edinburgh.
Aberdeen University has revoked the Sultan of Brunei's honorary degree over his country's controversial new laws that include punishing gay sex and adultery by stoning offenders to death.
A “significant” percentage of women are opting out of the offshore energy sector in Aberdeen, despite an industry push to boost numbers.
An anti-abortion group has filed a lawsuit against Aberdeen University and its student association, after it was refused permission to start a society around its members’ beliefs.
A north-east student who whose university studies were thrown into chaos when his laptop - containing his dissertation - was stolen has been granted an extension.
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Following calls for Aberdeen University to revoke its honorary degree from the Sultan of Brunei, another organisation is considering a similar action.
An Aberdeen University graduate is travelling through some of the world's most dangerous war zones to deliver food to starving people.
More than 1,000 dinosaur enthusiasts are being treated to a sold-out, hit stage show which airs at Aberdeen University this weekend.
University chiefs have recommended stripping a now-controversial honorary degree from a world leader who has passed new laws punishing homosexuals with death by stoning.
A pod of Moray Firth dolphins have been sighted more than 400 miles south, off the coast of Yorkshire – the furthest they have ever been recorded as travelling.
Aberdeen University is expected to decide on whether it will revoke an honourary degree awarded to the Sultan of Brunei next week.
Calls for Aberdeen University to strip Sultan of Brunei of honour over ‘homophobic’ death penalty row
Students and lecturers are demanding that Aberdeen University "immediately" strip the Sultan of Brunei of his honorary degree after he introduced a new law punishing homosexuals by stoning them to death.
A north-east student has issued a desperate appeal after his laptop with his entire dissertation saved on it was stolen.
A generous north-east lecturer has left £80,000 to a raft of charities close to his heart.
Aberdeen University has reclaimed top honours in the city after beating rivals Robert Gordon University in the annual boat race.
Pharmaceutical firms are lining up to partner an Aberdeen University life sciences team working on new antibodies that could save millions of lives.
Scientists in Aberdeen believe they have discovered a medication “game-changer” which could save thousands of lives and ease health budgets by millions.
Researchers at Aberdeen University will lead a new linguistic survey of Scots - the first such work carried out in about 70 years.
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.
Aberdeen University has received a commendation for supporting its increasingly-diverse student population.
Designs based on famous faces, paintings, nature and pastimes have been picked to line Scotland’s streets for the country’s largest ever public art trail.
A north-east geologist has been honoured for more than four decades of work in China.
Aberdeen University has referred a number of medical students to a ‘fitness to practice’ watchdog after their boozy antics ruined a couple’s wedding reception.
Aberdeen University researchers have claimed the use of disinfectants to clean hospitals and prevent the spread of infectious diseases should be regulated in a similar manner to how antibiotics are prescribed.
A police investigation is underway after a doctor was found dead in a north-east operating theatre.
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