A medical student has started a fundraising campaign help blind and deaf people.
An amateur footballer has gone on trial accused of hurling racist abuse at an opposition player during a match.
Aberdeen researcher uncovers evidence showing top Nazi tried to blow the whistle – but was rebuffed at every turn
A north-east researcher has uncovered a “wealth” of evidence showing that Hitler’s personal adjutant had been trying to blow the whistle on the Nazis.
Levels of air pollution on several Aberdeen streets are still "dangerously" high despite the opening of the AWPR reducing traffic in the city.
A record-breaking explorer will talk about her solo ski from the coast of Antarctica to the South Polo next month.
The Princess Royal has received an honorary degree for a lifetime of charity work - from her sister-in-law, the Duchess of Rothesay.
It was thought to be a "boring" period in Earth's development -lasting around a billion years.
A trainee surgeon who studied in Aberdeen has died in a skiing accident while on a family holiday overseas.
It's a turf job, but somebody's got to do it.
Police appeal after driver shouted ‘deeply offensive phrase’ during road rage incident near Aberdeen University
Police are trying to trace a driver who allegedly shouted a "deeply offensive phrase" during a suspected road rage incident.
How medicine student from Skye juggles full-time study with being a double volunteer as an RNLI crew member
For some people, one emergency pager just isn’t enough.
A group of unsung heroes are helping the next generation of doctors refine their medical skills - and improve their bedside manner - by volunteering their time as pretend patients.
Aberdeen scientists looking at how cancers spread through the body have hailed a new piece of equipment keeping their work at the cutting edge.
New Year Honours: Jacquelynn Craw is recognised for work taking her from barrels of Brent crude to ballet
Having used her business expertise to help organisations in the arts and education sectors, Jacquelynn Craw said she was “totally delighted” to be made an MBE.
Aberdeen University will celebrate its 525th birthday in 2020 and has set out a radical strategy which will help shape its development for the next two decades.
Aberdeen’s elite student rowers are gearing up for the return of a popular annual boat road.
The next generation of MRI scanning technology is being developed in the Granite City after a £600,000 donation from a charity founded by a family with long links to Aberdeen University.
An Aberdeen University careers adviser has committed herself to running 12 marathons in as many months to raise money for a north-east neonatal unit.
Aberdeen University gives special honours to Princess Royal, Janet Darbyshire and Denis Law Legacy Trust
The Duchess of Rothesay will present an honorary degree to her sister-in-law, the Princess Royal, next month.
A project conceived by an Aberdeen University academic to remove rubbish from the sea has made it to the semi-finals of a national entrepreneurial programme.
A probe into a six-figure payment to the former principal of Aberdeen University is expected to publish its findings next month.
Shane Strachan provides a Doric twist on the Grinch who stole Christmas for Aberdeen University event
It is one of the world's most famous festive works of literature.
Scientists at Aberdeen University have made progress in using medical cannabis to treat illnesses.
A £50million plan to transform Aberdeen University’s historic has taken a major step forward after being backed by its governors.
A UK charity leading pioneering research against sight loss and eye disease is funding two Aberdeen scientists to tackle a rare eye condition.
They were the selfies of the Victorian era; and even now, more than 150 years later, their appeal has endured.
An Aberdeen student is appealing to the north-east public to help her land a place on a polar dog-sledging expedition.
The red squirrel is making a comeback to Aberdeen after being outrun by their grey counterparts.
Around 160 guests enjoyed an evening of raffles, dinner and dancing as more than £1,200 was raised for Amnesty International in Aberdeen.
A group of students are taking on an ambitious project of producing a post-apocalyptic film shot entirely in Aberdeenshire.
Staff at Aberdeen University have started eight days of strike action amid rows over pensions, pay and working conditions.
Craig Stanford has been working as an archaeologist on one of Scotland's most remote places for the last three years.