New research has shown that pupils in north and north-east state secondaries are missing out on the range of subjects offered to their counterparts in Scotland’s private schools.
A host of north-east community groups are sharing a £10,000 windfall as the result of a local housebuilder's annual bursary scheme.
A plaque honouring an eminent Aberdeen scientist could be erected in his home city - nine decades after he died.
Police have launched an appeal after a man was assaulted outside the Malmaison hotel in Aberdeen. The incident happened between midnight and 1.30am today. The condition of the 41-year-old male who was assaulted is unknown. Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses and in particular a woman who offered assistance to this man.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was delighted with his side’s return to winning ways in Saturday’s 1-0 Ladbrokes Premiership win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
A new lifeboat has been named in memory of 16 men who lost their lives in a helicopter tragedy a decade ago.
Steve Clarke insists Steven McLean should never referee a Kilmarnock game again after he sent off three Killie players in their 1-0 Ladbrokes Premiership defeat to Aberdeen at Rugby Park.
Scott McKenna was the Aberdeen goal hero as the Dons opened up a crucial three-point gap over Kilmarnock, who finished a fractious Ladbrokes Premiership encounter at Rugby Park with eight men.
An urgent new action plan has been developed in an effort to keep Aberdeen City Council’s “dedicated” European workforce amid mounting Brexit uncertainty.
Wildfires tore through the north and north-east of Scotland yesterday, with the fire service warning that blazes are likely to continue during the warm Easter weekend.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes and assistant Tony Docherty will both face Scottish Football Association disciplinary hearings over their Hampden dismissals.
Two women died after getting into difficulties while swimming in the sea at a city beach.
Councillors have approved controversial plans for three drive-through food and drink outlets on the edge of Aberdeen - against the recommendation of planning bosses.
Two women have died after being pulled from the sea following a major rescue operation off a city beach.
Two people have died after being pulled from the sea off Aberdeen beach.
A large relief sculpture has been created to mark links between Aberdeen and the Spanish Civil War.
Derek McInnes claims most coaches would love to lead their country but the Aberdeen boss refused to be drawn on his own aspirations in the wake of Alex McLeish’s sacking as Scotland manager.
A raft of terror prevention measures have been completed in Aberdeen- including blocking extremist websites on public internet services.
A dangerous driver has been banned from the roads for five years after colliding with a pedestrian leaving him injured.
Five new schools could be built to ease pressure on two fast-growing areas of Aberdeen.
More than £1.4 billion was invested in infrastructure projects across Scotland over the last year, official figures show.
Average house prices in Scotland have seen the first annual decrease for almost three years, according to new figures.
The University of Aberdeen has revoked the Sultan of Brunei’s honorary degree in protest against the introduction of severe anti-LGBT laws.
A Moray curry house has been crowned as the best in the north at an awards ceremony celebrating Indian cuisine.
Police have carried out patrols to clamp down on speeding and dangerous driving in parts of Aberdeen which have been plagued by problems.
Police in Merseyside and the north-east are working with increasing sophistication to tackle the depredations of organised criminal gangs.
Ryan Christie will undergo surgery this week after Celtic confirmed the Scotland midfielder suffered “multiple facial fractures” in his collision with Aberdeen’s Dom Ball.
The lure of the money to be made from association with organised criminal gangs can be too much for those whose lives have begun in poverty – or for those whose circumstances have changed.
Politicians have called for more land to be made available for gypsy/travellers as a new report said almost 140 north and north-east locations are used for unauthorised camps.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis admits he is baffled by the sectarian issue in Scottish football.
Kristoffer Ajer expects no respite as Celtic continue their treble treble quest after clinching a place in the William Hill Scottish Cup final.
A woman who spent years training guide dog puppies has received a fitting tribute following her death, with one of the helpful hounds named in her memory.