Police have seized £20,000 of cannabis at a railway station.
Derek Mackay revealed the business rates cap for north-east offices will be maintained in a budget that also saw the scrapping of the so-called Amazon tax.
It’s a very, very long way from Mars to Mull and Skye.
A “last minute” intervention by ScotRail corrected hundreds of “broken” rail journeys throughout the north of Scotland.
A slew of temporary road closures will be enforced this week as Transport Scotland officially opens the Craibstone to Stonehaven and Charleston section of the long-awaited Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.
A major section of the delayed Aberdeen bypass will open on Wednesday, officials have announced.
Groundbreaking healthcare research carried out in the Grampian region during the last year has been highlighted at a special event.
A social worker has been thrown out of the profession after he failed to protect a child
Aberdeen Music Hall will today throw open its doors to the public for the first time in almost three years.
We can today reveal the first look inside Aberdeen’s Music Hall after its £9 million transformation.
Former foreign secretary and arch-Brexiteer Boris Johnson has warned the EU will not stop until it has “worked out a way to plunder the waters of Scotland for their fish”.
The total cost of the constructing the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) will top £1 billion, contractors have confirmed to Holyrood.
An Aberdeen dad told to stay away from the holiday park where his son died has threatened to stage a protest there on December 25.
Kirstin Bell was delighted to receive her MSc International Tourism and Hospitality Management with distinction after playing a major role in the organisation of the ceremony itself.
Traffic chaos ensued yesterday evening after a multi-vehicle crash on the Aberdeen to Kingswells road.
A Shetland mum who balanced her studies in Aberdeen with flying to and from home to see her family has celebrated finally securing her degree.
Aberdeen City Council is to review taxpayer-funded travel and accommodation spending in the wake of revelations about hotel claims by its chief executive.
A university has pledged to double the number of full-time Scottish degree students it recruits from Scotland’s most deprived areas by next year.
More than £50,000 worth of heroin has been seized from a car in Aberdeen.
A Scottish make-up college is expanding into Aberdeen and creating 12 jobs as part of a £350,000 investment in the city.
Deloitte has appointed a new partner at its Aberdeen office as the firm continues to experience “significant growth” in the city.
A north-east mum has challenged herself to double the £20,000 she raised for charity in memory of her brother who died of cancer.
A copper dinosaur has been unveiled at Aberdeen’s Union Square shopping centre as part of a national broadband campaign.
As Aberdeen Performing Arts prepares to reopen the grand doors of the city’s Music Hall after a two-year, £9 million transformation, artists, musicians and performers are lining up to take to the stage.
A man killed his best friend by stabbing him 120 times just two days after being let out of a north-east psychiatric hospital - when doctors decided he was not ill enough to warrant treatment.
Life in agony: Most NHS Grampian patients not treated for chronic pain within 18-week government target
Hundreds of north-east patients in chronic pain are not being seen within the government’s 18-week target.
Boss Brendan Rodgers claimed the “footballing gods” were at play when Ryan Christie scored Celtic’s Betfred Cup final winner against Aberdeen at Hampden Park.
Hundreds of people are preparing to spend a night in the park to get an insight into the plight of homeless people.
A famed anthropologist, who has investigated everything from ancient burials to modern acts of genocide, has won the coveted Saltire Book Award.
A 44-year-old man has been charged with "culpable and reckless" conduct said to have taken place during an Aberdeen football match.
Cup final fever has swept the north-east with legions of Dons fans travelling from throughout the world to be at Hampden tomorrow.
Ron Cluny, Aberdeen Council Spokesman