The baby meerkats in the Pets’ Corner in Hazlehead Park have been named after the two rivers in Aberdeen.
The city council has ruled out erecting a new building to replace an overcrowded primary school.
A road connected to the Aberdeen bypass scheme will be temporarily closed from today.
A 344-year-old plaque from Aberdeen’s historic Provost Skene's House which was left propped up against a wall during reconstruction work has once again been given pride of place.
An OAP stalker has been barred from approaching a north-east hotel after he appeared naked beside the landlord’s bed as she slept.
Aberdeen's plans for a new football stadium are to go back out to public consultation.
Aberdeen's plans for a new stadium are to go back out to public consultation.
The number of people living outside of Scotland buying expensive homes in the north-east has almost doubled, new figures have shown.
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.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes admits he felt for Graeme Shinnie after he missed out on a Scotland debut at Pittodrie.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson has warned it could take 10 years for Project Brave to come to fruition.
Anchors will be aweigh across the north of Scotland next week at the climax of a year-long campaign to raise cash for a north-east cancer charity.
A 51-year-old man has been charged after detectives seized Class A drugs worth an estimated £170,000 in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen squandered the chance to remain within a point of Celtic on their last outing before the international break but winger Greg Stewart remains confident his side can close the gap on the Scottish Premiership leaders.
Council chiefs have accused a contractor of leaving a key piece of the city’s history “lying around” after a 344-year-old plaque from Aberdeen’s oldest surviving house was left propped up against a wall.
Dieting may help reduce early deaths among obese patients, a new study has found.
Four teenagers have been charged over a fire at a disused school in Aberdeen.
Would-be thieves could have put lives at risk by damaging the lock of a lifeboat during a failed break-in attempt.
Pedestrians and motorists are being urged to take extra care on the roads after a number of serious incidents in recent weeks.
Four dedicated north-east volunteers have been rewarded for their stalwart efforts with British Empire Medals.
More than 11,000 tonnes of salt has been stockpiled as the city council prepares to keep roads clear for a severe winter.
Aberdeen council chiefs have started a hearts and minds campaign to win round staff to the “council of the future” model as the authority looks to slash £125million from its budget in the next five years.
An Aberdeen man has been banned from owning pets for three years after kicking his dog in the nether regions.
Two men are facing life imprisonment after being found guilty of the “brutal, senseless” murder of their housemate in Aberdeen city centre.
Police are urging businesses to be vigilant after at least 13 charity collections were stolen in a succession of thefts across the north-east.
Kenny McLean insists he is focused on achieving more with Aberdeen before leaving the club next year.
Council education chiefs are recommending that an Aberdeen Catholic school is moved from its long-term home to a new site.
A jury has retired to consider its verdict in the trial of two men accused of killing their former housemate in a property in Aberdeen city centre.
Businesses faced closure and councillors were “misled” by the “disastrous” rollout of new bins in Aberdeen, the council’s infrastructure committee heard yesterday.
A man has appeared in court after drugs worth £40,000 were recovered in Aberdeen city centre.
Aberdeen councillors have voted to allow taxis to use a controversial city bus gate - and to consider reducing the speed limit there to 20mph.
A lawyer representing a man accused of murder in Aberdeen city centre has claimed his client has no history of violence - unlike his co-accused.