A guitar signed by dozens of Scotland’s biggest names will be auctioned off in Aberdeen to raise cash for charity.
An Aberdeen man who died at sea more than 80 years ago has received a poignant tribute from the grandson he never knew.
An honourary professor at Aberdeen University has been named as an “outstanding woman of Scotland” by an organisation which celebrates all that is best about the country.
An iconic Aberdeen office block once valued at about £5million has gone under the hammer for just £20,000.
The first of ScotRail’s multi-million pound fleet of “high-speed” trains broke down on its maiden voyage after an overzealous driver tooted its horn for too long.
Aberdeen’s beachfront took centre stage in a nationwide festival this weekend.
NHS Grampian is examining staff at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary for tuberculosis (TB) after a porter was diagnosed with the infectious disease.
A previously “run-down” sports centre has undergone a colourful makeover as part of a £250,000 improvement project.
A man has been charged after being caught behind wheel while allegedly four times the drink-drive limit.
A farmer has spoken of his devastation after one of his cows was found to have BSE.
Aberdeen has been confirmed as host for two major energy conferences, putting the North Sea on a “strong footing” to boost its share of work on international projects.
Archie Fraser, Gentleman of the Road
A convicted sex offender has had his sentence slashed after arguing that only one of the acts a jury found him guilty of was backed up by a second witness.
A man has been charged after allegedly driving at more than double the legal speed limit.
Calls have been made to install a pedestrian crossing outside a new supermarket in Aberdeen.
When director Matthew Bourne presented his all-male version of Swan Lake in 1995, it certainly ruffled a few feathers.
A man has admitted grabbing a teenager and trying to rob her in Aberdeen.
Farm leaders have been quick to reassure consumers of the safety of Scottish beef after a case of BSE was confirmed on an Aberdeenshire farm.
Aberdeen were yesterday forced to release an “embarrassing” statement urging fans to buy up more tickets for their match against Rangers next weekend after admitting tickets sales for the game had “fallen short of demand”.
Forecasters have warned that the first blast of snow this winter could hit the north and north-east of Scotland next week.
Developers have marked a “major milestone” in the creation of the new AECC by unveiling images which offer a glimpse inside.
North Sea firm i3 Energy has appointed acquisitions and divestitures adviser FirstEnergy Captial to assist with the company’s farm-out process for the Liberator development.
The roll-out of Universal Credit has contributed to a “startling” rise in the number of people seeking advice about rent arrears, according to new figures.
Police are hunting for two masked raiders who robbed a bookmaker yesterday and are keeping an “open mind” on whether it is linked to a “similar” hold-up in the city.
Passengers have been frustrated by a reduced rail service between Aberdeen and Stonehaven one week on from a derailment which caused days of disruption in the north-east.
A man has confessed to carrying out a brutal attack and robbery outside a supermarket in Aberdeen city centre in the early hours of the morning.
Nobody should be surprised by the news that First Bus is taking a scythe to its nightly bus services in Aberdeen.
A north-east woman has been jailed for defrauding a relative she was supposed to be caring for out of more than £7,000.
The pub industry in the north of Scotland could take a hit if beer duty is raised in the Autumn Budget as expected next week.
Woman has emotional visit to see north-east artist’s painting of her for the first time in more than 60 years
A woman had an emotional reunion with a painting of her and her brother created by a famous Scottish artist 63 years ago.
A man has been banned from the roads after getting behind the wheel nearly six times over the drink driving limit on a dual carriageway.
A man has appeared in court accused of attempted murder after a “friendly gentleman” was attacked outside his home in Aberdeen.