North-east air links have suffered a massive blow after German flagship carrier Lufthansa axed its flights from Aberdeen to Frankurt.
An Aberdeen band will perform at one of Glasgow’s most famous venues after reaching the finals of a nationwide music competition.
Shoppers were evacuated from a supermarket for two hours yesterday over a bomb scare sparked by a child’s toy.
A nurse’s quest to ease the suffering of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) patients has been boosted by the legacy fund of a prominent campaigner.
North-east artist Shelagh Swanson is about to transform her local restaurant with special commissioned work as part of its refurbishment.
Greg Stewart does not want to look back at the end of his career and regret not winning a trophy.
Helping business to scale up to the next level is key for growing Scotland’s economy and creating jobs, one of the north-east’s top entrepreneurs said yesterday.
Aberdeen council chiefs are laying the road to allow motorcyles to drive in city bus lanes - after nearly 20 years of campaigning by bikers.
As Fraserburgh prepare for their David versus Goliath Scottish Cup tie against Rangers, relive 10 of the biggest shocks in the competition’s history
As the big boys of Scottish football enter the cup, there are several plucky underdogs who will fancy making a name for themselves this weekend.
Dons stadium supporters and objectors clashed for the final time yesterday as a long-awaited decision on the multimillion pound project looms.
A pensioner who was almost tricked by fraudsters into buying iTunes vouchers to pay off fake debt was saved from losing hundreds of pounds thanks to a quick-thinking shop manager.
A once-popular Aberdeen seaside entertainment venue has closed its doors after nearly 20 years of trading.
New figures out today show how north-east food and drink firms are helping to repair some of the economic carnage caused by the recent downturn in the oil and gas industry.
An ambitious heritage project for a medieval mound of earth in Aberdeen has been suspended - after it emerged council officers had not found out who owned an historic wall.
Residents are being asked to piece together the past of a vintage motorbike - which was the only one of its kind to be sold in Aberdeen - before it sells at auction.
Council chiefs will ask for millions of pounds from the Scottish Government to pay for the relocation of tenants from Aberdeen’s Middlefield triangle area.
Council chiefs will urge both UK and Scottish governments to put a new multi-million pound bridge over the River Dee at the heart of any new city deal.
An Aberdeenshire rotarian who has spent the past 30 years fundraising for his local club has finally scooped a top prize himself.
Nick Nairn Attack: Court hears man lashed out over celebrity chef’s “obnoxious and aggressive behaviour” towards partner
An oil worker who assaulted celebrity chef Nick Nairn in Aberdeen city centre has been fined.
Finance secretary Derek Mackay has insisted the Scottish Government treats local government “very fairly” as he was grilled by MSPs in Aberdeen yesterday.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists Scott McKenna will not be sold this month following two bids from Hull.
A charity set up to help vulnerable people in the city has called for new volunteers to help families in desperate need of support.
Youngsters in the north-east have been praised for having some of the brightest smiles in Scotland.
He’s a photographer who has worked with some of the world’s biggest companies.
Aberdeen residents face disturbed nights as preparations for a massive railway improvement project begins.
Residents hit with “bombshell” that they will have to pay to upkeep developer’s land more than 25 years after houses built
Angry residents claim they are being forced to foot the bill for the upkeep of a housebuilder’s land more than two decades after the development was finished.
A woman has made a second appearance in court charged with the murder of a man in Aberdeen.
A large mound of earth, held together with a crumbling wall and concrete cinder blocks isn’t what you typically think of as a scheduled ancient monument.
A Holyrood committee will visit Aberdeen on Monday to discuss the impact of Brexit on the north-east.
Dons fans would have to travel to Dundee to see their team play in European matches if the proposed £50million stadium does not go ahead, council officers have said.
The man tasked with leading Aberdeen’s ambitious multi-million pound city centre “masterplan” has left the local authority and won’t be replaced, council chiefs confirmed last night.
An Aberdeen nursery has been accused of endangering toddlers by leaving them under the watch of staff who have not been trained in first-aid.