Aberdeen’s most famous footballing son will be given the freedom of the city in November as the city is lit for Christmas.
Safety watchdogs have said it is “not possible” to determine whether an explosive chemical being kept in at least three Aberdeen secondary schools is being stored correctly.
Council co-leader Jenny Laing has said the authority had shown “clear failure” on the Wellington Brae repair scandal on the eve of a crunch meeting into the issue.
Chancellor Philip Hammond pledged the "broad shoulders" of the UK would continue to support Scotland as he announced £5 million funding for oil and gas exploration.
Wildlife enthusiasts sharpened their skills at saving the lives of stranded sea creatures during a training exercise in Aberdeen at the weekend.
Plans to create a new cinema in the centre of Aberdeen have taken a step forward, with work on the complex poised to begin within months.
More than £5million pledged for community sports campus and training academy at proposed Kingsford development
Aberdeen FC has revealed a cash boost of more than £5million for its new stadium project - meaning work could begin by the end of the year if the plans are approved next month.
Chris Sutton may have thought that his days of getting tackled to the ground were long over but fellow pundit Stephen Craigan had one little surprise in the bag for him.
Aberdeen strengthened their position as Celtic's main challengers with a 1-0 victory over Motherwell to move six points ahead of Rangers in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Derek McInnes felt he had found the "antidote" to Motherwell's approach as Aberdeen atoned for their Betfred Cup exit with a 1-0 victory at Fir Park.
Andrew Considine exacted instant revenge for Aberdeen against Motherwell after netting the only goal in the second meeting between the teams in three days.
Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Christie has promised his team will be more fired up for their second trip to Fir Park in four days.
An Aberdeen community stalwart has said saving a threatened Victorian school from demolition was his “proudest moment” as he steps down from the helm of the group.
Council chiefs will have to find an extra £132,000 to deliver new bus services in the Granite City, new private documents have revealed.
Multi-million pound plans for the future of Broad Street have been thrown into doubt after senior councillors said a fresh look should be given to making it entirely traffic-free.
A man has been charged over an alleged sexual assault more than 18 months ago.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie called for more fight in his team after accepting their form had not been up to scratch even before their Betfred Cup exit.
A former soldier has been jailed for two years after being found guilty of downloading more than 140,000 indecent images of children.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson warned they were not in the Betfred Cup last four to make up the numbers after sweeping Aberdeen aside at Fir Park.
In-form Motherwell swept into the Betfred Cup semi-finals with a 3-0 victory over Aberdeen as visiting goalkeeper Joe Lewis had a night to forget at Fir Park.
An Aberdeen University graduate who was teaching a class during Tuesday’s earthquake in Mexico City said the devastation throughout his homeland has been “absolutely horrific”.
Union Terrace Gardens is to close for five weeks while pits and holes are dug ahead of a £20million revamp.
Outsourcing giant Mitie is axing around 480 jobs as part of a turnaround plan.
The owner of a popular Aberdeen chipper has revealed how a brazen thief took off with their van in the middle of a delivery - along with two large fish suppers.
Aberdeen frontman Adam Rooney insists he will not be redoubling his efforts to reclaim his starting berth from Stevie May - because he already puts in maximum graft.
Parents are paying a £41,000 premium to buy homes near the country's top performing state schools, new research suggests.
New trainee train drivers have arrived in Aberdeen.
Hundreds of soldiers will march through the city centre this week as they are welcomed back from duty overseas.
Scottish Labour’s leadership hopefuls must make their position clear on the “rogue” suspended Aberdeen councillors, the council’s SNP leader has said.
A flight from Paris to Aberdeen has made an emergency landing at Edinburgh Airport.
An Aberdeen man led police on a chase through gardens after being caught sitting on a motorcycle he had stolen.
An Aberdeen man has been fined £600 for assaulting the mother of his children.