Trains rolled into Dyce railway station today after a 14-week-long upgrade.
New details have emerged about a £100million project to transform one of Scotland’s most historically important sites into an urban village.
Trains will run from Aberdeen to Dyce today for the first time since a massive improvement project began on the tracks in the middle of May.
An Aberdeenshire community has been left in shock following the death of a Mearns Academy pupil this weekend.
An Aberdeen man has been jailed for his part in a botched Christmas Day bank raid.
Two of Aberdeen’s most popular spots for walkers will be linked for the first time as work to create a “new town” on the outskirts of the city takes shape.
A Merseyside drug courier is facing jail after being caught bringing more than £110,000 worth of cannabis into the north-east.
A campaign group set up to fight the proposed £50 million new home for Aberdeen FC has now urged supporters to object to another proposed development in the area.
It was the middle of the 17th century and the sounds of war thundered through the halls of one of Aberdeenshire’s strongholds.
Council and charity chiefs have handed out thousands of free meals to disadvantaged children in Aberdeen.
Asbestos has been found at a second Aberdeen school just days before pupils return after the summer break.
An Aberdeen GP surgery is to close due to staffing difficulties - prompting fears of a “growing GP crisis” across the north-east.
Transport chiefs have been accused of “palming off” responsibility for major disruption caused by the 24-hour rail work in Aberdeen.
Doubts have been raised over the feasibility of a controversial tractor ban on the AWPR.
A north-east MP has appealed to the UK Government to reverse an “ill-advised decision” six years ago that left the north-east without a permanent naval presence.
A plan to build affordable housing in Aberdeen that has been delayed for a decade will face at least another six months of set-backs.
A fatal accident inquiry will be launched into the death of a school bus driver who died in a three-vehicle crash on a north-east road late last year.
A grizzly reminder of Aberdeen’s brutal crime and punishment is once more visible to the public.
A developer has said his controversial housing scheme could help bring teachers and nurses to Aberdeen if it is approved.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard accused of ‘running scared’ after ducking meeting with Aberdeen city’s nine suspended councillors
An invitation to dinner at an Aberdeenshire curry house is the unlikely source of a fresh row for Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard.
Aberdeen firefighters’ discontent grows over staffing crisis as crews drafted in from other cities to help cover shortages
An Aberdeen firefighter has said staff are at “the end of their threads” after other colleagues from as far afield as Dundee and Inverness have been drafted into plug gaps in the city.
Bosses at Aberdeen Airport have reduced the amount of time drivers are allowed to spend in the drop-off zone to just 10 minutes.
A north-east drug dealer has been jailed for five years after being found in possession of a disguised stun gun following a raid on his home.
A north-east health board has drafted in dedicated immunisation specialists to help protect babies after vaccination rates plummeted.
A building firm has been given consent to build 85 new homes and create three shops on the new Countesswells housing estate in Aberdeen.
A man has appeared in court following an alleged sexual assault in Aberdeen city centre at the weekend.
An Aberdeen business chief has said he is “serious” about the Granite City’s comedy festival - and hopes the event will one day be as big as the Edinburgh Fringe.
Shoppers were unable to pay using cards at Aberdeen’s city centre Marks and Spencer store yesterday - with parents struggling to buy new school uniforms ahead of the new term.
A woman was recovering last night after being knocked down by a car outside an Aberdeen supermarket.
Aberdeen taxi drivers should be allowed to charge more on Friday and Saturday nights to encourage them to work “unsociable hours”, the council has been told.
A man visiting from the Philippines made plans to meet up with a 14-year-old boy in a city hotel - only to discover he had been snared by a group of vigilantes.
Part of a £750,000 scheme to prevent young people from becoming addicted to gambling will be piloted in Aberdeen.