School pupils who have recently smoked, drunk alcohol and taken drugs are more likely to be unhappy, new figures have revealed.
Researchers modelling teenage drinking using rats have discovered that a drug used to treat Alzheimer’s can reverse some of the negative effects of consuming alcohol during adolescence.
A care home worker has admitted her third drink-driving offence after being caught behind the wheel in Aberdeen nearly six times the legal alcohol limit.
About half of the UK’s young drinkers are unaware of health messages or warnings on alcohol packaging, according to new research.
In her monthly column, Susan Webb, director of public health for NHS Grampian, offers advice on staying in control of how much alcohol you drink
Police have urged revellers to ensure they watch their alcohol intake when they attend a country show tonight.
An Aberdeen man who performed sex acts in the public area of a nightclub has been refused a licence to sell alcohol by the council.
One in five people admitted to a UK hospital drinks to a harmful level while one in 10 is alcohol-dependent, research suggests.
Scottish alcohol sales have fallen to their lowest level for almost a quarter of a century since the introduction of minimum pricing.
Alcohol sales in Scotland fell to the lowest level for almost quarter of a century last year, new research has found.
Almost 4,000 people have died as a direct result of drinking across the north of Scotland over the past four decades.
A north-east man was "lucky to escape with his life" after driving four times over the limit on Boxing Day.
Fears have been raised about the actions of an increasing number of drunk passengers at Aberdeen International Airport (AIA).
Seven drivers were arrested for drink- or drug-driving in the north-east over the May Day weekend.
A man caused nearly £1,000 worth of damage at Aberdeen Airport after flying into a rage when he was thrown off a plane for being too drunk.
NHS Grampian and NHS Highland are failing to meet drug and alcohol treatment targets.
A north-east man has been fined after throwing a beer can at his then-girlfriend's head as she was getting onto her motorbike.
A brewing giant's bid to sell alcohol at a north-east cafe has faced a backlash from local residents.
Brewing giant Heineken has said strong demand for a non-alcoholic variant of its flagship lager helped it to higher profits in 2018.
It is easy for those of us who are passionate about whisky to become over enthusiastic when it comes to talking to others about drams.
If you are looking down and can't see the bathroom scales - even although you have both feet planted firmly on them - your body mass index has obviously been compromised by your weight divided by the square of your height.
More underage drinking goes on in rural Scotland than in our cities, a study has found.
Christmas party season is in full swing. But partying can mean hangovers – especially for the less careful among us.
Police attending a crash at a notorious Aberdeen bottleneck roundabout arrested a man they found drunk behind the wheel after arriving on the scene.
The reduced drink-drive limit in Scotland has had no impact on cutting road accidents, a new study has found.
A new website has been launched to help support people affected by drug and alcohol addiction in Aberdeenshire.
New figures have revealed that alcohol abuse costs Aberdeen about £120million a year.
Copper pot stills that have not been used since Brora Distillery shut in 1983 have started a journey which will lead to them making single malt whisky again.
A construction boss has been banned from the road after getting behind the wheel more than double the drink-driving limit the morning after a night out.
A campaign to highlight the consequences of providing alcohol to under-18s has been launched in Moray.
A man has been charged after being caught behind wheel while allegedly four times the drink-drive limit.
Landlords have welcomed plans to extend a scheme designed to keep revellers safe.