Aberdeen council bosses will commission an artist to paint a portrait of a former city lord provost.
Aberdeen Lord Provost Barney Crockett inspected a special police troop as he visited Guyana to build relations.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost Barney Crockett has spoken at a high-level conference in the United States, rubbing shoulders with the likes of the crown princess of Denmark and the American secretary of state.
Aberdeen will be officially twinned next month with a country that has one of world’s fastest-growing oil and gas industries.
A keen north-east golfer has bequeathed more than £500,000 to promote the sport among young people.
It's a portrait of a British monarch whom many members of the public don't even recognise.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost Barney Crockett is proving big in Japan - hitting the headlines in the Far East after signing a trade deal.
A gripping Second World War film left film-goers speechless at a premiere at the weekend.
The UK premiere of Russian film Sobibor will be shown at the Belmont Filmhouse on Saturday at 5.30pm.
A horde of vikings invaded Aberdeen last night on a mission to spread festive cheer by helping to switch on the city's Christmas lights.
An Aberdeen councillor has hit out at criticism of public sector pension investment in arms companies as “ill-informed”.
Kazakhstan’s ambassador to the UK arrived in Aberdeen yesterday - and pledged to “enhance” relationships ahead of Brexit.
Aberdeen will fall silent on Sunday for a remembrance service with added poignancy.
It is one of the most famous - or infamous - chapters in British history: the assassination attempt on the British monarch and parliament by Guy Fawkes and his colleagues in 1605.
Aberdeen City Council has donated £10,000 to Poppy Scotland to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost has been blasted by a city MP for using his casting vote to back plans for a civic dinner to mark the 700th anniversary of the signing of a historic charter.
Aberdeen locals will soon have the chance to zip-line down one of Scotland’s most famous streets.
It was the medieval deal between a king and his subjects as a reward for shielding him during his days as an outlaw.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost came face to face with his greatest fear yesterday – an eight-legged little lady named Tara.
Aberdeen FC Community Trust has received the highest honour available to volunteer groups during a ceremony at Pittodrie.
Nearly 1,000 people gathered at a special memorial event last night to remember the 167 men who died in the Piper Alpha disaster 30 years ago.
More than 1,000 military personnel will march through Aberdeen this weekend to mark Armed Forces Day.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost said the city could consider a commemoration to the Dons legend.
Scores of residents basked in the warm Deeside sunshine as the annual Culter Gala returned this weekend.
The north-east Jewish community celebrated the reopening of Britain’s most northerly synagogue this weekend after months of closure.
Aberdeen has the highest proportion of foreign residents in Scotland - with one in four born outside the UK.
Sporting stars and prominent politicians have urged Aberdonians to get behind the city’s “other” football team ahead of the biggest game in its history.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost Barney Crockett was the only British politician to attend a major oil and gas conference in America this week.
Hundreds of school pupils from all across Aberdeen picked up their Duke of Edinburgh awards last night at a special ceremony.
Controversial London-style Low Emission Zones (LEZ) may not have to be introduced into Aberdeen-if council chiefs can achieve ambitious hydrogen targets in the next two years.
Historic artefacts giving an fresh insight into the city’s highest ceremonial office have been revealed.
Council funding for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) and the Year of Young People has been thrown into limbo - after councillors ran out of time to vote.