Staff at an Aberdeen care home have been praised for their fast work in improving the lives of residents.
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Two cars have been involved in a crash outside an Aberdeen recycling centre.
A group of Aberdeen residents are celebrating the roll-out of improved bus services linking their community with the city centre, after fighting for upgrades for years.
Thousands of homes in Aberdeen were left without water for hours yesterday after a major main burst on the outskirts of the city.
Aberdeen City Council has been warned it faces a bill for breaching health and safety laws at a secondary school.
Aberdeen City Council have been urged to improve procedures after a report into its handling of asbestos at an Aberdeen school.
Police are attending a crash between two cars in Aberdeen this morning.
A new initiative to dispel stereotypes about nursing and prevent a future staffing crisis is being piloted in north-east primary schools.
A young boy has spoken out after he was subjected to a brutal assault on his way home from an Aberdeen school.
Residents of an Aberdeen street have called for council chiefs to improve local roads - claiming lives could be lost as the area expands.
Bridge of Don schoolchildren, volunteers and councillors gathered yesterday to launch a series of events commemorating 100 years since the end of the First World War.
After completely changing her career plans to study photography at North East Scotland College, Anna Horne said it was one of the best decisions she could ever have made.
Motorists are facing delays on a busy Aberdeen road this evening following a burst water main.
A dog owner whose King Charles spaniel ate 20 chocolate bars has warned pet owners to be careful this Halloween.
Two teenagers have returned from a special trip to the most notorious concentration camps of the Nazi regime to help warn others of the dangers of repeating history.
The Churches have spent 30 years at Glenseaton Lodge. They tell Philippa Gerrard why this house is truly a one-off.
Although this granite building has an extensive military history, you’d never know from its stunning interior today.
A great-grandmother killed after being struck by a lorry in Aberdeen has been described as a “larger than life” character who was much loved by her family.
For more than two years, Aberdeen man Ian Milne’s life has effectively been “on hold” as he’s awaited hospital treatment.
Leaked report reveals Bridge of Don Academy staff were placed at risk of exposure to asbestos following series of safety breaches
A leaked Aberdeen City Council report reveals workers were placed at risk of exposure to asbestos following a series of safety breaches.
Dozens of north and north-east Homebase staff could lose their jobs as their stores have been earmarked for closure.
Emergency services were in attendance at a two-vehicle crash at a busy Aberdeen roundabout.
Union chiefs have raised concerns that two janitors and another worker may have been exposed to potentially deadly asbestos at an Aberdeen secondary school.
A “dedicated” teenager is planning to cycle the width of the country to help his Sea Cadets unit buy a much-needed minibus.
“A hidden gem” - that’s how new home owners have described Tulloch Homes’ prestigious Westfield development at Bridge of Don, Aberdeen.
Scores of empty bottles and cans, burnt-out tyres and even a dismembered caravan have been dumped at an Aberdeen beauty spot.
A bowling club which has repeatedly been targeted by vandals was left in ruins last night after a fire.
Firefighters are battling a "well-developed" blaze at a former bowling club in Aberdeen.
Emergency services are attending an incident on Denmore Road, Bridge of Don. Police were alerted just after 4.30pm and are at the scene. A Peugeot and BMW are thought to be involved. A Police spokeswoman said: “The road is currently blocked.” People are being urged to avoid the area. More information to follow.
A man led police on a chase around Bridge of Don after being caught with thousands of pounds worth of drugs in a supermarket carrier bag.
An angry family claims transport chiefs are forcing disabled people and pensioners to walk a mile detour to catch a bus safely on a north-east road.
The number of children using anti-depressants in the north-east has rocketed in recent years.