Dozens of north and north-east Homebase staff could lose their jobs as their stores have been earmarked for closure.
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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.
A first-time foster carer has spoken out about her journey in the hope that others might follow in her footsteps this Foster Care Fortnight.
Patients have been faced with journeys of more than an hour to get to hospital after a direct bus service to an Aberdeen community was scrapped.
A landscape gardener went to punch a man in the face because he believed he was harassing his wife - but ended up at the wrong house and attacking his neighbour instead.
A man had to be taken to hospital after a “targeted attack” outside a supermarket in Aberdeen.
An “evil” child rapist has been found guilty of preying on children as young as four during a campaign of abuse which started 40 years ago.
Disappointment shrouded the Royal Bank of Scotland’s decision to give a reprieve to just 10 banks last night, with branches in the north-east still facing the axe.
A man has appeared in court charged with attempted murder following a disturbance in Dyce last week.
A teenager has been arrested in connection with an alleged police attack and a break-in at a building depot in the city.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a spate of incidents across the north-east, including damage to a police car in Aberdeen.
The campaign to spare an Aberdeen bank from closure has surged forward with a petition being formed calling on the UK Government to intervene.
Horrified eyewitnesses have described a series of “frightening” shed fires that ripped through a quiet Aberdeen suburb, forcing one family to evacuate.
Police and fire teams attended a shed blaze in Aberdeen last night.
A new Home Bargains store will open in Aberdeen just in time for Christmas.
A pensioner has claimed she has been trapped in her home for almost a week because her icy street is too treacherous to drive or walk on.
Aberdeen City Council has been urged to take bank bosses to task over plans to scrap branches at Dyce and Bridge of Don.
To approach Bridgefield House is to return to an era when carriages would perhaps sit idle by the fountain, while guests danced the night away in the grand drawing room.
Bridge of Don shoppers will be able to stock up on delicious food and drink from M&S just in time for Christmas.
A woman has been fined for “lunging” across the bonnet of a car to wipe cocaine from a CD case police had confiscated from her.
A drug trafficker who was caught with heroin and crack cocaine worth more than £120,000 on the streets was jailed for three years and nine months today.
A boozed-up 63-year-old has been banned from the roads after being caught driving at more than twice the limit on a trip to buy dog food.