An Aberdeen councillor, elected to the European parliament, has vowed to continue in both roles- unless Brexit is reversed.
A Frenchman who served as an MSP is calling on overseas citizens to use the European elections to send a message to Theresa May.
Pupils dash alongside busy road to reach new Aberdeen school after bus driver ‘takes a wrong turn and gets stuck’
Children were forced to rush alongside a busy Aberdeen road to reach school when a bus driver failed to pick them up after "taking a wrong turn and getting stuck".
An Aberdeen councillor who moved to Scotland from France more than 30 years ago will refuse to apply to remain in the UK after Brexit, labelling the process a "disgraceful indignity".
They might both serve as Aberdeen councillors.
Calls have been made to install a pedestrian crossing outside a new supermarket in Aberdeen.
A French Aberdeen councillor has spoken of his fears for fellow EU citizens living in the UK as Brexit approaches.
A new north-east group established to celebrate diversity will take to the streets of Aberdeen later this month for a march against the dangers of racism and xenophobia.
The controversy over the Tories' use of "xenophobic" language towards a former north-east MSP has blown up into a diplomatic row.
The work of more than 2,500 people who volunteer for the children's panel have been praised.
In the age of the Auld Alliance, Scotland enjoyed its pick of the finest French wines - but today it was the turn of France to hail the produce of the north-east.
Hundreds of north-east residents rallied in the heart of Aberdeen yesterday in a show of unity following the terror attacks in the French capital.
A No vote is the best way to protect the Scottish fishing industry, according to the industry spokesmen for the three unionist parties.