He went from being a Nazi refugee to being regarded as an "enemy alien" at Duff House during the Second World War.
John Dunn recalls the time when he used to work as a marine scientist on the SS Explorer, travelling from Aberdeen into the frozen wilderness of the Arctic Circle.
A former Polish prisoner attacked by a violent racist could be paid thousands in compensation after winning his battle against the Scottish Government.
Craiginches Prison was one of Aberdeen's most imposing buildings for more than 100 years.
Plans to invest NHS charity cash in homes for key workers have been abandoned - amid confusion over who would quality to live in them.
The construction of more than 100 affordable homes on the site of a former prison in Aberdeen is expected to begin this summer - after multiple contractors applied for the work.
Social Justice and Communities Secretary Alex Neil unveiled plans for 160 more affordable homes across the north-east yesterday.
Demolition work has started on Aberdeen's old Craiginches Prison.
One of Aberdeen's busiest roads could be widened in an effort to ease congestion.
A north-east MSP has called for action to crack down on inmates who arm themselves at the north-east's new super-jail.
Nursing union chiefs and politicians have welcomed plans to redevelop the former Craiginches Prison as affordable housing for public sector workers.