Thousands of people savoured a taste of the best fare the north-east has to offer at Deeside Food Festival yesterday.
Sunday’s Japan Day celebrations in Aberdeen broke attendance numbers with 3,623 visitors - up 60% on last year.
Pupils from an Aberdeen secondary school have received the chance to experience life underwater as part of a corporate education initiative.
Parents are paying a premium of more than £100,000 to buy a home close to one of the north-east’s most successful state schools.
The Scottish Government is facing fresh calls to clamp down on knife crime in schools, as the second anniversary of the stabbing of an Aberdeen schoolboy approaches.
Martial arts, cosplay and calligraphy: Japan Day set to be full of north-eastern promise in Aberdeen
Martial arts, cosplay and calligraphy will be the order of the day this Sunday when Aberdeen pays homage to the land of the rising sun.
The city council has adopted a new anti-bullying strategy in the wake of the death of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne.
An annual event celebrating the north-east’s historic links with Japan is gearing up to be the biggest and best yet.
More than £22,000 of taxpayers' money was spent defending north-east schoolboy Bailey Gwynne's killer.
The long-awaited report into the killing of Aberdeen schoolboy Bailey Gwynne will be published next week, it is understood.
Almost all secondary school pupils in Aberdeen have been taught about the dangers of weapons in the wake of the death of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne.
A review into the death of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne cost Aberdeen taxpayers more than £40,000, it has emerged.
An Aberdeen man will soon be swapping the lecture theatre for the broadcasting studio.
The family of tragic Aberdeen schoolboy Bailey Gwynne have paid tribute to their "beautiful boy" one year on from his death.
Friends and classmates of an Aberdeen schoolboy will mark the one-year anniversary of his tragic death later today.
Cults Academy head boy Luke Morrice said pupils at the school had coped well in the aftermath of Bailey Gywnne's death.
Schoolboy Bailey Gwynne's death was "potentially predictable and avoidable" if only others had reported that his killer regularly carried weapons at school, a review has found.
Bailey Gywnne review: Senior school staff should have power to search pupils suspected of carrying weapons without consent
Senior school staff should have the power to search pupils without consent if they suspect they are carrying weapons, a press conference heard today.
A celebration of the best of north-east food will be held for the second year next weekend.
The head of an inquiry into the killing of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne has appealed for the public's help.
The former best friend of Bailey Gwynne's killer said the youth had a "horrible and weird obsession" with knives.
The teenager who killed "gentle giant" schoolboy Bailey Gwynne in a row over biscuits has been locked up for nine years.
The lawyer of Bailey Gwynne's killer claimed in court yesterday that the youth was facing a "limited future".
The teenager who stabbed Bailey Gwynne at Cults Academy last year is due to be sentenced today.
Dons fans have paid an emotional tribute to a north-east teenager who lost his brave battle with cancer.
A furious mum claims she was accused of overreacting after raising concerns about a "stabbing list" brought into Cults Academy by a pupil.
The baby-faced killer who drove a knife into Bailey's chest had a history of violence and carrying weapons, it was revealed last night.
Parents last night said staff at Cults Academy had "a lot to answer for" in the wake of the Bailey Gwynne tragedy.
Aberdeen education chiefs have paid tribute to staff and pupils at Cults Academy, after a teenager was found guilty of killing school boy Bailey Gwynne.
The detective who led the Bailey Gwynne investigation has said it is "difficult to comprehend" how a 16-year-old died in his school lunch hour.
A teenager has been cleared of murdering Cults Academy pupil Bailey Gwynne.