The planned extension of an Aberdeen nursery will cost about £1.8 million, it has emerged.
The leafy green of the Virginia creeper has turned to burnished red, and the climbing plant will soon shed its fiery foliage as winter sets in.
Police are warning commuters to plan their journeys ahead after the inclement weather left a north-east road "impassable".
Parents and carers in an Aberdeen community are being urged to attend a special meeting exploring the modern-day dangers faced by youngsters.
An Aberdeen architect has lost his appeal against being struck off by his professional body for carrying out 'seriously incompetent' work.
City council bosses have confirmed parking charges will not be introduced in three car parks in Aberdeen, blaming a “clerical error” for the confusion.
A century-old enamel sign advertising the Press and Journal was unearthed in the basement of a grocery shop during recent renovation work.
A police watchdog is investigating after a motorcyclist suffered serious injuries when he crashed into a tree.
Police cordoned off a section of the Old Deeside Railway Line this morning.
Police are on the look out for a red Mini Countryman after it was stolen in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Pupils at an Aberdeen primary school are putting their best foot forward for a 300-mile charity challenge.
A van smashed into the front of an Aberdeen shop early this morning.
An Aberdeen primary school has been given more than £800 after an Easter egg hunt was held in their community.
Cocaine with an estimated street value of more than £15,000 has been recovered from the Cults area of Aberdeen.
A man was taken to hospital with "potentially life-altering" injuries after a crash in Aberdeen on Sunday night.
There was horror in the halls of an Aberdeen school this week with pupils told there had been an infestation of creepy-crawlies.
Her words have long championed the often harsh but always beautiful Carngorm Mountain range.
An Aberdeen road has been blocked following a three-car accident.
Police were at the scene of an accident in Aberdeen this morning after a car rolled backwards down a hill.
A north-east Christmas Tree festival starts today, bringing festive cheer to the people of Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen road is currently blocked following a crash involving a double-decker bus and a car.
From high-end, high-street couture to designer dresses, charity shops offer top-quality clothing at rock-bottom prices
As winter trends hit the high street, many shoppers pause to stare into the window of a trendy boutique in Cults.
An Aberdeen architect has been removed from the register after designing a house branded “seriously incompetent” by regulators.
An Aberdeen minister has called for a Pakistani Christian woman, who faces the death penalty in her homeland, to be offered asylum in the UK.
Home buyers hoping to send their children to some of Scotland’s best performing schools have to pay out almost £73,000 more than the average local price.
Budding biologists have been invited to take part in a hunt for local wildlife in a bio-blitz event at Countesswells.
The future of the north-east housing market is to be explored at the latest in a series of Press and Journal business breakfasts.
Emergency services are in attendance at a crash in the Cults area of Aberdeen.
An appeal for witnesses has been launched in the Cults area of Aberdeen after two sheds were broken into.
Police are appealing for information to help trace a car following a number of reports of theft in the Cults, Mannofield and Northfield areas of Aberdeen.
My reason for starting my business dates back to my childhood – owning my own boutique has been a dream since I was a 16-year-old girl (complete with permed hair and double braces on my teeth, of course) working in Opus One – a beautiful Edinburgh treasure trove selling to wonderfully stylish ladies.
A warning has been reissued to householders in and around Aberdeen to secure their homes and personal property in the wake of a spate of break-ins.