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Aberdeen’s match day programme is something of which Tommy Vercetti would approve.
An Aberdeen council regeneration boss has said the authority is looking 150 years into the future as plans advance for a new “urban heart” for the Granite City.
An Aberdeen councillor has written to the defence secretary inviting her to the city as the local authority continues with its vision of making the Granite City Scotland’s “friendliest” to veterans.
Tor Na Coille Hotel head chef Colin Lyall was crowned the region’s top cook at a prestigious awards ceremony in Aberdeen last night.
The Granite City often gets a bad reputation.
Watch these incredible scenes from above as this flight passenger films their descent into Aberdeen airport.
We can today reveal the first look inside Aberdeen’s Music Hall after its £9 million transformation.
The transformation of Union Terrace Gardens, a giant statue of a bull for the side of the AWPR and a New York-style “Highline” have all been mooted as ways to reinvent the region.
Struggling city centre businesses in Aberdeen are in line for a multi-million pound boost due to a new free parking project.
BAFTA-winning comedian, Michael McIntyre, had the Granite City in giggles last night performing to a packed out AECC.
Aberdeen has the highest proportion of foreign residents in Scotland - with one in four born outside the UK.
Organisers of the Tour Series hope to bring one of the biggest cross-country cycling races to Aberdeen.
The sun shone on the Granite City for the second year running as the Tour Series returned to Aberdeen yesterday.
Bertie Newey is piling up the minutes on the bike in preparation for his return to Aberdeen tomorrow for the 2018 edition of the Tour Series.
Runners from across the country are being encouraged to pull their trainers on and sign up for this summer’s Great Aberdeen Run.
It may be the French translation of Smith, but Lefevre is anything but a common name in the north-east. So much so that when you utter it there is only one thought that springs to mind – Frankie.
Cities throughout the UK are rushing to follow Aberdeen’s lead in giving gigabit broadband access to every household.
The Granite City was injected with a splash of colour this weekend during an Indian festival.
North-east sporting stars have given their backed plans for proposed multi-million pound health village on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
The 19th century home of Aberdeen Grammar School Former Pupils Club (AGSFPC) is being marketed for sale as a “unique” opportunity to snap up a piece of Granite City history with considerable scope for development.
Skills honed to perfection behind the bar at Orchid in Aberdeen have helped one of the founders of Granite City-based drink firm Porter’s Gin to a top honour at industry awards in London.
The new boss of Aberdeen Harbour hopes it may one day be twinned with an illustrious pier on the other side of the world.
One of the world’s largest hotel operators is confident its new operation in the heart of Aberdeen will thrive as the local economy emerges from its recent downturn.
The sound of thousands of feet pounding on the tarmac will echo around the city for tomorrow’s inaugural Great Aberdeen Run.
Granite City residents fear that its centre risks losing its sparkle due to “huge splodges” of tarmac which have been laid in place of paving stones following repairs.
Scores of Aberdeen businesses are saddling up to support the arrival of a national cycling event later this month.
A Tall ship that is sailing around the world has docked in Aberdeen for a visit.
A beloved nature campaign will again return to the Granite City for its fifth year- and organisers hope the "spectacle" will be the best yet and attract a boom in tourist numbers.
Emergency calls to the police in the north-east will now be handled in Tayside and the Central Belt after Aberdeen's centres were finally closed yesterday.
A group of north-east children have pirouetted their way into a critically-acclaimed ballet show.
Campaigners fighting to preserve a 19th-century granite building have been left "bitterly disappointed" following a meeting with developers planning to raze it to the ground.