A fatal accident inquiry will be held into the death of a painter working at Aberdeen’s new exhibition centre.
Terminal illness charity Marie Curie is calling on people across the north-east to give up their time and volunteer to help hand out it's iconic daffodil pins.
Controversial plans to ban vehicles from some of Aberdeen's busiest streets have been pushed forward.
Government could consider change in law to remove convicted councillors in wake of Alan Donnelly sex offence
The Scottish Government could consider a change in the law to remove disgraced councillors from office sooner, in the wake of an Aberdeen councillor’s conviction as a sex offender.
A leading Scottish Labour politician has called for a second independence referendum.
Paramedics have wasted more than a day-and-a-half racing to calls that turn out to be "selfish and dangerous" hoax calls.
An Aberdeen MSP has claimed taxpayers could be footing the bill for an elaborate ticketing method used by bus chiefs.
Only seven island homes have been completed under a Scottish Government scheme to boost house building in Scotland’s most remote communities.
An Aberdeen MSP has written to the head of Historic Environment Scotland (HES) urging full consultation with residents over controversial calls to add eight city tower blocks to the list of Scotland’s most significant buildings.
The Scottish Government is to extend a seven-day limit on unsuitable temporary accommodation to protect people at risk of homelessness.
Boris Johnson has insisted he would refuse to seek a Brexit deadline extension even after he is compelled to do so by Westminster passing new laws.
A north-east health chief has warned that some medications will “likely” be in short supply in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
The UK Government was last night urged to explain how it intends to give Aberdeen “free port” status.
A controversial brown bin charge has helped the council rake in almost £739,000.
The 100th homeless person to have secured a roof over their heads under a Scottish Government programme has been re-homed in Aberdeen.
A new centre for testing UK citizenship has opened in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen politician has urged the new defence secretary, Ben Wallace, to pay more compensation and award medals to veterans of Britain’s nuclear testing.
Commuters caught short at Aberdeen’s train station will now have to spend 50p to use the toilet, while they have been made free in the Central Belt.
A north-east MSP has called for a new tax on chewing gum manufacturers, with the proceeds given to councils to remove the “unholy mess” of white blobs on pavements.
People from across the north-east are being urged to sign up for a Scottish Government scheme and help shape the future of the social security system.
Hard-pressed Aberdeen pensioners could be charged twice to get their grass cut under new brown bin rules, it has emerged.
Aberdeen has been confirmed as Scotland’s most international city, with nearly a fifth of residents born outside the UK.
Violent crime has reduced by nearly a quarter over the last decade.
Construction on a controversial housing development in a Moray village has started, with the builders claiming the plans will ease drainage fears in the community.
Nearly 80 incidents of anti-social behaviour a day were reported to police in the north-east across a nine-month period last year.
A dozen council projects across Aberdeen have cost the city almost £100 million more than originally planned, according to the council’s former depute leader.
More than 9,000 new parents across the north-east have received a baby box from the Scottish Government in the last two years.
The number of foreign workers coming to start life in the north-east has dropped dramatically in the three years since Brexit was announced.
The fate of a historic Aberdeen building has become the centre of a political feud.
A potential dispute between Aberdeen council bosses and contractors puts a “cloud of uncertainty” over the city’s long-awaited art gallery redevelopment, an MSP has claimed.
Aberdeen high-rise residents meet Housing Minister over new fire legislation is introduced in wake of Grenfell tragedy
High-rise occupants in Aberdeen have met with Housing Minister Kevin Stewart to discuss steps being taken to ensure their safety.
An Aberdeen MSP has said that ambitious plans for a Scottish national investment bank have “enormous potential” to help revive the north-east’s economy.