Shocking figures have revealed that fire engines were taken off Aberdeen roads hundreds of time during the last year.
Plans to improve train journeys between Aberdeen and the south of England have been shelved amid a massive review of the UK’s rail industry.
A north-east MSP has demanded action over the “real alarm” over the impact of the AWPR on users of the Deeside Way.
Stunning aerial images showing the work of the nation’s charity air ambulance have spurred fresh calls for a second life-saving helicopter to be based in the north-east.
Suspended Aberdeen Labour councillors have received “overwhelming” support from city activists following a weekend meeting.
An MSP and a number of local wind organisations have backed an SSE call for a network reinforcement cable to connect the Western Isles to the mainland.
NHS Grampian needs to make more than £70 million of cuts over the next four years to balance the books.
Job adverts have been discovered offering labourers “lethal” 80-hour working weeks on the Aberdeen bypass.
Senior health board figure for NHS Grampian claims organisation is ‘very open’ and encourages whistleblowing
NHS Grampian is a “very open organisation” which encourages whistleblowing, a senior health board figure claimed following the publication of a new report.
It is a date written indelibly into our history.
Aberdeen Labour stalwarts were out in force yesterday in the city’s Union Terrace Gardens in support of nine suspended councillors.
This week’s controversy about Aberdeen’s suspended Labour councillors might seem to be an obscure issue about Labour Party rules, of interest only to party insiders and political anoraks.
Staff shortages at NHS Grampian have seen some hospitals’ ability to perform operations slashed by almost one-third in just two years.
Scotland’s network of major trauma centres (MTCs) will go live this October, with the Aberdeen unit expected to be the first to open.
A charity has received a funding boost of more than £136,000 to help ease the suffering of children with asthma across the north-east.
The future of the young offenders wing of a £140 million “super jail” is still hanging in the balance - four years after rioters shut it down.
A north-east superjail has one of the worst staff disciplinary records in the country, it can be revealed.
Members of a number of Conservative organisations have called for Donald Trump to bypass London and visit Balmoral instead on his UK trip this summer.
Being exposed to smoking, dust, pollen and grass can all cause Suna Qasim to lose her breath, and it is a daily challenge to avoid them to prevent a trip to hospital.
A potentially suspicious flat fire in Aberdeen and a second resident blaze in Newmachar made it a busy couple of days for Aberdeen firefighters - as bosses face questions over staffing levels.
Delayed discharge has cost northern health boards more than £1.3million in the last 18 months, fresh analysis has shown.
The cost of overtime needed to cut waiting times in north-east hospitals and health centres has dropped by nearly half in the last year.
Almost one in three NHS staff members were abused by patients while on the clock last year, according to shocking new figures.
A construction giant has come under fire for laying off 25 “highly-skilled” employees at its Aberdeenshire base.
Lewis Macdonald: Recovery underway – but we need to plan a long-term future for north-east’s energy industry
Over three years into the downturn, the oil and gas industry is showing signs of recovery. While the oil price will never again reach the heady heights of 2014, it has started to settle at a level where modest growth could return to the North Sea.
A north-east superjail has been branded an “expensive failure” after it emerged there are still no plans to bring back young offenders - four years after they were shifted following a riot.
The NHS has paid out almost £200,000 in compensation to north-east staff members injured at work over the last four years.
More staff have quit their jobs at a north-east superjail than at any other prison in Scotland since it opened four years ago.
Fewer than one in five students from the Banff and Buchan and Aberdeen North constituencies secure places on university courses, it emerged yesterday.
Concerns have been raised that more than 1,000 virtual visits have been booked for prisoners at a north-east superjail.
Kezia Dugdale’s decision to take part in I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here has prompted concern among her party colleagues in the north-east.
A group of Aberdeen residents are seeking to be the first in northern Scotland to use new laws and take over a piece of land central to their community.