New tourist trails have been launched to encourage visitors to discover some of Aberdeen’s most popular sights and its hidden secrets.
Lord Provost Barney Crockett
Charities and third sector organisations were celebrated in style this weekend with several colourful events across the city.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost wows the Burnley crowds with dazzling footwork ahead of the Dons’ Europa League tie
Despite being laden down with his tailored suit and heavy ceremonial chains, Aberdeen’s Lord Provost was still keen for a kickabout in the city’s Castlegate this afternoon.
The chairman of Aberdeen FC said his club’s Kingsford stadium ambitions would not be stopped by protestors as diggers rolled in to start work on the £50 million project.
A permanent memorial to the people who lived and worked in the north-east fishing industry has been installed in Aberdeen.
The mayor of a major Japanese city jetted into Aberdeen yesterday to sign major agreements with the city council and Robert Gordon University.
A wave of sympathy and support swept from the north-east to Salford all weekend as news of Sir Alex Ferguson’s illness rocked the world of football and beyond.
A near-200-year-old Aberdeen monument will be returned to its former glory as part of a £500,000 heritage scheme.
Marischal College was lit up in blue and yellow last night to mark campaigning for World Down Syndrome Day.
The ways in which the north-east will benefit from a £3.2million boost for interconnected transport funding are to be highlighted with a series of public talks.
Hundreds of youngsters watched on yesterday as the true meaning of Christmas was celebrated.
Thousands gathered across the north-east yesterday to pay their respects on Remembrance Sunday.
Aberdeen cadets were given a taste of a life on the high seas yesterday when they paid a visit to one of the Royal Navy's most advanced war ships.
The north-east got a taste of east Africa yesterday with a special visit from the Kenyan High Commissioner to the UK.