An Aberdeen MSP will meet top bank bosses this week amid growing concerns over reductions in branch opening hours.
Mark McDonald MSP
A committee which encourages girls in Aberdeen to live active lives has been commended in parliament.
The AWPR will now not be finished until the New Year, despite contractors promising the billion-pound route would be finished by Christmas.
People across the north and north-east are being urged to check for signs of mouth cancer.
Mark McDonald was suspended from Holyrood yesterday - but he left with a warning that public accusations and insults against under-fire politicians can end in tragedy.
Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald has been advised to consider legal action against the SNP and a former colleague following a fresh probe into his conduct.
Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald will have to wait another week to find out if he will be punished over harassment allegations.
Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald could discover his fate this week after a fresh investigation into his conduct.
Mark McDonald affirmed that he was not a “criminal” yesterday as he made his return to Holyrood amid a storm of controversy over harassment allegations.
Mark McDonald’s position was branded “untenable” last night after it was claimed that a woman had to be escorted from Holyrood for her protection – and that she later suffered a stroke due to stress.
Beleaguered Mark McDonald insisted yesterday he had no intention of standing down - and begged people to give him a second chance.
The Scottish ministers code of conduct has been revised following the resignation of Mark McDonald over alleged sexual misconduct.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has refused to put a timescale on the investigation into suspended Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald.
Pressure was mounting on shamed Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald last night, amid doubts over his future at Holyrood.
Disgraced MSP Mark McDonald has been suspended by the SNP after the party received “new information” about his conduct.
The Scottish Conservatives have said there is an “urgent need for more clarity” on the actions of former childcare minister Mark McDonald.
Four calls were made to the Scottish Parliament’s new sex harassment hotline in the three days since it was established.
The resignation of Mark McDonald was described yesterday as the “most depressing” ministerial departure in Holyrood’s history.
A woman who was sent “inappropriate” messages by former Children’s Minister Mark McDonald has said she took action because “people have to change”.
Scotland’s Childcare and Early Years Minister Mark Mcdonald has defended the baby box scheme amid claims they was no evidence that they reduce the chance of cot death.
A long-awaited sports facility has now opened its doors to an Aberdeen community.
An Aberdeen MSP has warned the "first-rate" safety culture in the North Sea that emerged after Piper Alpha could be at risk as firms strive to cut costs.
Aberdeen City Council is being urged to ensure there are no more delays on a £300,000 sports facility project.
Thousands of north-east commuters will still not be able to travel into Aberdeen any faster after £800million is spent on the city bypass and third Don crossing, it has emerged.
Nine schools in the north and north-east will be the latest to benefit from a multimillion pound Scottish Government fund to improve attainment.
Plans to bulldoze a historic Aberdeen mansion to make way for the city’s new exhibition centre have been dealt a blow after heritage chiefs said it may qualify for special status.
It is one of the most talked about dishes in Scotland and usually for the wrong reasons.
A diabetic woman has told how she suffered a miscarriage and was once close to death because she stopped taking insulin to make herself slimmer.
A north-east MSP has called for improvements to disabled provisions at Scotland's football stadiums.
Residents in a north-east community are seeking assurances that a new all-weather sports pitch is still being built after £300,000 was set aside by the Scottish Government a year ago.
A north-east campaigner is calling on more venues across Scotland to emulate Aberdeen's His Majesty's Theatre (HMT) and put on autism-friendly pantomimes.