An artist is hiding unique invitations around Aberdeen in the lead-up to a secret exhibition.
He is one of Aberdeen's most animated youngsters; an inventive character who creates sparkling little films with Lego bricks, a sprinkling of computer graphics and a vivid imagination.
Stargazers and budding space travellers will once again be able to explore the wonders of the galaxy with the re-opening of an Aberdeen planetarium which has been closed for a decade.
A group of people in recovery from mental and physical health problems are preparing to host a fundraiser so that they can improve the gardens at Banff Castle.
Student told classmates they should club together to buy AK47s and stage shooting at north-east college
A student who threatened to stage a shooting at a college campus in Aberdeenshire has claimed it was "an ill-thought-out jest".
Aberdeen has been confirmed as Scotland’s most international city, with nearly a fifth of residents born outside the UK.
Aberdeen teenagers have been primed for the world of work during a special Spotlight Day.
A north-east woman is shipping more than 47 stone of clothes, toys and tools to Africa after completing a massive drive to help struggling children there.
An Aberdeen sports scientist has been recognised as one of the UK's top 100 academics when it comes to performing "life-saving" work.
The mother of an Aberdeen student who killed herself hopes a new initiative will help to protect others from gender violence on campus.
A north-east maritime training school is offering an officer training course in the Merchant Navy.
Students at colleges across the north of Scotland faced yet more disruption yesterday as lecturers took part in industrial action over pay.
Thousands of students have been caught cheating or plagiarising in the past five years.
Students from North East Scotland College (NESCol) took part in their very own Bushtucker trials earlier today. As the real I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here kicks off in Australia, NESCol’s city campus hosted their own version of the infamous trials.
North-east art students have had their locally inspired work displayed at the new multi-million pound V&A design museum in Dundee.
One student realising a life-long ambition yesterday was 54-year-old Dawn McLeod from Aberdeen.
Former Gordon Schools pupil Michael Rough decided to follow in his dad’s footsteps when he applied for a joinery apprenticeship at Stewart Milne Homes.
Beaming family and friends looked proudly on from within the glittering ballroom in Aberdeen’s Hilton Treetops hotel yesterday as their loved ones graduated from the North East of Scotland College.
Eighteen-year-old Cameron Fraser-Mackie left school two years ago and was offered a training opportunity through the Press and Journal’s Apprentice 100 campaign.
After completely changing her career plans to study photography at North East Scotland College, Anna Horne said it was one of the best decisions she could ever have made.
Young entrepreneurs are being given the chance of thousands of pounds in backing following the expansion of a startup business accelerator.
One student is delighted to be leaving college with two HNCs after being accepted on a dual qualification scheme and cramming in revision around his work.
A college “celebrity” joined dozens of excited students as they lined up to collect their degrees at the weekend.
New training opportunities have been found for more than 100 engineering apprentices who were left stranded by the closure of an Aberdeen organisation.
Young welders tasked with creating sculptures to transform Aberdeen city centre have unveiled their work.
Eight north-east academies have competed to be crowned the winners of an annual technology competition.
A food manufacturing firm has switched apprenticeship training providers due to “issues” with a north-east college.
Pupils from a north-east college are appealing for help to complete a charity challenge.
A north-east teaching crisis is forcing pupils to drop classes in key subjects while others are having to travel to different schools to pick up vital grades.
Hundreds of people graduated from a north-east college on Saturday, but none quite had the same journey as one young woman from Peterhead.
More than 100 students will graduate from a north-east college alongside friends and family today.
North-east students have created their own life-size sculpture to cap the academic year.