Runners from across the country are being encouraged to pull their trainers on and sign up for this summer’s Great Aberdeen Run.
Hangry, ransomware and mansplain are just some of the new entries into the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) this year.
The Oil and Gas Technology Centre has helped launch three new unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) aimed at reducing the costs of offshore inspection by up to 50%.
Staff at Fraserburgh lifeboat station received a surprise visit from a friendly face yesterday morning. A seal was spotted, by a member of the team, relaxing on the steps before making its return to the water.
TV stars have paid tribute to “always outrageous and hilarious” Dale Winton.
A north-east road has re-opened early as construction continues on a £22million water treatment works.
A fire at a block of flats in Aberdeen has closed several north-east roads.
The Smithsonian National Zoo has welcomed a baby western lowland gorilla for the first time in nine years.
Protesters caused disruption at a north-east transport company yesterday amid claims trucks were delivering fracking equipment to firms in England.
Watch this clip of Theresa May as she faces MPs in the House of Commons and explains why she ordered the attack on Syria. Take our poll below to have your say about the airstrikes: POLL: Is the UK right to launch air strikes on Syria?
This Aberdeen dog was getting a bird's eye view working with the Police Scotland helicopter unit today.
Crowds have gathered at Howe Moss Drive in Aberdeen to stage an anti-fracking protest.
An overturned vehicle on a north-east road has caused long delays for motorists this morning.
Watch this cheeky pine marten checking out an osprey nest in the early hours of Friday morning.
An Aboyne-based charity’s video has hit the headlines after a volunteer entertained a field of horses with bagpipes.
Wobbly newborn lambs gambolling in the fields are one of the traditional signs of spring.
Highlights from Wednesday’s Highland League fixture, Fraserburgh and Cove Rangers.
Louis the osprey continues to entertain as he gets to work on building his nest - but struggles to manoeuvre a huge stick.
P&J sports reporter Dave Edwards spoke to Cove manager John Sheran and Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie. He also spoke to Cove striker Nicholas Gray and Fraserburgh midfielder William West.
P&J sports reporter Dave Edwards analyses this week’s Big Game between Fraserburgh FC and Cove Rangers.
A city council leader yesterday hailed a renowned street art festival as an event which could help Aberdeen recover from the oil and gas downturn by boosting culture and tourism.
After a long, cold winter, finally getting a bit of sun and taking a trip to the beach is enough to get most of us excited.
The faces of a Paralympian, a public health pioneer and an inspiring primary school teacher have appeared on an Aberdeen wall as part of a popular art project.
A pod of Dolphins decided to investigate the new suction bucket jacket foundations of Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm today. Watch as the inquisitive creatures check-out the new addition to the surroundings. Vattenfall’s Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm project installed the first turbine tower at the site on Monday. Read more on Energy Voice here
Fans of the former Top Gear trio led by chief petrol-head Jeremy Clarkson were treated to a glimpse of their latest road test for the latest series of their new show The Grand Tour yesterday.
A bus strike has been suspended after bosses made a “fresh and final” offer at the 11th hour.
One little lamb has had people from the North-east flocking to an Aberdeen farm.
With the first turbine installed at Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm yesterday, developer Vattenfall is claiming a number of renewable energy industry firsts.
This hilarious video shows 75-year-old, Raymond Cameron entertain passers-by with his best Mexican dancing in Aberdeen over the weekend.
VIDEO: Eight years ago today, Ross County stunned Celtic in the Hampden sun to reach their first major final
It will go down as one of the finest days in Ross County’s history and in many ways, it was the first time the Staggies properly announced themselves on the national stage.
An Aberdeen company has reached the finals of an international competition to develop breakthrough carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies.
Watch the full video version of the Women in Energy event, held at the Robert Gordon University’s Sir Ian Wood building in Garthdee.