An Aberdeen business organisation is appealing for donations of unwanted pianos to bring a global phenomenon to the city centre.
North East Scotland College
Hundreds of proud families poured into Aberdeen's Beach Ballroom yesterday to loved ones pick up their degrees and officially graduate from North East Scotland College.
Dozens of north-east students will celebrate the culmination of years of hard work today when they graduate in Fraserburgh.
A batch of potential young recruits to Scotland’s hard-pressed fishing industry is about to start a new training course at the Scottish Maritime Academy (SMA) at North East Scotland College.
Hundreds of people lined the streets of Aberdeen city centre on Saturday to celebrate the 126th annual student Torcher Parade.
Staff at North East Scotland College are celebrating after winning a year’s supply of fruit through the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) Health at Work competition.
Just over a year ago, Katie Ingram should have been getting ready to start college.
A former Fortrose Academy pupil is studying for her professional exams after receiving her HND in Accounting yesterday.
For most students, spring means exam season and all the stresses and pressures that brings.
A new initiative designed to improve training and service levels in the motor industry has had a successful first session in the north-east.
A new course at an Aberdeenshire college is offering school-leavers the chance to boost their prospects of finding work - by watching football.
North East Scotland College (NesCol) contributes over £400million a year to the region's economy, a new report has shown.
The 15th annual Taste of Grampian exhibition in Inverurie was hailed as an unqualified success by organisers.
Pupils from a Buchan secondary school have been named best of the best in an annual engineering competition.