Motorists were stranded in half-hour queues in rush hour yesterday because of roadworks in two busy roads in the west of Aberdeen.
It’s often said Queen Victoria, along with Sir Walter Scott, was responsible for starting the Scottish tourism boom.
Police have launched an appeal after a man was assaulted outside the Malmaison hotel in Aberdeen. The incident happened between midnight and 1.30am today. The condition of the 41-year-old male who was assaulted is unknown. Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses and in particular a woman who offered assistance to this man.
A ram-raider who nearly died after crashing into a piece of heavy machinery as he fled has been spared jail.
A north-east trainee music teacher has admitted to crashing a car while under the influence of alcohol.
Police are appealing for information following the disappearance of a teenager from Aberdeen.
Police are appealing for information following the disappearance of a 16-year-old boy from Aberdeen.
Aberdeen council chiefs paid a Roman Catholic holy order more than £12million to buy a school and the bishop’s residence in the leafy west end of the city.
New scaled-down plans to transform a former Aberdeen private school into a hotel have been revealed.
Emergency repair works to Aberdeen's electricity network has forced a road closure in the city.
A diversion sign outside a city park raised eyebrows yesterday due to two unfortunate misspellings.
Police are investigating after a rickshaw was stolen from an Aberdeen school.
An international business and financial advisory firm’s expansion plans, which will see it move from Aberdeen’s west end to offices in a new landmark city centre development, have been hailed as a further sign of returning confidence in the area’s economy.
A primary school pupil was rushed to hospital after a large chunk of a playground mural collapsed on top of him.
Firefighters are in attendance at an Aberdeen primary school after a pile of clothes was set alight outside it.
Members of an Aberdeen sports club say crippling business rate increases are to blame for the imminent closure of their home of almost 50 years.
You need not be on the property ladder to enjoy a luxury development or great location, both of which are on offer at 74b Queens Road.
Do you ever look at photographs of other people's homes and get "house envy"?
A major revamp of Aberdeen Youth Hostel is underway with work due to be completed ahead of the organisation’s 60th birthday celebrations later this year.
It was once the biggest man-made hole in Europe - and produced more than 10 million tonnes of granite over three centuries
Ever dreamed of building a mini home on site, be it for elderly parents or as a stylish guest house?
Rent a home fit for royalty, right in the heart of Aberdeen.
A townhouse with a modern twist can be found at 8 Rubislaw Drive in Aberdeen.
Engineers are in attendance on a street in Aberdeen after power went down earlier this afternoon.
Sometimes you can view a house and from the outside it seems like a dream come true but its interiors are more like a nightmare.
A student who caused the death of a north-east pensioner by careless driving just days after Christmas has narrowly avoided jail.
This is the moment a motorist was captured on camera driving in a busy street - looking at his mobile, with his laptop plugged in and wearing earphones.
A student has been convicted of causing the death of a north-east pensioner by driving carelessly just days after Christmas.
A young woman accused of killing a pensioner by driving dangerously was using her mobile phone just minutes before police were called to the fatal crash, a court heard yesterday.
Emergency services attended a road traffic collision on the roundabout between North Anderson Drive and Queen's Road at around 10.30pm.
Police are appealing for information after a woman had her handbag stolen in Fraserburgh.
A historical architect's map that shows how Aberdeen's west end looked 144 years ago is to be sold off at a book fair later this month.