A mum-of-nine who travelled the globe to untangle her family tree has opened an art exhibition detailing her adventures.
One of the most important events in the north-east’s cultural calendar commenced yesterday with the launch of the Gray’s School of Art Degree Show.
While the Green in Aberdeen is home to charming shops and impressive street art, it is also the heartland of one of the murkiest periods in the city’s history.
A unique conference aimed at empowering people with learning disabilities will be held in the north-east this month.
Students at Robert Gordon University have been given a standing ovation by Aberdeen Performing Arts for their fundraising efforts in support of the £7 million Music Hall transformation project.
The principal of Robert Gordon University says he is “fully confident” an investigation into the appointment of his business associate to a key role will be “fair and impartial”.
A ground-breaking study to ensure North Sea workers were able to escape from helicopter windows has been recognised with a prestigious award. Robert Gordon University (RGU), along with Step Change in Safety, carried out the research in 2015, measuring the shoulder-width of the 75,000-strong offshore workforce. To read more go to Energy Voice.
Over £17,000 has been raised for good causes by event management students at Robert Gordon University.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) has teamed with the Energy Industries Council (EIC) for a second year to run an awards scheme aimed at future leaders in the oil and gas sector.
Young movie enthusiasts are preparing to showcase some hidden cinematic gems as they stage their own film festival in Aberdeen.
Painting students from Aberdeen have been given the chance to showcase their works in Scotland’s capital.
A business co-founded by a Robert Gordon University lecturer has just bottled a rare fusion of Scotch and Indian whisky.
A leading academic has said the future of more than 600 staff working at Aberdeen universities is still in doubt due to Brexit.
In the days after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers in New York, hand-made posters could be seen pinned to walls and lamp posts throughout the city begging passers-by for information on missing people. Today we once again see such messages – but now they are on social media.
Two fashion shows unveiling the creations of final year Aberdeen design students will take place in the city later this week.
A pineapple that was left in a Robert Gordon University art exhibition as a prank has now been adopted as a work of art.
It was one of the most unique features at a recent Aberdeen festival.
RGU and First Aberdeen have come together to provide late night buses for students studying late for their exams.
Fashion management students at Robert Gordon University have released a trailer for their digital fashion show.
Work has begun on a new student accommodation complex in Aberdeen.
Inflatable sculptures inspired by old scientific equipment were at the centre of a masterclass that got an art festival underway.
A respected senior figure at Robert Gordon's University has been honoured at a special event marking her retirement after three decades at the institution.
Two students from Robert Gordon University are through to the finals of a negotiation competition in Norway.
Talented young scientists from Kemnay Academy will represent the north-east at the national finals of a prestigious chemistry competition.
A team from Robert Gordon University toured Vietnam this week to help promote the Aberdeen institution.
A recent graduate of Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen has been granted a place on a unique course in film and television.
An Aberdeenshire stately home is benefiting from the expertise of aspiring designers and transforming itself into a new venue.
An Aberdeen university has revealed plans to boost the training opportunities for paramedics by launching a new course.
Talented students from the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen have landed scholarships as part of the commitment to ensure people from all backgrounds are represented fairly.
A former Aberdeen student wanted for the murder of a colleague has been spotted in a remote part of Nepal.
Two staff members at Robert Gordon University's Gray's School of Art have contributed to an exhibition of contemporary art at Edinburgh's Summerhall.
Aberdeen primary pupils have learned how to use the magic of 3D printing technology to create cut-outs of their favourite Harry Potter characters.