An innovative designer from the Black Isle is aiming to transform the way prosthetic casts are viewed - by "accessorising" them.
Cancer patients can learn how to eat to build strength and maintain weight after treatment, following the launch of a new support initiative.
Staff at Aberdeen International Airport got a nice surprise this morning - when big voice crooner Tony Christie stepped off a Flybe airplane.
An Aberdeen university student is fighting for her life in an Spanish hospital after falling 30 feet from a second-floor apartment balcony.
Student nurses from America and Aberdeen have linked up to boost their knowledge.
Business students will learn how to become leaders of the pack when they rub shoulders with top industry bosses.
Big voice crooner Tony Christie has been unveiled as the start turn at the cHeRries Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods.
North-east trauma and terrorism expert Professor David Alexander has commended the Greater Manchester Police for the handling of last night's terror attack.
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.
An architecture student looks to be building a bright future after scooping an award for a university project.
A display of photography has gone up showcasing the work of students graduating from the Robert Gordon University (RGU).
This year's Aberdeen Student Festival has raised more than £5,000 for charity.
The brightest young business brains in the north-east battled for supremacy last night in an event billed as “Dragons’ Den meets the Apprentice”.
Robert Gordon University has fallen 11 places in the latest university rankings released by the Complete University Guide this week.
Students from two very different subjects at a north-east university have joined forces to try and help dementia sufferers live fuller lives.
Young engineers from the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen did not quite have the wind beneath their wings yesterday as they went head-to-head racing handmade land yachts.
Potential nurses of the future can find out more on what the career entails at a special event this week.
The principal of one of the north-east's two universities has pledged to "strongly resist" proposals for a new multimillion-pound bridge.
Rival students in Aberdeen have set aside their differences ahead of one of the city’s top sporting events to record a parody of Celine Dion’s classic power ballad, “My Heart Will Go On”.
An Aberdeenshire stately home is benefiting from the expertise of aspiring designers and transforming itself into a new venue.
Robert Gordon University is backing apprenticeships by getting involved in a new graduate-apprenticeship initiative.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen has been given a £1million funding boost to help it tackle a Scotland-wide digital skills shortage.
The campaign for the cHeRries Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods, is now in full swing.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen hopes a stronger partnership with Skills Development Scotland (SDS) will improve work-based learning opportunities in the north-east.
Four students have travelled about 11,000 miles to visit a north-east university to learn more about pharmacy in Scotland.
An illustrator from Moray has been chosen to bring a popular children's book to life.
A north-east artist has added a fresh flourish to her promising career.
A woman inspired to take up nursing after caring for her grandmother was among students given degrees yesterday.
A young man from Caithness achieved his dream of graduating university yesterday at a special ceremony held at Aberdeen's Beach Ballroom.
Students have helped organise an exhibition to pay homage to a north-east sporting icon.
A visiting lecturer at Aberdeen's Robert Gordon University has won an award in recognition of nearly three decades of work promoting the relationship between Scotland and Japan.
A Robert Gordon University student has been awarded funding from a leading UK research organisation.