The battle for Aberdeen South was shaping up to be one of the more brutal contests in Scotland, with the SNP preparing to fight hard to wrestle the Westminster seat back from one of their biggest detractors.
The Tories have pulled support from their Aberdeen North election candidate amid accusations of antisemitism and homophobia.
The Scottish Parliamentary journalists’ brief encounter with Boris Johnson at a distillery in Moray last week was one of the stranger experiences of the election campaign so far.
Boris Johnson said that former Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson was right to quit following allegations he groped a Labour MP.
Aberdeen City Council co-leader’s twitter page has mysteriously vanished - just a day after being selected as the Conservative candidate to replace Ross Thomson in Aberdeen South.
Aberdeen City Council co-leader Douglas Lumsden replaces Ross Thomson as candidate for Aberdeen South
The Scottish Conservatives have announced candidates for the Aberden South and Aberdeen North seats at the upcoming general election.
Conservative MP Ross Thomson has stepped down as the party’s candidate in next month’s General Election, as he claimed “malicious” allegations against him had made his life a “living hell”.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has announced he will not seek re-election following accusations he groped another MP.
A Labour MP has claimed he was groped in a Westminster bar by Scottish Tory MP Ross Thomson.
The surge in NHS Grampian tranquilliser-related hospital admissions is part of a “highly disturbing” trend in the fake drugs black market, a UK Government minister has said.
Scottish Government ministers will advise MSPs to refuse consent for Boris Johnson's Brexit agreement.
Discussions about establishing a free port in the north-east are continuing "at the highest levels of government".
Boris Johnson's revised Brexit deal has been given the thumbs up by north-east Tories, farmers and fishermen.
Aberdeen harbour bosses have said “further investigation” would be needed before it could become a free port as suggested by Boris Johnson.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson yesterday urged the Scottish Government to deliver rail improvements for Cove and Altens, warning the city cannot afford another “decade of dither”.
North-east MP Ross Thomson has accused the Lib Dems of "economic vandalism" after members tabled a motion calling for the abolition of free ports.
The UK Government was last night urged to explain how it intends to give Aberdeen “free port” status.
An Aberdeen MP has argued that controversial bus changes have been "rushed through."
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson has urged local organisations, residents and businesses to make the Greyhope Bay project a reality.
North-east ports have been encouraged to apply to become part of a special tax exclusion zone - which could potentially create tens of thousands of jobs in the region.
Police officers should be guaranteed the same level of support as the armed forces, an influential group of MPs have said.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has been criticised by a leading drugs reformer for arguing so-called "shooting galleries" would not cut heroin abuse or drug deaths.
North-east Tory MPs Ross Thomson and Colin Clark have revealed they are backing Boris Johnson to be Britain's next prime minister.
Ross Thomson has thrown his weight behind a new political campaign aiming to win working class votes for the Tories.
An inquiry into Scotland's battle with drugs has heard that increasing cocaine and steroid use among middle class people in the north-east could have a time-bomb effect on their health.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has called for the abolition of the Scotland Office and the post of Scottish Secretary to protect the UK.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has been threatened with legal action after he described the SNP's Westminster leader Ian Blackford as a "simple arms dealer” on social media.
Theresa May has written to the European Union to request a further delay to the UK's departure date.
MPs were sent home more than two hours early this afternoon because of a leak from the roof of the House of Commons.
A £500,000 project to tackle the blight of flooding in an area of Aberdeen has been hailed as a “life-changing" initiative.
The number of foreign workers coming to start life in the north-east has dropped dramatically in the three years since Brexit was announced.
A north-east MP has accused the Treasury of acting "in bad faith" over the loan charge, a new tax due in April that will affect up to 100,000 contractors who used controversial tax avoidance schemes.