A jack-knifed crane is causing hold-ups on a street near Aberdeen Harbour. York Street is said to be blocked due to the incident, thought to have happened between 2pm and 3pm. The crane is said to have been getting shifted from a harbour vessel to a storage yard when it happened. More to follow.
An Aberdeen MSP wants the public to be kept better informed during city road works following the "protracted" closure of a vital commuter route.
An Aberdeen man has spoken of being abducted at gunpoint while travelling around South America.
It was the super yacht that caused a stir when it docked amid the rabble of offshore vessels in Aberdeen Harbour.
A second hydrogen refuelling and storage station could be built in Aberdeen.
Once the excitement of the Commonwealth Games is over and before Autumn sets in, why not make the short trip to Northern Ireland to unwind and kick back?
Traffic lights on a busy Aberdeenshire road will remain in operation for five weeks longer than was originally scheduled.
Off to the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony today but not sure about the best route to take in Glasgow?
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Aberdeen head out to Riga, the capital of Latvia, on Wednesday for their second match against Daugava Riga.
It's the no frills bus famous for getting you across the country for as little as £1.
A crash in Aberdeen city caused minor road delays this morning.
Panda fans will need to wait and see if Edinburgh Zoo’s Tian Tian falls pregnant, but in the meantime, they might want to consider a trip to the giant panda capital
A pilot scheme designed to support the travel costs for educational trips to the Cairngorms National Park has been extended because of its success.
ADJ clutches a pair of headphones to his ear, while cueing up the next track on his state-of-the-art mixing deck. The noise of the crowd almost drowns out the pulsing house tune he’s playing, as Singapore’s “it” crowd enjoy a Saturday night on the town.
We’re on what’s termed a 14-day ‘Discovery’ cruise of Indonesia’s islands, rightly described by Lonely Planet as some of the world’s loveliest – but amid so much beauty there are the confronting images of poverty that tear at the heart strings.
The sun was most definitely over the yardarm as the young Greek waiter guided our small motorboat and its thirsty occupants into a mooring space on the simple wooden jetty.
Nostalgic ferry travellers will have been gloomy to hear this week’s news that Northern Europe’s largest integrated shipping and logistics company DFDS are planning to close their historic passenger ferry service between Harwich and Esbjerg.