A man caught distributing fake £20 and £50 notes in Aberdeen claimed he only turned to counterfeiting because he found an unwanted photocopier in a skip.
A new pantry-style foodbank has quadrupled its membership quadruple in six months since its opening.
Hard-working youngsters have had their efforts left in ruins after a vandal attack at an Aberdeen primary school.
An Aberdeen man has appeared in court charged with the murder of his mother at her home in the city.
Designs that could result in reduced speeds, widened pavements and safer crossings will soon be on display to the public.
An Aberdeen electricity substation has been transformed into a giant, colourful boombox after the local community collaborated with an international artist.
Fears have been raised for hundreds of care home residents in the north and north-east after administrators were brought in by Four Seasons Health Care.
It’s known locally as Muggers Brig, but could colour help reduce crime at this ‘unsafe and unwelcoming’ Aberdeen underpass?
Calls were made yesterday for a community to take part in a public consultation to help reduce crime.
An Aberdeen community has hailed the return of a “lifeline” service after the reopening of its post office.
A class of Aberdeen school children have come together to urge the council to make use of a derelict sports facility in Stewart Park.
A Post Office has re-opened in an Aberdeen community after a three-year absence.
An Aberdeen reverend has been forced to deal with “holey” matters of a different sort – after his congregation raised fears about potholes riddling the streets around his church.
A new type of food bank designed to give those in need “a hand up instead of a hand out” welcomed its very first shoppers in Aberdeen yesterday.
North-east broadcasting volunteers are planning to take over the airwaves for a 26-hour radio marathon in aid of charity work across the region.
A football match had to be dramatically abandoned at the weekend after a sinkhole opened-up in the middle of the pitch.
Police in Aberdeen are appealing for information after a vehicle was stolen from outside a property overnight.
Fire crews are battling a car blaze in Aberdeen.
Residents have been given a voice in how their local area's safety can be improved.
A man has been arrested following a two-vehicle crash on an Aberdeen road.
A plan to build affordable housing in Aberdeen that has been delayed for a decade will face at least another six months of set-backs.
North-east man drives two days after being banned – because he thought disqualification would not have been processed
A north-east man jumped behind the wheel of his mother’s car two days after being banned from the roads - in the mistaken belief the disqualification would not have been processed.
North-east rugby fans are being asked if they have the bottle to help set up the sport’s only youth programme in the north of Aberdeen.
Construction has begun on a major project to breathe new life into what’s thought to be the only purpose-built Masonic lodge in Scotland.
Police are tonight investigating the theft of a car from outside an Aberdeen supermarket.
City construction work has been blamed for a plague of rats and mice in and around homes in Aberdeen.
Firefighters were called after a derelict shed caught fire on an Aberdeen street this afternoon.
Aberdeenshire president Alasdair Farquharson says the Woodside club will undertake a period of rebuilding after withdrawing from National 2.
An Aberdeen man has collected more than 400 football shirts from across the globe - including one owned by a pope.
Aberdeenshire will make a raft of changes for tomorrow's National Cup second-round encounter with West of Scotland at Milngavie.
Tale of two cities: People living in Mannofield will live 17 years longer than those living in Woodside
Shock new figures have revealed a massive gap in the life expectancy of people in two Aberdeen neighbourhoods just four miles apart.
A Nairn bungalow was extensively damaged in a fire yesterday, with a neighbour describing how a "ball of flame" erupted and sent black smoke billowing across several streets.
Youth workers in Aberdeen will be asked to make Dragon’s Den-style pitches to city youngsters in order to secure funding for community schemes.