PUBLIC opinion is divided over plans to tackle the North-east's worst bottleneck.
POLICE were today investigating after a car was found torched on a North-east beach.
UNION leaders have urged oil workers to back proposals from firms over new shift patterns.
A FISH and chip shop boss rubbed shoulders with the rich and famous as he received an MBE at Buckingham Palace.
SHALEUM Logan today claimed Aberdeen are ready to turn up the Euro heat on Macedonia's KF Shkendija in Skopje.
ATTACKER Niall McGinn today vowed the Dons are ready to bust a gut to make Skopje the first step on the road to the lucrative Europa League group stages.
Sir Bruce Forsyth led tributes to Irish singer Val Doonican, who has died aged 88, describing him as a "lovely man".
The BBC is to cut more than 1,000 jobs, including many managerial roles, because of a £150 million shortfall in its licence fee income as more people watch programmes online.
Nearly one in four people aged over 65 years old are owed money by their adult children, a study has found.
Virgin West Coast is the least punctual rail company in the country, with just under three-quarters (73.6%) of their trains arriving within five minutes of their scheduled time, according to new statistics.
Controversial rapper Kanye West had a close encounter as comedian Lee Nelson stormed the stage as he kicked off his headline set at Glastonbury.
EastEnders is set to be rocked by what show bosses are saying is "an EastEnders villain like no other".
WORKING nine to five? Then catching an all-singing, all-dancing show is the perfect way to let your hair down.
YOU can have too much of a good thing. In small doses, Despicable Me's goggle-eyed hench-creatures are a deranged delight.
SATURDAY night was more than alright for thousands of Elton John fans in the North-east.
THINK of Geordie comic Ross Noble, and what's the first thing to come to mind?
TWO men are to embark on a gruelling 1,100-mile bike trip to help a charity that saved a loved one's life.
OIL giant Shell has been fined more than £6,000 after a diesel leak.
A POPULAR Aberdeen city centre bar is to get a major makeover.
GRAMMY Award-winning jazz and soul sensation Gregory Porter is to perform at Aberdeen's His Majesty's Theatre next year, it was announced today.
A MAN has been taken to hospital after his car crashed into a lamppost near an Aberdeen school.
THE team behind the Aberdeen Film Festival are hoping North-east movie buffs will help fund the event's sequel later this year.
NINE youths - aged between 12 and 17 - have been charged in connection with a fire at an Aberdeen hospital.
PEOPLE across the country will have the chance to check if their partner has a history of domestic violence after a successful trial in Aberdeen.
CANCER treatment times in the North-east were among the worst in Scotland, health chiefs revealed today.
PLANS for a new multi-million pound school have been approved.
THIS is the new road that could finally bust jams at the North-east's worst bottleneck.
A MAN accused of killing someone in Aberdeen claimed to have smoked a legal high before the incident, a court has heard.
FOR years it has been just a line on a map looping around Aberdeen.
SUMMER was due to finally arrive in the North-east this week with temperatures set to hit 25C (77F).
JEWELLERY and gadgets worth more than £10,000 have been stolen in a North-east house raid.
A HISTORIC castle which played host to Scotland's most famous poet is up for sale.
A SCHOOL with a history stretching back nearly 760 years has appointed its first female head teacher.
RESIDENTS today reacted angrily to plans by a council to remove children's play equipment.
A NORTH-EAST family today spoke of their heartache after a dad-of-two died in a motorbike crash - 16 months after his partner and mother of his children also lost her life in a road accident.
A SUSPICIOUS package found in a town which forced a bomb squad to attend the area is believed to have been an organic substance.
An oil worker stranded in Azerbaijan is “hopeful” that a solution could be found to bring him home next week.