A CAR kitted out to collect data for satellite navigation systems drew glances from passers-by as it visited the North-east this week.
A SWIMMING pool which was set to close throughout the summer is now scheduled to shut in October.
A GROUP of North-east teenagers have filmed two videos along with a national charity to highlight mental health issues and stereotyping.
A CHARITY boss today spoke of his concern after a service that supports vulnerable people had to cut its hours due to a lack of money.
DONS captain Ryan Jack today issued a rallying call to the Red Army.
ABERDEEN FC have been boosted by the news that x-rays have confirmed defender Mark Reynolds HASN'T suffered a broken shoulder.
ABERDEEN'S Europa League qualifying opponents KF Shkendija were today looking down the barrel of a fine of 10,000 Euros after Dons keeper Danny Ward was targeted by laser pens.
Greek voters go to the polls today in a crunch referendum on the country's debt deal, with the impact set to ripple across the rest of Europe whatever the result.
A gas engineer who was shot three times during the Tunisian beach massacre has told of the moment he shielded his fiancee and told her: "I'm going to die."
The Government is to fund a permanent memorial dedicated to the victims of the Tunisian beach massacre, David Cameron has announced.
Andy Murray is Britain's sole Wimbledon survivor once again after fellow Briton James Ward crashed out of the tournament.
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".
IN TERMINATOR Genisys, the misfiring reboot of James Cameron's apocalyptic time-travelling saga, Arnold Schwarzenegger's cyborg assassin repeatedly references his advancing years in a dystopian world of young pretenders.
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.
A WOMAN has been taken to hospital after being hit by a bus in Aberdeen.
SCHOOLS all over the North-east broke up for summer today prompting us to reminisce about how we used spend our holidays back in the 80s and 90s.
A CAR ended up in a bush after a two-vehicle crash on an Aberdeen road today.
A MUCH-LOVED dad and talented footballer is to be remembered though the sport he loved.
LITTLE Alfie Gibson may only be three days old, but he has already given his parents enough excitement to last until his teens.
PLANS to build a new concert and conference venue in Aberdeen have been given a major boost with a multi-million pound investment.
FOODIES have the chance to be paid in cake by joining a panel of afternoon tea tasters.
A MUM-OF-FOUR today told of her joy after her severely disabled daughter defied doctors' predictions and finished school.
OFFICERS have said there will be a larger police presence at a community gala next year after a number of incidents.
PARENTS are planning to present a petition to the Scottish Parliament in a bid to reverse a decision to stop school bus travel in a North-east town.
A QUARRY in which convicts once hammered red granite could be set for a major expansion.
AN ABERDEEN community has again been blighted by fly-tipping - while other areas of the city now have a patrol dedicated to tackling the problem.
THREE people were arrested after immigration raids on two takeaways in Aberdeen.
A SHELTERED housing complex was evacuated tonight after a fire broke out.
ROADWORKS for the new Aberdeen bypass will begin on a major North-east road this month – lasting for just over a year.
A KIND-HEARTED North-east schoolboy has raised hundreds of pounds for charity - by giving up his birthday presents.
HOUSING officers are to inspect three high-rise flats in Aberdeen following complaints about waste and drug use.
PLANS have been lodged to create a new supermarket and petrol station in a North-east town.
PUBLIC opinion is divided over plans to tackle the North-east's worst bottleneck.
AN ALCOHOLIC was told to stop drinking or face death "imminently", weeks before he was allegedly killed in a drunken brawl.
UNION leaders have urged oil workers to back proposals from firms over new shift patterns.
TWO men are to embark on a gruelling 1,100-mile bike trip to help a charity that saved a loved one's life.