Dons boss Derek McInnes says he's happy to have a real selection headache to deal with today.
Aberdeen FC's Pittodrie stadium will shut for essential work next week following a power failure.
James Maddison: ‘Scoring against Rangers was a special one for me and I will look back at it for years to come’
Loan star James Maddison today warned Premiership rivals he aims to hit the free-kick goal trail.
The Scottish Government is being urged to increase child benefit payments by £5 a week when Holyrood gets new welfare powers.
The Fisheries Secretary has called on the UK Government to take the "vital needs" of Scottish fishermen into account at the December fisheries negotiations.
CCTV images of 12 people have been released by police as they continue their investigation into violence and disorder at the end of the Scottish Cup final.
In his final article, revered critic AA Gill described how the NHS could not give him a cutting-edge, potentially life-extending cancer treatment but triumphed on a human level where private healthcare does not.
A runaway tanker carrying volatile gas has slammed into other vehicles and burst into flames on a major road in Kenya, killing at least 33 people and injuring 10, officials said.
The roof of a crowded church has collapsed on to worshippers in southern Nigeria, killing at least 60 people, witnesses and officials said.
The public will have a chance to air views on controversial proposals to move a special needs school to a new £54 million community campus at a consultation next year.
Work on an Aberdeen traffic scheme is “highly unlikely” to proceed without some residents being forced to sell their homes, roads chiefs said.
Olympic hopefuls will be honing their skills in Aberdeen for new sports added to the next Games.
A second appeal has been issued to find a missing Aberdeen man.
FOR the last six decades a dedicated group of North-east volunteers has been fighting the spread of nuclear weapons.
Two people have been taken to hospital after a car flipped onto its roof on a North-east road.
A stolen van is being linked to an attempted ATM theft in the North-east.
Plans have now been lodged to create a Costa drive-thru in Bridge of Don.
The Brexit vote could see the North-east face the lowest economic growth in all of Scotland, according to a new report.
Pupils have been given their first peek at where their new multi-million pound primary school will be built.
A Muslim community in Aberdeen has come together to raise money for a young boy's life-changing operation.
Motorists heading south this weekend face delays on a busy route.
The owner of an Aberdeen bridal boutique is celebrating after the revamp of her shop won recognition.
Plans to transform a former public toilet building in Aberdeen into a cafe have been narrowly thrown out by councillors.
Councillors have unanimously refused plans to build a private car park in Aberdeen
A whisky company is heading back to Hollywood for the second time as official spirits sponsors of a major showbusiness awards bash.
A raft of parking and traffic changes, including parking restrictions around a North-east harbour, are to be considered by councillors next week.
The Attic Theatre's pantomime at the Tivoli is now established as a festive tradition - and this production is another cracker.
A cancer charity is appealing for fearless souls to undertake a popular Boxing Day dip at Aberdeen beach
Pupils went on a “magical” outing into the woods to pick a Christmas tree for their nursery.
The hunt is on for the next stars of a cancer charity's annual fashion extravaganza.
Meetings have been held to push forward council plans to take over Aberdeen's police headquarters as well as a court facility.
An Indian restaurant in Aberdeen has once again been recognised on the British stage.
Some of Aberdeen's most recognisable landmarks have been created in chocolate to raise money for a children's charity.
A final design for a piece of art that will remember Aberdonians who lost their lives in battle has been unveiled.
A man has admitted having indecent images of children on his laptop.
Residents have told how a North-east shop hit by an ATM raid has been a frequent target by thieves.
Aberdeen uni study reveals workers less likely to call in sick if it would make it difficult for colleagues
Workers are far less likely to call in sick if they know their absence will cause difficulties for colleagues, a study has revealed.