Former Aberdeen assistant manager Jimmy Nicholl believes Derek McInnes staying on as manager at Pittodrie is crucial to the Dons' hopes of reaching the Europa League group stages.
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill advised striker Liam Boyce to join Burton rather than Aberdeen, describing the English second tier as "a higher level".
Aberdeen will not be able to secure transfer target Stevie May until after the Europa League transfer deadline has passed.
Scotland's top inspector of policing has failed to give his backing to Scottish Police Authority (SPA) chief executive John Foley.
The decision to hand a defeated Tory election candidate a peerage so he can become a minister is a "total affront to democracy", the SNP has told the Government.
The Scottish Government will endeavour to make EU farming payments on time, with just over a week to go until the deadline, the First Minister has said.
Former archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey has been asked to step down as an honorary assistant bishop in Oxford after a damning review found that senior Church of England officials colluded with a bishop who abused young men.
A man killed when he drove his car packed with arms and explosives into a police convoy in Paris had pledged allegiance to the leader of Islamic State, France's anti-terrorism prosecutor has said.
French President Emmanuel Macron's new government has presented a security bill to beef up police powers amid extremist threats in Europe.
Former Open champion Paul Lawrie is convinced his house is haunted.
One of the brains behind an iconic piece of the North Sea oil and gas landscape will have a last chance to say goodbye before it is dismantled for good.
The North Sea Mariner field was discovered in 1981. Seven operators tried and failed to develop it, before Statoil came on board.
A North-east cancer charity is launching a new event in the heart of Royal Deeside.
Expectant mothers are being encouraged to register for a baby box at their next midwife appointment.
Organisers of a North-east community event are gearing up for their next summer extravaganza.
The 1,000th beam of a major North-east road project has been lifted into place.
An author has appealed to members of the public for help in solving the mystery of a North-east boat.
Councillors have unanimously backed proposals to increase the hours of operation of an Aberdeen council-funded shuttle bus to serve an isolated community.
A woman was taken to hospital after a car crashed off a North-east road.
Three more men have appeared in court charged with murder in connection with the death of a man in a North-east town.
Popular art festival SPECTRA has provided a boost of almost £1 million to Aberdeen's economy.
NHS Grampian has apologised unreservedly after a baby died following serious failings in care in Aberdeen.
A missing North-east woman has been found safe and well.
Aberdeen has dropped 61 places to 146th on a list of the world’s most expensive cities for expatriate employees, according to a global index.
Police have confirmed that no theft occurred after an incident at an Aberdeen food bank.
An Aberdeen-born charity chief whose work has helped transform lives is hoping to inspire others after being honoured with a knighthood.
Some improvements have been made to a council's transport fleet - but concerns have been raised over incomplete records and staff levels, according to a new report.
Plans for a state-of-the-art community hub have taken a step forward.
Applications are being sought for homes being built on the site of a former jail.
A newly-appointed business leader today said the health of the North-east economy is looking up.
An Aberdeen city centre shop is appealing against a demand to remove shutters - claiming they are the only thing stopping people from using its doorway as a toilet.