Derek McInnes today praised his players for turning the tables on Rangers in the battle for second spot in the Premiership.
For the first time in his Dons career Graeme Shinnie had to watch the action rage on from the substitute’ bench at Kilmarnock.
Boss Derek McInnes today revealed he is already planning to sign up more Dons stars long term - with keeper Joe Lewis on his wish list.
The top 10 of Aberdeen's all-time appearances list reads like a who's who of club legends.
The UK Government's most senior adviser on Scots law has been charged with a firearms offence.
Nicola Sturgeon has backed Scotland's women's football team to raise the profile of the sport as she unveiled a funding partnership ahead of this summer's European Championships.
The sister of a soldier killed in the Korean War has been presented with the Elizabeth Cross 65 years after his death in recognition of his bravery.
While Labour was celebrating Gareth Snell’s by-election victory in Stoke, elsewhere in Copeland, Conservatives were making history with Trudy Harrison winning the seat for the part for the first time in 34 years.
New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street shocked (and amused) audiences with cliffhanger ending that has gone viral.
A judge will let only one other accuser testify at Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial to bolster charges that the actor drugged and molested a woman at his estate near Philadelphia.
Gore Verbinski, director of the opening three salvos of the Pirates Of The Caribbean series and Rango, slinks into bonkers territory usually inhabited by Tim Burton and Wes Anderson in this unsettling and achingly stylish psychological thriller.
Following the success of the original John Wick, Keanu Reeves has reprised the role of the world's most feared assassin for a second time. He tells Susan Griffin what he loves about the movies and whether he'll be back for round three
A decade-long error by Aberdeen City Council means hundreds of thousands of pounds has not been claimed back from the UK Government.
Residents and visitors could help reopen a tourist route by making a donation to the works – according to a community councillor.
Plans have been lodged to build a major roundabout as part of proposals to create 600 homes in the North-east.
A derelict food factory which has been blighted by vandalism has now been damaged in a fire.
A crowdfunding campaign is on course to reach its target to help open Aberdeen's first permanent vegan cafe.
X Factor winner Sam Bailey has announced her forthcoming 2017 tour, with special guests from the North-east.
Plans are expected to be brought forward to pedestrianise part of a North-east town centre.
An Aberdeen man has admitted stalking his former neighbour – by repeatedly driving past her home.
Schoolchildren across the region have been invited to enter their artwork into a local charity's competition.
Price hikes for using leisure facilities in Aberdeenshire will be capped at 20% for the next year.
Cashless parking is to be introduced to Park and Pay car parks in the North-east.
A turf-cutting ceremony has marked the official beginning of construction on a new £13 million school.
An offshore worker who stabbed his wife after going on a nine-day drinking binge when he lost his job has been jailed.
Oil workers on a North Sea platform have been left without internet access.
Rush hour delays were caused after cars crashed on an Aberdeen road.
War medals were among a number of items stolen during a spate of housebreakings.
A post office has reopened after a refurbishment.
A section of the A90 will be closed from tonight to allow for AWPR construction work to take place.
An emergency has been sparked today after a horse fell more than 9 metres (30 feet) down a North-east cliff.
A busy North-east road has been closed today after a lorry crashed down an embankment.
A unique post-apocalyptic-themed event that requires participants to use their brains or lose them has launched in the city.
Aberdeen City Council is to investigate introducing low-vehicle emission zones throughout the city after passing its budget.
An Aberdeen university principal is among the highest-earning among his UK peers, a report into pay and perks for senior university staff has found.
Two monster West End hits are heading for Aberdeen.
Two North-east mums who walked along the Great Wall of China to raise more than £80,000 for The ARCHIE Foundation are using their experiences to help a future trek generate more cash.
A council could paint double yellow lines on 13 different roads around schools in the North-east to increase safety.
A Councillor is appealing to have a climbing wall built at a North-east academy.
Tickets go on sale tomorrow for an Aberdeen gig by alternative rock band Twin Atlantic.