Dons manager Derek McInnes tonight refused to comment on reports skipper Ryan Jack is poised for a summer move to Major League Soccer club Columbus Crew.
Aberdeen fans are being urged to donate funds needed for a crowd display in a bid to inspire the Dons to victory in next month’s Scottish Cup Final at Hampden.
Joe Lewis has his sights set on becoming a Premiership record breaker with the Dons this season.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said the SNP has presided over a "week of chaos" in national election campaigning.
Eight people have been arrested following the Old Firm clash on Saturday.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon made a basic error in trying to "weaponise Brexit", Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said.
Pope Francis has warned that "a good part of humanity" will be destroyed if tensions with North Korea escalate, and he is calling for diplomacy and a revived United Nations to take the lead in negotiating a resolution.
President Donald Trump marked his 100th day in office by claiming historic action on his agenda, renewing promises on health care and taxes and attacking the news media for misleading Americans.
Pupils with an innovative business idea to help the environment have won a competition for their entrepreneurial skills.
An Aberdeen scientist awarded a grant of up to £1.5 million to study tumours has highlighted the impact which Scottish people can have on life-saving cancer research - just by ticking a box.
Church bells in Aberdeen have been ringing a different tune as part of a city festival.
A new business park has finally been approved for a North-east community after debates over a Travellers’ site threatened to derail the plans.
A North-east ski centre has seen its worst season in almost four decades.
The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay have paid a visit to a North-east village to witness its resurgence following devastating floods.
An Aberdeen university has risen two places in the latest The Complete University Guide.
Bank bosses have been accused of treating their customers with “utter disdain” over three North-east branch closures.
Social media has been utilised by thieves in a recent spate to hit the North-east.
A North-east MP's bill aimed at tackling violence against women has received royal assent.
An Aberdeen primary and nursery school, which was saved from closure, has been ordered to improve after a critical report from a watchdog.
Employees at Sport Aberdeen are considering industrial action over a withheld pay increase.
Investigators today confirmed that last year’s fatal North Sea helicopter crash off Norway was caused by a “fatigue fracture” in one of the Super Puma 225s gears.
"The worst thing is in the mornings - if he's not up before us - we go into his room thinking 'is he still alive?'"
Paramedics were called to treat a motorcyclist who came of his bike in Aberdeen.
Church bells, electronic signs and giant sculptures that listen all form part of Aberdeen’s Look Again festival
The launch of Scotland's fastest growing contemporary art festival has been hailed by organisers for creating a "buzz" around the Granite City.
Plans for a North-east village that include a food hall, cinema, hotel and leisure and business facilities have been unanimously approved by Aberdeenshire councillors.
Plans to extend a 16th century museum could lead to "increased nuisance parking" on a harbour pier, it has been claimed.
A North-east man who was caught growing cannabis plants in his garage has been ordered to carry out unpaid work.
An Aberdeen community group is getting in step in a bid to buy land to improve a city area and create a space for children to play.
Gymnasts from all over Britain will descend upon the AECC this weekend as the Scottish Gymnastics' Gymfest hits Aberdeen.
A new scheme to tackle antisocial motorcycling among young people is being trialled in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen has suffered the highest level of cuts to additional support needs in Scotland, with a 49% funding drop in the last four years.