POLICE and ambulance have been called out after a crash on an Aberdeen road this afternoon.
TWO men are expected to appear in court today after around £8,500 of class A drugs were recovered in Aberdeen.
The Scottish Government’s investment strategy has been dealt a “hammer blow“ as a result of a change in classification for a major roads project, Labour has claimed.
PATIENTS at an overcrowded Aberdeen health centre could soon be receiving treatment in a temporary cabin.
Labour has called on the Scottish Government to "come clean" on delays and costs surrounding capital projects.
Almost 350,000 children in Scotland will be worse off as a result of "shameful" changes made by the UK Government to tax credits, the SNP has claimed.
Puffin numbers on one of Britain's most important seabird colonies may be hit by the terrible summer weather, wildlife experts have warned.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) is "very alarmed" by claims that one third of Olympic and world championships medals - including 55 golds - won by athletes in endurance events were awarded to competitors with suspicious doping test results.
The Bank of England will announce its latest interest rate decision this week amid speculation that there will be a split vote among officials for the first time this year.
A social worker's report on a woman who wanted to care for two children might as well have been "written in a foreign language", a family court judge has suggested.
The speaker of Australia's House of Representatives has resigned following weeks of accusations that she used taxpayer money to pay for extravagant and unnecessary travel.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has met Egyptian officials in Cairo as part of a Middle East trip aimed at allaying concerns over the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.
The first full trailer for the new Bond movie, Spectre, has been released.
Simon Pegg has revealed he could not resist cheating on his Mission Impossible diet.
SOAKING up the sun, lounging by the pool and devouring an abundance of sinful snacks and desserts until I was fit to burst.
DESPITE gargantuan advances in medical science, we still don't fully understand the complexities of the human brain: its ability to process vast quantities of information, solve problems and store memories.
MAGGIE unfolds in a bleak, colour-bleached future ravaged by a deadly contagion, which takes six to eight weeks from infection to transform a healthy human host into a monstrous husk, capable of spreading the virus with a single bite.
FETED by some sports commentators as the greatest boxer of all time, Sugar Ray Robinson possessed one unshakeable quality that gave him an edge over his opponents.
A NORTH-EAST film producer has scooped an accolade for his work on a movie partly shot in Aberdeen.
TRADE in a town centre could drop by 40% if plans for a new supermarket go ahead, according to a report.
A MAJOR development on the outskirts of the city could be finished in time for the opening of the Aberdeen bypass.
PLANS for a new community hub which will provide healthcare services have been lodged.
ABERDEEN City Council chiefs have issued a survivor's guide to help city residents combat a growing seagull problem.
A SECTION of a notorious road is to shut for thousands of pounds worth of improvements works next month.
INVESTIGATIVE work as part of a £170 million railway improvement scheme is to begin - in the middle of the night.
A BUSINESS organisation is nervously awaiting the results of a population centre beauty pageant.
A TOP DJ is to headline a music event next month as it returns to the heart of Aberdeen for the second year in a row.
A "LONELY" 87-year-old man has been put on the sex offenders register after he kissed shocked shop staff - twice.
POLICE have warned the public to be vigilant after bogus workmen targeted the home of an elderly woman in Aberdeen.
HEALTH and safety chiefs were due to visit the base of a North-east engineering company today following an industrial incident.
POLICE have released CCTV after a man was seriously assaulted in Aberdeen.
A WOMAN today spoke of her terror after she claimed she was followed home by two men in a mystery black car.
A YOUNG motorist has been acquitted of causing the death of a student by driving carelessly.
A BANK has announced it is to close more North-east branches.
VOTERS were going to the polls today to elect two new city councillors.
A 15-YEAR-OLD boy has been charged after a teenage girl was allegedly knocked down by a motorbike in Aberdeen.
AN OIL firm today announced it is reviewing the bonus provision of 200 offshore workers.
POLICE have today confirmed a fire that ripped through a derelict building is being treated as suspicious.
A WORKER suffered serious injuries today after being crushed at North-east engineering firm.
Wood Group PSN (WGPSN) is set to shed 200 positions across its offshore and onshore sites.