A Sunda league team for Aberdeen supporters are flying the red flag in the Central Belt.
If Aberdeen are to sign Greg Stewart it will be after the Europa League deadline for registering players.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne today urged the Red Army to return to Pittodrie to boost Derek McInnes' fight to bring in top signings.
No council or housing association high-rise block in Scotland has cladding of the type said to have been used in the Grenfell Tower.
The children's ward at St John's Hospital in Livingston is to close to inpatients over the summer as a result of staff shortages.
Trainspotting star Ewen Bremner has said he is enjoying working behind the camera after "accidentally" becoming a producer in a series of short films.
Italy's farm lobby has warned agricultural production is plummeting because of prolonged heat and dry weather - and authorities are now rationing water and declaring a state of emergency in some areas.
A collection of 20 decorated anchor sculptures has been brought together for the first time before being moved to new locations across the country.
Five North-east schools have been named as having defects similar to those in Edinburgh, which saw 17 forced closures last year.
Work to install one of Scottish Water's largest solar panel projects to date has unearthed a piece of military history.
A historic North-east cemetery wall damaged by Storm Frank 18 months ago is set to be repaired by the end of the year.
A world-famous Scottish show has chosen to promote Aberdeenshire to its tens of thousands of visitors.
A North-east councillor has demanded urgent action to stop a former psychiatric hospital falling into further disrepair.
The Capitol building in Aberdeen has been named as the best new office development outside central London.
Two Aberdeen men are taking on a 251-mile physical challenge in the hope of bringing justice to a Kenyan girl.
A fire has broken out a derelict Aberdeen bowling club.
More than 70 workers have been transferred off the Bruce platform east of Shetland following a loss of power late last night, the coastguard said.
Dozens of children in the North-east have been caught with weapons at school.
People are being warned to not buy the macb brand of water as a "precaution"
A section of an Aberdeen city centre street is to remain closed for public safety as work on a £3.2 million revitalisation project continues.
Theresa May has said tests on tower blocks following the Grenfell tragedy have shown cladding on some blocks is "combustible".
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 report will be brought forward in August recommending how the role of Aberdeen City Council can be carried out by co-leaders.
A North-east cancer charity is launching a new event in the heart of Royal Deeside.
A North-east children's charity has launched an emergency appeal to raise funds to plug a £100,000 shortfall.
More than £60,000 will be spent replacing and upgrading Aberdeen council computer systems after a high-profile cyber attack earlier this year.
A mum today told of her "bittersweet happiness" as a screening that could have prevented her daughter's now incurable condition was introduced to the NHS.
A bus company has become the first in the North-east to offer a contactless payment scheme - meaning Aberdonians will no longer have to rummage in their pockets for exact change.
Former Royal Marine Commando William Skene is looking forward to taking his career in a new direction after gaining his degree.
Further disruption has been endured by motorists in a North-east town after a level crossing barrier became stuck for the second time in a week.
Expectant mothers are being encouraged to register for a baby box at their next midwife appointment.