The Dons have today confirmed that Graeme Shinnie will captain his side for this weekend's Scottish Cup final.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today backed his men to be Hampden heroes and wreck Celtic’s treble dreams.
Dons midfielder Kenny McLean sealed his return to the Scotland squad with a star performance in their recent league clash with Celtic.
Dons legend Neil Simpson has urged them to seize their chance to become Hampden heroes on Saturday.
Hundreds of people, including young children, have gathered at a Glasgow vigil for the victims of the Manchester attack.
Scotland's newest MSP has been sworn in at Holyrood.
An airline pilot was forced to take evasive action after a drone came within 20 metres of his plane as he prepared to land in Edinburgh.
A married senior British Army officer accused of raping a subordinate has told a court martial trial that they joked about working naked together in her "hot and sweaty" African hotel room before they had consensual sex.
At least 15 Hindu pilgrims have been killed with another eight still missing after a bus plunged nearly 380ft into a river in mountainous northern India.
The US government is suing Fiat Chrysler, alleging that some diesel pick-up trucks and Jeep SUVs cheat on emissions tests.
It is safe to say steak has become somewhat less of a luxury in the last decade or so. Once upon a time it was a once in a blue moon treat or something to mark a special occasion.
Two North-east mums have described the moment the bomb went off inside the foyer of Manchester arena.
Marischal College will be illuminated tonight following the terrorist attack in Manchester.
Organisers of an annual celebration of Japanese culture in Aberdeen have revealed they are to present a packed programme of events this year.
A North-east man is set to run Hadrian's Wall in 24 hours in memory of his mother.
Residents are being given the chance to get active thanks to the revival of a little-known historical walking route.
The emergency department at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has been named "team of the year" at a national event.
An Aberdeen head teacher who has been named one of the best in the country had no idea she had been nominated for the award.
A street cleaner has revealed his team scrubbed an incredible 20,000 pieces of chewing gum off the pavements of a North-east community in just 20 days.
A student has been awarded a top prize for re-imagining Robert Gordon University's art school building as part of an architecture project.
An Aberdeen man has appeared in court charged with attempted murder after a man was taken to hospital with serious injuries.
A bride and groom got the shock of a lifetime when former First Minister Alex Salmond appeared at their wedding.
A little girl has smashed her fundraising target in aid of cancer charities.
A man is due to appear in court today following the discovery of £40,000 of drugs in Aberdeen city centre.
Football fans are being encouraged to show their best celebration face at a shopping centre.
A teenager has admitted attacking a man - after blaming him when he was thrown out of the guest house where they were both staying.
The widow of a life-long Dons fan has thanked supporters as they prepare to pay tribute to him at Saturday's Scottish Cup final.
Angry protesters have taken to the streets to brand the new council coalition "a laughing stock".
Hundreds of taxis and private hire vehicles have been checked as part of a crackdown on rogue drivers.
Five people have been charged after cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis were recovered from a North-east festival.
A man has been charged in relation to a serious assault in Aberdeen.
A man was left with serious injuries after being attacked in Aberdeen.
The newly-appointed Conservative leader has said the new administration really wants to "stand up" against the Scottish Government to get a "fairer funding deal for the city".
Energy from Aberdeen waste scheme could cost £63m and only ‘potentially’ offer reduced heating for homes
A proposed new district heating network only offers "potentially reduced" heating costs and could cost £63 million to establish according to a new council report.
A lifeboat crew has made one its most unusual rescues - plucking a struggling bird from the North Sea.
Fans of Scotland's national dish are being urged to tuck into the North-east's first haggis-eating competition.