FIRE crews are tackling a house blaze in Aberdeen this afternoon.
ONE person has been injured and a busy Aberdeen road shut after a car smashed into a lamppost this afternoon.
SAFETY measures were today unveiled for the new bridge over the River Don.
Energy firm GE Oil and Gas today announced plans to cut jobs at its facility in Peterhead due to low oil prices.
DONS midfielder Kenny McLean has FC Kairat Almaty firmly in his sights as he attempts to continue his scoring spree for the club.
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A body has been found in the search for a missing hillwalker in the Scottish Highlands.
Retailers and buyers are being urged to support Scottish dairy farmers in a "time of need for the industry".
The bodies of the relatives of Osama bin Laden were "incinerated" when the private jet they were flying in crash-landed at a car auction site, a coroner has said.
The body of a 12-year-old girl who died in a swimming accident on a school trip to France has been brought back to the UK, her family has said.
Britain is spending more than £70 million a year to support failed asylum seekers, the Government has revealed.
Cilla Black died of a stroke after falling and hitting her head at her Spanish villa.
German justice minister Heiko Maas has said he will request the dismissal and retirement of the country's chief federal prosecutor Harald Range.
Cameroon has expelled more than 3,000 Nigerians as part of the fight against Nigeria's Islamic extremists who have launched attacks across borders, officials said.
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.
AN ANIMAL charity is appealing for information after a dog was found in a poor condition.
CHILDREN were left at risk of “serious injury” after climbing onto the sill of an open window at a North-east nursery, according to a watchdog.
A BUSY Aberdeen commuter route is to close for almost a week.
AN ABERDEEN shopping centre has installed mobile phone charging towers, so customers can add some much-needed power to their phones while out and about.
NORTH Sea workers at a global oil firm are expected to move to a three-on/three-off shift pattern early next year.
POLITICAL groups are being asked to remove campaign posters after a string of complaints from the public.
A union has urged offshore workers to accept an offer from the Offshore Contractors Association over North Sea working conditions.
AN INVESTIGATION into the drainage networks of Aberdeen is being carried out after severe flooding hit the city.
AN ABERDEEN family whose son died aged just four weeks today pledged to reach their fundraising target.
A FAMILY celebration is to return to an Aberdeen park next month for the first time in more than a decade.
AN INVESTIGATION was today under way after a man was left fighting for his life following a crash.
SCOTLAND’S first-ever ice cream trail is to come to the North-east.
ONE of the world's top hotel operators was today set to make a home on the outskirts of the city.
AN ABERDEEN youngster was celebrating today after striking gold at a prestigious sporting event.
THE family of a young autism sufferer is hoping to raise thousands to provide her with a dog to help with her condition.
SCOTTISH Labour constituency groups across the North-east are split over who should be the next UK leader and deputy leader.
FOUR Coastguard teams were scrambled to rescue a dog which had fallen down a cliff at an North-east beauty spot tonight.
FIFTEEN people have been charged after a summer safety campaign by police.
A MAN is today fighting for his life in hospital after a two-car crash on a North-east road.
POLICE and ambulance have been called out after a crash on an Aberdeen road this afternoon.
THIEVES have raided a charity twice in one week, stealing around £10,000 of goods including kids' sports equipment.
AN ABERDEEN business has claimed it's lost out on thousands of pounds of trade due to flash floods leaving the shop without a phoneline and customers unable to pay by card.
A TEMPORARY bridge is to be built over a busy commuter road as part of the creation of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.
AN EVENT to celebrate cinema in the Granite City is to return with three unconventional venues for 2015.