Dons midfielder Kenny McLean was this afternoon left out of the final Scotland squad to face England in their vital World Cup qualifier on June 10.
Dons striker Jayden Stockley has protested his innocence over the challenge that left Celtic's Kieran Tierney potentially requiring specialist surgery on a mouth injury.
Heartbroken winger Jonny Hayes today claimed he will be haunted by his misplaced pass that should have left Kenny McLean with a sitter in the Scottish Cup final.
A "sweetheart deal" between Labour and the SNP after the June election could result in a "government in chaos", Theresa May warned, as Scotland's First Minister said she would use such an agreement to get as much of her nationalist manifesto implemented as possible.
Jeremy Corbyn has insisted he will not do a deal with the SNP to gain power at Westminster.
The bodies of two men who died in a light aircraft crash have been formally identified.
A football that was booted off an Aberdeen pitch and ended up 1,100 miles away has been returned.
Youth employment has dropped by almost 30% to 44.8% in Aberdeen since 2008.
After the warm weather over the past few days, water safety advice has been issued to help keep people safe around water.
Staff from an oil and gas company have helped to raise more than £60,000 to help sick children.
A former North-east piggery could be turned into a holiday homes park.
CHC is in talks with UK pilots union Balpa over proposed changes to pay and terms and conditions.
A man is to appear in court in connection with a crash which saw a car overturn on an Aberdeen city centre road today.
A fire that spread from a derelict building to the roof of a North-east social club may have been started deliberately.
School pupils in the North-east have teamed up to create an original outdoor board game.
An Aberdeen man today spoke about using the oil downturn to fulfil a lifetime ambition of cycling across Europe to Romania.
A live music festival is set to take place in the grounds of a historic garden this week.
A man has admitted driving on a pavement as part of a bid to get away from police.
Health warnings have been posted up after potentially harmful bacteria was found in a burn close to an Aberdeen school.
Council chiefs have been warned about a looming shortage of senior teachers in Aberdeen as a majority of primary heads approach retirement.
A project to combat a gull infestation in a North-east town is seeking additional funding.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a disturbance in an Aberdeen community.
A cyclist has been taken to hospital following a collision with a motorist on a North-east road.
A talented youngster is jumping with joy after winning a place in a nationally renowned dance school.
A support worker has been given a 12-month warning and told to write an essay on her behaviour after she refused to take a resident to the toilet.
A woman is limbering up to take on a gruelling challenge in memory of her mum.
A new zero waste community cafe is getting ready to open its doors in an Aberdeen community.
This is the first glimpse inside the new international arrivals hall at Aberdeen airport.
The first tenants of homes being built on the site of a former jail will move in at the end of the summer.
A local authority has been urged to improve access to polling stations following complaints that disabled and some elderly people were unable to vote during recent elections.
Aberdeen City Council will take enforcement action after trees were cut down at a historic mansion without consent.