NEW images for the £107 million Marischal Square development were today unveiled. Click here to see all the new pictures and video
POLICE were this afternoon called to a crash involving a car and a motorbike.
A MOTORIST towing a trailer along the A90 near Aberdeen may have been unaware that part of it had flown off and badly damaged the car behind, police said today.
TWO bus drivers from Aberdeen are to compete in a national contest in a bid to be crowned Bus Driver of the Year.
More than 16,500 Dons fans have already snapped up tickets ahead of the Celtic clash later this month.
Chelsea have signed former Dons Loanee Michael Hector from Reading, where the defender will remain for the season as one of the Barclays Premier League champions’ 32 loan players.
A Holyrood committee has urged Labour and the Scottish Government to work together to improve fatal accident inquiries (FAIs).
Teaching unions have signalled their backing for a deal on pay and conditions despite branding the offer "disappointing".
A murder inquiry has been launched after a teenager died following a stabbing.
David Cameron is expected to come forward with new plans within the next few days which could see thousands more Syrian refugees come to the UK.
A mother feared to have been planning to travel to Syria with her four children has been arrested after returning to the UK.
Conservatives will launch a drive to "wipe out" Labour as soon as the party chooses a new leader, one of the candidates has warned.
T hree people have been shot and one of them has died near a baseball field on the campus of a US college.
The father of a Syrian boy found washed up on a Turkish beach has spoken of the devastating loss of his loved ones.
Robert Pattinson's ex-girlfriend, Kristen Stewart, has beaten his current flame to the top spot in Glamour's annual 50 Best-Dressed Women list.
Rihanna said she is thrilled to have had a decade-long career in music as she launched her new fragrance RiRi in New York.
A NEW big screen version of the classic novel Sunset Song – partly filmed in the North-east – will hit cinemas across the country on December 4.
An award-winning show by a Hollywood director is to head to Aberdeen after a two-year challenge.
WHEN the Chatty Man arrives in Aberdeen with a show called Yap, Yap, Yap you kind of know what you're in for.
IRON Maiden bassist Steve Harris is relishing the chance to return to his roots with solo project British Lion.
A NEW image has been released today of the proposed Marischal Square development as the work reaches its 10 week mark.
THE next stage of blasting work to make way for the new Aberdeen bypass is set to begin tomorrow.
PLANS for the development of a North-east harbour have stalled following the publication of a report.
THE Bon Accord Baths could become a "jewel in Aberdeen's crown" once more as discussions get under way to reopen the building as a community-run facility.
POLICE are appealing to car owners to be vigilant against opportunistic thieves in Peterhead following a number of thefts.
EMERGENCY crews were called after a crash near Craibstone golf course today.
EMERGENCY crews have been called after a car went off a busy North-east road today.
A SECTION of a busy commuter route is blocked this afternoon after a car was abandoned across the carriageway.
You don't get much sweeter than this baby Shetland Pony called Toffee.
A THREE car collision has closed a busy Aberdeen route this afternoon.
Councillors have approved a recommendation to enter into discussions with a community group over the reopening of the city’s iconic Bon Accord Baths.
AN ABERDEEN woman today spoke of her heartbreak at the prospect of being torn apart from her family.
A NORTH-EAST dinner lady has been cooking up a storm in a national competition.
STEPS to prevent another baby ashes scandal include new laws, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
AN ABERDEEN group has been set up to help refugees in Calais.
A STAR from one of televisions most watched dramas is set to appear at an Aberdeen nightclub.
TODAY the future of Aberdeen's iconic Bon Accord Baths was set to be decided.
CABBIES are to be given directions in customer service that could help the North-east win "World Host" status.
A COUNCIL has unveiled plans to redress the teaching shortage in the region's primary schools by launching a part-time education course online.
A PRIMARY pupil spent her summer holidays crocheting hats for newborn babies.