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.
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.
CURIOSITY nearly got the better of a cat who climbed into a van and travelled more than 100 miles from home.
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.
Scotland could benefit from more jobs and business if changes are made to the way the European Union (EU) operates, the new Confederation of British Industry (CBI) president will tell industry leaders.
A new fund to encourage film and TV producers to locate their productions in Scotland has been launched.
Michael Matheson will address MSPs on the multiple controversies that have engulfed Police Scotland during Holyrood's summer recess.
A senior United Nations official has called on Britain to take more people fleeing Syria after shocking pictures of a drowned refugee boy ratcheted up the pressure on Europe's leaders to act.
David Cameron has sought to head off a damaging backbench revolt over Europe as the Government tabled changes to the rules on the promised referendum on Britain's EU membership.
English drinkers subsidise non-drinkers by £6.5 billion a year, a report claims.
Tempers flared among the thousands trapped in a makeshift camp in the heart of Budapest as Hungary for a second day blocked migrants from travelling deeper into Europe.
Rihanna said she is thrilled to have had a decade-long career in music as she launched her new fragrance RiRi in New York.
Supermarket giant Tesco is to tap into the rapidly growing vinyl music market this week when it sells the new album by British rock group Iron Maiden.
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.
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.
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.
PEOPLE were today being urged to make it difficult for thieves to break into their homes following a spate of daytime thefts.
A woman has been taken to hospital after a one-car crash on a busy Aberdeen road.
TEN-year-old children whose mothers’ diets lacked vitamin D and E during pregnancy appear more likely to develop asthma, according to new research.
POLICE were today looking for the driver of a vehicle that was involved in a hit and run incident.
ABERDEEN'S biggest ever Winter Festival was today launched - complete with a month-long Christmas village.
EIGHT people have been charged in one day in a bid to crack down on antisocial driving.
TWO cats had to be taken for treatment after being shot with a pellet gun.
OFFICERS have recommended councillors push ahead with discussions about the reopening of the iconic Bon Accord Baths.
PROPOSALS to create a number of facilities including a leisure centre in a North-east town have taken a step forward.
A SUPPORT centre for people living with a serious neurological condition is to be sold to cover a six-figure pension shortfall.
A SAFE taxi scheme has been launched in Aberdeen.
AN ABERDEEN lollipop lady has returned to work after being named the country's School Crossing Patroller of the Year.
THE boat that played a pivotal role rescuing survivors of the Piper Alpha tragedy is to be scrapped.
PETERHEAD and Fraserburgh lifeboats have been launched to rescue a vessel which crashed into rocks near a North-east lighthouse.
POLICE were today appealing for a woman, who was approached by two men, in a bid to assist with an investigation into an indecent assault.
WITH more than 150 animals waiting to find a loving home, the staff at Drumoak's rehoming centre have their hands full.
SUMMER is finally due to arrive in Aberdeen thanks to a popular daytime TV show.
SEPARATE proposals which could lead to more than 1,000 homes being built have taken a step forward.