Aberdeen attacker Niall McGinn was today linked with a potential summer move to League One Oxford United.
Aberdeen's battle for the right to move to a new stadium at Kingsford is still very much on.
Dons skipper Ryan Jack says they are ready for their big push for glory in the closing weeks of the season.
Dons defender Andrew Considine is poised to take another step up the club's all-time appearances chart next week.
The Liberal Democrats have called for the Economy Secretary to be "censured" over the collapse of a possible £10 billion agreement with two Chinese companies.
Singer Emeli Sande has shared her sympathy with the campaign for a fresh independence referendum, saying British politics has left Scottish people feeling "insecure".
A doctor's dishonesty in a phone conversation about Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey was "an isolated incident in an otherwise unblemished career", a medical tribunal has been told.
Carl Clark, a California man who was recognised six decades after his bravery during the Second World War with a medal of honour that had been denied because he was black, has died at the age of 100.
Donald Trump is proposing immediate budget cuts of 18 billion dollars (£14 billion) from programmes like medical research, infrastructure and community grants so US taxpayers, not Mexico, can cover the down-payment on the border wall.
A section of a busy Aberdeen road has been closed after a car ended up on its roof following a crash.
A man has been found after a search involving armed police in Aberdeen.
We imagine a large number of our readers will remember the moment the first pound coin was released in April 1983.
Collectors around the UK are already hunting down the special new £1 coins which some believe could be worth more than 25x its face value.
A man has been handed a three-year road ban after he drove while over the limit on a city road.
A man has been banned from the road for 15 months after he got behind the wheel while more than three times the limit.
Police have been cleared over a double murder in Aberdeen.
A group of Aberdeen schoolchildren has taken a trip down memory lane - as the primary seven pupils sampled life as World War 2 evacuees for the day.
Judges for this year's Trades Awards have said the standard of entries has been "particularly high".
A North-east care home manager has been called before a watchdog over a raft of allegations - including ordering vulnerable OAPs to be removed from a room because their presence was an "embarrassment".
Aberdeen's clubs, bars and music venues are among those set to benefit from the appointment of a new late-night manager.
Youngsters have taken part in the first ever North-east Junior Rock Challenge.
A patch of community land in Aberdeen has been transformed by a group of hard-working volunteers.
An Aberdeen school is planning to purchase more temporary cabins to teach pupils in - because it can't cope with the rise in numbers.
An Aberdeen university is set to open a new campus - in South Korea.
A man had to be rescued from a river in Aberdeen after crashing his mobility scooter.
Craft beer firm BrewDog has reversed its decision to force a family-run pub to change its name or face legal action.
A North-east castle has celebrated 10 years of being run by the community.
Weather conditions are expected to be ideal for North-east Northern Lights watchers tonight.
A former police officer was today banned from contacting a married woman he stalked and assaulted while having an affair with her.
Police are today appealing for witnesses after a serious two-car crash on a busy North-east road.
Six people, including a 13-year-old girl, have been charged after a crackdown on shoplifters in the North-east.
Oil workers have been left fearing they will develop cancer after being exposed to radiation while on a North Sea platform.
Musically talented children from an Aberdeen primary school have reached the national stages of a Glee competition.