Two Scottish cities were among the top 10 locations for online shopping on Black Friday this year.
THE Proclaimers made a triumphant return to the Granite City with a performance that left the crowd wanting more.
AN ABERDEEN musical society has stripped off for a fundraising calendar to bring in cash for their annual production.
A FANCY pigeon show was today hailed a success by its organiser.
Northern Ireland forward Niall McGinn says he and his Aberdeen team-mates know they have the quality to come back from adversity after they completed a remarkable second-half turnaround to beat Ross County.
DONS boss Derek McInnes admits he's hoping Kenny McLean is about to go on another scoring streak.
Scottish soldiers have celebrated St Andrew's Day in Kabul, Afghanistan, with a traditional bagpipe salute.
Andy Murray and his Davis Cup team-mates have dismissed the idea of a victory parade to mark their historic win, joking that no-one would turn up to see them.
A couple have invested £9 million to save a 14th-century Scottish castle from ruin and restore it to its former glory.
A strike by thousands of junior doctors is looking increasingly likely as last-ditch talks continue to avoid a walkout.
Former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns has been cleared of perjury and perverting the course of justice.
Former prime minister Tony Blair is to give evidence to a parliamentary inquiry looking into the UK's foreign policy towards Libya.
The Royal Mint has produced its first ever £50 coin which also has a face value for the same amount.
A Vatican judge has granted more time for the defence to prepare for a trial over the leak of confidential documents.
Turkey's prime minister has said his country will not apologise to Russia for shooting down a warplane operating over Syria that crossed through Turkish airspace.
Adele's new album 25 has sold 3.38 million copies in the US its first week, smashing single week sales records.
A dress worn by Judy Garland as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz has sold for more than £1 million at auction.
TREMBLING Bells are a heady, genre defying mix of psych, dark folk, prog and experimentalism.
JOHNNY Depp is watchable and convincing in a gritty gangster movie that reeks of fearful authenticity, builds its story and tension on the foundation of a superbly emotional and resonant central relationship and, thanks to a brilliantly written script, elevates its street lingo to the language of poetry.
Director Steven Spielberg reunites with actor Tom Hanks for an incredible true story of courage and daring that proves one man can make a difference.
Four instalments of monster mashing in Jurassic Park have taught us to be thankful that an asteroid supposedly impacted Earth around 66 million years ago and wiped out the various prehistoric predators.
AN ABERDEEN man who was fined £85 for a 12-minute shopping trip has told his story in the hope others will examine parking fines from private companies.
POLICE were today appealing for witnesses following a theft from a bookmakers in Aberdeen.
A SEVERE weather warning was issued today for the North-east as large sections of the A90 come to a standstill.
A HORSE was killed after being hit by a car on a North-east road.
A PEDESTRIAN was today in a critical condition after being hit by a car in Aberdeen.
PLANS have been lodged to build more than 100 homes in the grounds of a hospital in the hope it will address problems recruiting nursing and teaching staff across the North-east.
A COUNCIL has estimated it will spend almost £600,000 less than it had planned on staffing - mainly as a result of teacher shortages.
Aberdeen Twins are to face-off against one another in a charity boxing match.
A TRIO of entrepreneurs' plans to produce the first Aberdeen-distilled gin in more than 100 years have taken a step forward.
A CHARITY boss today said hardship in Aberdeen will get worse before it gets better.
THE number of crimes logged at Aberdeen International Airport is four times higher than it was three years ago.
HUNDREDS of people are camping out overnight outside an Aberdeen shop to get hold of a pair of limited edition trainers
MORE than £1,000 has been stolen from a North-east shop.
A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after falling into Cove Harbour.
THE co-founder of Brewdog has revealed the craft beer company's second Aberdeen bar will open in two weeks.
A NORTH-EAST MSP has joined a celeb chef to encourage people not to waste food this Christmas.
A MAJOR-WINNING golfer helped turn Aberdeen into a winter wonderland.
Brian McLeish, head chef at Moonfish Cafe, gave this easy recipe to use up Christmas leftovers.
A CRECHE for babies - or one for dogs - could form part of the expansion of a craft beer firm's headquarters.
GENERATIONS of customers have been left crestfallen by the imminent closure of a historic toy shop.
A COUNCIL committee has agreed to trial a reduced winter maintenance budget this year.
MORE operations are to take place on two busy Aberdeen roads in a bid to deter drivers from speeding.
ACTS from across the region showed off their skills in a bid to get the chance to perform on Britain's Got Talent.