McGinn: Winning cup would be best way to thank Red Army for the way they have backed me from my first day at club
Niall McGinn is determined his last match for the Dons will be one he and the Red Army will remember for the rest of their lives.
Dons boss Derek McInnes says he picked Graeme Shinnie to captain them in the Scottish Cup final because he wants to get the focus back on trying to win the trophy for the first time in 27 years.
There will be no victory parade on Sunday if the Dons lift the Scottish Cup on Saturday.
Fired-up midfielder Kenny McLean today warned Aberdeen can hurt Celtic's 'Invincibles' to lift the Scottish Cup.
A Holyrood committee has said it has no confidence in the leadership of Scottish Police Authority (SPA) chair Andrew Flanagan.
An elderly woman has been jailed for three-and-a-half years for sending a death threat to Theresa May.
The suspect in the Manchester bombing attack telephoned his mother hours before the attack and said "forgive me", a spokesman for an anti-terror force in Libya has said.
Spanish prosecutors are considering whether Cristiano Ronaldo should face charges over allegations by the country's tax agency that he defrauded the authorities of 15 million euro (£12.9 million) between 2011 and 2014.
It is safe to say steak has become somewhat less of a luxury in the last decade or so. Once upon a time it was a once in a blue moon treat or something to mark a special occasion.
NHS Grampian has been ordered to provide further training and supervision, after a health visitor failed to spot a baby had abnormal fluid on the brain.
The SNP's group leader said he has been left "stunned" after councillors narrowly voted against recovering costs from the owner of a wall at the centre of a repair bill row.
Union Street has been transformed this morning ahead of the city's stage of the Tour Series.
Singer-songwriter Sandi Thom has been confirmed in the line-up for the after-party of the North-east's biggest food and drinks festival.
Part of a busy commuter route is to shut for work on Aberdeen's new bypass.
Artefacts dating from as far back as the Stone Age have been uncovered on a site at the University of Aberdeen.
Councillors have agreed to go ahead and get a full business case prepared for a proposed district heating network despite resistance from an Aberdeen community.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost has said he and his suspended Labour party colleagues could not turn down the offer of a coalition with the Conservatives and independents after the Tories agreed to their entire manifesto.
New images have been released showing how an Aberdeenshire ice cream empire's first parlour will look.
A man has been charged after £6,000 worth of class A drugs was seized from a home in Aberdeen.
A mum and dad have said they hope a custodial sentence will be imposed on the man who admitted assaulting their daughter just days before she killed herself.
A mum-of-two who battled an aggressive form of cancer is preparing to trek more than 26 miles this summer, just over a year after her diagnosis.
Armed officers are on patrol at Aberdeen Train Station today after Monday's bombing in Manchester.
Top cyclists from around Britain will descend on Aberdeen tomorrow for the latest stage in the Tour Series.
An Aberdeen community council has appealed to residents to "save our trolls" after the beloved creatures were thrown about and damaged.
A brother and sister duo are to take on a 24-hour gaming challenge for charity.
A North-east dog re-homing charity is to hold its biggest event of the year.
The curtain has gone up on three blockbuster musicals heading for Aberdeen.
Plans to improve literacy in Aberdeen are under way, after secondary pupils in the area ranked among the worst in the country for achieving the expected level of reading, writing, listening and talking.
North-east firefighters have put their local community's first public access defibrillators on show.
New hi-tech virtual system could be introduced to stamp out illicit use of parking permits in Aberdeen
A new parking system which uses virtual permits to tackle fraudulent usage is being developed by a Aberdeen City Council.
Councillors will consider plans to build a temporary visitor centre as part of a £375 million Aberdeen harbour expansion this week.
Aberdeen SNP leader Stephen Flynn has branded the actions of the city council's new ruling coalition "the worst of the worst".
A new bridge over the River Don is under consideration, according to a new report.
A man has appeared in court charged in connection with an alleged assault of another man in Aberdeen.
A £50 million project to develop a North-east harbour has taken a step forward with the arrival of a huge dredger.
A North-east community council has hit out at an oil company after a heavy-duty crane travelling to its site fell into a ditch.
Mystery surrounds the sudden appearance of a number of Dons murals across the city.
Women's Aid will mark 40 years of support for victims of domestic abuse and violence with a special event in Aberdeen.