Calls have been made to restrict lorries on a road over safety fears.
A decision on plans to create a new supermarket will be made this month.
Retired journalist Arthur Binnie born July 1926, died on February 2. Here, in his own words, is his obituary, penned before he passed away
MORE babies born to young mothers are having a healthier start to life thanks to a new nursing scheme.
Derek McInnes praised the mental and physical strength shown by his Aberdeen players as they seized the chance to draw level with Celtic at the top of the Premiership.
Keeper Scott Brown today revealed the heroics against Celtic were forgotten just 30 minutes after blowing the title race wide open.
Aberdeen defender Graeme Shinnie today praised young Don Craig Storie for his performance against Celtic.
Aberdeen youngster Craig Storie today said he wants to pledge his long-term future to the club.
Wind power provided almost half of Scotland's entire energy needs last month, new research has shown.
Crucial talks over how Scotland will be funded when new powers are devolved to Holyrood will continue in Edinburgh today.
MSPs have welcomed a Bill that would ban parking on pavements as a "positive step" that would help disabled people and young families.
Boris Johnson has questioned key parts of the Prime Minister's proposed deal with the European Union, asking why David Cameron did not "try harder" to regain control of the UK's borders.
Storm Imogen is set to dump high tides and heavy showers across parts of Britain while also blasting it with 80mph gales.
The cream of British cinema talent was honoured at the Evening Standard Film Awards.
Three-quarters of adults support a ban on junk food advertising before the 9pm TV watershed, according to a new poll.
President Michel Martelly has made his farewell address to Haiti as he leaves office with no successor yet chosen.
The Serb pilot who landed a jetliner in Somalia with a gaping hole in its fuselage said on Sunday he never doubted that it was caused by a bomb and described the security surround the airplane at Mogadishu Airport as "zero".
Former Formula One boss Eddie Jordan is set to join the new Top Gear presenting team, according to reports.
Friends actor Matt LeBlanc is to join Chris Evans as a presenter on the new series of Top Gear.
Released in 1991, the original Point Break starring Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves was a testosterone-fuelled, homoerotic classic of the era about an emotionally scarred FBI agent, who goes undercover to bring down a gang of bank-robbing surfer dudes.
How do you improve on the perfection of Jimmy Perry and David Croft's sitcom Dad's Army, which began active service in 1968 and remains a jewel in the crown of the BBC comedy archives?
Comic whirlwind Jack Black ramps up his manic energy to gale force 10 in this fast-paced fantasy adventure based on the series of children's books by RL Stine.
MSP Jenny Marra has been ranked top of the North-east Scottish Labour list, and Lewis Macdonald second, by party members.
Movie fans are in for a treat with an outdoor cinema fright night at a university.
A woman has been taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after being hit by a car in a North-east town today.
An appeal has been launched to rehome two Staffordshire bull terriers who have become the best of friends after being rescued.
Scotland's Infrastructure Minister has called on the UK Government to increase funding for Aberdeen’s city deal.
The Aberdeen Torcher parade – which has been organised by Aberdeen University Students’ Association (AUSA) for more than 120 years – is struggling to stay afloat, faced with a lack of interest, dwindling attendance and fewer donations.
Around 230 properties in the North-east are without power today.
X Factor runners-up Reggie N Bollie are coming to Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen sports centre has been saved from being mothballed after a new deal was struck.
Organisers behind the UK's largest mobile theme park are in talks to bring more than 30 adrenaline-fuelled rides to Aberdeen's Hazlehead Park.
The clean-up operation at a golf course devastated by flooding is well under way.
A North-east restaurant is celebrating its birthday this week with a couple who have eaten at the spot almost every week for 12 years.
New police performance figures have shown that the number of break-ins in Moray has fallen by a quarter.
Eight motorists were charged as part of police crackdown on speeding.
A man has appeared in court today charged with murder after another man died in a fire in 1998.
Plans have been lodged to transform Woolmanhill Hospital into a 50-bedroom boutique hotel, along with residential apartments and complete with an innovative lighting display.
Police are investigating an attempted theft in Aberdeen today.
A woman has said she feels "lucky to be alive" after her head-on collision with another vehicle was captured on camera.
A business group today outlined plans to invest £6.5 million in Aberdeen city centre - if it secures another five-year term.
A North-east craft beer firm has opened a new bar in Hong Kong.
A new supermarket is to be built in Aberdeen creating up to 20 jobs.