A CARRIAGEWAY on a major North-east road has been shut after a crash.
'MINK' — that was the word randomly delivered to North-east bus passengers today.
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ABERDEEN FC today landed a tough Scottish Cup tie away to Premiership rivals Hearts in the fourth round.
One of Scotland's most senior police officers is to be questioned by MSPs after officers breached guidelines in a bid to find out details about journalists' sources.
Suspended SNP MP Natalie McGarry has given her party leader a vehement assurance that she is not guilty of any wrongdoing as police investigations continue into missing donations from the pro-independence group she founded.
A severely disabled grandfather has launched a fresh legal bid calling for guidance to be issued over assisted suicide in Scotland.
DJ Neil Fox used to take regular secret telephone calls while on air from a teenage girl he had sexual relations with, an alleged victim has told his assault trial.
A campaign has been launched to warn motorists that a second alcoholic drink can double the chance of being in a fatal collision.
Rare footprints of giants that once roamed Scotland have been discovered on the Isle of Skye.
A Good Samaritan who intervened in a street row was murdered when her assailant thrust a broken wine bottle into her neck, a jury has heard.
The US is expanding the special operations force in Iraq to help Iraqi and Kurdish forces fight Islamic State militants, defence secretary Ash Carter has said.
One penguin is dead and two others are missing at the Dortmund Zoo as police in Germany said they are investigating a possible string of crimes.
Fictional broadcaster Alan Partridge has a new gig - co-hosting the TFI Friday Christmas comedy special with Chris Evans.
Adele's new album 25 has sold 3.38 million copies in the US its first week, smashing single week sales records.
THE Proclaimers made a triumphant return to the Granite City with a performance that left the crowd wanting more.
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.
AN ABERDEEN park has made it to the final three in a UK-wide competition.
HOTEL staff were celebrating winning a gold award.
AN ABERDEEN supermarket has officially reopened following a refurbishment.
TRAIN travellers are facing delays between Aberdeen and Dundee due to ‘broken rails’ at Carnoustie.
Two Scottish cities were among the top 10 locations for online shopping on Black Friday this year.
THOUSANDS of people braved the wintry conditions to see the switch-on of Aberdeen’s Christmas lights.
A BOY who spoke out against racism in the House of Commons has told how fighting leukaemia has inspired him to help others.
AN ABERDEEN musical society has stripped off for a fundraising calendar to bring in cash for their annual production.
AN INVESTIGATION was under way today after cash was stolen from an Aberdeen bookmakers.
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.
A NEW bus gate is to be introduced on an Aberdeen road in March.
MOTORISTS were today being urged to drive with care due to icy conditions on North-east roads.
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.