Aberdeen have not given up hope of signing Shaun Maloney and are set to step up their bid to land him.
A Sunday league team for Aberdeen supporters are flying the red flag in the Central Belt.
If Aberdeen are to sign Greg Stewart it will be after the Europa League deadline for registering players.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne today urged the Red Army to return to Pittodrie to boost Derek McInnes' fight to bring in top signings.
The Stone Roses gig in Glasgow saw 10 people arrested for a range of offences.
Two churches in Aberdeen were targeted by thieves who stole cash and items.
Two masked men armed with knives have tried to kill a man at his home in Glasgow.
Activists are collecting money to repair a penis-shaped rock formation in southern Norway after the popular tourist attraction was found badly damaged.
Dreams of saving the world were the inspiration for one of yesterday's medical graduates.
Volunteers and community groups who have gone above and beyond for their area have been recognised.
There can be no better testament to excellent customer service than winning an award voted for by the public.
The organiser of a major running event, which will take place in Aberdeen later this year, has said it is good to be back in the city.
Aberdeenshire Council has changed the design of some traffic calming measures at a new recycling facility after motorists complained.
New Environment Secretary Michael Gove ruled out the Scottish Government having a direct role in Brexit talks during a visit to Peterhead.
More than a fifth of flights from Aberdeen International Airport have been hit by delays in the last year, a new report has found.
A North-east councillor who campaigns against irresponsible dog walkers is under investigation - for failing to clean up after his own pet.
A cancer charity has exceeded expectations with the launch of Aberdeen's first Culture Crawl.
An Aberdeen man who assaulted and robbed a stranger of his house keys before attacking two neighbours who went to his aid has been ordered to carry out unpaid work.
A former Dons player has been handed a fine for speeding on a North-east road.
Two people have been charged after drugs worth £25,000 were seized in the North-east.
A number of city centre roads will be closed tomorrow for the Armed Forces Day parade.
War medals have been stolen during a break-in at an Aberdeen property.
Police are appealing for information after a man approached children in a North-east park.
Police today released CCTV of a man they want to speak to after a suspicious fire in Aberdeen.
A collection of 20 decorated anchor sculptures has been brought together for the first time before being moved to new locations across the country.
Five North-east schools have been named as having defects similar to those in Edinburgh, which saw 17 forced closures last year.
Two men accused of stealing a football trophy - which was later found in the North Sea - have been cleared.
An £18 million contract to improve a notorious Aberdeen bottleneck is up for grabs from today.
A North-east event postponed in the wake of a terror attack last month is set to take place this weekend.
A North-east councillor has been suspended for six months after lobbying colleagues about a proposal to build a controversial wind turbine on his farm.
North-east mums will be able to access NHS infant feeding advice from the comfort of their own home via video calling.
An under fire Aberdeen councillor has been called on to resign from his role as deputy provost immediately by one of his opposition colleagues.
A conservation organisation has launched a summer activity programme in Aberdeen.
Work to install one of Scottish Water's largest solar panel projects to date has unearthed a piece of military history.
A historic North-east cemetery wall damaged by Storm Frank 18 months ago is set to be repaired by the end of the year.