A tractor and agricultural machinery have been taken from a property in the North-east.
THREE Shetland ponies at a North-east animal shelter are looking for new homes.
THREE men are set to appear in court today in connection with alleged housebreakings in Fraserburgh.
A LEISURE centre will be closed to allow for phased repair works to be carried out.
DONS boss Derek McInnes today admitted he is delighted Mark Reynolds' injury nightmare is over.
SCOTLAND U21 goalie coach Jim Leighton today admitted his return to Pittodrie will be tough.
Scottish authorities do not understand why the country has one of the highest drug death rates in the world despite several calls for research in recent years, government-appointed researchers have found.
The Forth Bridges have re-opened after a controlled explosion was carried out at the construction site of the new crossing.
THE M90 and Forth Road Bridge have reopened to traffic after bomb disposal experts carried out a controlled explosions.
Prince Harry has put the disappointment of England's Rugby World Cup exit behind him and celebrated the grassroots of the sport at a tiny Devon club.
Vitamins taken by millions to ward off cancer may accelerate the spread of malignant skin tumours, a study has found.
A registered gas fitter who brought an outdoor generator below the deck of his boat despite knowing that carbon monoxide sensors were disabled, awoke to find his partner and her 10-year-old daughter dead, a court has heard.
Large numbers of Hungarian nationals were employed as a "slave workforce" by a bed-making firm which supplied household name retailers like John Lewis, Next and Dunelm Mill, a jury has been told.
German chancellor Angela Merkel and French president Francois Hollande have urged European politicians to pull together amid multiple crises in a highly unusual bid to heal divisions within the European Union caused by the influx of refugees, debt crises and encroaching nationalist sentiment.
Russian president Vladimir Putin spent his 63rd birthday on the ice, playing hockey with NHL stars against Russian officials and tycoons.
RAPPER and singer Professor Green has been taking in the sights and sounds of Aberdeen today.
Former Apprentice candidate James Hill has won Celebrity Big Brother, beating American Austin Armacost, best known for being the ex-boyfriend of designer Marc Jacobs, into second place.
BELIEVE it or not, Oasis' classic album (What's The Story) Morning Glory has just celebrated its 20th birthday.
BUDDING theatre stars are being offered the chance to star in this year's panto at His Majesty's panto ... oh, yes they are!
Sam Smith has made history by scoring the first ever number one James Bond theme with Writing’s On The Wall.
IN 1988, Beaches starring Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey was the weepie du jour for a generation of women hankering for a bittersweet portrait of steadfast sisterly solidarity.
Aker Solutions has confirmed it is set to axe up to 70 North Sea jobs.
POLICE are warning of delays following a crash on the A90 northbound at the Charleston Flyover.
A DEBATE about a bid to build a new dialysis unit was set to take place today.
A major operation is under way to rescue an 82-year-old yachtsman whose stricken vessel started drifting towards a gas platform in the North Sea.
POLICE and ambulance have been called out after a motorbike crash on a North-east road.
EMERGENCY crews have been called after reports of a small boat experiencing difficulties on the Moray coast.
DRIVERS have been warned to take care after a fuel spillage on a major North-east road.
POLICE are appealing for information after machinery and tools were stolen from an agricultural shed in Aberdeenshire.
POLICE are investigating after thieves repeatedly targeted a family's grave at a North-east cemetery.
RUSH hour commuters are facing long delays tonight after traffic lights failed at one of Aberdeen's busiest junctions.
PLANS have been put forward to replace a busy Aberdeen roundabout with traffic lights.
HAWKS have been flown in as part of the creation of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.
A DEAL to deliver 2,000 homes in Aberdeen over the next two years is set to be signed off this week.
A SCALED-DOWN World War 1 trench has been built at a North-east museum.
A MAN has been taken to hospital with neck injuries following a four-car crash on the A90.
A WOMAN was taken to hospital today after a two-car crash on a North-east road.
A SUPERMARKET giant has removed 66,000 packets of garlic bread following an investigation.
A GARDENING crew working in Aberdeen had a shock – when they uncovered a gun buried at a North-east home.
THE A90 Aberdeen to Fraserburgh road has reopened after reports a lorry knocked down a power line.
PEOPLE will be able dress up as their favourite superheroes and villains at a new costume convention.
A SENIOR councillor today said the city council is looking at how it will take forward the transport needs of the city – as trams are suggested to run north of Aberdeen.