A woman has been taken to hospital after a one-car crash on a busy Aberdeen road.
TEN-year-old children whose mothers’ diets lacked vitamin D and E during pregnancy appear more likely to develop asthma, according to new research.
POLICE were today looking for the driver of a vehicle that was involved in a hit and run incident.
PROPOSALS to create a number of facilities including a leisure centre in a North-east town have taken a step forward.
More than 16,500 Dons fans have already snapped up tickets ahead of the Celtic clash later this month.
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte and ex-chief executive Charles Green are due in court over the ''alleged fraudulent acquisition'' of the club in 2012.
More than a quarter of families have bought or rented a new property to get their children into their desired school, research from Santander has found.
Almost one in five trainee GP posts are vacant this year, according to figures obtained by Scottish Labour.
A former violin teacher at a Manchester music school who was facing sex abuse allegations shot himself dead as officers arrived at his home in the US to arrest him.
Peter Andre, Kellie Bright and Ainsley Harriott were among the celebrities trying out their first glitzy outfits for this year's Strictly Come Dancing.
NHS staff are to be offered physiotherapy, counselling and Zumba classes as part of a drive to cut absence rates.
David Cameron has reaffirmed his commitment to the Government's controversial free school programme as 18 new projects were given the green light.
Police in helicopters, with dogs and armed with rifles were conducting a massive manhunt in northern Illinois after an officer was fatally shot while pursuing a group of men.
President Barack Obama stared down a melting glacier in Alaska in a dramatic use of his presidential pulpit to sound the alarm on climate change.
Rihanna said she is thrilled to have had a decade-long career in music as she launched her new fragrance RiRi in New York.
Supermarket giant Tesco is to tap into the rapidly growing vinyl music market this week when it sells the new album by British rock group Iron Maiden.
An award-winning show by a Hollywood director is to head to Aberdeen after a two-year challenge.
WHEN the Chatty Man arrives in Aberdeen with a show called Yap, Yap, Yap you kind of know what you're in for.
IRON Maiden bassist Steve Harris is relishing the chance to return to his roots with solo project British Lion.
THE boat that played a pivotal role rescuing survivors of the Piper Alpha tragedy is to be scrapped.
PETERHEAD and Fraserburgh lifeboats have been launched to rescue a vessel which crashed into rocks near a North-east lighthouse.
POLICE were today appealing for a woman, who was approached by two men, in a bid to assist with an investigation into an indecent assault.
WITH more than 150 animals waiting to find a loving home, the staff at Drumoak's rehoming centre have their hands full.
SUMMER is finally due to arrive in Aberdeen thanks to a popular daytime TV show.
SEPARATE proposals which could lead to more than 1,000 homes being built have taken a step forward.
AN ONLINE petition has been launched against a proposed harbour development in Aberdeen.
AN OBJECTION has been lodged against a planned outdoor swimming pool - because it could "have a significant effect on salmon".
A COUNCIL is proposing to merge two jobs at a primary school in a bid to attract a new lollipop man or woman.
Maersk Oil today confirmed it would invest $4.5billion in its high pressure, high temperature Culzean field in the UK Central North Sea.
A MAN has been taken to hospital following a crash in a North-east town.
POLICE are today appealing for information in relation to the theft of a car in Aberdeen.
A MAJOR North-east commuter route is blocked following a three-vehicle crash.
A fuelling vessel has been towed into a harbour after a collision with a cargo ship.
TWO men have been charged after an alleged stabbing outside an Aberdeen pub left three people in hospital.
A MUM and dad today told of their shock after their young son suffered a second-degree burn by stepping on a discarded barbecue.
A FOOTBALL ground could be set to almost treble the number of seats following thousands of pounds worth of investment.
IT'S the end of an era for two Brigade companies who are preparing to hold an official closing ceremony more than 60 years after they were founded.
AN 80-YEAR-OLD woman is celebrating after welcoming a new generation to her already sizeable family.
AN ABERDEEN dad is set to cycle across the country for a charity which helped his baby before she died.
BON Accord Heritage today said community support is an "essential" part of getting the project off the ground.
TRIBUTES were today paid to a much loved former councillor and community leader who has passed away.