Former offshore workers are swapping black gold for blackboards – and carving out new careers in the classroom.
A busy Aberdeen road has been made one-way to allow for work to be carried out on a suspected gas leak.
Police have been called after a group of horses are on the loose in Aberdeen.
Two women have been charged in connection with the theft of a statue from a North-east shop.
This historic footage, including commentary, shows the Aberdeen, Celtic Scottish Cup final in 1967.
Niall McGinn admits he has sights set on scoring more wonder strikes for the Dons.
Dons captain Ryan Jack could be facing several weeks on the sidelines because of a knee injury.
Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles has been named Scotland's best restaurant in an influential food guide.
More work is needed to gauge the demand for college courses following a steep drop in part-time students, according to a report.
Hackers appear to have targeted Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones after it was reported that explicit photos of the actress were posted online.
Motorhead frontman Lemmy has been immortalised in a new life-size statue at his favourite Los Angeles bar.
Police are trying to identify five men whose bodies were found on a popular beach on the hottest day of the year.
Police have charged a 29-year-old man with murder following the death of British backpacker Mia Ayliffe-Chung in Queensland, Australia.
The world's first self-driving taxis have begun picking up passengers in Singapore.
A militant attack on the American University of Afghanistan ended early on Thursday leaving at least 10 people dead and dozens of others injured, a government spokesman said.
A self-absorbed, workaholic real estate mogul learns an overdue lesson in family priorities while trapped inside the body of his 11-year-old daughter's cat in Barry Sonnenfeld's mangy caper.
In 2013, Swedish filmmaker David F Sandberg released a terrifying short entitled Lights Out, which sent trickles of cold sweat down the spine.
Adapted from Arthur Ransome's beloved book, Swallows And Amazons is a charmingly old-fashioned tale of messing about on the river set in more innocent times before children became zombified slaves to their parents' tablets and smartphones.
Our pleasure is Ricky Gervais' self-inflicted pain in David Brent: Life On The Road, a toe-curling faux documentary comedy that catches up with the politically incorrect title character as he embarks on a quest for musical nirvana with his band, Foregone Conclusion.
It's been more than 41 years since the St Clement’s Bridge, spanning the entrance to Aberdeen harbour’s Victoria Dock, was demolished.
Ambulance delays for life-threatening emergencies jumped 150% in the last year in Aberdeen, new data shows.
A North-east road is closed this morning after a crash involving a motorbike and a car.
Prosafe confirmed it would substantially reduce its workforce as it targets $40million in annual cost savings.
The North-east's churches were blighted by bombing during World War 2.
A centenarian's secret to her longevity is her farming upbringing, a good night's sleep and great food.
A man who lost control of his car and crashed into a camper van on a North-east road leaving an elderly couple injured has been fined.
Plans to invest £4 million to extend a business park and create hundreds of jobs have been rejected.
Targets have been laid out in a new plan to stop deprivation in Aberdeen communities.
Plans to rebuild a village pub destroyed in a gas explosion have been approved.
A plan to develop residential land in the North-east could create up to 150 new homes.
An African king has accepted an invitation to become the royal patron of a North-east church.
Delays were expected today while engineers attempted to fix a suspected gas leak on one of Aberdeen's busiest commuter routes.
An Aberdeen mum has had her head shaved in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support as part of the charity’s Brave the Shave campaign.
A North-east school will reopen today after being forced to close due to problems with its fire alarms.
Fire crews were called to a blaze at an Aberdeen tenement block.
Aberdeen's Katherine Grainger has spoken of her plans now she has returned home from the Rio Olympics.
A North-east coastguard crew has been called after a boat was spotted billowing smoke.
A community leader today paid tribute to Julie and Lucas Walker who died in Aberdeen’s beach tragedy.
A famous Scottish ice-cream maker is setting up shop in Aberdeen.
A public hearing is to take place this week on a energy for waste facility in Aberdeen.
Coastguard officials today condemned yobs who vandalised lifesaving equipment near a North-east beach.
A man today told how he was battered by waves as he desperately tried to save people from the North Sea.
A teen who got behind the wheel while five-times the drink drive limit has been fined £1,000.
More than 120 arrests were made in connection with serious and organised crime groups in the past year.
Aberdeen shop fronts are be cleaned up thanks to a new chewing gum vacuum cleaner.