Adam Rooney is hoping that having another cup final in the bag will ensure the Dons make a strong end to their Premiership campaign.
The Dons today claimed they are not looking to sell midfielder Kenny McLean to Rangers.
Manchester United, Ajax and Lyon could all hand Aberdeen qualifying boost with Europa League victory
Aberdeen still have hope of a second round entrance to the Europa League - but need a hand from this season's semi-finalists.
With 20 clean sheets this season, Joe Lewis' last-gasp save in the Scottish Cup final was the latest act in a sensational debut season for the keeper.
Nicola Sturgeon is prioritising public services and community investment as she takes the SNP election campaign to a key constituency.
More than 10 million leisure journeys are expected on Britain's roads between Friday and Monday as motorists embark on a getaway for the May Day bank holiday.
A commission set up to examine education reforms has raised concerns over the "highly-prescriptive" guidance which accompanies direct funding for headteachers.
Chaos has swept into Macedonia's parliament as demonstrators stormed the building and attacked politicians to protest the election of a new speaker despite a months-old deadlock in efforts to form a new government.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said that China has threatened to impose sanctions on North Korea if it conducts further nuclear tests.
More than 30 handbags and hundreds of other prizes are up for grabs in a special Trinity Centre competition.
Bungling thief who stole two magazines from Aberdeen shop caught after fingerprints found on newspaper
A bungling robber who got away with just two magazines during a raid at an Aberdeen newsagent's was caught after leaving his fingerprints on a newspaper.
A death-defying free fall adventure is set to come to Aberdeen next month.
Two fundraisers who have overcome the odds to carry on running are urging people to join them for the first Great Aberdeen Run.
Drivers are being warned of traffic restrictions when a North-east town holds its annual May Day celebrations next week.
The Queen’s cousin has announced a multimillion-pound expansion of a “new town” in the North-east.
Scotland's Economy Secretary visited the site of the £14.6 million Inverurie Health Hub a month into its construction.
A groundbreaking campaign which has reduced suicides in the North-east by almost a third is hoping to reach 20,000 people by this summer.
Scotland's fastest growing visual art festival was to get under way in Aberdeen today.
A busy North-east road will be closed for three nights as work is carried out on a major infrastructure project.
A man has been charged after allegedly stealing a safe from an Aberdeen takeaway.
Fire crews were called after people were trapped in a burning building.
GPS are missing opportunities to help diagnose cancer earlier in nearly 20% of North-east patients.
An Aberdeen council chief came under fire today after it was revealed £200,000 of public funds are being spent on repairing a wall on his land.
Generous individuals from throughout the North-east have come together to raise more than £10,000 for a cancer support charity.
A leading Scottish artist has unveiled limited edition prints which will help fund the Aberdeen Art Gallery's renovation.
An Aberdeen student is to perform in public a song he penned for his dying neighbour.
Super Puma 225 flying restrictions will not be lifted based on the findings of a new report into last year’s fatal helicopter crash in Norway.
A trio of bakers from an Aberdeen patisserie made their debut on a national TV baking show last night.
A career criminal who lashed out at a police officer and security officer at the city's sheriff court has been locked up.
Furious residents of an Aberdeen community have criticised First Bus for using the suburb to train drivers - after cutting their services.
Eastenders legend Phil Mitchell is coming to meet and greet fans in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen's new exhibition and conference centre is starting to take shape as a steel frame has started to rise from the ground at the site.
A man has praised the initiative of sports centre staff after they saved his life during an exercise class.
Letters by an Aberdeen suffragette will be given new prominence thanks to more than £8,000 of grant funding.