Properties in Aberdeen have been left without power tonight after a failure.
A giant military transport aircraft has been filmed taking off from Aberdeen airport this afternoon.
A best-selling author has been passing on her words of wisdom to some budding young writers.
The Dons were today tipped to be the main Premiership title rivals to Celtic next season ahead of Rangers.
Hibs defender Paul Hanlon’s agent has denied they have opened contract talks with the Dons.
Dundee have warned the Dons they will have to dig deep if they want to sign Greg Stewart.
A British judo star left fighting for her life after a motorcycle accident in Vietnam is being flown out of the country.
The Chancellor has been urged by the SNP to intervene in the case of a seven-year-old boy whose first language is Gaelic, who is facing deportation from Scotland to Australia with his family.
Terrorists have a greater chance of getting guns as a rise in the number of firearms on the streets has fuelled an increase in the number of shootings, Britain's most senior police officer has said.
Fraud may be costing the UK economy as much as £193 billion a year - dwarfing previous estimates, according to a new report.
Film star Alan Rickman left an estate worth more than £4 million.
Families of the Tunisia terror attack victims have raised concerns about warnings for travellers amid appeals for the Government to reduce the threat level.
Belgian prosecutors have detained four suspected Islamic State (IS) group recruiters who they say may have planned new attacks in the country.
A Florida judge has denied online media company Gawker's motion for a new trial in the Hulk Hogan sex-video case and will not reduce a 140 million dollars (£95 million) jury verdict.
It was a bizarre start to a Tuesday for many viewers as they tuned into This Morning to see a human dressed and living as a Dalmatian puppy.
Love Island is back and the new contestants are as outrageous as ever before. Here is a run-down of some of their best quotes before the series even starts.
A theatre projection designer has spoken of his delight at being given a prestigious award - and being nominated for two more.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. That's the mantra of John Carney, writer-director of Oscar-winning romance Once and Begin Again, who remains in a bittersweet musical groove for this effortlessly charming coming-of-age story.
Sport, history, science and literature will all come into the spotlight as the Granite City’s May festival gets set to burst into life.
Too many kooks spoil the broth of director Bryan Singer's fourth tour of duty with the Marvel Comics mutants, which began in 2000 with X-Men.
A professional eater from America is to visit Aberdeen this week to take on two food challenges in the same day.
Two men and a woman have appeared in court charged with attempted murder.
A Bristow helicopter has been returned from operations in Nigeria as the grounding of EC225’s continues in the North Sea.
No compensation has been paid out to Aberdeen drivers for pothole damage over the past year - compared to more than £13,000 five years ago.
Two former oil and gas workers have had a helping hand to set up their new microbrewery, thanks to a £30,000 grant from Scottish Enterprise.
A man has admitted causing the death of a cyclist by driving carelessly.
For more than 500 years choral voices have been heard at Aberdeen's King's College and now they will be heard around the world with the launch of a new record label.
A nurse has been struck off for assaulting a care home resident.
A £35 million regeneration project for two Aberdeen communities has been driven by "people power", a council boss has said.
New figures which show the decline in hotel bookings seems to be slowing in Aberdeen have been welcomed.
Four people are due in court in connection with a theft from a vehicle in a North-east village.
Aberdeen coastguard issue warning after man tries to run on to hospital helipad as helicopter tried to land
Aberdeen Coastguard have issued a stern warning after a man attempted to run on to the hospital helipad while a helicopter was trying to land with an ill-patient.
The Scottish SPCA in Aberdeenshire has issued a special appeal to find a new home for a Shetland pony and her foal.
Thousands of traffic cones, worth nearly £17,000, were stolen, damaged or went missing in Aberdeen in a year.
It was disappointing to learn Scotland could face a fine of up to £125 million for failing to pay farmers and crofters millions of pounds in subsidies provided by the EU under the Common Agricultural Policy.
I have always shared Mark Twain's opinion that golf is a good walk spoiled.
A long-awaited new secondary school could be built around the existing academy in a North-east town.
A community is to come together to celebrate the 150th anniversary of a popular gala day.
Staff at a newly opened crematorium are due to don kilts at work.
A mum whose son died of a brain tumour wants to see well-known landmarks turn gold to raise awareness of cancer in children.
Children will have to say choo-choorio to a historic piece of play equipment in a city park, as it is to be taken away for maintenance.
A fundraising target to raise money for a railway van which was destroyed in a blaze has been smashed.