POLICE were called out to a three-vehicle crash on the A90 today.
A man has appeared in court in connection with a drugs seizure worth around £25,000.
Developers of a new North-east town have won a court dispute over an £8 million council bill to help provide local public transport projects.
A man who got behind the wheel while more than three times the limit after having a row with his girlfriend has been disqualified from driving for three years.
Dons manager Derek McInnes is sure he will be able to "significantly strengthen" his squad in the close season.
The fifth ever Scottish Parliament elections are all about the race for second place.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has appealed to older voters as the Scottish Parliament election draws closer.
Bank holiday Monday looks set to be a washout as a band of heavy rain crosses the UK.
The Archers' tale of Rob, Helen and Henry touches on topical family court litigation issues - including access to legal aid and transparency, Cafcass officials say.
US President Barack Obama has joked that Prince George's dressing gown reception was a "slap in the face" as it hinted he is on the way out of office.
A British Airways flight was intercepted by fighter jets over Hungary after it lost contact with air traffic controllers.
Labour is braced for a backlash at the polls from the row over anti-Semitism as Jeremy Corbyn faces continued criticism over his handling of the issue.
Thirty-three lions rescued from circuses in Colombia and Peru have landed in South Africa where they will be released into a sanctuary for big cats.
Barack Obama described being greeted by Prince George in his pyjamas as a "slap in the face" during his last speech as US President at the star-studded White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Natasha Hamilton has said her teenage son was violently attacked on the school bus because she has been labelled a “4×4 mum”.
When it comes to the series premiere, nothing comes between a Game Of Thrones fan and their TV.
Musa is a restaurant with a difference.
A musician said his dreams came true when Noel Gallagher said he would listen to his CD.
A new supermarket could be open in Aberdeen later this year if plans are approved.
A teenager branded a "danger to animals" narrowly avoided being locked up after throwing his pet parrot around in a drug-fuelled rage.
A woman has spoken of her distress after a thief stole a gift given to her by her mum before she passed away.
A woman is being taken to hospital after a three-car crash on the A90.
Aker Solution has confirmed some of its employees were on board the fatal helicopter crash in the North Sea.
Police are hunting a driver who struck six cars in Aberdeen today while trying to get away from officers.
A pair of budding electronic musicians from the North-east have started their own digital record label in a bid to shine a light on other up-and-coming artists.
A 53-year-old woman has been charged in connection with an alleged sheep worrying incident at a farm.
Golfing legend Jack Nicklaus today said he is thrilled his championship golf course has been given the go-ahead.
A North-east dog owner has raised fears after cupcakes stuffed with mushrooms were found in her garden.
A couple who found out their son had a tumour the size of a grapefruit in his chest on Christmas Eve said they hope their son will one day get his life back.
Police have seized almost £1,500 worth of drugs from an Aberdeen ferry.
A council worker was told by a sheriff he had behaved in a "disgraceful" way after he drove his works vehicle through a no entry sign - and then stole a phone from a man who photographed him.
A North-east business owner today said she fears she might never be able to open again at her current premises after the building she operates from was destroyed in a blaze.
An Aberdeen mum has scooped the sweetest job in the world after being named chief dark chocolate taster for a North-east firm.
A mum-of-two who was found dead in a house in a Glasgow suburb was a University of Aberdeen graduate.
An award-winning restaurant has a new name after being taken over by new owners earlier this month.
A woman has said she was "not amused" at being made to pay £1.50 for her mail - only to find out it was an election flyer from the Scottish Conservatives.
Wood Group is considering outsourcing its IT services function putting the future 168 staff jobs in doubt.
A teenager has been charged in relation to an alleged assault in Aberdeen.
Police are searching for a man who fled from a vehicle after being pulled over.