“It is with great sadness that we have to announce the immediate closure of the Highland Hotel."
Council bosses are in the process of appointing a contractor to transform one of Aberdeen’s oldest buildings into a tourist attraction.
A north-east fisherman who was devastated to learn his boat had been torched in a suspicious blaze has been gifted a new vessel.
Cross-party talks are scheduled to continue later this month over cuts to Aberdeen City Council's budget.
NHS Grampian has appointed a new chairwoman.
Plans to build an 85-home development have been withdrawn.
In one case, the position of technical education teacher has been advertised 14 times with just four applicants.
The £200 million investment will only speed up journey times from Aberdeen to the central belt by two minutes.
Plans have been lodged to turn former bank offices into 12 new flats.
New figures have shown more than 2,800 attacks were made against north-east council staff in the past six years.
Part of an Aberdeen petting zoo is to close for five days next week.
An Aberdeen mum-of-two who doctors predicted has five to nine months left to live hopes to travel to Mexico in a bid to beat cancer.
Aberdeen's tourism chief has insisted plans to make tourism a £1 billion-a-year regional industry by 2023 are “plausible”
Coastguard teams across the north-east were called out to more than 20 hoax calls in the past three years.
Cruise passengers will soon be able to travel direct from Aberdeen on six new routes including Russia.
New figures reveal the number of people in the north-east suspected of suffering from a blood-borne disease has soared from 21 to 366 in five years.
An Aberdeen slimming champion came face to face with a TV star during a birthday celebration.
Parents of children about to begin school in Aberdeen can enrol them online from early January.
Plans have been approved to transform a derelict north-east hotel into new homes.
Plans have been lodged to turn a narrow strip of land running alongside a railway line in Aberdeen into a double track.
The issue has come under the spotlight in recent months as a result of Broch rugby player Chris Arnott who was saved by his team-mates when they used a defibrillator to get his heart started after he collapsed on the pitch.
An Aberdeen business owner today said he has been “penalised” for getting a new cash machine installed outside his shop.
The number of livestock-worrying incidents across the north-east has hit a five-year high.
More than 100 incidents of cruelty to animals were recorded by police across the north-east over the last five years, according to new figures.
Plans have been approved to turn a game larder at a north-east castle into a new disabled toilet.
Funds raised from a north-east New Year’s Nippy Dip will help fund a CCTV camera to protect a community defibrillator.
More than 5,000 children in Aberdeen are taking part in swimming lessons as part of a national programme.
A north-east MSP has called for assurances Aberdeen’s neonatal unit will not be downgraded.
NHS Grampian is launching a campaign to raise awareness of the support available to smokers to who want to quit.
Works to demolish a historic 170-year-old bridge have been completed.