Plans have been unveiled for two new drive-thrus in the south of Aberdeen - with the potential to bring a world-famous Canadian brand to the north-east for the first time.
‘Outrageous negligence’: Sister of tragic driver hits out as trains reach double the speed limit amid landslip fears on north-east line
Rail bosses have come under fire after train drivers were clocked at 100mph on tracks where a 40mph emergency limit had been put in place amid landslip fears.
Inspirational figures in the north-east have been awarded accolades in the Queen's New Years Honours list.
An ex-Aberdeen police inspector jailed for murdering his wife will take an appeal to the High Court next month.
A cutting edge coronavirus laboratory, capable of processing 4,000 tests a day from across the north, has become operational.
PB Devco boss arrested over alleged drug offences on night of rowdy football scenes at Draft Project
An Aberdeen pub group boss was arrested over alleged drugs offences on the night the firm's beer tent gained national notoriety as rowdy football fans celebrated a historic Scotland win.
The first vaccines for coronavirus should be administered in the north-east next week, health bosses have heard.
Health bosses vote through Aberdeen GP practice changes which have already caused five doctors to quit
Plans by public health authorities to withdraw from managing six Aberdeen GP practices have been voted through.
Controversial plans for 245 flats on the edge of Aberdeen's iconic Rubislaw Quarry have been backed - despite being voted down unanimously by councillors.
A disgraced Aberdeen councillor has been suspended until March after being convicted of a sex attack at a prestigious dinner in the city.
Aberdeen councillors vote to take no action ahead of licensing board vote on future of The Draft Project
Aberdeen Licensing Board will meet this afternoon to consider the application from PB Devco for another 14-day licence for the beer tent, erected behind the granite frontage of the former Bruce Millers music shop in Union Street.
PB Devco given permission to reopen Aberdeen pub’s beer garden despite Covid-19 concerns over football crowd
A major Aberdeen hospitality firm has been granted a fresh licence to operate a beer garden - despite objections from the public after rowdy scenes during last week's Scotland football match.
The owner of an Aberdeen city centre building destroyed in a major blaze has vowed to rebuild it.
Investigators have ruled there was "no criminality" in a fire which ruined an Aberdeen restaurant and office building late last year.
A baby alpaca born at Pets' Corner in Aberdeen has finally been given a name.
Controversial bike lanes installed along Aberdeen beach using some of a £1.76 million physical distancing grant are to be removed.
Aberdeen councillor Marie Boulton found in breach of confidentiality rules for leaking financial details
A leading member of Aberdeen Council’s administration has been found to have breached confidentiality rules by revealing secret budget details to the public last year.