A north-east former special forces soldier arrived in London after crossing the finish line in an epic world record-breaking adventure – just in time for the royal wedding.
Quality food served in laidback and inviting surroundings by cheerful staff. Great spot for a long lunch or evening meet-up with pals.
Are you looking to get a new pet? Why not adopt one of these adorable pets from Mrs Murray’s Cat and Dog Home.
The plans could involve new housing developments and bringing older buildings back into use. It's also understood plans are being drawn up for a new investigation into pedestrianising parts of Union Street.
Seeking sustenance after a shopping visit, we decided to head upstairs in John Lewis for a quick and easy meal.
The wood-burning stove drew us into this lovely cafe like a magnet on a chilly Deeside day.
Swift and friendly service and great quality food at a reasonable price.
Looking to swap city living for a slower pace of life, Katrina and Richard Mackay decided that Balmedie was the perfect location for a family pad.
We were lucky staff were able to squeeze us in on a visit to Ask Italian en route to the cinema on a busy evening.
Stopping off on the way to the cinema one day, my daughter and I popped by this city centre hostelry – and were surprised and impressed by the choice on offer on its extensive menu.
You certainly get value for money at Bon East with generous portions of really tasty Chinese favourites which were packed with flavour.
Licensing bosses in Aberdeenshire want to hear what people’s drinking habits are to help them shape the future of the licensed trade.
The Justice Mill offers a good range of options on a varied menu at budget prices.
With the temperature plummeting and sleet beginning to fall, we were only too pleased to seek refuge in this cosy bistro for a late lunch.
Going for takeaway sandwiches on a day off work might seem like the height of laziness.
The winter chill saw us seeking a warm up and we dug out the menu for this old favourite in Crown Street to spice up our evening’s eat.
We'd heard good things about this place, where a window to the milking shed means you can see the cows coming in for milking.
It was on a visit to take part in Dizzy’s long-running pub quiz that I had a look at the restaurant’s tasty sounding menu and made a mental note to return.
This week we’ve dug through our archives and found these stunning images of New Deer through the years
Has Ryanair reached a Gerald Ratner moment in its short-ish history?
Fancying a fishy treat after a busy week, we decided to forego the usual haddock and chips in front of the telly and treat ourselves to a slightly more luxurious option.
Based on a series of novels by former Special Boat Service commando Duncan Falconer, Stratton is a globe-trotting spy caper that ricochets between Iran, Ukraine, Rome, Uzbekistan and London.
Inn at the Park was in the news recently when a takeover ensured the business - a fixture on Aberdeen's dining scene for many years - would continue to serve the community.
If there's a real test of a chef’s skills in the kitchen, it’s the production of the perfect souffle.
As one of a shrinking minority who hadn’t seen Blood Brothers, I couldn’t really understand what all the fuss was about. But now I know.
A classic collection is what these post punk legends promised and that's what they served up to the sell-out crowd at the Beach Ballroom.
Like so many Aberdeen landmarks, this traditional Italian eatery seems to have been a part of the fabric of the city forever.
When the curtain drops on the Rio Olympics on Sunday, the names of the medal winners will quickly disappear from memories.
The challenge facing bosses of chain hotels is to inject some personality alongside the corporate look.
How many times, on a dreich Aberdeen day, have you passed one of the growing numbers of pavement cafes blossoming across the city and muttered "They're being hopeful"?