Residents of Craigievar Crescent have complained that cars are being parked on the pavement – forcing pedestrians out on to the road.
A new study into how those on limited income cope with long-term health conditions has been launched by two city organisations.
A team of north-east business chiefs are taking on a gruelling trek through the Peruvian Andes in an effort to raise cash.
A poet is holding a series of workshops in Aberdeen in an effort to help fellow creatives.
A lecturer will give a talk on issues facing the future young workforce.
An Aberdeen sport charity has filled a new post in an effort to tackle the pupil attainment gap.
Time is running out for the Aberdeen public to voice its views on the local authority’s green space maintenance services.
The body of dad-of-one Michael Noel Stewart lay in the Torry flat for more than two months before being discovered.
Inquiries were today continuing after a man died following a house fire in the north-east.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost has met industry leaders and experts at an international energy conference.
The age of steam returned to the north-east as a railway group welcomed its first locomotive for more than two decades.
A group that helps disabled people to explore a north-east beach has spoken of its disappointment after it was targeted by vandals.
A 10-year-old boy who was allegedly knocked down by a moped will have to wait more than a decade to have his teeth repaired, a trial has heard.
An Aberdeen health centre is counting the cost after vandals smashed its back door and pulled down its drain pipes.
As part of the initiative, more than 250 vehicles were checked for speeding on Cairncry Road and Rosehill Drive.
A new scheme at Aberdeen University will address teaching gaps in the Scottish system.
A road at an Aberdeen hospital is due to be closed for nearly two months as part of work to build a multi-million-pound complex.
A popular gardening group is encouraging green-fingered folk to take part in its competition.
Stonehaven community groups are urging residents to help tackle problem gulls. A nest removal scheme was effective, but it may not run this summer due to funding issues. The work costs £6,450, with £1,500 from Aberdeenshire Council, but volunteers are struggling to make up the shortfall.
A north-east organisation has made a plea for people to help raise funds to rehome a dog that could have brain damage.
A generous north-east girl has braved the big chop and donated more than 12 inches of her hair.
A collection of vintage toys, dating as far back as the late 1800s, will go on display at a north-east venue.
A north-east charity has helped improve the lives of more than 120 patients.
An animal charity is seeking a new home for a north-east tortoise after naming her the "pet of the day".
Two fire appliances were called to attend a heater on fire at an Aberdeen hairdresser this morning.
Residents at an Aberdeen care home were left almost naked after a shower and without their dentures at mealtimes, according to a watchdog report.
Emergency services were called to attend a two-car collision in Aberdeen.
Police today made a fresh appeal for information to catch a gang of cash machine ram raiders.
“He had bare hands, so he left handprints on the door. And he came back to try to wipe them off. So I think the police will be able to find some DNA.”
Aberdeen has seen a “significant drop” in drug use, according to new figures.