A student changed his name by deed poll because it was cheaper than paying a Ryanair fee to correct a booking error.
HIS DAY to day is spent tackling rogue parkers on the Granite City’s streets.
DONALD Trump today revealed he is to appeal against a decision to allow an offshore wind farm to be built near his North-east golf resort.
Deaths and illnesses caused by alcohol could rise again now the economy has improved, Health Secretary Shona Robison has warned.
A High Court judge has bemoaned the way a former beauty queen and her estranged millionaire husband ran up lawyers’ bills of more than £1 million fighting over money.
THE boss of a school will not face criminal charges after the facility was closed following two damning reports.
DONS keeper Jamie Langfield today admitted their sights are set on being next season’s Europa League shock troops.
THE Dons have signed a new agreement with Aberdeen FC Ladies that will result in closer links between the Pittodrie club and their female counterparts.
THE Dons have today announced Pittodrie will have an official singing section within the Richard Donald Stand.
POLICE have released CCTV images of a man they are looking to trace after another man was seriously assaulted in Aberdeen city centre.
A driver, reportedly still a learner, had a lucky escape after her car was crushed by a British Army tank.
Sepp Blatter has said he will step down as FIFA president.
THE SFA this afternoon issued a formal issue of complaint against former Rangers defender Bilel Mohsni.
AN ELDERLY woman in a wheelchair was assaulted on an Aberdeen bus.
Four teenagers have suffered serious leg injuries in a collision between two carriages on Alton Towers amusement park’s Smiler rollercoaster.
STONEHAVEN’S famous open air swimming pool had its official opening on Saturday. Black clouds overhead didn’t darken the mood of those enjoying a first dip of the season.
VISITORS to a fire station open day helped rake in thousands of pounds for charity. Around £4,500 was raised from Ellon fire station’s 34th annual event. Vintage fire engines were the star attraction of the day.
AROUND 300 classic cars and motorbikes evoked the sights – and sounds – of a bygone era when they gathered at Milton of Crathes.
MORE than 1,000 people enjoyed the delights of the Wild West at a fun gala day. The Culter Gala chose a Wild West theme for this year’s event at Culter playing fields on Saturday.
AN OUTDOOR play area was given a resounding thumbs-up from youngsters who tried it for the first time yesterday. Inchgarth Community Centre chairman Paul O’Connor estimated more than 300 people turned out for the opening of the £20,000 facility, which was backed by various organisations and direct fundraising.
LEFT to my own devices, when I'm just wanting a quick bite to eat I'll often just nip into a fast food place.
FIRE crews battled a blaze at a burger van in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen FC forward Niall McGinn has been selected in Northern Ireland’s squad for their forthcoming matches against Qatar and Romania.
The RSPCA has appealed for help in tracing a dog owner who was caught on CCTV booting his dog in the face like “a football”.
IF YOU want a small indication just how much Andrew Hozier-Byrne’s life has changed in the last year, simply glance across the pond to America.
THE beauty and danger of going to an improv show is simply that you have no idea what you're going to get.
A 93rd minute goal by Adam Rooney was enough to secure the Dons a draw against Dundee at Dens Park today.
THIS, in recent times, is where the bevvying would begin.
It was a brain teaser that took the internet by storm and led people to doubt the colours in front of their eyes.
A stolen car was found on fire outside a North-east primary school today.