Tributes have been paid to a polymath professor who enjoyed a 70-year association with Aberdeen University.
I am Constable Bissett of the Police Scotland, I currently work as a uniformed constable at Aberdeen Divisional Headquarters, Queen Street, Aberdeen.
A driver and four directors of a sightseeing bus tour operator have appeared in court charged over a fatal double-decker bus incident in Malta.
At Childline, we know this pandemic has had a hugely detrimental effect on the mental and emotional wellbeing of children and young people.
A man has been cleared of raping a 14-year-old girl in Aberdeen woods - but has been convicted of having unlawful sex with her.
At Childline, we know how tough the last year has been for children and young people. Their school routine has been disrupted, support networks limited, and they have faced the uncertainty of what the future will bring.
A thief who stole money from an elderly woman’s purse as she made him a cup of tea has been jailed.
A jailed drug trafficker who claimed he was saving for a wedding has agreed to surrender pounds more than £2,500 to settle a proceeds of crime action.
The beginning of a new year is always a busy time for me as I start preparing for a packed year ahead with events and presentations.
A man accused of murdering a woman told police that he had visited the block of flats where she lived to buy crack cocaine.
An Aberdeen chef who stashed up to £11,000 worth of drugs in order to write-off a £250 debt has avoided a prison sentence.
Retailers are facing the “biggest crisis in two decades” after the “worst-ever” December trading, the Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) has claimed.
As we start the new year in another period of lockdown with schools closed once again, we are very conscious of the many children who will be feeling isolated and alone.
On The Beat: North-east police volunteer tells how ‘being part of something amazing’ helps during lockdown
My name is Kirsten and I am the head youth volunteer for the Aberdeen Police Scotland Youth Volunteers.
Social Media is a fantastic way of keeping in touch, checking out the latest news or sporting events - and who doesn’t like a cute puppy video.
Seafood exports from the north-east are suffering severe hold-ups as a result of post-Brexit customs requirements.
As a volunteer counsellor at Childline Aberdeen, I know only too well how children’s lives have been impacted this year.
Aberdeen University's campaign to bring the world together in song has received backing from an Oscar-winning actress and legendary composer.
A campaign launched at the end of the last month for much-needed repairs to a landmark Aberdeen building has already raised more than £16,000.
This December marks five years since the NSPCC joined with O2 to create the website Net Aware, which gives parents and carers advice on how to keep their children safe online.
On The Beat: Police urge north-east residents to reach out if they are struggling with mental health
I am a Sergeant for Police Scotland working in the Community Safety Partnership in Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and Moray. My department works closely with many different partner agencies but today I want to focus on those in the field of mental well being and harm reduction.
A predator who claimed his child victim sexually assaulted him was jailed for six years today for raping the vulnerable girl.
For many people, Christmas is a time to celebrate and spend time with family.
Police are hunting for a gang of thugs who carried out a "disturbing" attack on a man walking his dog.
Two people have appeared in court after police recovered more than £25,000 of illegal drugs in Aberdeen.
Having worked in this team for a number of years, I am aware what a great place the area is to live and work and I am determined to use my role to strengthen our bond with the community.
We know that bullying can have a huge impact on children and young people’s mental and physical wellbeing. It can leave them with feelings of depression and anxiety, cause them to socially withdraw, and even lead them to have suicidal thoughts.
Firstly let me introduce myself - my name is Rod Smith and I am one of the Inspectors who cover the city centre of Aberdeen, having taken up the post towards the end of July.
Financial computing specialist Mark Conway diverted public money to his own accounts after losing cash betting online with the Bookmaker William Hill.
Aberdeen charity gives north-east parents advice on how to discuss drugs and alcohol with their children
Many parents and carers understandably worry about their children and teenagers drinking alcohol or taking drugs.