A fisherman who died after plunging into the "freezing" North Sea has been described as "the best granddad and dad".
Health chiefs have confirmed an outbreak of more than 20 Covid-19 cases linked to an Aberdeen pub.
In the CID, we deal with some of the most serious crimes to impact victims and the wider communities where they take place, and this includes tackling the distribution and sale of illegal drugs.
Aberdeen chosen as home for the ‘world’s first’ offshore floating facility to produce green hydrogen
Aberdeen has been selected as the home for the “world’s first” offshore floating facility to produce green hydrogen.
A widow has won a legal battle to have IVF treatment using her late husband’s sperm after a historic ruling by a panel of Scottish judges.
Visitors to some of the most beautiful north-east beaches are being encouraged to do their bit to keep our stunning sands in pristine condition.
A former headteacher been jailed for nine years after subjecting a girl to a catalogue of sexual abuse and rape.
Singers and musicians are being urged to perform in an online concert which will be broadcast next month.
A new emergency response and rescue vessel has arrived at its new home in Aberdeen after being built in China.
The winning names for Aberdeen's dry ski slopes have been announced following the launch of a competition.
North-east charity manager ‘deeply concerned’ over vulnerable children abused or neglected in their homes
We know that the shockwaves of the coronavirus pandemic have been difficult for many people in different ways, and we want to make it clear that as we move from crisis to recovery, we’re still here for children.
An Aberdeen charity shop is closing down after more than 30 years in operation raising money to help needy cats.
It seems a difficult subject to talk about. I can visualise now the awkward foot shuffle or aversion of eyes when bringing up the subject - and it gives me pause to wonder why.
Scotland Office Minister David Duguid said the city's coronavirus testing facility was "crucial" in the fight against the virus during a visit to see it in operation.
Investigators ruled out gearbox failure in helicopter crash which killed four passengers, including north-east oil worker
A senior air accident investigator ruled out any suggestion of gearbox failure in a horror helicopter crash off Shetland.
North-east oil firm worker tells inquiry ‘rigorous’ survival training in Norway could have saved his life in helicopter tragedy
A survivor of the horror Shetland helicopter crash – in which four people died - claimed submersive training he undertook in Norway was “much more rigorous” than the UK equivalent.
The first survey of digitalisation in the oil and gas industry reveals there’s a strong appetite to ensure technology is used to improve the sector’s connectivity and sustainability.
Online habits have changed rapidly over the last six months and those changes have meant a varied increase of opportunities - but also risks - to children.
We know that as many children grow up they can feel concerned about their body image.
A Stonehaven cafe boss has argued that without the Spaces for People project, her venue would not have been able to reopen after lockdown.
The internet provides great opportunities for children and young people to play, create, learn and connect and, during lockdown, it became a lifeline for many.
Scientists at Aberdeen University have developed a new technique which could help to identify the source of food poisoning or infection more quickly and accurately than current methods.
The Aberdeen Art Gallery will reopen this week after being closed for five months during lockdown.
On The Beat: Police praise youngsters for being ‘credit to their communities’ during north-east patrols
I am a uniformed Police Constable working within the Bucksburn/ Bridge of Don community Policing Team based at Bucksburn Police Office.
Usually during August as primary school children return to full time education in Scotland, in the schools service team we are busy preparing for the visits we will make over the coming academic year.
"Love" is not a word often used in policing. However, when Part 9 of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 was introduced, it was a word we had to start thinking about.
Communities across Aberdeenshire have received a share of £1 million of grants to help town centres recover from the impact of coronavirus.
Two north-east art venues have been awarded a share of more than £800,000 of emergency funding to help them survive through the pandemic.
A man who admitted a two-year homophobic hate campaign against a male relative has been banned from the kebab shop business he threatened to damage in the torrent of abusive messages.
For many young people, receiving exam results can be a stressful time.