A big stretch of the A90 is to be renamed the A92 and a section of it will fall under city council control as part of the Aberdeen bypass project, it was revealed today.
Dozens of residents turned out in force to protest against a controversial housing development at one of Aberdeen’s most famous landmarks.
A protest is due to go ahead in Aberdeen this evening opposing a controversial proposed development at a famous landmark.
A charity has thanked people in the north-east for buying more than £750,000 of goods from its shops in the last year.
Police Scotland has urged the public to be vigilant of cold callers – as scammers use more hi-tech methods to steal cash.
An application has been submitted to transform a former north-east bank into two units.
The first ever World Buttery Championships have taken place in Aberdeen.
An allowanceto help families buy school uniforms is set to double in Aberdeenshire.
A summer charity event will return to the north-east.
A north-east childcare group that closed earlier this year has shared its remaining funds among local causes.
A cash-strapped golf club has had to ask members for donations after running into financial difficulties.
A north-east golf club was closed today following the death of a player.
North-east school pupils took part in a Prince's Trust event this week.
A north-east beer festival is set to pass the £100,000 charity fundraising mark.
A man from the north-east has taken up the challenge of cycling 10,000 miles, in memory of his father-in-law.
The family of an Aberdeen girl have raised £20,000 for life-changing surgery.
An Aberdeen homeless charity has been given an award for providing a positive experience for volunteers.
Three RAF veterans from the north-east have cycled the North Coast 500, smashing their fundraising target.
A community group is looking for volunteers to help maintain a path as part of a bid to encourage people to walk more.
Aberdeen councillors were paid almost £1 million in the last year.
The public are being urged to be vigilant after reports of rogue traders in the north-east.
A controversial homes development has been recommended for approval by planning officers.
A busy north-east road is to close – despite a neighbouring council’s request.
“I’ve never seen anything like it in my life. It was literally tearing my dog’s face off. I thought he was dead. I really did.”
The Aberdeen Highland Games are set to return to Hazlehead Park this Sunday.
Aberdeen council was today criticised for ordering schools to return £750,000 in underspends in a bid to ease “budget challenges”.
A north-east construction firm is hoping for a good financial year – with £80 million of orders on its books already.
The finalists for an award which recognises the dedication of Aberdeen's council employees have been revealed.
An MP is calling for clarity on the registration of service dogs – after a constituent missed her flight over the issue.
Art created by sick children will be shown in a gallery in Aberdeen city centre.