A man who murdered his girlfriend in a crime that shocked the north-east has lost an appeal against his sentence.
In the final part of our special series we reveal that, more than four months after being jailed for 14 years, North-east fraudster Alistair Greig is fighting his conviction. And discover how a regulator missed a chance to stop most of it happening due to a misplaced email.
Alistair Greig's victims were many and varied. Over the course of 13 years, the North-east financier conned hard-working families out of £13 million. In the second instalment of our series, we look at the impact his criminal scheme had on real people - and reveal the inside track on how police and prosecutors brought him down.
Alistair Greig: The inside story on North-east financial adviser, who stole £13 million from hundreds of his own clients. In the first of a three-part series, we look at the man behind the scam - and how his fraud worked.
The inside story on the North-east financial adviser who stole £13 million from hundreds of his own clients.
A nurse was left in debt after being conned into believing his bank account was at risk.
A fraud victim turned to detective – and told her scammer’s mum and girlfriend about his crime.
A taxi driver was conned out of £23,700 – and all it took was a single email.
Shocking new figures show the man, who has asked not to be named, was among 23 victims of dating or romance fraud in the region in the last 12 months, with fraudsters fleecing them out of a total of £176,235.32.
Graeme Garioch made the headlines in 2007 when he took home a £101,000 prize on Deal or No Deal – but he has now told of how scammers exploited Facebook and footballer Cristiano Ronaldo to take his nest egg and delay his retirement.
A man who stabbed his Aberdeen girlfriend to death is appealing his sentence, we can today reveal.
Rosie’s story: She wanted to give the cute boy another chance — but soon she’d be a serial rapist’s latest victim
They had had a great night. Two carefree schoolgirls danced the night away at a friend’s birthday party in a suburb of Aberdeen in the spring of 2018.
The biggest mystery for Neomi Smith’s father was why she did not speak out.
The Hidden Hurt: Our special investigation into the ordeals suffered by three young victims of domestic abuse
Three women... One stabbed to death. One raped. One took her own life.
It often comes when they are at crisis point: The desperate call for help from a domestic abuse victim that triggers a wave of frantic action.
It is for many domestic abuse victims the biggest decision of their life. The front door of their family home closes behind them – and they will never go back.
SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: Read or listen for free to the first part of our series on the biggest drugs gangs to hit the north-east
In this free preview of our special subscriber-only series, we tell the inside story of how the drugs problem exploded in the North-east in the early 1980s.
In this special subscriber-only series, we tell the inside story of how the drugs problem exploded between 1980 and 2000, the gangs behind the misery and the tragic human toll.
Tributes have poured in for a popular motorsports fan and father-of-two who has died at the age of 58.
A woman died at an Aberdeen hospital because of the seriousness of her condition, a watchdog has ruled.
An Aberdeen cancer charity’s fundraising idea has gone from strength to strength.
An Aberdeen care centre that helps those with brain injuries and the terminally ill could be forced to shut its doors as it comes to grips with a multi-million-pound cash crisis.
A north-east woman has urged readers to back the Sue Ryder charity after it “completely transformed” her mother’s life.
Blood donors in the north-east have been urged to attend appointments – but to go alone.
Some Aberdeen families are choosing to delay funeral services due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A watchdog has rejected a woman’s claim about her cancer care in the north-east – but found communication with her could have been better.
Paramedics on the front line in the fight against coronavirus have been boosted by the return of their former colleagues.
Teachers from a north-east school have brought some sunshine to their pupils – by recording a new music video.
Staff from a north-east recycling service have thanked people for their understanding after coronavirus forced it to close centres.
An Aberdeen cafe boss said he feels truly humbled after customers raised thousands of pounds for staff following its closure due to coronavirus.