Cyber crime gangs stole more than £760,000 from north-east firms in the last six months.
A team of 25 north-east officers have helped to make sure their colleagues get rest days, a new report said.
A support service for people affected by homelessness and mental-health problems operates to a very good standard, inspectors have said.
Leadership of Aberdeen City Council’s community learning and development (CLD) is improving, inspectors have said.
Staff from an Aberdeen childcare centre are “amazing” and “enthusiastic”, parents have told inspectors.
Martyn’s Law: Aberdeen venue’s security efforts praised by mum of man killed in Manchester terror attack
A woman whose son was killed in a terrorist attack at a concert has praised a north-east venue for leading the way in event security.
Another victim said: "They stole my grandmother’s engagement ring and my father-in-law’s police retirement watch"
A former Aberdeen restaurateur has been arrested in Pakistan in connection with the fatal shooting of a police officer in England.
Drugs, spectacles and golf clubs are among hundreds of items handed in at Aberdeen police stations, new figures show.
Residents at an Aberdeen centre for people with mental health problems feel well supported, inspectors have said.
Foundations have been put in place in an bid to end homelessness in Scotland, a minister has said.
Passengers using the Aberdeen's airport could get cheaper fares to help a troubled airline, it has been suggested.
The time of a meeting to discuss the future of a north-east members’ club has been changed.
An environmental body is probing reports oil has once again leaked into ponds.
Unions have expressed concerns about the future of the only airline to connect Aberdeen with five UK destinations.
Electric car charging points, loyalty cards and tourist perks all suggested to help boost north-east town
Electric cars, loyalty cards and tourist perks could hold the key to boosting trade in a north-east town.
In a document, the council offcer said: "Closing the A944 for periods surrounding events and diverting bus services is not acceptable. A 30-minute closure would cause chaos and massive tailbacks."
Animal lovers have been reassured after expressing concern about a mysterious pink powder spotted in Aberdeen.
A senior politician has called for action after it emerged a north-east superjail’s staff turnover is more than twice the national average.
An Aberdeen community centre chief has expressed concerns that the city council is trying to take “too much control” of social hubs.
Frank Finnie, 80, lay undiscovered at Aberdeen Market for two days in June 2018.
Residents hit out at flood lights after north-east council approve plans to increase height of new school pitch
A sports pitch at a new north-east school campus will be built higher than intended, despite concerns neighbours will be affected.
An Aberdeen care home has a culture of warmth and compassion, inspectors said.
Aberdeen FC fans will be consulted in the next six months about what they want at the new Kingsford Stadium, club bosses have said.
A thief raided a mailbox in Aberdeen on the hunt for Christmas gifts.
Monitors are concerned about how residents of a north-east care home are eating and socialising, a new report shows.
There was widespread abuse of children at care establishments in Scotland, an inquiry has concluded.
Campaigners claim a new plan for the Kingsford Stadium will cause “traffic chaos”.
Children have fun and develop their skills at a north-east nursery, inspectors have said.
Aberdeen tenants have criticised a social housing landlord for announcing a rent increase over the festive period.