Staff from a north-east respite service have a very good understanding of people’s needs, inspectors have said.
"This is very welcome news which will come as a relief to our fans and the wider public who have supported the plans for Kingsford.
Single parents from the north-east have been told they will never get the £7.8 million they are entitled to after a government policy change.
Campaigners have said they will not appeal against a court decision backing Aberdeen FC's new stadium project.
An SPSO report, which does not identify the couple, said: “We considered the medical care and treatment to be unreasonable.”
A devastated family have made a heartfelt appeal for the return of stolen jewellery worth more than £100,000 – and have pledged to pay a reward for the safe return of the rare items.
An elderly north-east couple were left fuming after easyJet axed their route – and refused to pay for them to reach the nearest airport.
More than 500 people failed to turn up for hospital appointments last week – and did not bother to call to cancel.
Muirhead Care Home in Alford closed in August after the Care Inspectorate found highly distressing conditions, including residents tied to chairs with belts and not getting enough food.
A quarter of Aberdeen eateries required improvement after food inspections – the highest rate of 32 areas in Scotland.
An Aberdeen nursing home has received a glowing report for the care of its residents.
Children who attend the activity club in Aberdeen could not wait to play with the landscaped model’s electric-powered tracks – but discovered there was no rolling stock to test it out.
A driver was caught speeding on the AWPR at 103mph, police said.
Staff from an Aberdeen care home have been praised for working with other professionals to help residents.
Staff from an Aberdeen rehabilitation centre help service users get the most from life, inspectors said.
CALA Homes is creating a new community of around 700 homes at its Craibstone Estate development, where there will also be commercial space and a neighbourhood centre.
Patrizia, the owner of the former BHS store unit in Union Street, has unveiled proposals to renovate the unit and demolish Aberdeen Indoor Market so it can build nine linked buildings in its place.
Marek Brzozowski is charged with assaulting the woman on Charlotte Street and shouting at her, threatening to kill her, striking her on the head with a bottle or similar implement, pushing her and repeatedly kicking her on the body to cause her severe injury.
Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard the 32-year-old is accused of walking along the road and assaulting the man by shaking the ladder he was on.
Police stopped a car on the street – and found the driver was uninsured as it was his stepdad’s vehicle.
Michael Wiseman, 45, used superglue to block the keyhole at the Asian Mini Market on Rosemount Viaduct in Aberdeen on June 1 last year.
Trystan Simpson hit speeds of up to 70mph and mounted the pavement during the chase, a court was told.
A health board has released information on activity at the emergency department at a major Aberdeen hospital over the past week.
“He was captured on CCTV brandishing a shiny object and walking into traffic, shouting, swearing and being intimidating.”
An Aberdeen woman smashed ornaments and shouted at people while “on a four-day bender,” a court heard.
Lee Munro was spotted by residents in Clifton Road, Aberdeen, on July 30 last year walking around holding a knife but, by the time police could get there, the 18-year-old had run off.
Residents have given a warm welcome to emergency services after they started a week-long scheme to tackle antisocial behaviour.
Snack time at an Aberdeen nursery is relaxed and sociable, inspectors said.
A security team will link up with police to scour CCTV in a bid to bring football vandals to justice.
The city council put in place planning conditions, meaning the club must ensure parking arrangements are worked out at the stadium, along with a pedestrian bridge across the A944.