Scott Simpson, 9, was abducted from a park near to his city home by Steven Leisk, then 34, in July 1997.
New figures show officers have dealt with a total of 131 cases in the north-east since a new law was introduced in 2017 to clamp down on so-called revenge porn.
Owners of a north-east care home have introduced a new scheme to help combat a nursing shortage – a golden hello.
Yobs have been accused of putting lives at risk after removing a lifebelt from a popular walking site in Aberdeen.
Inspectors said it was nice to see people singing songs together at a north-east care home.
Dons fans travelled to Croatia on Thursday to watch their side play in the Europa League qualifier and complained of being forced to pay £190 on-the-spot fines in what one source described as an “organised scam”.
Just 44.6% of West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine towns and villages have 4G Coverage, compared to 100% in Aberdeen North and 96.1% in Aberdeen South
An investigation into how an “unidentified substance” ended up in an Aberdeen hospital is continuing – and police want anyone with information to get in touch.
A driver has escaped unhurt after a car flipped onto its roof on a north-east road. The driver was in the vehicle on the B999 near Potterton at around 1.45pm today when it left the road. Police said nobody was hurt in the collision and traffic was unaffected.
An award-winning schoolboy has revealed what motivates him to help others – seeing their smiles.
The Scottish Government has published statistics which show £4,016,000 has been put towards installing charging points for electric vehicles in the region since April 2010 – and there are 133 north-east points in total.
Police have appealed for the public's help after a man went missing from his north-east home.
Three "extremely lucky" people were rescued after their boat got into difficulty in the North Sea.
Relatives of a north-east care home’s residents have praised the staff as “helpful and kind”.
A man who tragically died in a north-east road collision has been named by police.
Police have released new images as part of their search for a missing Aberdeen man.
A tea party for the elderly is on the cards – but organisers are calling for volunteers to make it possible.
Ten drivers were caught committing offences in a north-east police operation last month, new figures show.
The number of self-harm incidents at a north-east super-prison has skyrocketed, prompting calls for action amid a “state of emergency” in Scottish jails.
Scott Gordon, 35, was in Club Tropicana on Chapel Street, Aberdeen, on July 6 when he claimed to have seen a man touch his friend on the bottom, so punched him in the face and caused a lip injury, Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard.
“When the officers asked her to wind down the window, she activated the windscreen wipers."
Sharon Baxter, 50, committed 32 offences at shops across Aberdeen between April 2017 and this month – 15 while out on bail.
A north-east nursery has been rated “excellent” by inspectors.
Staff from a north-east nursery show first class care and compassion towards children, parents have told inspectors.
Alan Shand, 41, was outside his house in Aberdeen when several neighbours heard him shouting abuse urging Poles and Romanians “to go home,” Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard.
Officers gave chase – and had to travel at more than 100mph just to keep up with the car, which was being driven by Neil Scott, 50.
In tribute to their pal, the team wrote “For Joe” on each side of the car’s nose cone and painted it gold – the colour Joe always wanted for the car.
Iona Breed was working in Aberdeen in January 2018 when allegations were made.
Residents of a north-east care home have praised staff for keeping it tidy.
Forecasters say thunderstorms could strike the north-east, with up to 40mm of rain falling on the region within a matter of hours – and have urged residents, drivers and traders to be prepared.