Set in a quiet and peaceful cul-de-sac and with woodland walks on the doorstep, this stylish Aberdeen property has been home to the Mackay family for more than five years.
British DJ, producer and television personality Joel Corry's Aberdeen gig has sold out.
A mum is bringing cheer to people during lockdown by writing about the adventures of her cute new pet pigs online.
A nurse has opened up a new Tesco Express after the store handed over over donations to the neonatal ward at the city hospital.
Applications for this year’s Oil and Gas Technical Apprenticeship Programme (OGTAP) cohort is now open as Scotland marks National Apprenticeship Week.
Aberdeen rock band The Temple Sons is going to release their newest single influenced by the ongoing pandemic next week.
Stonehaven businessman Ross Walker has sponsored an adorable Guide Dog puppy Selsey.
Eating Disorders Awareness Week: Aberdeen personal trainer celebrates 10 years as an eating disorder survivor
A personal trainer who runs a successful fitness business is celebrating her 10th year as an eating disorder survivor.
An Aberdeen homelessness charity has thanked supermarket customers for their sock donations.
A property developer has unveiled a new playground for children to enjoy in a coastal town.
The fourth annual Decom Awards have been launched.
British DJ, producer and television personality Joel Corry is set to kick off his 2021 tour in Aberdeen.
This month's photography competition focused on celebrating the architecture of the north-east and has already seen some stunning entries.
An Aberdeen-based global drilling technology and services specialist has invested more than £1m in a new local HQ and a site to support projects in Latin America.
An award-winning architecture and design practice Halliday Fraser Munro has reached the finals of a national competition.
Inspired by breathtaking Scottish architecture, Aberdeenshire castles feature heavily in Kimberley Smith's work.
Aberdeen Harbour Board has today launched a £30,000 community support programme for charities and groups undertaking work local to the port.
Screen.dance - Scotland’s Festival of Dance on Screen - has teamed with Citymoves to bring a unique dance film festival to Aberdeen.
A £100,000 seed fund has been set up to help budding Aberdeen entrepreneurs become business leaders of the future.
North-east educational establishments have joined forces with some of Scotland’s digital training providers in an effort to boost the region’s digital capabilities.
An Aberdeen care home worker spent the morning submerged in a bath full of baked beans as part of a fundraising challenge.
A mum hopes to raise awareness of a rare birth defect after her baby girl was diagnosed with a condition leaving her unable to swallow.
After selling her Aberdeen guest house, Diane Burnett decided to go back to her catering roots and set up Perfection Catering in 2013.
A north-east charity has announced the appointment of its first chief executive officer (CEO).
Aberdeen-based AIR Control Entech has been awarded £175,000 to further advance its previously developed 4G technology to 5G.
Nominations have opened for Inspiring Aberdeenshire 2021.
From taking part in Boxing Day Dip to shaving her head, Mandy Castleman is known for doing attention-grabbing challenges to raise funds for Eastleigh Care Home.
Aberdeen’s international crime writing festival Granite Noir attracted audiences from more than 50 countries with its virtual events being viewed more than 14,000 times.
A Robert Gordon University (RGU) student has enjoyed a unique role as a judge for the Aberdeenshire Architectural and Landscape Design Awards (AALDA).
A new drop-in test facility for those without Covid symptoms will be introduced in Peterhead later this week.