New traffic control measures planned for a major route south of Aberdeen have drawn a mixed response.
A campaign has been launched that encourages schoolchildren to pledge not to carry knives in the wake of Bailey Gwynne's death.
A computer whiz from Stonehaven was celebrating today after taking on the cream of Silicon Valley at a major competition in San Francisco.
An Aberdeen railway conservation group has been left to clean up after vandals caused more than £1,000 of damage to historic trains - and even targeted a dummy CCTV camera.
The Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) has thrown its weight behind plans for Aberdeen FC's proposed new stadium.
A tour dedicated to the hidden and forgotten history of Old Aberdeen is set to take place this spring.
The number of North-east patients treated for dementia last year rose to its highest level in the last four years.
A North-east couple have turned down traditional wedding gifts and instead asked that well-wishers donate food and toiletries to North-east people in need.
A university hockey club has raised more than £2,000 for charity by holding a 24-hour long match.
First Bus could be poised to axe its Number 27 service to Aberdeen airport amid a raft of changes planned for next month.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of a city park being purchased for the people of Aberdeen.
A church minister today blasted vandals who targeted a new place of worship before construction was even finished.
An addiction recovery charity is closing in on a fundraising target to purchase its centre premises years ahead of schedule.
An Aberdeen Boys' Brigade group have been forced to hold meetings in a branch of McDonald's after their regular home was closed for renovations.
Businesses and shops across the North-east have been swept up in the wave of enthusiasm ahead of the Dons’ cup final this weekend.
A mother is appealing for help to take her disabled eight-year-old son to America for a life-changing operation which could help him walk unaided for the first time.
An amateur photographer has produced a collection of war-themed images ahead of Remembrance Sunday this weekend.
Plans for a £6 million extension to a city cathedral have gone on public display.
A heated row has broken out after an MSP alerted a heritage group to the fact historic cobbles had been tarred over by the council.
An Aberdeen park pond is poised to be cleaned out, after concerns were raised over a foul smell.
A theatre projection designer has spoken of his delight at being given a prestigious award - and being nominated for two more.
Children will have to say choo-choorio to a historic piece of play equipment in a city park, as it is to be taken away for maintenance.
An Aberdeen hotel has had to clamp down on rowdy teenagers who have been booking rooms to throw parties.
A North-east town is going all out to get behind their local football team ahead of a cup final.
AN ABERDEEN woman has spoken of how she was spurred into losing almost half her body weight - after being unable to lift herself onto a motorbike.
A CROWDFUNDING page set up to raise money to support communities affected by flooding has more than doubled its initial target in a few days.
A TRIO of entrepreneurs' plans to produce the first Aberdeen-distilled gin in more than 100 years have taken a step forward.
A FAST food restaurant in Aberdeen is set to make almost £100,000 worth of alterations.
POLICE have appealed for witnesses after a robbery at an Aberdeen shop.
IT'S BEEN a wee while coming, but Aberdeen are back.