A north-east care home has failed to make some of the improvements ordered after a follow-up inspection by a watchdog.
An Aberdeen man warned by a sheriff that he could get his legs broken over unpaid drug debts has avoided jail.
A north-east pensioner who left a fellow motorist with a broken arm and nose after failing to safely overtake another vehicle has been banned from the road for eight years.
Prosecutors have vowed to strengthen security after a worker stole hundreds of thousands of pounds of cash and drugs from an evidence store in Aberdeen.
A man has appeared in court for a second time accused of robbing a north-east petrol station.
An Aberdeen teacher has written a children’s e-book about a top-secret organisation which takes revenge on unruly adults, with all of the profits going towards a charity.
A group of dedicated north-east thespians are not letting Covid-19 get in the way as they celebrate 40 years in show business.
Tributes have been paid to an Aberdeen teacher who fought the Nazis on a French beach during D-Day, and went on to take a job in a Nigerian classroom.
Residents have joined forces to light up their north-east town and bring some Christmas cheer to mark the festive season.
University admits ‘significant failings’ in handling of Aberdeen students complaint over delayed laptop repair
A student complained to a watchdog after an Aberdeen university held up the repair of her computer.
A north-east community has produced a series of leaflets highlighting a heritage trail.
The north-east's tourism marketing body has been working alongside others in the industry to provide the region with a boost.
The “Kinky Cottage” murder, in which Aberdeenshire farmer Max Garvie was shot in the head amid a sordid love triangle caught the attention of the public in 1960s.
Tesco said people visiting its stores in Aberdeen over the last five years have raised nearly £500,000 and donated enough meals to feed locals more than 200,000 times.
Proposals have been approved to upgrade facilities at a north-east beauty spot popular with wildlife enthusiasts.
An Aberdeen university's business school has been recognised at a prestigious award.
A series of posters have been designed to raise awareness of the plight of young carers in the north-east.
Aberdeen University has launched an online crowd funder to help create a computer based on the city's world-recognised Burgh Records.
An annual Boxing Day dip into the North Sea is set to go virtual due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Spaces for People: Plans to remove Stonehaven town centre restrictions branded ‘early Christmas present’
North-east traders have hailed plans to remove Spaces for People measures as an “early Christmas present”.
Plans have been lodged for a new community garden in a north-east town.
Charity bosses have said they are "hugely concerned" over the rise in suicides as new figures reveal Aberdeenshire recorded its highest rate since 2004.
A north-east council has been ordered to apologise by the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman after failing to provide the right kind of care.
A group of Aberdeen youngsters have today spoken of their pride after showing off a mural they helped create.
Girls' Brigade companies from across the north-east are trying to bring some festive cheer with their Christmas face coverings.
Campaigners have said a north-east town “deserves much better” after it emerged there will be a delay on a section of a multi-million-pound flood prevention project.
An Aberdeen charity has raised more than £11,000 following fundraising campaign to mark Poverty Week.
A Scottish Government ruling to overturn a planning decision for flats at the city quarry has been branded a "disgrace".
Aberdeen's Citizens Advice Bureau has helped their clients secure nearly £7 million of cash to support them, according to their annual report.
One of Britain's top furniture restorers has handcrafted a bench dedicated to the founder of an Aberdeen music charity.