Buckingham Palace has released a new personal photograph of the Royal couple ahead of the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral.
Aberdeen business leaders have called for people to “use or lose” the high street following the permanent closure of the city’s Disney store and a string of other outlets within the Bon Accord Centre.
John Lewis bosses will be “looking to get the best possible deal they can” out of crunch talks aimed at keeping the retail giant in Aberdeen, according to a top Scottish academic.
Aberdeen man ‘acted on instinct’ tackling knife-carrying thief, but urges others not to put themselves ‘at risk’
An Aberdeen have-a go-hero who tackled a knife-carrying thief during a home invasion has said he “acted on instinct” to protect his family during a “nightmare situation”.
Residents at a block of flats in Aberdeen where a “suspicious” death was discovered have said the building has become “very unsafe” over the last few years.
An Aberdeenshire primary teacher accused of assaulting two young children has been acquitted of all charges.
The mother of a boy at the centre of an alleged teacher abuse trial has described how he returned from school with “weeping” wounds after being dragged across a classroom floor.
A classroom assistant at an Aberdeenshire primary school has claimed children were “petrified” as they witnessed their teacher “launch” a fellow pupil into a radiator and drag another boy across the floor.
‘Something went very wrong’: Sister of slain Aberdeen dad says investigation into killer’s release must ‘protect other families’
The sister of a slain Aberdeen dad has said an investigation into the release of his killer must provide answers that can “protect other families” from violent and mentally ill criminals being released onto the streets.
‘Fantastically disappointing’: George Street businesses vow to ‘keep going’ despite potential loss of John Lewis
An Aberdeen trader has said the likely closure of John Lewis is “fantastically disappointing” for small businesses on George Street – but insisted the area’s shops will “keep going”.
A new city taskforce will hold a summit next week ahead of crunch talks with John Lewis bosses over the future of the high street brand in Aberdeen.
Deliveroo blasted for ‘shocking exploitation’ of Aberdeen workers as almost 40% earning less than minimum wage
The “shocking exploitation” of workers for food delivery giant Deliveroo has been exposed by new figures revealing nearly 40% of Aberdeen drivers are earning less than minimum wage.
City leaders have called on Sir Ian Wood to lead a newly announced taskforce in an effort to keep John Lewis in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen leaders will launch a taskforce in a last ditch effort to convince John Lewis bosses to rethink the closure of the much-loved city department store.
Police were able to track down a man accused of rape through a Facebook "friend request" sent to the alleged victim on the night she claims she was attacked.
A serial thief who broke into an Aberdeen flat in a “terrifying episode” only to be tackled by his victim and left with a "battered" face has been jailed for more than two years.
A Crown Office probe has been launched into the circumstances surrounding the release of a prisoner who went on to stab a north-east man to death in his own home.
An Aberdeen farmer claims he has been “left in the dark” over plans to create a multi-million pound Energy Transition Zone (ETZ) on the site of one of Scotland’s largest rare and endangered animal farms.
An Aberdeenshire primary school teacher is to stand trial accused of violently attacking two young pupils.
A number of Brazilian Covid-19 variant cases have been detected in the north-east of Scotland, Holyrood has confirmed.
An Aberdeen man who stood accused of raping a 27-year old woman has been acquitted in the first trial to take place at the city’s high court since the outbreak of Covid-19.
A man has admitted throwing a kettle full of boiling water over his mum.
An Aberdeen University student who got behind the wheel while more than three times the limit has been banned from driving.
Transport authorities have reopened the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) after it was closed due to "adverse weather conditions".
North-east drivers urged ‘not to travel tonight’ and ‘stay home tomorrow’ as adverse weather conditions continue
Drivers in the north-east are being urged "not to travel tonight" and to "stay at home tomorrow" as adverse weather conditions continue to batter the north-east.
Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard how Donegan carried out a catalogue of violent and verbal attacks over a weekend in April 2020 – often spitting and threatening to fight doctors, security staff and police officers.
A domestic attacker who poured boiling water over his partner has returned to prison after he waged a campaign of threats and intimidation against his own mum.
An 80-year-old man who injured a professional boxer with a household nail has been spared a jail sentence.
A serial car thief has been jailed after he took north-east cops on a terrifying drink and drug-fuelled high-speed car chase.
An Aberdeen thug who threatened to spit on police officers and “infect them with coronavirus” as they tried to apprehend him has been jailed for three years.