A developer has moved to assure Aberdeen residents a new coffee shop will not increase traffic at a busy junction.
Record numbers of youngsters have taken part in a series of fun runs in Aberdeen.
A section of an Aberdeen road is to be temporarily shut while carriageway surfacing works are carried out.
A new map has been launched to highlight areas of historic suffragette activities in the north-east.
Knitted teddies are to make their way across Aberdeenshire – encouraging families to “go on a bear hunt”.
Three young DC Thomson Media journalists have won coveted awards.
A charity appeal to expand neurological care services has raised over £3 million.
North-east landmarks have been magically transformed into a Harry Potter wand-erland – but you’ll only be able to see them if you have a phone.
North-east pupils have been praised after winning a national competition.
A pensioner has told of her terror after waking up to find a thief crouching in her bedroom next to a kitchen knife.
Plans are being lodged to build a drive-through Starbucks in the Bridge of Don area of the city.
Staff at a children’s charity will be in a shopping centre this weekend to raise awareness.
New concept designs for a major Aberdeen street project have been unveiled to the public.
A bar operator today said the city centre was “imploding” as a shut down – with bosses blaming an increase in venues opening later and high business rates.
Plans to combat climate change in the north-east over the next 30 years are to be scrutinised by the public.
Members of the public are being encouraged to take part in a consultation into Scotland’s Marine Protected Areas.
A number of polling districts across Aberdeen could be moved under a new review. Find out if the proposed changes could affect your home here.
First Aberdeen has scrapped plans to extend a bus service to drop off passengers at a health centre due to “serious” safety concerns.
Politicians have called for a safety review to be carried out on the new AWPR amid concerns over busy junctions.
A charity is appealing for north-east residents to join a new fundraising group.
A total of 11 schools across Aberdeen took part in the local authority’s Kelly’s Cats competition, which saw pupils create their own versions with a Hollywood twist.
ScotRail has warned that there may be disruption to north-east trains after a lorry was stuck under a bridge
The Scottish Government has rejected an appeal to turn a stable into a dog hotel at an Aberdeen business.
A group dedicated to saving a historic park building hopes to present a business plan to Aberdeen City Council within weeks.
A series of talks to raise awareness of glaucoma are to take place at north-east libraries.
More than £1,300 has been raised for a cancer charity by staff at a north-east pub.
Groups and individuals across the city are being given the chance to apply for up to £5,000 of funding.
A children's charity has received a cash boost to help pay for holiday club activities.
A road closure which was originally to be for 11 days has been extended again.
An Aberdeen man has admitted a racial assault on a painter, shaking the ladder he was on then punching him in the face.