Firefighters were in attendance at an Aberdeen flat building following a report of a "burning smell".
A north-east lifeboat was launched after a dingy capsized.
An Aberdeen charity that has a big vision for the future has supported more than 80 children with complex disabilities or life-limiting conditions and their families in the past year.
An Aberdeen road has reopened today after a two-car crash.
Officers are appealing for information following a 'disturbance' outside a north-east hotel.
Pupils at an Aberdeen school interviewed a former French president as part of a project about the First World War.
An Aberdeen road is to remain closed until tomorrow morning, following a rush-hour crash.
People in the north-east are being encouraged to come forward for hepatitis C testing.
The increasing number of people turning to Aberdeen foodbanks has been labelled as “crazy” by one man who has seen the issue from both sides.
A closure-threatened Aberdeen music store will not be shutting its doors, bosses have confirmed.
Movie-mad Aberdeen schoolkids are preparing for their moment in the spotlight after being nominated for a top accolade.
Residents near TECA are concerned their streets will become clogged with cars when the centre opens
Major traffic disruption in Aberdeen city centre is to continue for another three days – after a communications cable was badly damaged.
Drivers looking to travel on a major north-east road are being warned of delays.
An Aberdeen road was partially blocked following a two-vehicle crash this afternoon.
An Aberdeen swimming club has been splashing the cash for charity.
Since announcing the project on social media she has received items from as far afield as the USA and New Zealand.
Head teacher Emma McDonald met pupils to discuss what play equipment they would like to see before final decisions were made – with a hot tub and swimming pool some of the more lavish requests.
The charity, which helps more than 6,500 people with practical and emotional support, as well as rehabilitation and equipment to assist them, will celebrate their 140th anniversary at the Marcliffe Hotel.
Railway bridge inspection works are to take place later this month.
Community groups in three areas of Aberdeen are asked to put forward ideas that could see cash handed out.
An Aberdeen secondary school has donated more than 1,600 items to a foodbank.
A first-of-its-kind brunch event is to be held at an Aberdeen five-star hotel.
An Aberdeen university’s ancient Egyptian mummy is to go on display in the US.
New fire alarms are to be installed in every north-east home following new legislation.
A former astronaut is swapping the International Space Station for the Granite City.
Aberdeen council chiefs are set to open a public consultation on the future of a city school.
An Aberdeen pet hotel is appealing to the Scottish Government after plans to extend the business were rejected.
The first homes in Aberdeen have been connected to a new fibre broadband network.
Two cars have crashed on an Aberdeen road.