Offshore union RMT today repeated its call for a full public inquiry into the tragedy.
The Doric accents will be subtitled for American audiences.
Ronan Curtis, 19, struck just a month after he was freed by a sheriff.
A man has appeared in court today accused of dangerous driving in a crash that killed three people.
Motorists in the north-east are facing delays on a major route into Aberdeen tonight.
A collective of “art pranksters” who featured in an Oscar-nominated film by Banksy is coming to Aberdeen.
The family of a popular Aberdeen dance teacher who passed away after battling breast cancer have paid tribute to her, saying she was “beautiful inside and out”.
Interim Scottish Tory leader on Ross Thomson ‘sexual touching’ claims: ‘His behaviour is completely unacceptable’
The interim leader of the Scottish Conservatives today called Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson’s alleged behaviour “completely unacceptable”.
Tories investigating claim Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson was spoken to by police over ‘sexual touching’ in bar
The Scottish Conservatives today said they are "looking into" claims that Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson was quizzed by police over allegations of "sexual touching" at a Westminster bar.
A team of nine employees from Simmons Energy were tasked with turning £500 into £5,000 in six months in aid of Children 1st.
An Aberdeen murder trial jury was today continuing its deliberations in the trial of a man accused of bludgeoning Brian McKandie to death at his rural north-east cottage during a robbery.
A director today praised north-east audiences after his new film went straight to number one at the box office charts.
A north-east film director has revealed how he gave one of his Aberdeen FC idols a cameo role in his new movie.
Having one of the world’s greatest directors take your calls and offer advice is something even the most experienced Hollywood film-makers would give their right arm for.
A north-east film director whose new movie about Laurel and Hardy is about to hit cinemas has told how he can trace his affection for the comedy legends back to his north-east primary school.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson tonight said discussions with Aberdeen bypass contractors to open the southern stretch of the route have been "positive".
A man has appeared in court after an alleged attempted robbery at an Aberdeen shop.
A sex worker's client who savagely attacked the woman with a claw hammer leaving her pleading for her life was today jailed for five years.
Two Aberdeen women who were caught with drugs worth £175,000 during a police raid have each been jailed for three years.
The new movie from a north-east director will have its world premiere at a prestigious film festival later this year.
A cash machine raider who was caught after his lost girlfriend flagged down police for directions will be sentenced later this month.
His mother was so horrified that after seeing news coverage of the incident she turned him in to senior police officers probing the attack.
Three people have been arrested after a 32-year-old man was injured in a alleged attack in Aberdeen.
There’s chips with curry sauce – then there’s chips with scurry sass.
Police are keen to hear from anyone who saw two men running away from the area of Sclattie Park.
Seven of the UK’s most acclaimed food stars are bringing their Michelin-starred menus to Aberdeen for a special festival of fine dining.
A service to remember the 167 men who lost their lives in the Piper Alpha disaster 30 years ago has taken place in Aberdeen tonight.
Armed police have sealed off an Aberdeen street tonight and residents have been told to stay indoors.
Gillian Martin dropped as new minister after calling transgender students ‘hairy knuckled lipstick-wearing transitional laydees’
A north-east MSP has been dropped from a list of new Scottish Government ministers after she apologised “unreservedly” for “inappropriate and offensive” remarks she made about transgender people.
A warning has today gone out after a man posing as a doctor managed to get into an elderly patient's home in the north-east.