A nun has admitted children may have been made to kiss the bodies of dead nuns at an Aberdeen orphanage.
New standards in offshore health and safety need to be reached 30 years on from the Piper Alpha disaster, Scotland’s Energy Minister has said.
Three men have gone on trial accused of plotting to murder another man in Aberdeen with a Colt 'six-shot revolver'.
The couple’s wedding notice has been posted outside the registration office in Huntly, 15 miles from the Leslie family home, the 12th century Wardhill Castle.
A legal challenge to the Scottish Government’s ban on fracking was due to get under way today.
Drones flying over a North-east nature reserve could be causing deadly problems for a colony of seals resting on the sand there.
A nun told a schoolboy “your family doesn’t want you, your country doesn’t want you” as she informed him he was to be sent from Aberdeen to Australia, an inquiry has heard.
North-east woman still hasn’t regained speech after brutal attack at hands of disgruntled former colleague
A disgruntled former north-east factory worker carried out an early morning attack on a female supervisor with such brutality she still has not regained her speech.
Residents of a newly-built housing estate are having to collect their mail from a north-east town’s delivery office as Royal Mail refuses to carry out deliveries to the site on health and safety grounds.
More than a dozen jobs look set to go as abattoir owners plan to close a long-running north-east base.
A group aiming to rejuvenate a north-east high street is getting set to launch its first big project – tackling the gull problem.
Students who staged a sit-in at an Aberdeen university have left the educational body with a security bill of more than £12,000.
Work is to be carried out by a North-east council to save a historic bridge damaged during Storm Frank.
Morphine found in the blood of a driver after a fatal head-on crash in the North-east could have been heroin, a court has heard.
A 42-year-old Aberdeen man appeared in court today after heroin worth more than £200,000 was found in a fire-hit block of flats.
A North-east film-maker is set to team up with the star of Game of Thrones for his next movie.
The jury in the trial of the men accused of murdering Gary Clampett have been urged to return a verdict of culpable homicide for the man who struck the fatal blows.
Carpetright to close 13 Scottish stores - including its branch in Fraserburgh.
Aberdeen's final Toys R Us store is to close next week, it was announced today.
A murder accused has told a court he still has nightmares and “screams in his sleep” about a brawl that allegedly led to a North-east dad’s death.
Aberdeen bus drivers have voted to reject a new pay deal.
A North-east village that has been battling landslip problems for months is facing yet another setback.
A detailed planning application has been lodged for a substation that will process enough renewable electricity to power up to 900,000 homes.
Three neglected mules who were suffering with extremely overgrown hooves are recovering after being rescued in the North-east by an animal charity.
Woman wins legal battle against insurers after husband died after being escorted out of Aberdeen bar
A widow whose husband died after he was put in a choke hold by a bouncer has won a legal battle against insurers as she pursues a damages claim.
Police were called to the Apple store within the Union Square shopping centre in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen bus drivers today officially backed “all-out indefinite” strike action in their ongoing pay dispute.
Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to trace in connection with an unprovoked Aberdeen assault and robbery.
An acclaimed Hollywood film director and the son of David Bowie has been wowing his Twitter followers by baking one of his favourite foods - rowies!
A North-east teenager has been left “gutted” after thieves stole his only means of transport to get to and from his work.