Just over a year ago I discovered Royal Thai for the first time and really enjoyed it.
An Aberdeen community is facing being left without a recycling point after repeated fly-tipping forced the council to take action.
A traveller camp on the outskirts of a North-east community has been backed by council planners despite public outcry.
An award from a Boys’ Brigade group is helping youngsters secure their first job.
A leading spokesman for the Scottish seafood industry insists the sector has a bright future despite “doomsday economic reports” about its prospects after Brexit.
A police investigation has been launched into the death of a dog that was fatally attacked by another dog in Aberdeen.
A prisoner at HMP Grampian has died.
Patients are still struggling to park at a flagship North-east hospital, after a weekend of construction work on a multi-storey car park turned into almost three weeks and counting.
Council chiefs have launched the city’s winter maintenance plan and earmarked a budget of more than £1.7 million.
Susan Boyle is to perform at a North-east church as part of efforts to raise £50,000 for a cancer charity.
A van and bus have crashed at a busy Aberdeen roundabout.
A person was rescued from an early morning high-rise blaze by firefighters today.
Recycling has increased by 25% in Aberdeen since new bins were introduced earlier this year.
Developers behind a new city community said they want to make it “one of the safest” in the North-east by lowering speed limits.
A busy road was forced to close after a bus collided with a historic Aberdeen bridge.
A man in his 40s has been taken to hospital after an accident with a car on a busy street.
A victim of a “wicked” child rapist has said she hopes he will “rot in hell” after his appeal to slash his jail term was refused.
Plans to make six streets pedestrian-friendly during evenings will boost Aberdeen's night time economy, it was claimed today.
Christmas has come early to community groups and charities with a special panto ticket giveaway.
The Scottish Government has been accused of making a “political decision” in denying Aberdeen hundreds of civil service jobs.
A local authority has spent almost £7 million putting homeless people into temporary accommodation in the last six years, new figures show.
A local authority has been accused of “failing” children after it emerged teachers dedicated to pupils with specialist needs have been used to cover staff shortages more than 300 times this year.
Plans are wheeling ahead for the creation of a long-awaited skatepark which could help breed the next generation of extreme sports stars.
Aberdeen's Music Hall has received a £20,000 boost towards its ongoing redevelopment.
A popular ski centre will soon be able to transport three times the number of visitors to the top of the slopes.
The magical world of Disney on Ice is poised to return to Aberdeen next year with some of the world’s best loved characters in tow.
A man missing from his North-east home has been found “safe and well”.
Smart benches – which can charge phones and laptops – are to be installed in Aberdeen city centre.
I’ve never heard a peep about the food at the DoubleTree by Hilton the decade I’ve lived in Aberdeen – but it turns out it might just be one of the best restaurants in town.
Aberdeen has the second highest level of crime in Scotland – beaten only by Glasgow – despite a fall in overall illegal activity, new figures show.