The Scottish Government has confirmed that one person has died from Covid-19 in Aberdeen since yesterday.
An Aberdeenshire sawmill has undergone a deep clean after two contractors from Greater Manchester tested positive for Covid-19 after carrying out work there.
Emergency services rushed to the scene of a two-vehicle crash involving a Stagecoach bus and a Mercedes-Benz in Aberdeen this afternoon.
Banks O' Dee Fitness centre has been forced to temporarily close after a member who used the facility tested positive for coronavirus.
Protestors congregated at Castlegate in the city centre to stand in solidarity against ongoing police brutality in Nigeria.
Extinction Rebellion activists have dumped “mounds of manure” outside the BP offices in Aberdeen as part of a climate protest.
A woman has described how two horses galloped past her house in Aberdeen this evening.
Proposals to cut a further 34 jobs at Aberdeen International Airport have been described as "another devastating blow" for the country's aviation industry.
A number of fake names have appeared alongside medical professionals in an open letter calling on governments to pursue herd immunity.
Residents were evacuated from their sheltered accommodation in Rothienorman this evening following a kitchen fire in one of the homes there.
O'Neill's Irish pub in Aberdeen has announced it will close tomorrow following the latest restrictions placed on the hospitality sector.
The number of Scottish rail journeys taking place has dropped 95% amid the pandemic – with passenger numbers across the country now at their lowest level since the mid-1800s.
Police, NHS, university and council launch joint investigation as Covid-19 cases at Aberdeen university hit 142
A total of 142 cases of Covid-19 have now been identified within the university's student population.
A popular Aberdeen bar has announced it will close for the foreseeable future after new restrictions on hospitality were introduced.
Crew members on an oil vessel in Cromarty Firth are isolating after a colleague who remains on board tested positive for Covid-19.
Revered rock guitarist Eddie Van Halen has died at the age of 65 following a battle with cancer, his son has said.
A 38-year-old man has been charged in connection with the illegal trapping of a bird of prey.
A 50-year-old Aberdeen man who was earlier reported missing by police has been traced "safe and well".
An Aberdeen primary will be closed to all pupils tomorrow as "necessary repairs" get under way to itstheir hot water system.
A total of 122 cases of coronavirus have now been identified within the Aberdeen University student population.
Petrolhead presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May were spotted in the Highlands yesterday as filming for the Grand Tour gets underway.
Here are the latest live news updates from the north-east, as well as the major national and international stories breaking throughout the day.
The principal of Aberdeen University has issued an apology to students after staying with his son on a trip to Wales.
Principal of Aberdeen University apologises for staying in another occupied household during visit to Wales
An apology email has been sent to staff and students after the university's principal decided to stay with his son during a visit to Wales.
Ambulance crew and police attended the one-vehicle incident in Aberdeen this afternoon. A car collided with the set of traffic lights at the roundabout from Hazelhead to Kingswells at around 5.25pm. It is unknown if the driver has sustained any injury. More to follow.
A total of 107 cases of coronavirus have now been identified within the Aberdeen University student population.
An Aberdeen MP has said he is seeking “immediate clarity” from Shell on the local implications of its plans for up to 9,000 job cuts. The oil major has announced it will cut between 7,000 – 9,000 jobs globally by the end of 2022 in order to save $2billion – $2.5billion annually. Read more on Energy Voice here.
Police responded to at least 300 parties on the first weekend of tighter restrictions, figures have revealed.
Students living in Aberdeen University accommodation reportedly broke the rules over the weekend - and could now be fined or excluded.
A mythical beast has been spotted circling the turrets above Aberdeenshire's Craigievar Castle.