An Olympic athlete has competed against an unusual opponent to launch a north-east charity's fundraising event.
An Aberdeen university has said it is “disappointed” at union criticism that it is operating on a “jobs for the boys approach”.
Aspiring photographers are invited to a networking tour of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen has welcomed the Royal Navy’s destroyer HMS Diamond in her first visit for almost three years.
An Aberdeen church has lodged a last-minute application to save a historic community hall.
Two divers have been rescued from rocks near Aberdeen.
A helicopter is attempting to winch an elderly man to safety after he fell at Dunnottar Castle.
A car has left the road shortly after a bend, driving into a ditch.
Royal Navy air defence destroyer HMS Diamond is in Aberdeen for the first time in almost three years.
A north-east road has been shut after a one vehicle crash.
A north-east charity has launched its annual fundraising cycle ride.
A north-east community organisation has been presented with a prestigious award.
An Aberdeen cafe will host an evening of debate exploring dietary issues.
A north-east group created to support parents of transgender children is considering expanding due to its popularity.
A garden tourism group is to create a map marking the best green areas in the north-east.
A health board has released the first images of a new £14.7 million facility ahead of its opening at the end of the month.
A north-east hospital is gearing up to host its third annual games tournament for older patients.
A north-east boxing champion has lodged £10 million plans to turn a disused school into a health and fitness village.
A community trust has secured more than £160,000 to turn a disused bowling green into a market garden and cafe.
A north-east care home which tied residents to chairs and gave them the wrong drugs has been ordered to close by a court.
Two vehicles have crashed on an Aberdeen roundabout.
Judges from the prestigious Britain in Bloom competition have now visited Aberdeen.
North Sea strike action will continue until the end of October if a resolution cannot be met, according to a union boss.
A city university chief is to remain in his role despite union criticism he did not go through a recruitment process.
A seal more used to the Arctic has been found dead on a north-east beach.
An investigation has been launched after a distress call to the Coastguard was found to be a hoax.
North-east lifeboats have been called out after a mayday call was received.
Two Aberdeen paths have undergone a £120,000 transformation as part of the AWPR project.
A group of north-east cyclists have managed to raise just under £5,000 for charity after a 100-mile event.
Police and fire crews have been called after one-car crash in the north-east.