Businesses across the north-east are taking part in a new Christmas scheme in the hope of bringing people back to the city centre during its hour of greatest need.
Losing a loved one is a heartbreaking experience that sadly more of us than usual have had to face this year due to the global pandemic.
An Aberdeen man could be facing a jail sentence after being caught with two stun guns and a noxious spray.
Many children at some point in their lives feel like they don’t fit in and that they are different from other people.
Martin Wood, 35, attacked the teen girl at a house in Aberdeen subjecting her to a rape ordeal.
A crack cocaine addict who tried to murder a man in a brutal knife attack at a north-east play park has been jailed for eight years.
It’s that time of year again - the clocks have gone back, the nights are getting darker and Bonfire Night is just round the corner.
Online gaming is a huge part of many children’s lives. It’s a great way for them to be entertained, creative and connect with friends, especially as we’re coming into the winter months and spend more time indoors.
As I write my first article for ‘On The Beat’, I sit here and reflect on what has been an unprecedented year so far - not only for me and my colleagues here at Peterhead but for the country and indeed the world as a whole.
A north-east headteacher has told of the challenges and benefits brought on by the changes to the school environment as a result of lockdown.
A north-east charity is urging youngsters to take part in a bear hunt in Inverurie over the October holidays.
A historic north-east waterworks is set for a £52 million revamp more than 150 years after its construction.
This year has been one of the most disruptive and uncertain in living memory.
The Queen has hailed the “invaluable” role played by the media during the pandemic.
We’re all spending more time online at the moment.
A former Aberdeen Crown Office employee has admitted stealing hundreds of thousands of pounds of cash and drugs from her workplace.
A speeding drink driver who killed a pensioner at a bus stop is appealing the length of his 23-year road ban.
Life expectancy for men in Aberdeen have increased slightly among stalling rates nationally, new figures show.
We know that as children and young people develop and grow through their teens, it’s natural that they will become curious about topics such as relationships and sex.
An Aberdeen business chief today said that the new restrictions will hit the hospitality sector "hard".
A north-east hospitality group is calling for significant support in order to safeguard the sector.
The rich heritage of Aberdeen's harbour area is set to be explored in a new guide.
North-east charities awarded share of £4.25m extra funding to help women and children at risk from domestic abuse
North-east groups are to benefit from a £4.25 million Scottish Government funding pot to help women and children experiencing or at risk of violence and domestic abuse.
More than 1,400 people have accessed psychological support from NHS Grampian due to a service setup to help those in need cope with issues around Covid 19.
An Aberdeen university has been named Scottish University of the Year.
A north-east distiller is marking a new deal with a national retailer.
Young people are being urged to think about where they sleep – as part of a new charity campaign by Aberdeen Cyrenians.
A north-east health charity has donated £50,000 to help launch a football programme to help those hit the hardest by the Covid-19 crisis.
The work of talented creative practitioners and emerging entrepreneurs is to be featured as part of an Aberdeen university's first virtual ‘Postgraduate Showcase’.
I joined Grampian Police in 1991, and have worked in Aberdeen City for almost 29 years.