A man who brutally murdered an Aberdeen hotel worker after a five-day drugs binge has been locked up for at least 19 years.
Antony Zanre struck a car in which Dameon MacPhee was a passenger after overtak-ing a tanker in his own Volkswagen Golf.
Former Scotland international footballer
Ian Wilson has launched a fundraising drive in an effort to deliver a personal thank you to those who helped to save his life.
A former journalist has been named as the new chairman of an organisation which works to maintain a north-east river.
A man has appeared in court for the second time charged with murder after an Aberdeen dad was found dead.
Projects looking for funding to promote the Doric heritage of the north-east have until tomorrow to submit applications to a brand-new grant scheme.
Arguably one of Aberdeen’s most iconic snowman of the past 100 years, this giant creation was constructed by four friends in the Winter of 1963. In 2012 the people people behind the snowman met up in Aberdeen. Click the image below to find out the story behind this amazing creation.
Aberdeen City Council has been named as a finalist in a prestigious national award celebrating achievements in local government.
A £21 million waste-water treatment works has officially opened in a north-east town.
A child rapist who photographed his abuse of a young girl to share online has been jailed for 13 years.
A man who tried to murder a mourner outside an Aberdeen pub was today locked up for 12 years.
A support worker convicted of benefit fraud has been removed from the register after a disciplinary hearing.
A child rapist who breached an order banning him from play areas has had his appeal against his conviction rejected.
Schools in the north-east are set to benefit from millions of pounds of funding as part of a scheme to provide dedicated counselling services to pupils.
A man has appeared in court facing a charge of causing serious injury by dangerous driving after a pensioner was knocked down.
A historic napkin from 1906 illustrating a royal visit to Marischal College has gone on public display at Aberdeen's Town House.
The opening hours for a north-east health centre are set to be reduced.
Aberdeen Performing Arts has made more than £5 million and attracted audiences in excess of 300,000 in the past year, a new report reveals.
North-east organisations have received recognition at a prestigious awards ceremony.
Scottish football legends turned out to celebrate the opening of Aberdeen's new Cruyff Court Neale Cooper.
More than a dozen children at a NHS Grampian hospital have penned letters to invite stars to visit them ahead of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards.
A historic north-east abbey has benefitted from a national funding scheme aimed at boosting tourism.
Residents at a care home have appealed for help in their bid to support a north-east charity.
Rare daylight footage of a wildcat has been caught on camera in the north-east.
The president of the Society of Radiographers has praised the work of NHS Grampian.
Families who have lost loved ones to brain tumours have joined forces to bring a new fundraising walk to Aberdeen.
A man who killed his friend in a brutal knife attack in the home they shared was today jailed for nine years.
The head of a business body has urged local traders to get in touch after dates for the return of Aberdeen Christmas Village were revealed.
A man who raped and sexually assaulted vulnerable women in the north-east has been jailed for seven years.
A probe has been launched into a fake fundraising page set up in the name of a police officer who died while on duty.