SCHOOLHILL is very quickly turning into Aberdeen's foodie quarter.
PLANS to turn a site destroyed by fire into a restaurant and takeaway have been approved.
AN ABERDEEN cinema is calling on people to dig out old cinema tickets, to help the venue celebrate a milestone birthday.
GARDENERS whose allotments in Aberdeen have been torched said today firebugs were "dicing with their lives" by targeting sheds without knowing what is inside them.
TWO children have been found safe and well after going missing near Aberdeen harbour.
A PROVOST today expressed his disappointment over the delay of repair work to a new road designed to ease congestion.
A COASTAL beauty spot has been left littered with broken glass and rubbish, allegedly left behind by party-goers.
AN ABERDEEN schoolboy has spoken of his heartbreak after discovering the cat his family gave up for rehoming had been left for dead.
A DOZEN teenagers have completed a 14-week-long course at a 'Romance Academy' run by an Aberdeen church.
INDUSTRIAL action at a university has today been called off.
FIREFIGHTERS are tackling a blaze at the University of Aberdeen.
PEOPLE have been photographed on the roof of a derelict Aberdeen factory - just weeks after a massive fire which saw the owner ordered to bring in 24-hour security.
A NEW parking area for more than 500 cars is set to open beside Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) next month.
LAMPPOSTS which were left standing in the middle of a pavement are to be repositioned.
COMMUNITY leaders have called for a development on the site of a former petrol station to be a "gateway" to their town.
IT IS worth venturing out of the city to enjoy authentic Thai cuisine.
A POPULAR raft race could return next year if attempts to refloat the event are successful.
A NEW car park to "significantly increase" free parking provision at an Aberdeen hospital could be delivered by the end of next year.
A NEW parking system that was supposed to be rolled out last year has been hit by more delays, due to an electrical problem.
TRIBUTES were today paid to the founding father of an Aberdeen boys' football team who has died.
GONE are the days when you needed ‘Eastern’ inspired interiors and pictures of chopped chillies on the walls to make an Indian dining experience feel authentic.
FIRE crews were called to a suspected chemical incident in Aberdeen - before realising it was just a leaky fridge.
A WOMAN suffered serious injuries today after being hit by a lorry.