A pensioner who sued a coach company after breaking her ankle on a bus in Aberdeen has been awarded more than £16,000 by a specialist judge.
Plans have been lodged to clean the granite of a prominent Aberdeen city centre building.
Fraserburgh assistant manager James Duthie was pleased to avoid a cup shock at Fort William on Saturday.
Willie Miller: Cyprus was decent, but we can do better with Aberdeen’s McKenna and Devlin paired up at back
Steve Clarke should consider giving clubmates Scott McKenna and Mikey Devlin a run out together for Scotland.
With its extensive garden grounds and impressive features, this four-bedroom property would make the ideal home for a growing family and couples alike.
Overlooking the Don, this spacious property is situated in a peaceful riverside location.
A stone’s throw from the array of amenities available in the heart of the city, this two-bedroom apartment combines practicality and style.
A north-east holiday park has won Best Holiday Park at this year’s Scottish Outdoor Leisure Awards.
Inspectors have praised a north-east local authority’s adoption service.
An event in Aberdeen is set to discuss the issues of climate change and fuel poverty, and the role architecture and design can play in providing solutions.
Aberdeen City Libraries next week mark Book Week Scotland with a fabulous line-up of author talks.
When Mel Edwards was told he had multiple myeloma, bone marrow cancer, his first reaction was to ask whether it would interfere with his preparations for veterans’ running events.
Some household detergents, antiseptics and insecticides are potential environmental risk factors for an aggressive form of breast cancer, scientists say.
Aberdeen’s Kai Crawford picked up a clutch of medals when representing Great Britain at the world biathe and triathe championships at St Petersburg, Florida.
Banchory’s Great Britain international Robbie Simpson makes his ultra-distance race debut in California this weekend.
After the rape, Teglas abandoned his victim, in her late teens, in a flower bed where she was found by passers-by.
Combined, the two flood protection schemes are expected to cost around £15.5 million
Safety fears have been raised over issues with street lights in an Aberdeen community stretching back over a number of months.
A north-east pensioner has been charged with attacking an employee at Dundee Railway Station.
Scotland finish off European Championship qualifying Group I with a double header against Cyprus and Kazakhstan.
Aberdeen’s victory against Ross County means they have come through a potentially tricky period with flying colours.
And now it can be revealed... the West End and Broadway musical sensation The Book Of Mormon is coming to Aberdeen for three weeks in May.
A new general manager has been appointed to take over the role at north-east hotel.
Situated within the popular residential development of Grandholm Village, this stunning two-bedroom apartment exudes luxury and sophistication.
Situated in a quiet sought-after West End location, this three-bedroom property would make a great family home.
One of the many highlights in the recently reopened Aberdeen Art Gallery is the Le Passeur (The Ferryman) by William Stott, of Oldham, on loan from the Tate.
Adrian Jones, 48, originally from Stoke-on-Trent, yelled abuse from his window and warned not to mess with “a Stokey”, advising that people from his town were “nasty”.
The north-east is set to commemorate Remembrance Sunday with a host of events.
Landmarks in the north-east will glow red this weekend in support of the Scottish Poppy Appeal.
The revamped city art gallery has welcomed its 10,000th visitor – just a week after it opened.