Tommy Wilson said he is sad to be leaving a “brilliant club” after he and co-manager Andy Roddie parted company with Huntly.
Boss Derek McInnes today warned he wants an immediate response from the Dons after their horror show against Motherwell.
School crossing patrollers, public toilets, community centres and libraries are all under threat in a savage council savings plan that has caused a senior Tory councillor to quit the party.
Youngsters in a North-east town have chipped in to help with the work of a community group aiming to keep its cemetery in top condition.
A couple who were the first to use a new defibrillator to save a woman’s life have spoken of the “lucky chance” they were able to come to her aid.
School pupils have held a tea party to acknowlegde volunteers who give their time to charity.
Construction on a long-awaited sports centre is now months behind schedule due to legal issues.
Two Aberdeen pubs have won a top award – celebrating the quality of their toilets.
A string of famous faces from the last 1,000 years of a North-east town’s history have returned to the town centre.
Gymansts from the Garioch club brought home a haul of 53 medals after travelling to Inverness to take part in the Highland Floor and Vault competition.
A community defibrillator has been used for the first time to save a life.
Aberdeen-based lightweight Marek Laskowski suffered injury frustration on his return to fight in his native Poland for the first time in eight years.
Workers have been removed from a North Sea platform after diesel contaminated its water supply.
An Aberdeen charity shop which supports breast cancer research has appealed for generous builders to help them expand their floor space and raise more money.
Aberdeen were drawn at home to St Mirren in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie insists they can perform a giant-killing act when they face Rangers in the Scottish Cup.
Inverurie Locos moved level on points with Cove Rangers at the top of the Highland League with a 3-0 win at Keith.
Aberdeen will face competition from Premiership rivals Hearts in the race to secure winger Niall McGinn.
The worst performance of the season, and one of the poorest under boss Derek McInnes – Aberdeen must rediscover their form quickly if they are to remain in second spot in the Premiership.
Taxi and private hire car drivers in the North-east are being asked their views concerning a proposed medical assessment scheme.
Christmas stocking up….with a JK Fine Foods festive feast
A move has been sparked to make Angus playparks smoke-free zones.
Since I moved to Spain I’ve been witness to some properly remarkable events while covering the greatest football the world’s ever seen.
The North-east’s most experienced coach has boldly predicted Scotland can beat New Zealand tomorrow after more than a century of trying to get the better of the best team in the game.
Council chiefs have accused a contractor of leaving a key piece of the city’s history “lying around” after a 344-year-old plaque from Aberdeen’s oldest surviving house was left propped up against a wall.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost is to brave the icy North Sea at this year’s Boxing Day dip – but today ruled out wearing a Borat-style mankini.
Police are cracking down on drivers who are thundering around residential parts of a town in their cars.
BrewDog customers in Moray are being charged nearly double for their deliveries as those in the south of England – despite being hundreds of miles closer to the company’s Aberdeenshire base.
One of Scotland’s most famous roadside restaurants looks set to move to new premises.
“If she had got the help she needed then, maybe she would still be here,” says tragic Libbi’s mother
The Angus mother of tragic Fife teenager Libbi Toledo has said her daughter “would still be here” if she had received the help she needed.