"The Aberdeen archive offers a rich portrait of the people who made up the town such as Canny Leis, who was punished for flinging the contents of a toilet bucket over a fellow townsperson, or the ruthless John Rutherford, who reneged on his uncle’s dying wish and set his dogs loose on a rival neighbour’s sheep".
An Aberdeen teacher has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.
The cheekiest schoolboy in Scotland has found a new home in an Aberdeen playground.
A murder accused messaged her former boyfriend to say she was “worried” about him just hours after his body was discovered at a car park, a court heard.
Not many can say they’ve committed over 40 years to the sport they love, but Alex Carroll celebrated 40 years at Aberdeen Shotokan Karate Club by being promoted to sixth dan black belt.
campaigners who want an upgrade at a notorious accident black spot have been dealt a blow.
Family has always been at the heart of everything for Emma and Stuart Humble, which is why the couple decided to return to their roots when they moved to Banchory.
City students showed their credentials as budding Lewis Hamiltons by going head-to-head in a racing challenge.
A FARMER whose sheep were chased to their deaths by dogs has urged other pet owners to keep their animals under control.
A north-east care home company has been shortlisted in three major awards.
They say street art is for the young – but don’t tell that to the participants of the UK’s first street art project for over-65s.
Aberdeen fell to their first defeat of the season as they crashed out of the SWF Division One North League Cup, with a 3-1 loss in the semi-final to Renfrew Ladies.
An Aberdeen sheriff who was charged after an investigation into claims of sexual misconduct will not face criminal proceedings, the Crown Office has said.
A woman told her mum she thought she still loved the man she’s now accused of murdering, a court heard.
Aberdeen found a way to win against Dundee at Dens Park.
One of the north-east’s oldest people has celebrated her 104th birthday.
A north-east pub is looking to create a beer garden.
A woman has climbed to the base camp of the tallest mountain for a dementia charity.
A former Aberdeen and Manchester United boss has seen the value of his personal company rise to more than £11 million after he raked in £2m last year.
Aberdeen Grammar are poised to end the season on a high starting tomorrow.
Garry Wood has netted for Formartine United in three final victories and he would love to make it a fantastic four.
Ryan Strachan is hoping he helps Cove Rangers lift the Highland League Cup to complete a clean sweep of medals in north football.
Callum Home is hoping Peterhead can beat Clyde tomorrow to strengthen their title hopes and also give him some friendly bragging rights.
While Barcelona were conceding four times to lowly Villarreal their European rivals were losing to Wolves. Again.
One of the Marc Andre Ter Stegen saves in Barca’s 4-4 draw at Villarreal was literally extraordinary – however, his risky anticipation over whether Toko Ekambi would cross or shoot left him embarrassed and cost Barça the 2-2 goal.
As if the drama on the pitch wasn’t sufficient, the images around the edge were searing.
Huntly manager Martin Skinner was happy with the points but not the performance as they eventually beat Lossiemouth 1-0.
Inverurie and Cults required extra-time to separate them in the final of the JM Low Trophy at Portlethen Academy.
Metro Aberdeen’s Fiona Brian will be aiming for a fast time when she joins 30,000 other runners on the starting line for the 123rd annual Boston marathon in 11 days.
A state-of-the-art gym has been installed at student accommodation in Aberdeen.