A new tool has been launched to help save people in Aberdeen from thousands of pounds of fraud.
A turbine has been earmarked for planning approval near a popular castle despite concerns about its impact.
A city university has received the highest national honour at a ceremony in Buckingham Palace.
A North-east council shelled out more than £370,000 on a sports and leisure trust which never saw the light of day.
The Stereophonics bassist and founding member Richard Jones promised fans a good time before the Welsh quartet’s welcome Aberdeen return.
Ali Matthews is looking forward to winning more honours in Metro Aberdeen colours when she returns to the north-east on a permanent basis next month.
Schoolchildren in the North-east have been using robots and computer code to solve a sporting problem.
He was the Aberdeen bank clerk who went to war and became an unassuming hero.
An ocean protection charity is looking for volunteers to help with a North-east beach clean.
A horse-drawn hearse owned by a North-east man has been put up for sale.
An Aberdeen hospital has been praised by patients for the quality of care they provide.
As I was on my way to the Jose Mourinho press conference in Sevilla my mobile phone rang and I got a nice wee adrenaline buzz from the fact that it was one of my all-time favourite players.
Huntly boss Charlie Charlesworth insists tomorrow’s Highland League Cup tie with Strathspey Thistle is “must-win”.
A sheep gave North-east emergency crews the runaround after deciding to take a lunchtime walk.
Bulldozers will be on site within days to begin the task of razing Brechin’s Damacre Centre in a scheme still bitterly opposed in some quarters of the community.
Councillors have backed plans to apply for £2 million lottery funding to pay for the upgrade of a popular park.
The sale of a library building - for just £1 - will usher in a “new level” of service to residents in a North-east village.
A couple of years ago, Lauren Kedar was a world class rower.
Primary pupils were singing for joy after a Holywood star “liked” their rendition of one of his movie hits online.
A North-east park is in line for a major revamp – with the boating pond and play area set to be spruced up.
A wave of strike action in a bitter row over pensions got under way at universities across Scotland today.
Planning permission has been granted for the first 114 homes at a new development.
A North-east dad has been left “furious” after dozens of used syringes were dumped in his garden, leaving his children unable to play outside.
A councillor has raised fears about the state of a historic garden, claiming ground protection work carried out caused severe damage to the grass.
The desperate parents of a hole-in-the-heart baby will find out this week if doctors will give the family the go-ahead for a life-extending operation.
A North-east church is preparing to sell off more than 1,000 balls of wool in memory of a much-loved parishioner.
Firefighters took part in a training exercise with a difference at an Aberdeen farm.
Six North-east cafes have been shortlisted for an industry prize.
Transport chiefs have been accused of keeping the North-east in the dark over the completion date of the long awaited Aberdeen bypass.
The North-east’s district valuer has been flooded with appeals from businesses following a controversial rates revaluation.