Strictly stars encouraged Aberdeen audiences to waltz along to P&J Live to help them raise the roof.
An amateur footballer has gone on trial accused of hurling racist abuse at an opposition player during a match.
A poignant memorial service has been held for RNLI volunteers who died in the Fraserburgh lifeboat disaster 50 years ago.
New York Red Bulls and other clubs tracking Sam Cosgrove will have to stump up big money to secure him in January.
Fraserburgh assistant manager James Duthie would love to keep Ross Willox at Bellslea until the end of the season.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen’s Red Shed initiative deserves applause – now let’s trust fans to drink at Scottish games
Aberdeen should be applauded for introducing the Red Shed initiative in the Merkland Road Stand for the Scottish Cup tie.
Aberdeen freestyle skier Kirsty Muir refused to be downbeat despite agonisingly missing out on a medal at the 2020 Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne, Switzerland.
A north-east business is shutting down after 20 years – but the owner has high hopes of reopening.
Efforts to raise thousands of pounds for charities by donating flight simulator tickets have been described as “fantastic”.
Lovingly upgraded by the current owners, this desirable four-bedroom home is in the heart of sought-after town of Stonehaven.
Set within a popular Riverside Drive development, this spacious two-bedroom flat offers beautiful views of the River Dee.
The charity partners for a popular running event are urging people to take part in the event.
With an enviable waterfront location, this magnificent five-bedroom home enjoys panoramic sea views.
This was the cry after Kitty of Frying Pan Alley was first exhibited in 1921. The acclaimed society portrait artist Sir Oswald Birley usually painted royalty, viceroys and prime ministers. Kitty was already a special choice.
Dozens of premises across the north-east will participate in a scheme to provide free access to toilets.
ScotRail has racked up more than £3.3 million in fines last year.
Nominations are now open for the Scottish Charity of the Year awards, with a north-east MP urging constituents to get involved.
An Aberdeen nursery has been praised by inspectors for providing children with a welcoming and caring environment.
An inspiring fundraiser which has already raised more than £1 million for the fight against cancer will return this spring.
The mother of a north-east murder victim has said she does not believe her killer will ever reveal where her body is.
Emergency services were called to tackle a van fire in a North-east village today.
An Aberdeen community centre and a domestic abuse charity have been awarded a cash windfall in the latest round of National Lottery funding.
Twenty-five tonnes of food – the equivalent of more than 50,000 meals – was collected during the Original 106 Christmas appeal.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen will have been reminded they can’t be complacent against Dumbarton in Scottish Cup
Aberdeen’s focus will quickly shift from Dubai to Dumbarton as they ramp up their preparations for this weekend’s Scottish Cup tie.
Aberdeen Restaurant Week is back for its fifth installment and organisers Aberdeen Inspired are calling on local eateries to get involved and showcase their offerings.
Plans are under way for the £500,000 refurbishment of an award-winning Aberdeen hotel as part of its 40th anniversary celebrations.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson hailed hat-trick hero Graeme Rodger after their 5-2 win over Fort William.
The owner of an Aberdeen craft beer shop announced it will close in the coming weeks.
One of Scotland’s most acclaimed young jazz groups will perform in Moray next month.
Boasting very bright and spacious accommodation, this double upper flat forms part of a substantial West End property.