A police motorcycle has been donated to a north-east transport museum after reaching the end of the road in its working life.
Architects and residents are being called upon to highlight their favourite buildings in Aberdeenshire.
A north-east has created a new beer using Scottish-grown hops.
Hotel staff joined together to raise funds for bereaved families.
Messages will soon be painted on city streets reminding dog owners not to let their pets foul on pavements.
Pantomime stars spread some festive joy at an Aberdeen children’s hospital.
Hundreds of people descended on Aberdeen Christmas Village for its annual Festive Fun Day.
An Aberdeen athlete who organised a run in memory of his dad has spoken of his pride after the event raised thousands of pounds.
A campaign group is launching a new drive to save a dilapidated Aberdeen landmark next year.
An annual Hogmanay party will have revellers dancing along to silent discos and ceilidhs.
Free educational workshops are set to take place in Aberdeen this winter.
A tree commemorating the centenary of public forestry in Scotland has been planted.
Panto actors have brought festive cheer to sick children in a city hospital.
Hundreds of students are celebrating after getting their degrees from an Aberdeen university.
One mature Aberdeen graduate admitted she was initially nervous about starting her studies at a later age.
Retail students raised money in style with a fashion show dedicated to supporting youth mental health.
According to the survey, sitting with people you don’t like is the biggest office frustration.
A platform that pairs Aberdeen-based architects with potential clients has received a share of £75,000 in the Scottish Edge Awards.
An RAF veteran who served in the Second World War was given an air force-themed event to celebrate his 100th birthday.
A local authority has received an award for restoration work to a fire-hit rail station.
An Aberdeen athlete is calling on members of the public to join him for a run in memory of his dad.
This year’s Santa Run in aid of Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) will see hundreds of locals dashing through the city.
An Aberdeen-based firm has donated more than £1,000 of new clothes to keep children and young teenagers warm this winter.
Aberdeen’s red squirrel population has increased, according to a survey.