An education programme run in association with NASA has been launched in Aberdeen
Chancellor Philip Hammond should support the oil and gas industry, not build a war chest for Brexit, according to Aberdeen South MP Callum McCaig.
A North-east whisky firm has scooped two top awards for its rums.
Aberdeen City Council has suspended contract regulations to ensure work to refurbish one of the city’s most historic buildings is not delayed.
Charges against a photographer in relation to indecent images of children have not been proven, a court has heard.
Confidence is slowly returning to the oil and gas sector but "considerable challenges" remain, industry leaders have said.
Councillors were today to discuss plans for a historic bridge which could see it replaced with a £4.9 million new crossing.
Teachers in Aberdeen have been offered the opportunity to apply for voluntary severance - despite around 100 posts being vacant.
The oil and gas industry doesn't need further tax breaks in this week's Westminster budget, according to Scottish Conservative energy spokesman Alexander Burnett.
An Aberdeen skatepark is undergoing a series of work to give it a new lease of life.
A North-east hotel, which was badly damaged in a huge blaze two years ago, is almost ready to reopen.
A roundabout on a busy Aberdeen road could be replaced with traffic lights if a local authority's plans go ahead.
A comedian who will be appearing at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival will be performing in Aberdeen.
The boss of a well-known town store has spoken of her fears for future of a North-east High Street as the shop gets set to close for good.
A scientist has helped develop a new material that could be used in the construction of spacecraft and prosthetic limbs.
A support group has been launched to help North-east families who have suffered a miscarriage.
Aberdeen residents are being urged to check whether they are eligible for a reduction in their council tax rates.
A charity event celebrating the music and culture of the Mods is returning to Aberdeen for the fourth year running.
Firefighters were called to a blaze which engulfed a caravan. The incident happened yesterday at around 2.40pm in Keith. A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said no members of the public were nearby.
A national food retail chain has announced the closure of one of its stores.
A teenager is due to appear in court for allegedly assaulting a street pastor.
Community leaders today told of their sorrow after a woman was killed in a two-car crash on a major road.
Aberdeen City Council has the second highest number of body-worn cameras in use in Scotland.
A long-running community celebration will go ahead this year despite fears it faced cancellation.
Six incidents involving laser pens took place at Aberdeen International Airport last year.
Two city students are to hold a festival to encourage more women into punk, rock and metal music.
A man has appeared in court charged in connection with an alleged attack on a man in Aberdeen.
A councillor has demanded urgent action to tackle congestion in a North-east town.
It's hard to remember the fever pitch of The X Factor show, but if you cast your mind back to December of last year, you may recall a few of your favourite contestants vying for your votes.
Buildings have been demolished to make way for Aberdeen's multi-million pound Berryden Corridor.