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Two teens are set to stand trial next month accused of assaulting and robbing someone while holding a garden fork and metal pole.
Health chiefs are appealing for help due to the shortage of one type of blood.
An Aberdeen burger restaurant has closed its doors.
A total of 19 schools in Aberdeenshire will be over capacity in four years, figures released by the local authority reveal.
Plans to build a conference space with extensive grouse-shooting facilities have been approved for a north-east estate.
David Jardine said: “You’re lucky I’m hungry or I would’ve smashed this over your head.”
Proposals to convert a former shop in a north-east village into an extension for a house have been approved.
A broken down HGV is causing delays on a busy Aberdeen road. The vehicle is causing tailbacks all along Wellington Road and is stuck on the junction with Girdleness Road. Delays to bus services are also expected but police said they are not in attendance.
Drivers are facing delays in Aberdeen this afternoon as traffic lights have been hit by a power failure.
More than 3,600 people have signed a petition to reinstate flights from Aberdeen to Gatwick.
Aberdeen has been named one of the six Scottish finalists in the UK’s largest community gardening competition.
Charities in the north-east are being encouraged to apply for People’s Postcode Lottery funding.
THE GREAT PEE-SCAPE: Prisoner who fled Aberdeen court after toilet break crashed in friend’s getaway car
A prisoner who fled from security staff at Aberdeen Sheriff Court during a toilet break has told a trial about his “spur-of-the-moment” bid for freedom.
A north-east health board has backed a national drive to make people aware of units of alcohol.
Conservation bosses have been accused of “interference” by city council leaders after moving to grant listed building status to eight city high-rises.
Aberdeen’s upcoming Premiership clash with Hibernian could be moved to after 7pm on a Saturday night in the club’s latest experiment to engage fans.
Anthony Heeps, 31, pled guilty to three shoplifting charges when he appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
Hundreds of north-east school pupils have been learning about careers in the energy industry.
Michael Slater, from the MacDuff area, was last seen at about 9.00am on Tuesday in the Cornhill area of Aberdeen.
An Aberdeenshire rugby club is celebrating after securing a site for a new pitch.
A publicans’ body claims bars have been “hit hard” by changes to drink-driving laws and the smoking ban.
A man has been given unpaid work after police walked in on him with a pal in a headlock and a woman pinned to the ground.
More than 80% of people who attended Aberdeen Royal Infirmary’s emergency department were seen or assessed in four hours, new figures have shown.
A man has pled guilty to being concerned in the supply of cocaine and heroin in Aberdeen city centre.
The 21-year-old, whose address was given as Aberdeen, was charged with the supply and production of a drug.
The best of the north-east has been captured by talented photographers from across the region.
A man walked into a city police station and asked for the keys to a police car – before wandering out to the car park and attempting to steal a CID vehicle.
Councillors have thrown their weight behind improvements to an Aberdeen school following a damning report.
Firefighters have been stood down after being called to Aberdeen FC's Pittodrie stadium.
A cancer support charity is appealing for volunteers – and has been given political backing for its efforts.