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Emergency crews have been called after a car and tractor crashed on the A90 today.
The next generation of creative entrepreneurs will be chosen through a new university scheme.
Residents have been urged to have their say on potential options to stop coastal flooding in Stonehaven.
A north-east heritage museum has turned to experts in a bid to put a stop to an invasion of bees.
An appeal for volunteers has been made to help make a difference to a number of projects in the north-east.
A man was rescued from Aberdeen Harbour in the early hours of this morning.
An award-winning chef has teamed up with a charity to tackle food waste.
North-east children are being given the chance to illustrate a book, with profits being donated to charity.
A woman who lost her brother to a workplace incident will give a talk to business leaders in Aberdeen.
Pupils at a north-east school have unveiled their contribution to a nationwide fundraising campaign.
A fundraising afternoon tea event takes place tomorrow.
Dozens of youngsters from the north-east have taken part in the latest round of climate change protests.
A north-east woman is aiming to honour her late husband by organising a blood drive in his memory.
A complaint by a prisoner over the work system at a north-east superjail has been thrown out by a watchdog.
The final £5 million for Aberdeen Art Gallery will be raised only after it has opened to the public, a senior councillor has claimed.
The city council will carry out a review of traffic lights in the Bridge of Don area of the city.
Thousands turned out in rainbow colours today to celebrate Aberdeen's second ever Grampian Pride.
A rescue operation was launched today to rescue a deer found in the water at Aberdeen Beach.
Officers investigating the claim soon realised the allegation was not true after checking CCTV and spotting her in a supermarket at the time of the alleged crime.
A new social enterprise which aims to turn waste apples into cider and juice has got under way.
According to new figures, 420 letters were sent out across the city – 160 in Aberdeen South and 90 in Aberdeen North.
An Aberdeen teenager has become the youngest bus driver in Scotland.
The construction period will be around 10 weeks and, at times, a one-way system will be in operation on Schoolhill.
A probe has been launched by health and safety chiefs after a man was trapped under a lorry.
Union leaders are at loggerheads with bosses at Aberdeen International Airport over pay and pensions and have confirmed staff will strike from 4am to 4pm on both June 7 and June 10.
Michael Kindness, 29, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court after being charged over the alleged incident on April 20.
Two north-east slip roads will face overnight closures next week while £90,000 of resurfacing works are carried out.
Lanes closed after a two-car crash on the A92 have been re-opened.
A shoplifter has been jailed after stealing eight bottles of vodka.
Lanes have been forced to close after a two-car crash on the A92.