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A north-east primary schoolgirl's design has been chosen to appear on water bottles that will be handed out to thousands of runners at an upcoming sporting event.
The boss of ScotRail has said they will look into issue of some north-east communities feeling cut off since the changes to train timetables last year.
An Aberdeen teacher has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.
Offering hot and cold food and drinks, free wifi, charging points and children’s activity areas, it will operate under a concept of customers paying what they believe the refreshments and service is worth.
The 39-year-old is alleged to have tried to import 19,800 Lambert and Butler and 2,400 Marlboro Gold King Size filter cigarettes at Aberdeen International Airport while attempting to evade paying duty.
Asda has issued a recall notice over concerns one of their products may contain undeclared gluten.
A man has been fined after assaulting his ex in a drunken row in the street.
Aberdeen council bosses have named the roads they want to see repaired across the city as part of a £10.6 million programme this financial year.
ScotRail boss Alex Hynes has apologised for the major disruption and pledged that will be over by the end of next month.
Watchdog: Patient who suffered cardiac arrest during operation at Aberdeen hospital was treated correctly
A man who suffered a cardiac arrest during an operation at an Aberdeen hospital was treated correctly, a watchdog has ruled.
Three men have been charged following a series of break-ins in two north-east towns.
Animal rights group Peta has called on energy giant Shell to go vegan for a day on its North Sea platforms.
A woman was caught seven times the drink drive limit after a member of the public called police.
The cheekiest schoolboy in Scotland has found a new home in an Aberdeen playground.
A new Aberdeen lifeboat is set to be named for a man who died in a tragic helicopter crash.
A man has been handed unpaid work after admitting being concerned in supplying herbal cannabis.
Lee Paterson appeared in the dock at Aberdeen Sheriff Court for sentencing over the incident at the Tartan Pig on Hollybank Place in Aberdeen.
A TV gardening legend is set to hang up his trowel for the last time, as he heads for retirement.
A woman has been given unpaid work after hitting people with a bag in a BrewDog bar.
A murder accused messaged her former boyfriend to say she was “worried” about him just hours after his body was discovered at a car park, a court heard.
Colin Cumming, 32, appeared at court for sentencing after previously being found guilty of dangerous driving on Anderson Drive at the crossing opposite the Clifton Road junction.
The patient, who later died and who has not been named, was in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Woodend Hospital between December 2016 and March 2017 while she had surgery to treat heart disease.
Almost 900 north-east homes were left without power following an outage last night.
Wing and a Prayer Hen Rescue, which has rehoming points across Scotland, will begin to offer its services in the north-east thanks to a new intake.
Five sites have been identified as points where people are most likely to be annoyed by road and rail noise.
McDonald's and KFC both have restaurants near the roundabout.
Rare football medals marking historic Dons wins are to go under the hammer.
A scheme that keeps Aberdeen children fed and active in the school holidays has been given a major funding boost.
Nearly 20 drivers have been spoken to or charged in connection with motoring offences during a weekend crackdown by north-east police.
Esther Lloyd has organised monthly singing night Inner Vocals after she realised belting out her favourite songs helped her deal with the stress of her cancer treatment.