Wearing face masks has given the clueless pair of Cummings and Johnson the idea of becoming outlaws, operating beyond the law.
University denies U-turn over planned charges on food supplies for ‘desperate’ self-isolating Aberdeen students
Aberdeen University has denied trying to take advantage of "desperate" students unable to get to a supermarket while self-isolating.
Former Open champion Paul Lawrie was set to take on a new challenge today as the inaugural event of his Tartan Pro Tour got under way.
Being in lockdown is not easy for a lot of people (including me). Every day is almost exactly the same as the same day one week before. I hate how I can’t play with my dad even though he is right next to me doing his work.
My name is Rebecca Knox, I am nine years old and I go to Kittybrewster Primary School.
A busy north-east road was closed for two hours following a three-car crash.
One of Scotland’s most acclaimed young jazz groups will perform in Moray next month.
Dundee midfielder Josh Mulligan has joined League Two leaders Cove Rangers on loan until the end of the season.
The judging line-up for The Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour, which is set for Aberdeen's P&J Live, has been announced.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper is hoping to guide them into the second round of the Scottish Cup for the first time since the 2015-16 season.
Extra patrols have been organised by police after three women were approached by men while walking alone in a north-east village.
A record number of secondary school pupils from across the north-east visited the SPE Offshore Europe event.
A two-year study to monitor how effectively birds can avoid wind turbines will start off the coast of Aberdeen next week.
An under-threat bus service has been saved, Aberdeen City Council has claimed.
A new food service has been launched in Aberdeen city centre to help those in need.
The Prime Minister visited a farm in the north-east on a trip to Scotland to announce extra funding to be made available for farmers.
Peterhead’s David Ferguson hopes the club can provide him with a springboard to return to full-time football.
Tributes have been paid to a city school worker described as a “much loved” member of staff following her sudden death.
The organisers of an annual north-east music festival will be celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.
A disabled Aberdeen pensioner has hit out after he was left waiting more than three hours at night on a busy roadside for breakdown cover.
Residents from a sheltered housing complex in Aberdeen have celebrated the opening of their new community space.
A lifesaving charity based in the north-east has received a cash boost following a fundraising event.
A new hydrogen festival will take place in Aberdeen as part of a drive to explore low-carbon technologies.
The grass will finally be cut in three prominent parts of a north-east town following a local authority’s controversial decision to strip back the service in public places.
The playground at a north-east school has undergone a £1,230 revamp so youngsters can use what was previously an overgrown space.
Volunteers in a north-east village have joined forces with local groups to put on a free lunch to help tackle rural loneliness.
A FORMER Scottish Maritime Academy pupil has been named trainee deckhand of the year.
A LONG-TERM plan to renovate part of a historic north-east railway line is proceeding full steam ahead with the installation of a new platform.
Sumptuous and stylish, this spacious property is set within a quiet residential area in Stonehaven.