MSPs are calling for a reform of Holyrood payments after it emerged a former Scottish Government minister who quit over alleged sexual misconduct is in line for a golden goodbye of more than £7,000.
Morrissey fans camped outside the AECC the night before the show to guarantee they would be as close to their idol on stage as possible.
Scotland’s world-first floating windfarm has performed strongly despite being hit by a hurricane and huge sea swells.
The first batch of day tickets for a popular Aberdeen music festival will go on sale tomorrow.
We were lucky staff were able to squeeze us in on a visit to Ask Italian en route to the cinema on a busy evening.
A sports club claims complaints about a flooded pitch have “fallen on deaf ears”.
Rural residents have won their fight against a controversial 300,000-bird “pheasant factory” in Angus.
Residents have reacted with fury after St Cyrus Travellers were given “renewed hope” they won’t be kicked out of their homes.
The prospect of a new North-east super-school is back on the agenda for a local authority.
A city centre park is to close in preparation for a four-day festival.
A rail operator has reassured passengers they can buy tickets on the train if an unstaffed station’s machines do not sell them.
A football fan has claimed that a situation could have turned “ugly” after ticket holders were turned away during a landmark match.
Road chiefs are going back to the drawing board over the troubled Royal Arch at Fettercairn after its latest weather-related closure.
A cafe manager is urging people to give what they can to help cover the repair of a historic painting.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has insisted there will be no further delays to the creation of a major trauma centre in Aberdeen as she confirmed it would finally be up and running later this year.
A Holyrood committee will visit Aberdeen on Monday to discuss the impact of Brexit on the north-east.
Plans have been unveiled to build an injury rehabilitation centre on a farm.
A North-east mum who loves Doric so much that she only speaks English “when she has to” has won a competition aimed at keeping the traditional tongue alive.
A slice of Angus cinema history is to be brought back to life.
A formal application for a city university’s new £35 million science teaching hub has been submitted to the local authority.
There's a chance to extend the festive feeling when a Christmas classic arrives in the Granite City next week.
A planning application for significant changes to a Montrose development has been lodged.
Over £200,000-worth of time and material has been given to the Montrose Playhouse Project during a DIY SOS fundraiser.
A North-east professor has been appointed chairwoman of an oversight group analysing the use of mesh implants in Scotland.
Vandals have struck at a toilet block in a historic city park for the second time this month.
An Aberdeen serial rapist who attacked two women and a schoolgirl during a catalogue of offending has been jailed for more than nine years.
Revellers enjoying Mad Friday celebrations have been urged to behave responsibly by police.
Compensation paid out for land used for the Aberdeen bypass is set to go “way off” budget as a number of people have yet to claim, according to a land agency firm.
Kind-hearted Aberdeen Rotarians are ready to ship a container of goods to Africa to help a women’s refuge project in Sierra Leone.
The new multistorey car park at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has been hit by yet another delay.