A 15-year-old north-east skier is well on his way to the top after triumphing at his first Europa Cup meet.
CELEBRITIES have backed a city charity’s £3.9 million drive to nearly double the number of people it can care for.
ABERDEEN City Council has responded to a request for details on dealing with “an aggressive rising of the dead”.
A long-running group has marked a major milestone at an event which attracted more than 100 nurses and reunited friends.
A popular tourist spot in the north-east has enjoyed another bumper season.
A developer has been given the go-ahead to move forward with a proposal to build 142 homes in a north-east town after a successful planning appeal.
The development of a controversial £150 million waste incinerator in Aberdeen has missed a key deadline – before construction work has even started.
Dons legend Jim Leighton has thrown his support behind plans for a new £10 million fitness village.
Former First Minister Alex Salmond has formally begun his legal action against the Scottish Government over its handling of sexual harassment allegations made against him.
A Mearns triathlete’s hopes of competing in a “bucket list” adventure have suffered a blow.
COVE Rangers’ 32-year stalwart has taken his association with the club to new heights – as stadium manager at their new Balmoral Stadium.
COVE Rangers boss John Sheran was pleased his side got the win after their Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup battle with Formartine United at the Balmoral Stadium.
A north-east hospital is gearing up to host its third annual games tournament for older patients.
An APPEAL has been launched to track down the descendants of sailors who were rescued by a north-east heroine.
Aberdeen City Council's co-leader has written to the chair of Labour calling for support for nine councillors currently suspended by the party.
When Gordon and Patricia Sleigh decided to move to a smaller home eight years ago, they instead fell in love with a beautiful period home at St Cyrus.
Concerns have been raised the city council is struggling to recruit Gaelic teachers.
A call has been made for a development company to press ahead and build more houses in a new north-east town.
Fitness fanatics have signed up to run on the runway at Aberdeen International Airport.
Betting shop bosses today welcomed the conviction of two men who carried out an armed raid on one of its stores.
Primary school pupils are visiting care home residents as part of a new project set up so they can teach each other new games.
Organisers of a popular art festival spoke of their hopes it will be “bigger and better” this year as it launched in the city.
Dons legend Joe Harper gave an emotional eulogy to his best friend, who had known since a child.
Fears have been expressed that someone may be injured or killed at the former Sunnyside Hospital site, as reports of children gaining entry to the site continue almost daily.
A man has appeared in court charged with assault to the danger of life in connection with an incident in a north-east town.
Aberdeenshire will be away from home tomorrow for the first time since the opening day of the season.
A north-east MSP has lent her support to a call for creating two sports pitches at a local school.
More than £150,000 of repairs have been carried out on police cars over the past year, with some damage caused by vandals.
A dairy farm is hoping to become a household name after hitting shelves in supermarket giant Morrisons.
A police search for a 90-year-old pensioner missing since December has been scaled down.