A community champion has thrown down the gauntlet for would-be MPs to visit a social hub.
A huge banner slamming Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has been hung from a bridge again.
An Aberdeen MSP has written to chief executive of the TSB over the reduction in bank hours.
A north-east MP being investigated by his party over allegations of "sexual touching" in a House of Commons bar has said it would be "inappropriate" to comment at this stage.
A banner calling for the resignation of an Aberdeen MP was posted outside his office.
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson will co-operate “fully” with any investigation by Westminster’s standards commissioner into allegations of sexual touching.
Interim Scottish Tory leader on Ross Thomson ‘sexual touching’ claims: ‘His behaviour is completely unacceptable’
The interim leader of the Scottish Conservatives today called Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson’s alleged behaviour “completely unacceptable”.
An MSP is urging people to volunteer in the north-east for a new service supporting older veterans who are experiencing hearing loss or tinnitus.
A north-east MSP has encouraged residents in flood-hit communities to take part in a consultation.
A Conservative MP has been accused of “trivialising” the dictatorship of Saddam Hussein while on a fact-finding visit to Iraq.
A North-east MP is taking a campaign against “barbaric” electric shock dog collars to Westminster.
The SNP's Callum McCaig - the city's former council leader - lost his Aberdeen South seat to the Conservatives by a majority of more than 4,000.
Aberdeen South has long been regarded as one of the more volatile seats in the North-east.
Candidates have officially put their names forward to represent North-east constituencies in the upcoming General Election.
Stretching from Cults to Portlethen, the Aberdeen South and North Kincardine constituency is another one of contrast.
Callum McCaig has won the vote for the Aberdeen South constituency. The SNP candidate won the seat with a majority 7,230 of votes. Aberdeen South Callum McCaig (SNP) – 20,221 Denis Rixson (Lib Dem) – 2,252 Anne Begg (Labour) – 12,991 Ross Thomson (Conservative) – 11,087 Christopher Gray (Independent) – 139 Sandra Skinner (UKIP) – 897 Dan Yeats (Green) – 964