Jobcentre bosses in Aberdeen have found unlikely inspiration for getting people into work – speed dating.
Roadworks at an Aberdeen junction are causing delays on one of the city's busiest roads.
The Aberdeen International Comedy Festival attracted more than 10,000 people to the city centre, organisers have revealed.
A campaigner has called for a rethink of shared spaces in Aberdeen over fears for the safety of disabled people.
A man has been charged after cannabis resin worth almost £30,000 was seized from a property in Aberdeen.
A workshop on the government’s European Union Settlement Scheme is being held in Aberdeen
Campaigners have called for an urgent transport strategy review to be carried out over plans to dual a major road.
Lawrence Shankland thinks the lessons he learned during his ill-fated Aberdeen spell have helped propel him to the national team.
More than three years since fleeing war-torn Syria, Omar is training to become a university lecturer – and has thanked staff from Aberdeen JobCentre and others who have helped transform his life.
Dogs seized as police and SSPCA raid north-east property following reports of illegal animal fighting
Properties have been raided in a crackdown on dog fighting in the north-east.
A £750,000 improvement project on a north-east bridge has finished – ending nine weeks of delays for drivers.
Aberdeen Art Gallery will be one of the city’s most accessible buildings when it reopens next month.
Aberdeen defender Mikey Devlin aims to prove to Scotland boss Steve Clarke he can be trusted for big international games.
Firefighters have been called to a blaze near an Aberdeen school.
Taxpayers have been left counting the costs after vandals destroyed new outdoor equipment at an Aberdeen primary school.
An Aberdeen woman who left a man fighting for his life has had her sentence delayed after she missed a psychiatrist appointment.
A popular bakery chain has plans to open a new store in Aberdeen.
North-east pupils are being given the chance to shine in a construction competition.
Situated in a sought-after West End area, this spacious Aberdeen home would be ideal for families who like to entertain.
Plans have been approved to refurbish an Aberdeen city centre pub.
A child bereavement charity has opened a new office in Aberdeen children’s hospital.
When Samantha and Andrew Gray first set eyes on this stylish pad, they were immediately taken with its immaculate condition.
An Aberdeen couple are to take on Africa’s highest peak in aid of a north-east care charity.
Three new digital artworks will go on display at the Music Hall until March next year.
Aberdeen academics are exploring local legends and folklore to help encourage youngsters to study social sciences.
In this week’s Aberdonian we’re focusing on the north-east’s fishing industry. We’ve dug out these images from across archive images people in the north-east working in the industry over the last 60 years.
An Aberdeen primary school has appealed for stallholders to register interest for an upcoming event.
A university is carrying out a survey into active travel in Aberdeen.
A new exhibition showcasing a Victorian photographic phenomenon is set to take place.
A north-east cultural festival has been praised by an MSP after he joined in the celebrations.