An Aberdeen shopping centre has installed a new rainbow display over busy street.
Police are appealing for information after a car was stolen in Aberdeen.
A man seriously assaulted outside an Aberdeen hotel was kept in hospital overnight.
Police are hunting for thieves who broke into a house and stole a car.
Charges at libraries across Aberdeen are to increase from the beginning of next week.
An Aberdeen student group has welcomed their university’s decision to revoke an honorary degree from the Sultan of Brunei after a human rights row.
Plans have been lodged to demolish the former Aberdeen base of an oil and gas firm.
It was an egg-cellent Easter weekend for sunseekers as parts of the north-east boiled with record-breaking temperatures.
The team who loses their discipline, usually loses the match.
The flooring at Aberdeen Railway Station is to be replaced because it is too slippy.
A giant bunny is one of a number of animals given a new home this Easter after being adopted by Scotland’s Rural College.
The decision by a bank to shut an Aberdeen city centre branch has sparked criticism.
A petition to place a weight restriction on several Aberdeen roads has been lodged with the local authority.
A new sea adventure that promises to give people a new perspective on north-east wildlife and landmarks is to launch next month.
Police today launched a witness appeal after a man was seriously assaulted on the street outside an Aberdeen hotel.
Three staff members at a north-east charity are helping to support the work it carries out by undertaking extreme challenges during the coming months.
Escaping the hustle and bustle of city life was exactly what Paul Turner had intended on doing for years.
An Aberdeen family are among those who have benefited from a charity’s mindfulness session.
Every week our new series focuses on different hidden gems in the collections of the Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum and Aberdeen City & Aberdeenshire Archives
Local authorities in the north-east have been handed almost £3 million to help those in need.
Every week our archive team pick a selection of their favourite images taken by our photographers over the past few decades – today we feature a selection of images of Easter celebrations from the North-east over the years.
A company director is taking on a challenge to climb 50 Munros in only 150 days to support an Aberdeen children’s charity.
Not only has she become a natural in the pool, the school worker has used her new skill to help a good cause, swimming 2.5km to raise £400 for Cancer Research UK
A Boys’ Brigade group has helped to spruce up a north-east train station.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was delighted with his side’s return to winning ways in Saturday’s 1-0 Ladbrokes Premiership win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Every week our archive team pick a selection of their favourite images taken by our photographers over the past few decades – today we feature a selection of images from Bieldside and the surrounding area.
A north-east cancer charity is on the lookout for young ambassadors.
Steve Clarke insists Steven McLean should never referee a Kilmarnock game again after he sent off three Killie players in their 1-0 Ladbrokes Premiership defeat to Aberdeen at Rugby Park.
Scott McKenna was the Aberdeen goal hero as the Dons opened up a crucial three-point gap over Kilmarnock, who finished a fractious Ladbrokes Premiership encounter at Rugby Park with eight men.
A plan has been drawn up to guard Aberdeen against the impact of climate change.