Alan Redford reckons Cove Rangers are a more creative side than most teams in League One.
‘We’re sitting third and why wouldn’t you want to aim for second?’ – Aberdeen’s Jonny Hayes says they should be looking to challenge Celtic in Premiership
Dons ace Jonny Hayes has set his sights on trying to catch second-placed Celtic.
Derek McInnes says there’s been no change with Scott Wright’s situation with winger set to face Ross County
Dons boss Derek McInnes insists there has been no movement regarding Scott Wright’s possible departure and says the attacker is ready to face Ross County today.
Derek McInnes is optimistic that Connor McLennan will remain an Aberdeen player.
Passengers flying to the Netherlands from the UK must supply a negative rapid test before getting on a flight.
Ross County are hopeful of welcoming leading scorer Ross Stewart back into the fold for tomorrow’s Premiership encounter with Aberdeen.
A trade union says the situation on Scotland’s railways is “becoming terrifying” after part of a bridge collapsed approximately one mile from the site of the Stonehaven train derailment.
As children and young people return to homeschooling due to the new lockdown, there is no doubt this will have a continued detrimental impact on mental health and wellbeing.
As someone once dubbed the biggest gossip in town, I’m fair strugglin’.
Four more deaths of people with coronavirus from the north-east have been recorded in the last 24 hours.
A man has been given a formal warning by police after his behaviour concerned locals in Cove.
Ross County boss John Hughes hopes to have extra numbers available for the visit of Aberdeen.
Derek McInnes insists Aberdeen now have the coping mechanisms which mean they do not have to fear Scott Wright’s Pittodrie exit.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes keen to highlight good work done to keep football going during pandemic
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes harbours concerns about how Scottish football can navigate the pandemic.
Plans have been approved for mass vaccinations to begin in the north-east.
A north-east MP has called on ministers to “sort out this mess” inflicted on the fishing industry by the UK’s exit from the European Union.
Astroturf pitches should be banned from the Scottish Premiership.
A former teacher has been cleared of sexually assaulting pupils at an Aberdeen school.
Aberdeen City Council has issued more than 7,500 laptop computers to pupils so they can take part in online learning.
Steven Gerrard is ready to offer up one of his Rangers fringe players as a make-weight to fast forward Scott Wright’s move from Aberdeen.
Derek McInnes: Bruce Anderson has to channel frustration of Ayr United loan into making impact for Aberdeen
Bruce Anderson has been challenged to make an impact at Aberdeen in the second half of the season.
A new chief executive has been announced for children’s charity The Archie Foundation, following a “devastating” year where it effectively had to “start from scratch”.
Steven Gerrard says Rangers player could be makeweight in deal to land Aberdeen’s Scott Wright in January
Aberdeen attacker Scott Wright's move to Rangers appears to be moving closer - with Ibrox boss Steven Gerrard saying talks are "progressing well" over a pre-contract agreement.
An Aberdeen charity has thanked those who made donations as part of their latest campaign.
A woman who left a love rival scarred after a broad daylight attack in the city centre has been ordered to pay her victim compensation.
A male cyclist was taken to hospital following a crash with a car at an Aberdeen roundabout.
Here are the latest live news updates from the north and the north-east, as well as the major national and international stories breaking throughout the day.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Tomas Cerny has left the club and announced his retirement from professional football.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Tomas Cerny has retired from professional football due to a knee injury.
Mourners held aloft huge banners outside Pittodrie as the funeral procession for a Dons legend made its way past the ground.