Derek McInnes has admitted the speculation over his future may have affected his Aberdeen players in recent weeks.
Aberdeen turned in an impressive performance to see off St Johnstone 3-0 at McDiarmid Park.
Parking on part of a city road will be prohibited for five days next week for broadband works.
Two talented illustrators have created children’s books about mythical beasts which live in and around Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen care boss has lodged a formal complaint after a service that helps hundreds of vulnerable people was criticised.
School pupils across the North-east are “falling behind” on a number of educational basics, new Scottish Government data suggests.
New figures have revealed NHS Grampian has the worst record in Scotland for child mental health treatment times.
A man is due to appear in court after a number of sneak-in thefts from properties in Aberdeen city centre.
Plans for the Aberdeen to Fraserburgh stretch include a new roundabout, overtaking lanes and partial dualling.
Police have appealed for information after two bikes worth hundreds of pounds were stolen from a city shed.
Temporary traffic lights have been installed on a busy North-east road to allow for construction work.
It's a bold move starting your show with a showstopper.
Boss Derek McInnes told Niall McGinn he would be welcomed back to Aberdeen with open arms should he want to return to Pittodrie.
More than 1,000 prescription tablets have been seized in Aberdeen - in what officers are calling the most significant of its kind in the North-east.
Dr. Martens are to open their first store in Aberdeen.
Have you gone all out adding a touch of Christmas sparkle to your house or garden, or have you teamed up with your neighbours to create an outstanding festive street display? We want to know.
An Aberdeen man caught with cannabis resin worth £320,000 has been ordered to pay prosecutors more than £2,000.
Aberdeen is still the UK city most likely to have a white Christmas.
Staff and pupils at an Aberdeen school have released their final Christmas video.
Decision on Aberdeen International Youth Festival funding pushed back to new year after ‘stormy’ meeting suspended
Aberdeen councillors have delayed making a decision on whether to fund a popular youth festival until early next year.
Residents have raised concerns about the number of disabled parking bays in a busy Aberdeen area.
A man has been charged after more than £7,000 worth of drugs were found at a flat in Aberdeen.
A weather warning for ice has been issued for the North-east.
A Beatles tribute band is set to get back to the only venue in the city the Fab Four played.
Repairs to the Forties pipeline, which carries 40% of North Sea oil and gas, could take up to three weeks, operators have said.
Christmas shoppers are invited to purchase small paper stars for the tree in memory of the loved ones they are missing during the festive season to raise cash for The ARCHIE Foundation, the official charity of the children’s hospital.
An 8-4 defeat at the hands of Edinburgh Capitals saw the Aberdeen Lynx’s title bid take a hit.
A housing organisation has come under fire after two residents were left without heating or hot water.
A family's Christmas has been ruined after heartless thieves stole presents worth thousands of pounds.
A road in the heart of Aberdeen’s city centre has reopened. Upperkirkgate opened to traffic heading eastbound yesterday. A stretch of the road, between Flourmill Lane and Gallowgate, had been shut for work on Marischal Square and Broad Street.