Police are appealing for information after a man was left with serious facial injury following an unprovoked assault.
GRAEME Shinnie today insisted the Dons can produce another winning streak to revitalise their league bid.
LEGO has been used to highlight the anniversary of an Aberdeen dance festival.
Aberdeen's Christmas tree is now ready to have its lights turned on after being installed in the city centre.
TWO taxi firms are to merge to launch a smartphone app for customers.
A COUNCIL leader marked the official opening of a new £12 million school by unveiling a plaque.
THIEVES have stolen electrical items after breaking into an Aberdeen school.
A BRITISH rap star is to headline one of the North-east's biggest music festivals next year.
COMMUTERS are being urged to take care this morning after a set of traffic lights failed on a busy Aberdeen road. The lights on the A90 at the junction of Ellon Road and Balgownie Road have stopped working. Council workers will be on scene to fix the lights after 7am.
POLICE are hunting four thieves who broke into a shop in Aberdeen city centre and stole thousands of pounds worth of goods.
DONS boss Derek McInnes today admitted they will have to get back to being more street smart if they want to climb up the Scottish Premiership.
PUPILS at an Aberdeen school have been sent home following a power cut.
THE Prodigy are back.
Aberdeen has been installed as the bookies' favourite for a white Christmas.
A FIRE chief told today how he watched the front of an Aberdeen chipper crumble like a Lego model as a ferocious blaze took hold.
FORMER staff of an old telephone exchange will meet up for a reunion - almost 30 years after they stopped working together.
A SPECIAL concert brought together different sections of society to support refugees and pay respect to the victims of terror attacks.
A BUSY road in Aberdeen city centre has closed as preparation for the Winter Festival and Christmas Village continues.
ABERDEEN suffered frustration as they were held to a 1-1 draw away to Hamilton Accies.
FORGET haunted houses or castles – today we bring you what could be Aberdeen's first haunted wheelie bin.
PROVOST Skene's House isn't the only city landmark soon to be in the shadow of Marischal Square.
WHEN your trousers start to get a bit nippit round the waist you have two choices ... buy bigger breeks or watch what you eat.
"I WANT to make the audience laugh till their faces hurt."
IF YOU’VE ever needed proof Aberdeen is the party city, just check out these great pictures! Our photographers have been out and about, catching the party spirit of your night out.
THE Prodigy are back angrier and more ferocious than ever before.
Police are today appealing for witnesses after a top Aberdeen chipper was destroyed in a fire.
A COUNCIL could be set to tighten its budget for winter maintenance by as much as £1 million if plans are approved.
ALL school trips abroad have been cancelled until next year amid concerns over safety following the terrorist attacks in Paris.
Readers across the North-east have been sending us pictures of snow in their area. While most of Aberdeen has only recieved a light dusting, parts of Aberdeenshire have had much more substantial snowfall, which led to some traffic problems last night.
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