Hundreds of youngsters are gearing up to take part in this year’s Evening Express Carol Concert.
An emotional Toni Shaw called her second World Para-swimming Championships medal “the biggest achievement” of her life.
Aberdeen’s Toni Shaw had a day to remember at the World Para-swimming Championships in London.
Another Aberdeen’s Sports Awards nomination is just the latest high in swimming starlet Toni Shaw’s career.
An Aberdeen-born actress has told of what it was like starring in the most talked about British TV drama of the year.
Pupils from an Aberdeen school have put their expertise to the test to build a 3D replica of a new state-of-the-art mental wellbeing facility.
Aberdeen 15-year-old Toni Shaw says it’s “really exciting” to be selected for the World Para Swimming Championships in London.
Pupils at an Aberdeen school interviewed a former French president as part of a project about the First World War.
If 2019 matches 2018, Aberdeen swimmer Toni Shaw will be delighted.
A group of city students and staff have successfully summited the base camp of Mount Everest.
Pupils from an Aberdeen school have taken on the ultimate challenge – reaching Mount Everest base camp.
Students from an Aberdeen school are given the chance to expand their skills and life experiences, inspectors said.
Good causes have shared in a £105,000 windfall thanks to north-east schools.
Staff at an Aberdeen nursery provide a welcoming and nurturing environment for children, inspectors have said.
An Aberdeen graduate told how seeing politics in action helped inspire her during her studies.
Teenage Aberdeen swimmer Toni Shaw has missed out on a chance to win a medal at the Commonwealth Games - but recorded her best ever time.
Aberdeen's 14-year-old Commonwealth Games swimmer is set for her long trip Down Under – after this afternoon’s bell goes.
Traffic restrictions will be in place on an Aberdeen road next month.
An Aberdeen pupil has a shot at selection for Scotland’s Under-21 netball side when they head to this year’s European Championships.
Children from an Aberdeen school have been given an insight into life during World War 2.
A young musician is celebrating, after a carol she penned for her dad last Christmas landed her a top industry accolade.
AN ENGINEERING centre is to be built as a school extension. Aberdeen City Council’s planning committee unanimously backed the plan for Albyn School on Queen’s Road. The new facility, which would overlook Queen’s Lane South and consists of two classrooms and a laboratory, would provide a base for teaching technology-related subjects.