An app which connects your credit and debit cards to a breathalyser has been released, in order to help stop people spending too much money while drunk.
Whether you have Irish roots or not, St Patrick’s Day is a perfect excuse to imbibe the Irish spirit and dabble in some Gaelic fun.
Gosh it looks like I’m a racist now. How on earth did that happen?
Alcohol could be banned at events in North-east council properties when children are present.
Shop given permission to sell booze at halls of residence in Aberdeen – despite objections from NHS Grampian
A retailer has been given permission to sell alcohol on a university halls site – despite concerns being raised it could encourage students to drink.
At the beginning of each year, we make a promise to ourselves that one way or another, we will make beneficial changes in our life.
A supermarket and alcohol charity are working together to provide free information and advice on alcohol.
NHS Grampian has objected to plans to sell alcohol on a university halls site due to fears it will encourage students to drink.
Dry January might be in full swing but if you’ve already fallen off the bandwagon don’t feel bad – scientists have just announced a load of reasons why drinking is good for you.
Would you drink vodka made from cow’s milk? Well a Dorset farmer is producing vodka from his actual cow’s milk in what he claims is a world first.
Two North-east people who sought help for their drinking have shared their experiences of hitting rock bottom, in a bid to encourage others to seek support.
Concerns have been raised after an application was lodged to sell alcohol at a petrol station on one of Aberdeen's busiest roads.
A total of 160 children have been hospitalised in the North-east for alcohol-related issues over six years, new figures have shown.
A new study has poured cold water on the idea that moderate alcohol consumption is healthy.
Britain's 15-year-olds are suffering due to pressure at school, feeling fat and drinking too much, according to a new report.
AMBULANCES attended five emergency calls a day in Grampian where a patient was so drunk it had to be formally recorded by medics
A PILOT scheme to give drug and alcohol addicts free bus passes has been welcomed in a report for transport chiefs.
A HEALTH board has objected to an Aberdeen shop's plans to sell alcohol over fears for the local residents.
A BOOZE ban could be lifted on an Aberdeen street for the festive period.
Aberdeen mum: ‘I have no more than a couple of months to live – and it’s all because of my drinking’
A MUM has today spoken out after being told she will die within "a couple of months" because of her drinking.