Aberdeen's Lord Provost has signed up to take part in clinical trials to find a vaccine for Covid-19.
Community leaders, politicians and union chiefs have spoken of their shock and heartbreak after Scotland's worst rail disaster in nearly 30 years claimed three lives.
Sir Alexander Anderson was the man who built Aberdeen.
More than £200,000 has been awarded to charities by a Covid-19 hardship fund.
The number of households in Aberdeen has increased by more than 18,000 in the past three decades.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost has appealed for musicians and residents to take part in commemorations for the 80th anniversary of the "other Dunkirk" - the Battle of St Valery-en-Caux.
A further 10 charities are set to receive a cash boost from a Covid-19 hardship fund.
Two of Aberdeen's lowest-claiming councillors have revealed the secret to keeping their expenses down.
An appeal for information has been made after a former Aberdeen primary school was vandalised.
A special event has been held to recognise the hard work and dedication of an Aberdeen organisation.
A civic reception is to be held next month to mark the 20th anniversary of an Aberdeen sea cadets group.
Community and religious leaders along with some well-known faces pass on their festive wishes to the people of the north-east
A festive extravaganza, the event draws in a huge audience to watch brave fundraisers plunge into the North Sea for charity.
The Salvation Army will perform for Christmas shoppers tomorrow evening. The event kicks off at 6pm at Marischal Square. Lord Provost Barney Crockett, in his role as the Lord-Lieutenant, will be there with vice Lord-Lieutenant Andrew Lawtie and the Deputy Lieutenants.
Hundreds of people braved the November chill to watch Aberdeen’s Christmas tree switch-on last night.
Hundreds of people are expected to turn out for Aberdeen's Christmas tree switch-on ceremony tomorrow.
North-east residents have been celebrating Latvian week with a series of events taking place in Aberdeen.
The newly-reopened Aberdeen Art Gallery has played host to a special Remembrance Day service.
The newly re-opened Aberdeen Art Gallery hosted a special Remembrance Day service today.
Staff are now calling on the public to help raise the final £250,000 through its Raise the Roof campaign.
Six city residents have been presented with a top civic medal.
The Lord Provost has thrown his weight behind proposals to transform Aberdeen into a free port.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost took flight on a zipwire down Aberdeen's Union Street, as part of an event encouraging residents to ditch their cars for the day.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost has spoken of his honour after being chosen to represent a body aimed at boosting international trade.
A sports body has had its work recognised after picking up one of the UK’s highest honours.
The Banner of Condolence was sent to Aberdeen as a gift from the Trades Council of Victoria in Australia as a tribute to the 167 who died following the explosion on the North Sea platform.
Councillors in Aberdeen have adopted international guidelines on anti-Semitism.
Elected members from across the political spectrum have paid tribute to a former Aberdeen councillor who passed away at the age of 76.
An Aberdeen charity has been announced as having a starring role in the Aberdeen version of Monopoly.
A new shop has opened providing equipment to those who need help to maintain their own independence.