New hatchlings have arrived at a care home for the elderly – leaving residents feeling like spring chickens.
Bridge of Don
An Aberdeen man today told of his coronavirus hell in Spain – and said more needs to be done in Scotland to stop the spread.
Former Lord Provost John Reynolds has urged supermarkets to waive delivery charges for elderly customers.
An Aberdeen primary school is closed for the day to allow for cleaning as a precaution against coronavirus.
A number of groups across the north-east have been awarded funds through a supermarket scheme.
Plans to build a drive-thru Starbucks in an Aberdeen community have been rejected.
Situated in a slightly elevated position and occupying a lovely area in Bridge of Don, this semi-detached house would make a great home for families.
An Aberdeen woman celebrated her 100th birthday in style – by having a bagpiper serenade her.
New signs have been installed in an Aberdeen community to help tackle speeding.
An Aberdeen car park will close tomorrow for pothole repairs to take place.
Proposals to build up to 150 homes at the former headquarters of an oil and gas firm have attracted a raft of complaints.
A north-east angling association has paid tribute to its president after he passed away suddenly.
Cannabis is to be prescribed legally from a new private clinic in Aberdeen – the first in Scotland to do so.
An elderly care home resident has recreated the first date he and his wife had nearly 68 years ago as a special Valentine’s Day treat to her.
A lifelong Aberdeen couple have celebrated Valentine’s Day by turning back the clock – recreating their special first date from nearly 68 years ago, in 1952.
A second public consultation into an Aberdeen bus gate is to be carried out.
This week, we've selected a number of our favourite properties on the market in the north-east.
An Aberdeen nursery has been praised by inspectors.
A number of school zone traffic signs in Aberdeen will be fixed after they were found to be flashing at the wrong times.
An event focused on women in business will be held this week.
There is still time to attend one of a series of focus groups set up to discuss upcoming changes to early learning and childcare services in the city.
Volunteers are wanted to help prepare an Aberdeen park before the new season.
A building warrant to fit out a new fast food restaurant has been refused by the local authority.
A proposed residential development in Bridge of Don could be the first in Scotland to use hydrogen to power homes, if planning consent is granted.
Selfless people from across the north-east are giving up their time to help patients caught up in medical emergencies.
A former Aberdeen councillor has hit out over flowers being repeatedly stolen by a green-fingered thief from a prominent war memorial.
Plans for a major housing development in an Aberdeen community are to go under the microscope when the city council’s planning development management committee meets next week.
Work to knock down Aberdeen's former exhibition centre is expected to begin in the coming weeks.
A proposed Aberdeen development of more than 500 homes could bring £100 million of new investment if it is approved.
An Aberdeen family who adopted a service dog trained to help dementia sufferers said they don’t know where they would be without him.