Schoolchildren from across the city have been building gardens in cardboard boxes while learning about sustainability.
A mum-of-two who suffered an almost fatal stroke has been given a huge boost in her recovery – thanks to her inspirational younger sister.
A film-mad schoolboy has taken home a prestigious award at a national ceremony.
Movie-mad Aberdeen schoolkids are preparing for their moment in the spotlight after being nominated for a top accolade.
Emergency crews have been called to a car on fire near an Aberdeen school. Firefighters were alerted to a car on fire near Bucksburn Academy, just off Kepplehills Road at 12.22pm. One appliance was sent to the scene to tackle the blaze.
An Aberdeen boy received a special birthday surprise.
Showing a massive range of talent and devotion for her sport is Aberdeen schoolgirl Kirsty Muir.
Five talented young people who have excelled in sport have been shortlisted for a prestigious accolade.
“Some had their mouths covered with scarves and were shouting ‘we’ll be waiting for you after school’."
A teen swimming coach with an “incredible” eye for detail and passion to be the best instructor he can be has been nominated for one of Aberdeen’s Sports Awards.
A short film created by pupils from an Aberdeen academy will premiere at a bypass festival this weekend.
Two short films created by north-east school students have been shortlisted in a competition to celebrate the opening of the AWPR.
North-east pupils have received first-hand experience in energy industry training.
Aberdeen council was today criticised for ordering schools to return £750,000 in underspends in a bid to ease “budget challenges”.
A talented Aberdeen pupil has been named the winner of a prestigious jazz award.
More than a quarter of North-east schools could be at or over capacity within the next four years.
New figures have revealed there are still 150 vacancies across schools in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
Aberdeen pupils are on their final fundraising push before they set sail for a week's voyage on the west coast.
Keeping some pupils in over lunchtime in a bid to make them buy school meals could be on the table for two Aberdeen academies.