Hundreds gathered in Aberdeen tonight to protest a top court ruling that bans abortions in cases of congenitally damaged foetuses in Poland.
Protestors congregated at Castlegate in the city centre to stand in solidarity against ongoing police brutality in Nigeria.
A peaceful protest is to be held in Aberdeen to raise awareness of child trafficking and human exploitation.
An Aberdeen city centre bar has tonight said it wasn't contacted by authorities ahead of the publication of the list of bars linked to the Covid-19 outbreak.
The silent bells of St Nicholas and other tales from Mither Kirk’s 800 years at the heart of Aberdeen
There was great excitement in Aberdeen as the stunning new bells for the spire of the Mither Kirk were paraded through the streets for citizens to admire, before ringing out in celebration of Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee.
Pioneering photographer George Washington Wilson was a familiar sight on the streets of Victorian Aberdeen, smoking a cigar at the reigns of his portable darkroom, pulled along by his horse, Tommy.
A former Aberdeen bookmakers is to be given a new lease of life after restaurant plans were approved.
Six weeks in and it appears lockdown fatigue is starting to set in.
In this week's Aberdonian we've taken a look at the historic Castlegate
An Aberdeen man has denied stalking a woman by repeatedly following and staring at her.
A major section of Union Street could be pedestrianised as part of proposals to shake up transport in Aberdeen.
A final call for participants for Aberdeen's upcoming Santa Run has been made.
A man has been charged following a pro-independence march in Aberdeen.
Two women and one man are expected to appear in court in relation to the matter at a later date.
Organisers of a pro-independence march that attracted thousands of people in Aberdeen say it’s a clear indicator of the north-east’s “desire” to split from the union.
Thousands of independence supporters turned up for a march and rally in Aberdeen.
Veterans are to march through Aberdeen to mark the anniversary of a momentous occasion in their regiment’s history.
A series of projects worth £1.2 million have been approved to boost the city – but opposition councillors fear a lack of detail.
Campaigners say Aberdeen’s Castlegate can be “impossible” to access for those with a range of disabilities including visually impaired people, those with mobility issues and wheelchair users.
An Aberdeen tour group is now offering bilingual events.
As well as a board featuring city landmarks, the game’s traditional tokens – such as the Scottie dog, racing car and boot – will be absent in favour of north-east themed pieces which will be voted on by the public - with potential options including Sir Alex Ferguson, an oil rig or even a seagull.
Aberdeen residents are being given the chance to learn more about their home city.
An Aberdeen bar is looking to help people shed the Christmas pounds with a special fun run.
A competition to design a bike path for a major Aberdeen street has been launched by a city group.
A homelessness charity is to return to its roots for a fundraising ball celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Aberdeen road workers may be given additional training to carry out specialist repairs to historic granite setts across the city.
A rock legend has praised the beauty of Aberdeen.
Thousands of people are expected to line the streets this weekend for the Armed Forces Day parade.
Funding has been approved to hang colourful lamps high above an Aberdeen city centre street – the first in a series of 12 projects to light up the town.
Welcome to this week's offering on the wonderful world of beer where optimism about sunshine rules supreme ... which is why we're talking about Beer At The Barn Lochter; foraging for rhubarb, kind of, with Six°North; looking forward to Double Ice Cream treats with BrewDog and even heading for sunny France with Fierce (and Paisley with Brew Toon).