North-east streets came alive with the sound of applause last night as thousands of people showed their appreciation of carers.
Communities could be left feeling the effects of coronavirus for a long time, with the traditional summer gala calendar becoming increasingly sparse.
A planning application to build a storage container within woodland has been approved.
The former leader of the SNP group on Aberdeen City Council has stepped down from his role, a by-election to replace him will held on May 14.
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A hydrogen centre will open its doors to the public as part of Climate Week North East.
A north-east charity is appealing for old Christmas jumpers to be donated to its worthy cause.
A police operation designed to challenge inappropriate driving in an Aberdeen school zone has challenged several drivers.
A north-east woman is hoping to inspire others after shedding 13 stone in three years.
Man, 43, charged and another taken to hospital after disturbance during Aberdeen youth football match
A man has been charged following an alleged “disturbance” during a youth game in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen man has raised safety concerns after the council told him it can take up to 30 days to fix broken street lights.
Woman who was one of Scotland’s smallest babies to take part in fashion show in aid of Aberdeen neonatal unit
A young woman who was one of the smallest babies born in Scotland is taking part in a special show to raise money for the local neonatal unit.
Detectives in Aberdeen are again appealing for information after a masked man robbed a petrol station.
A £2.6 million hydrogen vehicle refuelling station continues to fall short of its projected use more than two years after it opened, new figures have revealed.
An Aberdeen woman belted out the classic Bond song Diamonds are Forever in honour of her terminally ill mum at a charity event.
After a great first quarter of the season Cove Rangers manager Paul Hartley says he can’t be too critical after their first loss in League Two.
Police have launched a probe into a spate of thefts from unlocked cars in the city.
A man who admitted headbutting a reveller after he insulted his mother has been spared jail.
A police investigation is under way after six cars were broken into in the city.
Cove Rangers manager Paul Hartley hopes they can build on their fine start to the season when they visit Elgin City.
Work to build a waterside residential development of more than 1,000 homes in Aberdeen could begin at the end of next year, it has been revealed.
An under-threat bus service has been saved, Aberdeen City Council has claimed.
Changing Face of Aberdeen: 1940s aerial images show just how much city communities have transformed in 70 years
Over the past 60 years Aberdeen has been transformed with new communities like Kincorth, Tillydrone and Garthdee being developed.
Connor Scully says survival is still the aim for Cove – despite the Granite City side sitting pretty at the top of the League 2 table.
Forty-three phone boxes could be removed from streets in towns and villages across the north-east.
An Aberdeen salon will close its doors in the autumn.
Transport chiefs have been urged to look at the viability of opening a new rail station in Aberdeen.
New signing Daniel Higgins believes Cove Rangers will allow him to enjoy his football again.
A major housing firm has unveiled proposals to build hundreds of new Aberdeen homes.