New data released by the National Records of Scotland shows the scale of coronavirus deaths across the north-east.
Police are hunting for a man who exposed himself to a woman in Aberdeen.
Two members of an Aberdeen acapella music group have been hitting all the right notes, belting out classic tunes from their front gardens.
Community life has always been at the heart of Aberdeen, making it a great place to live, work and play.
Plans have been lodged to build several new houses in a community in Aberdeen.
Councillors have approved plans to for more than 500 homes to be built in Aberdeen.
A development for the elderly in an Aberdeen community has been approved - despite officers recommending it for refusal.
Aberdeen communities have teamed up to support vulnerable residents through the coronavirus crisis.
One of the people behind a popular north-east assault course has created one in his own back garden
A group of Aberdeen churches are doing their bit to keep parishioners’ spirits up during the coronavirus lockdown – by live-streaming services online.
An appeal to remove the listed building status on a former Aberdeen school has been lodged with the Scottish Government.
Improvements have been made to an Aberdeen park after it received grant funding.
A community council in Aberdeen has hit out at fly-tippers who dumped waste.
Plans to alter and extend an Aberdeen nursery have been conditionally approved.
In total, the last phase of the development, if given the green light, will comprise 55 five-bedroom houses, 18 four-bedroom houses, seven two-bedroom flats and two one-bedroom flats.
Aberdeen developer pledges £3 million for new link road to move traffic away from ‘extremely dangerous’ rat run
An Aberdeen developer has pledged to spend more than £3 million on a new link road which he claims will help ease traffic problems in an Aberdeen community.
Work which would have closed an Aberdeen road for around three months has been postponed.
An outdoor carol-singing event is to be held this evening in an Aberdeen community.
Christopher Munro, known as Christie, spent almost two weeks in hospital after crashing into a tree on the old railway line at School Road, Cults, on June 26.
An Aberdeen care facility has been commended for its quality of support.
Among the concerns raised were that of cyclists going too fast and not always using a bell and dog walkers failing to control their dogs.
More than 150 properties are without electricity following a power cut in Aberdeen.
Countesswells Development Limited (CDL) has applied to Aberdeen City Council to close a main route between Cults and Kingswells from January 6.
Controversial plans for a house close to the Deeside Way route have been recommended for approval – despite more than 100 objections.
September saw the 80th anniversary of the Second World War evacuation programme. Planning for Operation Pied Piper began in the summer of 1938 by the Government’s Anderson Committee.
Improvements could be made at eight more city schools if the second phase of funding for expanded childcare is approved next week.
Christoper Munro was left in a coma and spent almost two weeks in hospital before discharging himself after crashing into a tree on the old railway line, School Road, Cults.
An Aberdeen woman who stole her pal’s engagement ring was caught after her friend spotted her wearing it.
A 24-year-old man has been charged in connection with a number of break-ins across the city.
Police were called to a two-car crash on an Aberdeen road this evening.