Curl Aberdeen has shut until the end of the curling season.
A committee is set to launch guidance on handling cases of domestic abuse for staff in Aberdeen organisations.
Kosovo’s rising curling team endured a nightmare journey to Aberdeen before they could realise their dream of competing in the World Mixed Championships.
Scotland exited the World Mixed Curling Championships last night, losing to Germany 9-7 at Curl Aberdeen.
Scotland finished the round-robin stage of the World Mixed Curling Championship in Aberdeen with a 100% record.
Olympic medalist Tom Brewster is optimistic about Scotland’s hopes at the World Mixed Curling Championships.
An "inspirational" conference in Aberdeen aimed at supporting domestic victims was such a success it could be held annually.
Representatives from Police Scotland, NHS Grampian, Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Councils, and various third-sector organisations, were to discuss Scotland’s new domestic abuse law at Curl Aberdeen.
The new technology will massively boost internet speeds for mobile phone users in Aberdeen
Curl Aberdeen is to host the World Mixed Curling Championship later in the year.
A curler who represented the north-east on the world stage has been nominated for one of Aberdeen’s Sports Awards.
A science and technology festival which has inspired hundreds of thousands of youngsters for 25 years is poised to return to Aberdeen.
World Junior Curling Championships in Aberdeen: Olympian Muirhead says ‘massive’ worlds can only boost Granite City’s Morrison
Triple-Olympian Eve Muirhead thinks Aberdeen’s Rebecca Morrison will learn from her experiences at the World Junior Curling Championships in the Granite City.
World Junior Curling Championships in Aberdeen: Granite City’s Morrison leads Scots to win over Turkey to get back on target
Aberdeen's Rebecca Morrison led her Scotland side to a 7-4 win against Turkey last night to get their World Junior Curling Championships back on track in the Granite City.
The Scottish Junior Curling Championships got under way in the Granite City yesterday.
One of Scottish curling’s shining lights reckons holding the World Junior Championships in the Granite City will grow the game.
Aberdeen is to play host as Team Aitken Mouat defend their Scottish mixed doubles curling title, starting today
Tom Brewster wants to keep pushing the Aberdeen International to new heights and attracting more big names.