An Aberdeen charity has won a national award for a campaign to help youngsters deal with mental health issues.
It's the plaice to be in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen-born football legend Denis Law has predicted we’ll be living in a “better world” at the other side of the coronavirus crisis.
Denis Law and George Best grabbed the goals that steered Manchester United to a 3-1 win over Arsenal at Old Trafford to all but clinch the 1964-65 league title.
Councillors have given their backing to a project celebrating one of Aberdeen’s most famous sporting sons.
A walking trail celebrating the achievements of one of Aberdeen's most famous football sons could be created.
Tickets for BBC’s Festival of Sport featuring football legend Law and cricket star Morgan released TODAY
Sporting heroes and children's TV favourites are set to descend on Aberdeen ahead of BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
Residents in a city community are being asked to give their views on a plan which could see Aberdeen get its third Cruyff Court.
Scottish football legends turned out to celebrate the opening of Aberdeen's new Cruyff Court Neale Cooper.
A mural featuring some of Aberdeen's most celebrated people is being extended – and now the search is on for new additions.
An exhibition exploring the career of Scotland’s greatest footballer will be held in the Granite City next month.
A new image showing what Aberdeen’s second “Cruyff Court” could look like has been unveiled.
The public are being asked to give their views on what they would like to see at Aberdeen’s second “Cruyff Court”.
An Aberdeen school has been gifted a prize piano – built to honour an football legend.
Councillors have approved spending £250,000 to create Aberdeen’s second “Cruyff Court” football pitch.
Plans to reopen one of Aberdeen’s oldest buildings as a museum featuring a Hall of Heroes have taken a major step forward.
The preferred location for Aberdeen’s second Cruyff Court has been announced.
An Aberdeen piano tuner has created a special instrument to celebrate a football legend.
As the World Cup kicks off this week, Aberdeen’s annual celebration of the mighty game is already hitting the back of the net.
An Aberdeen-based media firm has announced a partnership with the Denis Law Legacy Trust.
Basketball hoops are to be installed next to a £250,000 Aberdeen sports facility backed by Denis Law.
An art mural featuring two teenage volunteers has been unveiled in the city centre.
An initiative that supports young people by encouraging them into sport is to celebrate winning a national award by creating a 25-metre mural.
Footballing legend Denis Law said he was “amazed and overwhelmed” after thousands of people lined Union Street to help him celebrate his newly awarded Freedom of the City of Aberdeen.
Having played in front of 99,000 fans at an FA Cup final, football hero Denis Law is no stranger to the big stage.
A number of road closures are set to take place for a colourful parade and civic event.
Football legend Denis Law has backed Aberdeen Football Club’s plans to create a new £50 million stadium complex.
Footballing legend Denis Law is set to receive Freedom of the City in November.
Councillors will be asked to spend £56,000 to mark a top honour awarded to footballing legend Denis Law.
Denis Law believes Leigh Griffiths is the man to fire Scotland to next year's World Cup in Russia.