A man has died after taking unwell in a car on a north-east road.
The Aberdeen oil boom after discovery of the giant Forties field nearly tempted one of the former top bosses at BP to leave the company for property development.
The president of a youth football club has spoken of his anger after vandals damaged pitches used by its players.
Trains in the north and north-east of Scotland are facing significant disruption due to the adverse weather conditions, with a section of track in Aberdeenshire found to be flooded and an Inverness to London train cancelled.
Firefighters were called to a crash in Aberdeen this afternoon following reports a vehicle was on fire.
The first phase of a new development at an Aberdeen business park is now complete.
One of the great strengths of Aberdeen is the sense of community that shines through in every corner of the city.
Commuters are facing delays and cancellations to train services after a tree fell on the line north of Aberdeen.
A nurse working at a coronavirus testing facility has spoken of her outrage after she was ordered to pay £680 worth of parking fines.
An Aberdeen road will be one-way temporarily for almost two months.
A escaping horse caused a major north-east road to be shut this afternoon.
An Aberdeen restaurant has put a twist on the Eat Out to Help Out scheme after establishments were ordered to close.
Scores of north-east homes have been given a boost thanks to a multi-million-pound electricity infrastructure project.
An Aberdeen school has been devastated by flames, for the second time in just three years.
The operating hours for a hot food takeaway in a former Aberdeen bank have been extended.
Plans to extend an Aberdeen hotel have been given the green light by council officials.
An Aberdeen supermarket has launched a food drive to help the most vulnerable people in the community to access vital food and essentials as they are hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic.
An Aberdeen woman has told of the "surreal" moment she was attacked by two birds of prey while running through a forest.
Police are appealing for information following an undisclosed two-vehicle incident in Aberdeen.
A former Aberdeen school that was set on fire by vandals in 2017 is to be demolished.
With customers still looking to get their fish supper fix, chip shop owners continue to adapt amidst the pandemic. But where do they go from here?
A deer was rescued after becoming trapped upside down between a wall and a shed in Aberdeen.
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A wildlife and animal rescue centre is hoping to recruit volunteers for its new Aberdeen charity shop.
Tributes have been paid to a much-loved Aberdeen taxi driver who was always "first in the queue" to help others.
Plans to turn a vacant patch of land next to Dyce Railway Station into a new car park have been rejected by council bosses.
A building warrant has been lodged for the demolition of a former north-east school.
An appeal for information has been made after a former Aberdeen primary school was vandalised.
A pair of budding artists have been doing their best to brighten up an Aberdeen sheltered housing complex during the Covid-19 pandemic.