A number of Aberdeen train services have been affected due to a signalling fault.
A popular gala event will return to the city this summer following a four-year break.
A body of a woman has been found near the River Don in Aberdeen.
Scottish Government officials are set to visit Aberdeen later this month as part of a consultation on future housing plans.
A city secondary school flooded by a leaking tap will open to pupils as normal on Monday.
Homes in 16 north-east postcodes are without power - and engineers have been sent out to repair the fault.
Pupils from across the north-east have taken part in a competition to design low-carbon solutions for the oil and gas industry.
Properties in an Aberdeen community are without power this afternoon.
Santa will be out and about on the streets of an Aberdeen community tonight.
Plans for a national bakery chain to move into a vacant former bank building have taken a step forward.
Nursery pupils could be forced to move into temporary accommodation if work to build a raft of extensions is not complete by August.
Millions of pounds for children and vulnerable people in Aberdeen is going unclaimed – and some has been forgotten for almost 50 years.
The new timetable will be introduced from December 15 and means dozens of extra trains stopping at Inverurie.
Police discovered the converted replica revolver and a cache of cocaine during the search of a garage used by Liam McCaig in Dyce, Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen food firm has submitted plans to transform a unit on an industrial estate.
Overlooking the Don, this spacious property is situated in a peaceful riverside location.
Loved ones have rallied round a young motorcyclist who woke up in hospital after a crash to find part of his leg missing.
Police are appealing for information after a motorbike and car were involved in a serious crash in the north-east.
Police have launched an appeal to trace a man wearing an orange boiler suit following an attempted break-in at an Aberdeen home.
A new footbridge which will make a scenic stretch of the River Don suitable for pedestrians, cyclists and wheelchair users has been completed.
A former fire-hit school is still to be put on the market.
Police were called after a two-vehicle crash in Aberdeen. Officers attended Netherview Avenue, Dyce, at around 2.10pm today after receiving reports of a collision. The road was partially blocked for around 45 minutes while vehicles were removed from the road. A Police Scotland spokesman said: “No one was injured and the road has been cleared.”
Plans to change a former Royal Bank of Scotland in Aberdeen into a sandwich shop and pizza takeaway have taken a step forward.
Fernando Faustino, 52, had been due to be sentenced at Aberdeen Sheriff Court over the latest offence, which happened on August 23.
Nearly 100 jobs could be at risk after an Aberdeen offshore engineering firm confirmed it has launched a consultation with workers.
Police in the north-east have warned drivers to expect delays due to an abnormal load.
Passengers travelling to and from Aberdeen by train are experiencing delays and cancellations due to a fault.
A popular bakery chain has plans to open a new store in Aberdeen.
A charity has won a legal battle against a council which denied it the right to claim relief from business rates.
Work on a new £30 million council housing development in Aberdeen has got under way.