Energy firm SSEN has announced £10 million worth of investment for Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen road will be closed for three days while telecom mast works are carried out.
Staff from an Aberdeen car repair service have set off on the first leg of a 458-mile cycle to raise vital funds for charity.
Police are investigating after cash was stolen from an Aberdeen salon.
Opposition leaders have hit out at plans to slash the opening hours of two recycling centres.
A historic Aberdeen signal box at the heart of an appeal to save it has now been completely demolished.
A man was taken to hospital following a crash involving a bike and a car on an Aberdeen road.
A planning statement submitted online by the firm said one of the spaces could be used by a pizza chain and another could be turned into a sandwich bar such as popular eatery Greggs.
Silverburn House, on Claymore Drive, Bridge of Don, is currently in the process of being demolished.
Controversial plans to create around 285 flats in Aberdeen will see contributions made to public services by the developers.
Staff support children well in a caring and nurturing way at an Aberdeen nursery, inspectors have said.
Using helicopters, planes or fast response vehicles, the ScotSTAR North base in Aberdeen provides potentially life-saving pre-hospital care for seriously injured and critically ill patients.
A charity is hoping to help north-east children in need by providing them with school uniforms.
Almost 500 youngsters have attended free activities in Aberdeen during the first week of the school holidays.
Work on a council housing development involving the construction of almost 300 new homes in Dyce will begin in the autumn.
A section of the A96 is down to one lane this morning due to a broken down lorry. Police Scotland were called to the scene at 10.25am. One lane is currently closed in the northbound direction near Dyce. Keep up to date with the latest news with The Evening Express newsletter
Aberdeen city councillors are to meet with Network Rail representatives this week to discuss the future of a historic signal box.
Residents have raised concerns over plans to convert a former Aberdeen bank into two food outlets.
Emergency services have attended a one-car crash on a north-east road. A white Fiat 500 car left the road on the A947 between Dyce and Newmachar shortly before 11am. A police spokeswoman said nobody had been injured in the crash and confirmed recovery of the vehicle had been arranged.
Primary school pupils from across Aberdeen have been showing off their dancing skills to legendary ballerina and former Strictly judge Dame Darcey Bussell.
It is hoped a popular community event will return to Aberdeen next year.
Emergency services were called to a one-vehicle collision on a north-east road.
Fairies have set up home in an Aberdeen community.
Aberdeenshire and Stoneywood-Dyce face testing Eastern Premier games in Edinburgh tomorrow, followed by equally tricky matches in the Scottish Cup quarter–finals on Sunday.
Rush-hour commuters are facing delays heading into Aberdeen this morning. Traffic is queued along a city-bound section of the A96, between Craibstone and Bucksburn. It’s understood the delays are being caused by a broken down bus near the Dyce Drive junction.
Children can join in a free sports session at Kingsford School in Mastrick from 7.30pm to 9pm tomorrow. The Denis Law Streetsport scheme takes place there every Tuesday – and will also take place at the Central Park astroturf in Dyce from 7.30pm to 9.30pm on Tuesdays starting next week.
A 29-year-old man has been charged in relation to drink driving offences after being detected at more than twice the limit.
A new £14.5 million train station could open in May next year.
Three people have appeared in court charged with being concerned in the supply of cocaine and heroin.
Trains between Aberdeen and Inverness may be cancelled or delayed following a fault.