Out-of-control dogs, horse manure and high-speed cyclists have prompted complaints over a popular walking route.
An Aberdeen youth club which caters for more than 280 children is facing closure unless “much-needed” funding is raised.
A religious group accused of distributing homophobic leaflets has been told it may not be allowed to use council premises in the future.
Firefighters were called to an Aberdeen store after employees reported smelling gas.
A nine-year-old boy found his cat fighting for its life after yobs hung the animal from its neck with a dog lead.
Plans have been put forward to demolish Aberdeen’s Garthdee Parish Church and sell the land for development, with the inclusion of a new church building in its place at the existing site in Ramsay Gardens.
A dry ski slope is due to close for repairs following the summer season.
Two teenagers have been rescued after getting into difficulty in the River Dee.
An Aberdeen man has spoken of his shock after his puppy was attacked and left bleeding and injured by another dog.
An Aberdeen community hub has landed more than £26,000 in funding from the Scottish Government.
An appeal has been launched to trace a man who could help police after an altercation in Aberdeen last month.
A national event giving advice to those looking to quit smoking will visit Aberdeen this week.
A support worker who went for a cigarette and left an Aberdeen care home resident on the toilet has been struck off.
Plans to build a storage building on the site of a former historic Aberdeen mansion have been approved with conditions.
Inspirational messages have been found written along stones and left alongside a walking route in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen man today appealed for witnesses to come forward after his car was left smashed up in a hit and run.
A support worker has been accused of verbally abusing a resident at an Aberdeen care home for people with learning difficulties.
Work being carried out as part of a £55 billion rail project has been delayed – because leaflets ended up 500 miles away in Aberdeen.
A firm has failed to overturn a bid to carry out work to change a historic city mansion.
Bosses of a £55 billion rail project have apologised after a blunder meant residents in Aberdeen were warned to expect noisy work – taking place 500 miles away.
An Aberdeen community is encouraging children to use their imagination and help to combat dog fouling with a quirky competition.
These images show how much Aberdeen has changed over last few years.
Plans to demolish two buildings on the site of a historic Aberdeen mansion have been backed by council planners.
A shaken pensioner has warned others to be on their guard after having her handbag snatched from her trolley in an Aberdeen supermarket.
An Aberdeen community centre has donated several hundred pounds to a charity to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
Parents in the North-east today hailed a new Tourette’s Syndrome help network.
A housing firm has been given the go-ahead to make changes at an historic Aberdeen mansion – so long as trees are protected.
An Aberdeen couple are celebrating a sparkling milestone after a whirlwind romance.
Eight community heroes from across Aberdeen will be recognised for their contributions.
Councillors were today set to decide on work being carried out to change an historic Aberdeen mansion.