Plans have been lodged to clean the granite of a prominent Aberdeen city centre building.
Situated in a sought-after West End area, this spacious Aberdeen home would be ideal for families who like to entertain.
A Canadian developer has submitted new plans to create hundreds of homes at a north-east quarry.
It has been 13 years since the Buchan family set eyes on the beautiful Copper Beeches, having come to view it when snow covered the ground on a cold January day.
Aberdeen councillors have agreed to hold a public consultation on measures designed to protect the city's historic granite buildings.
A historic booklet which celebrates the opening of one of Aberdeen's former movie theatres has been donated to archives.
A fountain in a north-east community is to stay in operation thanks to volunteers.
Spacious accommodation for family living was what attracted Lindsay Young and his wife Margaret to 2 Fonthill Terrace.
When Marion Anderson first set eyes on No9 Belvidere Street in Aberdeen she realised it would be a hefty project for a property hunter to take on.
Every week our new series focuses on different hidden gems in the collections of the Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum and Aberdeen City & Aberdeenshire Archives
It may be outwith most of our budgets - but we can all dream - it's Christmas after all!
This impressive seven-bedroom detached family home comes complete with around 8.6 acres of ground and a state-of-the-art stable block.
Scaffolding on a historic Aberdeen building has started to come down – months behind schedule.
Lucy McLeod is a bit of a legend in Inverurie for serving up tasty treats at a popular cafe.
Seldom will you come across a home that has had as much oodles of love and attention to detail bestowed upon it as this quirky granite home in Torry.
This tastefully decorated ground-floor flat in Aberdeen is on the market for offers over £130,000
Police officer Claire Miller is a self-confessed perfectionist and the interior decor at 78 Devonshire Road is certainly an arresting sight.
Plans for a huge housing development at Rubislaw Quarry, which have prompted a deluge of formal objections, were the subject of a stormy public meeting.
We’ve taken a look back through our archives and dug up these incredible images of the Granite industry in the North-east over the past few decades.
The North-east is known for stunning examples of granite architecture.
A charity's conservation catalogue will feature four of Aberdeen's most vulnerable buildings.
Very seldom does the opportunity arise to purchase a home with as much history as 9 Marine Terrace.
Granite cobbles in one of Aberdeen's oldest streets have been replaced - five months after they were destroyed by workmen and replaced with bitmac.
A decision to refuse controversial plans to flatten a former school building has been hailed as "people power".
Plans have been unveiled for a £25 million scheme to create 280 apartments overlooking Aberdeen's historic Rubislaw Quarry.
Hundreds of objectors have been invited to attend a public hearing into plans to flatten a former Aberdeen primary school.
THE team behind a multi-million pound proposals for a historic quarry today pleaded for a decision on the plans to be made by the end of the month.
A QUARRY in which convicts once hammered red granite could be set for a major expansion.
A MAJOR arts project was announced today in Aberdeen which will see local and global talent combine to celebrate the city and its people.
GRANITE slabs blocked a major Aberdeen road after a lorry hit a roundabout.