An Aberdeen man is set to be sentenced next week for threatening to throw acid in someone’s face.
Allan Tait, 26, led officers on two laps of the harbour and beach area of Aberdeen before they disabled his vehicle by buckling the wheel in a deliberate collision.
Nursery pupils could be forced to move into temporary accommodation if work to build a raft of extensions is not complete by August.
Ross Wright, 35, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court where he admitted three charges relating to August 30.
A man has been given unpaid work after having too much to drink and assaulting two cops.
An Aberdeen man has admitted biting a police officer’s hand.
McDonald’s late opening plans will lead to more antisocial behaviour at Aberdeen retail park, say police
McDonald’s at the Kittybrewster Retail Park wants Aberdeen City Council to grant permission for it to close at 2am.
An “intoxicated” man went to a police station looking for his partner and smashed a glass door.
Primary school pupils from across Aberdeen have been showing off their dancing skills to legendary ballerina and former Strictly judge Dame Darcey Bussell.
A disabled Aberdeen pensioner has spoken of her terror after being told during a scam call “the police will kick your door in within minutes”.
Money has been approved to appoint a health worker within an Aberdeen police custody suite.
Staff at Kittybrewster School hope to raise cash to open up a sports clothes store for children.
A man has been jailed after breaking into an Aberdeen hospital building and stealing four laptops and a guitar.
The report also reveals that, following an upgrade of the hydrogen refuelling station based in Kittybrewster, Toyota is eyeing Aberdeen as the first UK location to sell hydrogen cars to the city’s residents.
Speed checks have been carried out around an Aberdeen primary school and hospital.
An Aberdeen primary school is hoping to secure funding for a mural to brighten up an old sub-station near a sheltered housing complex.
Aberdeen school pupils called on people to “stop littering now” as they took part in a clean-up at the launch of an environmental campaign.
A national sofa retailer “purposely misled” Aberdeen customers by hiking up prices just days before a Black Friday sale, a court has heard.
Emergency services were called to attend a two-car collision in Aberdeen.
A project that saw hundreds of children draw up shopfront designs for Union Street has been shortlisted for a national award.
A man has been charged with 13 offences after a number of thefts and attempted thefts.
A man has been ordered to pay £100 to repair damage to a police interview room wall – after he elbowed it.
A man has been charged in connection with a number of break-ins to cars in Aberdeen.
Nearly 400 school pupils gathered at the Tivoli theatre to celebrate a project that saw youngsters designing their ideal shop for Union Street.
A hydrogen refuelling station in Aberdeen has officially reopened to the public, following an upgrade.
A fraudster cheated an Aberdeen resident out of hundreds of pounds in a gardening con, police said.
An Aberdeen woman has been handed a supervision order after admitting a series of shoplifting incidents.
McDonald's restaurants across the region have been undergoing a massive transformation.
A missing Aberdeen man has been found. Robert Tytler was last seen in the Kittybrewster area of Aberdeen on Tuesday night. But police have confirmed he was traced safe and well this morning. They have also thanked the public for their help.
Police are appealing for information to help trace a missing Aberdeen man.