Community spirit has always been the bedrock of Aberdeen, making it such a great place to live, work and play.
James Cameron and his wife Winnie beam with joy as they leave hospital in Aberdeen with their new-born daughter Lesley in July 1968.
From coping with winter weather to being home to a mighty shipbuilding industry, Aberdeen's communities have always played a key role in the life of the Granite City.
A big police presence has been spotted in an Aberdeen community this morning.
Video: ‘First-class’ nurseries in Aberdeen revealed as part of £23million early-years improvement project
Two revamped nurseries have been unveiled as part of Aberdeen City Council's £23 million investment into early learning and childcare.
Aberdeen postal workers walk out amid claims staff attended Royal Mail office while Covid-19 positive
Aberdeen postal workers walked out after colleagues turned up for work at a Royal Mail office having tested positive for coronavirus last week, it has been claimed.
Staff at a Royal Mail depot in Aberdeen have tested positive for Covid-19.
A long-awaited road improvement project has taken a "significant step" towards being delivered - but campaigners say they have been left disappointed.
A major project designed to improve the city's road network has been granted planning permission by councillors.
McDonald's has confirmed the nine north-east restaurants where customers can now dine in.
Solicitors have raised concerns over video links, and said while the rest of the country is coming out of lockdown, courts are "tightening up more than ever".
Two men have appeared in court after police discovered hundreds of cannabis plants worth up to £400,000 in properties in Aberdeen.
Cannabis plants worth around £400,000 have been seized in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen's communities have welcomed many famous faces over the years from royalty to soap supertars.
An Aberdeen furniture store will reopen tomorrow.
Aberdeen Railway Station is on track to a bright future with an £8 million transformation on the way… but once it didn’t have a future at all. It might never even have been built.
Regarding some McDonald’s drive-thrus reopening, I was at Kittybrewster retail park and they were queuing right round the bottom car park.
Community life has always been at the heart of Aberdeen, making it a great place to live, work and play.
An Aberdeen youngster has set up a YouTube channel to spread positivity during lockdown.
A temporary morgue is being created at an Aberdeen City Council depot in case Covid-19 deaths in the north-east overwhelm the NHS.
An Aberdeen retail park will be full again in the summer, as a popular kitchen firm is set to move its premises there.
Two Aberdeen primary schools are sharing a £272,000 windfall thanks to the School Library Improvement Fund awards.
Speed bumps are set to be installed along an Aberdeen street after concerns were raised by residents.
A drunken man who police tried to give a lift home to became abusive – before his trousers fell down and he made sexual propositions to officers.
Police are appealing for information after a trailer was stolen from an Aberdeen retail park.
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.