A north-east MSP has hit back at calls for Labour to back proposals for devolution of all rail services.
New average speed camera data shows there were a total of 2,332 offences between January 1 and March 31 on the A90 between Stonehaven and Dundee.
The Scottish Government has rejected calls for a public inquiry into North Sea helicopter safety.
Upgrading rail lines could get passengers from Aberdeen to London an hour quicker than now, an MSP has said.
Politicians have told of their concern at the news of administration proceedings starting at Stoneywood Mill.
A north-east MSP today said commuters were starting to “lose faith” with ScotRail over travel disruption – after the operator had to apologise again over its performance.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson will meet contractors behind the AWPR project at a crunch meeting later this week.
The Scottish Government and contractors should “bash their heads together” to get AWPR sections open as soon as possible, opposition politicians have said today.
Politicians have tried out a virtual reality therapy which is being trialled to help people with neurological conditions.
AWPR bosses have been asked to reveal the programme of remedial works still needed on the route.
A group of suspended Aberdeen councillors are “unlikely” to learn their fate this year, according to a senior Labour politician.
An MSP has called for a top-level meeting with fire chiefs after “shocking new figures” show engines were taken off Aberdeen's roads hundreds of times.
Aberdeen’s major trauma centre is to open next month, it has been revealed.
Three north-east Labour branches have called for the end of the suspension of the “Aberdeen Nine”.
Defects found on part of a major transport project will not affect completion of the Aberdeen bypass, according to transport bosses.
An MSP has thrown his support behind a day to celebrate Japanese culture.
A senior politician has called on the prison authority to reopen a young offenders’ facility in the north-east.
A conservation charity has launched its dolphin watching scheme in Aberdeen for the new season.
A call has been made for the Scottish Labour leader to confirm the status of suspended councillors seen marching alongside a party MSP under a Labour banner at the weekend.
Almost one in three NHS staff members were abused by patients last year, according to new figures.
A North-east superjail has been branded an “expensive failure” after it emerged there are still no plans to bring back young offenders – four years after they were shifted following a riot.
The NHS has paid out almost £200,000 in compensation to North-east staff members injured at work over the last four years.
Safety concerns have been raised over planned changes to contracts for Aberdeen bus drivers.
Scores of children across the North-east have been left waiting months for “vital” mental health treatment.
Aberdeen has suffered the second highest drop of rail passengers in Scotland with 400,000 fewer people travelling on trains this year.
A leading Labour politician in Aberdeen has said he backs the power sharing agreement at the city council.
An MSP has called on ministers to take action to protect low-income households who are not covered by flood insurance.
A shamed Aberdeen MSP suspended from his party today said he stands ready to “fully co-operate” with any investigation.
An Aberdeen MSP is campaigning for a change in the law to help protect live music venues from noise nuisance complaints.
A debate on safety in the North Sea has been requested ahead of the return of a controversial offshore helicopter.