Rubbish was left strewn at an Aberdeen beauty spot this weekend, with vandals even throwing a lifesaving buoy in the water.
Transport chiefs are facing calls to set out the next steps for the creation of two new rail stations in the north-east.
A taskforce set up to save Aberdeen’s John Lewis store will “do everything” to ensure it stays in the city centre, the co-leader of the city council has said.
The Scottish Tories have said they will seek to repeal parts of new hate crime legislation that impact on free speech.
The national outpouring of "anger and fear" among women and girls over the harassment and violence they face has prompted Scotland's main political parties to commit to action ahead of May's Holyrood election.
The Scottish Government will be engaging with John Lewis over plans to close its Aberdeen store, the first minister has confirmed.
North East MSP Liam Kerr wants a review of quarantine rules for oil and gas workers returning from overseas.
MSPs have voted in favour of controversial hate crime legislation, which critics claim marks a "dark day for freedom of expression in Scotland".
A controversial new hate crime law has been passed by MSPs.
Scotland’s Justice Secretary has sought to reassure opponents of new hate crime legislation that freedom of expression provisions are strong enough to prevent criminalisation.
North-east MSP Liam Kerr has pressed the Scottish Government to come up with an initiative to safeguard jobs after Tui announced it was to axe more than half of its city flights.
Scotland’s controversial hate crime Bill will be put to a final vote on Wednesday.
National campaign launched to combat loneliness amongst older people as Aberdeen named loneliest city
Aberdeen has today been named the loneliest place in the UK as a new campaign to tackle the problem gets under way.
Nicola Sturgeon has shown support for a national loneliness campaign and urged the public to look out for those who are alone.
A parliamentary question is set to be submitted today after the death of a Cove OAP went undiscovered for years - and only came to light when she failed to show for a Covid jab.
A call has been made for a national awareness campaign to help the vulnerable after the body of an Aberdeen OAP lay undiscovered for years.
Revellers were discovered hiding in bushes after late-night police raids.
The Scottish Tories have been accused of a “naked political gesture” during a debate on prisoner voting.
The Scottish Tories will this week push for an end to prisoner voting in a Holyrood debate.
John Swinney has been accused of "dithering" over a coronavirus quarantine exemption for oil and gas staff amid growing anger over a lack of clear answers for workers and their families.
Nicola Sturgeon has agreed to "consider" a move to exempt offshore workers from having to quarantine in hotels when they return from overseas but warned any decision will be subject to the "utmost caution".
Business leaders have hailed the decision to extend rates relief for the whole of the next financial year and said it could be the lifeline that helps struggling north east firms survive the coronavirus crisis.
Timescales to deliver the A9 and A96 dualling projects will need to be considered in light of the coronavirus pandemic, says the first minister.
Ministers have been urged to "come clean" amid concerns a major road improvement project in Aberdeen will run over budget.
North East MSP Liam Kerr has accused First Minister Nicola Sturgeon of giving Aberdeen a "slap in the face" after he asked a question on the city's retail future.
A north-east teachers' union has welcomed plans to reopen classrooms but has warned there must be a "substantial" reduction in community transmission before pupils can return.
MSPs have voted to deny consent for a Bill which aims to protect undercover agents, saying greater safeguards are needed against lawbreaking.
An MSP has called for a rethink on the timing of an Aberdeen bank closure which will result in customers having to make a six-mile round trip into the city centre.
Hundreds of children were admitted to hospitals in the north-east after overdosing on painkillers in the last four years – putting them at risk of life-threatening complications.
Aberdeen solicitors have spoken of the importance of sentence discounting, after a review revealed a lack of public support for the practice.