The community spirit found in suburbs and neighbourhoods across the Granite City make it a great place to live, work and play.
It’s 150 years since a red-bearded tramp from Fraserburgh who murdered a tollbooth keeper became the first person to be privately executed in Britain - in Perth Prison. Gayle Ritchie takes up the story.
Archaeologists have discovered an ancient settlement at Cruden Bay, dating back to the Iron Age.
The week-long event which celebrates the local restaurant scene will now run for a fortnight for the first time.
52 rashers of bacon, 13 pints of milk: Shocking reality of the food each household throws away every year laid bare in nationwide survey
The 'frightening' amount of food we throw away every year has been revealed in a nationwide report commissioned by waste app Too Good To Go.
Scotland’s leading hospitality bodies commence legal process against Scottish Government restrictions
The five Scottish hospitality bodies have teamed up in a battle to save the sector.
North-east firms hit out over ‘unfair’ Covid support package after discovering central belt businesses receiving twice as much
A support package for businesses struck down by coronavirus restrictions has been branded a "slap in the face" after it emerged firms in central Scotland are receiving twice as much as their counterparts elsewhere.
Tough restrictions on hospitality have been extended for a further week and could go on even longer, as industry leaders warn the decision "could be the end of Scotland's pubs as we know them".
Under-pressure hospitality businesses have been hit with another broadside with the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s announcement that current opening restrictions are to continue until at least November 2.
Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed Scotland will enter a new five-tier coronavirus alert system from next month.
Aberdeen's suburbs and communities have seen many changes over the years but have always been the lifeblood of the Granite City.
Boris Johnson seemingly launched his first major infrastructure project this week, rebuilding Labour's "red wall" across the north of England.
Dreams of a life at sea were shattered for three young stowaways when the boys from Hull, hungry and seasick, emerged from their hiding place on a trawler – and ended up being looked after in the Aberdeen Children’s Shelter.
Fish distributors forced to adapt their business model and go straight to the consumer – with a little help from celebrity chef James Martin
During the coronavirus pandemic many fish companies changed their business model and became more customer-focused. And as Brian Stormont found out, one fish supplier even got a helping hand from celebrity chef James Martin – albeit unwittingly!
Aberdeen Restaurant Week is calling on venues to help serve up city-wide hospitality celebration.
An Aberdeen MP has criticised the UK Government for failing to tackle tax evasion.
Aberdeen has seen many famous faces over the years and even produced a few - like Annie Lennox.
It's a treasure trove of work which brings the bygone Broch back to life.
A group of Scottish tea planters are on a mission to find the perfect brew that can be grown on home soil. Rebecca Shearer speaks to some of those involved in the project to find out more..
A Conservative MP has resigned as a ministerial aide over coronavirus restrictions, saying the “attempted cure is worse than the disease”.
How will the £40m fund to support Scotland’s embattled hospitality businesses be allocated, who gets what and will it be enough?
After the Scottish Government outlined details of a fund to help businesses affected by the latest Covid-19 restrictions in Scotland, we break down who is entitled to what - and whether it will be enough to save those on the brink.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of continuing to “cover-up” a meeting with Alex Salmond’s former chief-of-staff after she was reminded she had taken part in it.
It's a cosmopolitan city with a thriving port and a diverse range of industries that, in some cases, stretch back more than 1,000 years.
Nicola Sturgeon’s failure to remember a meeting at which she was told about sexual misconduct allegations against Alex Salmond has been branded “absurd”.
Scottish universities could be forced to curb higher education spending in order to plug the funding gaps left by Brexit, academic bosses have admitted.
Sir Keir Starmer was told Scottish Labour was a “joke” when he hosted a virtual meeting to highlight local frustration over Margaret Ferrier’s breach of Covid rules.
Fisheries remains "the most difficult issue" in the Brexit trade talks, the UK's chief negotiator, David Frost, has admitted.
Liz Truss has been left red faced after accidentally promising to "undermine" UK farmers in US trade talks.
Trade ministers have been accused of "failing" Scotch whisky, after the industry marked a year of tariffs.
The beer gardens and al fresco restaurants in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire you can grab an alcoholic drink in now
While customers may not be able to catch up for a glass of wine or a pint indoors, venues have adapted to offer up comfortable outdoor experiences.