Expressive artwork created by school pupils is on show at an Aberdeen hotel over the festive period.
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A college is on the lookout for Lego enthusiasts to help out judging a competition.
Council leaders in the city have long called for the powers to be devolved from Holyrood to allow them to introduce a levy.
An interest in movie-making from a young age inspired Alix Jamieson to enrol on the HND TV and Creative Industries course.
An ambition to do something more creative inspired one Aberdeen graduate to swap oil and gas for events management.
An aspiring web designer is continuing her studies at an Aberdeen university.
Applications are open for the second year of a start-up accelerator programme set up to help create new businesses in the north-east.
A new childcare service has been launched to help parents who study at a north-east college.
One of the largest ships in the UK has docked in a north-east port.
Emergency services are in attendance after a collision involving a cyclist near a major Aberdeen roundabout.
Zombies were hunted as part of a summer holiday initiative to get Aberdeen kids involved in science-based subjects.
The new North East Scotland College courses include podcasting and digital marketing, sewing bees (basic sewing skills), digital forensics, GDPR and cake decorating with your children.
Planning permission has been submitted to create larger classrooms at an Aberdeen college.
College bosses in the north-east have welcomed news that a pay deal has been agreed with lecturers.
A film created by north-east students on the dangers of sharing intimate images online has reached more than one million views online.
Students are ready to have a drink and play bingo to help their homeless furry friends.
Fire crews have extinguished a blaze which broke out in a property in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen's Joe Lewis was yesterday tackling an economics exam – but knows the Dons face a tough test against Motherwell tonight.
College lecturers took to the streets today as part of strike action against pay freezes.
Students at an Aberdeen college have taken part in a photography competition.
Organising her school prom was the inspiration one student needed in looking for a future career.
For one graduate, gaining her qualification has led to a dream opportunity.
A festive drive-in cinema event is to be held to help raise funds for a Christmas event.
Plans for a set of four sculptures to be placed on Aberdeen’s Broad Street have been shelved due to safety fears.
School pupils from across the north-east have gone head to head in a series of engineering challenges.
A student is to make her directorial debut with her film about a debilitating disease in a bid to raise cash for charity.
A team of youngsters has created a unique sculpture from paper to celebrate the upcoming opening of Dundee’s V&A.
An Aberdeen college has been urged to establish a set procedure for submitting funding tokens to cover course fees.
Students have helped create a new identity for a historic Aberdeen theatre.
A competition will be held to crown the world’s best buttery, amid concerns that traditional methods of making the delicacy are at risk of being forgotten.