Homes in Aberdeen have been fitted with new energy units thanks to Scottish Government funding.
Work may not start until early 2020 on a mothballed Aberdeen pool shut for more than a year.
Christopher Kenn, who subjected two strangers - including a 16-year-old schoolgirl - to terrifying sex attacks in Aberdeen 11 years apart is behind bars.
Thankfully all three vehicles were recovered however all three were stolen by the culprits sneaking into unlocked properties and taking the keys to these vehicles.
Linda Cowie was a resident in VSA’s Millbank House after struggling with anxiety and addiction.
Projects include the Baird Hospital, above, replacing the Denburn Medical Centre and opening a new facility in Northfield for patients in the north of the city.
Aberdeen bus services are back on their usual routes after roadworks overran.
A water firm has apologised to Aberdeen bus passengers after they were left waiting for nothing.
The victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had a disagreement with Matthew Clark, 25, outside his home on February 15 – when he made the threat to share intimate videos with the public.
Emergency repairs have been carried out on an Aberdeen road after a water main burst.
An area of Aberdeen is set to be disrupted to allow works to introduce faster internet.
Dozens of homes across the region have been left without power after issues with their supply.
Dedicated teachers, staff and parents of a city school will sacrifice their holidays and run 171 miles to raise funds for a running track.
A new Aberdeen foodbank has extended its opening times – just three weeks after its launch.
A new foodbank is to open in Aberdeen this week.
Police who led a crackdown on drug dealers in Buchan are to repeat the exercise in Aberdeen and have warned criminals “we will catch you”.
NHS Grampian's board were to be asked to approve the outline business case for a new £8.1 million health centre today.
An Aberdeen charity working to end food poverty hopes a joint operation with different agencies will be a “building block”.
A police drive to clamp down on crime and antisocial behaviour in two Aberdeen communities has been hailed a success.
An Aberdeen woman was “overwhelmed” after being told her late husband’s employer had donated money for lifesaving equipment.
A two-week initiative to reduce antisocial behaviour will take place in an Aberdeen community this week.
Drugs worth £13,000 have been seized from a property in Aberdeen.
Residents have given a warm welcome to emergency services after they started a week-long scheme to tackle antisocial behaviour.
A campaign targetting antisocial behaviour in two Aberdeen communities will get underway next week.
An application has been lodged to reform a mothballed Aberdeen community council.
The youngsters, from Orchard Brae School in Northfield, recorded themselves performing the Toy Story theme You’ve Got a Friend in Me in Makaton.
Aberdeen school pupils are appealing for materials that can turn their playground into a haven for wildlife.
Carly Thomson, 28, complained about the state of her Marchburn Avenue home after her one-year-old son Enzo, who is recovering from open heart surgery, repeatedly tripped and injured himself on uneven floors.
Neil Munro, 39, and mates Dave Matthew, 35, Lewis Grant, 26, and Mark Taylor, 49, are aiming for a mammoth 60-hour doubles match starting tomorrow.
Two men have been charged after drugs were recovered in Aberdeen.