A north-east pensioner is "fighting fit" after earning his black belt in karate - at the age of 80.
The number of cases of coronavirus may have dropped again in the north-east but a health boss has warned the situation remains "fragile".
The reopening of the Aberdeen Art Gallery has been hailed a success.
A public consultation is to be held on plans to build homes on the grounds of a former Aberdeen academy.
Plans have been submitted to turn a former Aberdeen city centre office into a new art studio with workshop space.
An Aberdeen diet clinic is helping residents achieve their goals to improve their fitness, health and lifestyle.
A 14-week-old kitten, a hessian Bag for Life and a feline friendly tree surgeon may not sound like typical ingredients for a Sunday night thriller.
A new north-east community campus will now open in October after being hit by construction delays caused by the coronavirus lockdown.
‘We got through coronavirus, but we’re not going to survive the council’: Aberdeen business owners hit out at ‘ridiculous’ road layout
Business owners fear they will be forced to close due to "ridiculous" social distancing restrictions making it difficult for customers to get access to shops.
Personal data blunder as personal phone numbers of sheriffs and Aberdeen police officer published online
Sensitive personal information, including the personal phone numbers of sheriffs, solicitors, court officials and a senior Aberdeen police officer, have been accidentally published online.
Since football was shut down in the middle of March, Aberdeen FC has had to reckon with a radical shift in daily life – players are unable to set foot on their pitch, or even train within two metres of each other.
At the end of last year, Ryan Steehouder decided to take everything – his income, his career, his life – into his own hands.
Proposals to turn a former Aberdeen bookmakers into a cafe have been given the green light.
Offshore workers have raised thousands of pounds for a campaign launched to give comfort boxes to frontline staff.
The owner of a family-run paint and wallpaper shop has said its closure after 40 years will mark the “end of an era”.
Hundreds of new affordable homes could be built at a proposed Peterculter development.
A RETIRED mechanic who once owned Scotland’s largest assortment of vintage tractors will auction off the last of his collection.
A FARMER whose sheep were chased to their deaths by dogs has urged other pet owners to keep their animals under control.
A North-east mum has put her £1.7 million luxury mansion up for grabs as a competition prize in the hope of raising over £1 million for charity.