A bid to ban lorries from part of Aberdeen has been set in motion amid residents’ concerns a child could be killed.
Organisers of a dance music event are hopeful of rearranging the gig after it was shut down mid-way over “safety concerns”.
There were fears Jon Gallagher would be added to Aberdeen’s lengthy injury list.
Andy Considine insists injuries will not be an excuse for Aberdeen if they fail to beat Livingston.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes confirmed he will assess training and game preparation to try to limit injuries as he has just 13 fit first-team players to face Livingston away today.
A campaign that has brought a touch of gold to Aberdeen has returned once again.
Aberdeen’s most popular Oor Wullie sculpture has been transferred to Pittodrie to go head-to-head with another statue.
Aberdeen's most popular Oor Wullie sculpture has been transferred to Pittodrie.
An Aberdeen fan has recreated the home of the Dons out of Lego.
The initiative will allow those with conditions such as dementia and autism to attend matches.
A visual effects supervisor who worked on Avengers Endgame will be among the panel at the north-east’s biggest comic book convention.
Aberdeen's Europa League campaign ended in third round qualifying round for the fifth time in six years as they crumbled against Rijeka at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes expects “whoever’s called upon” to help fire the Reds to a famous European win over Rijeka tonight.
Craig Kincaid, 21, lobbed the seat over the segregation fence at Pittodrie at the end of a Scottish Cup tie between Aberdeen and Rangers on March 3, hitting Dons fan and flag-bearer Bailey Smith, 20, on the head.
Summer signing Curtis Main was left out of the squad for the 5-0 thrashing of Chikhura Sachkhere as a precaution having suffered tightness in his thigh on the eve of the tie.
If Aberdeen need inspiration tonight on how to capitalise on a hard-fought away European draw in the return to progress, they can look back to 1981.
A mystery vandal who has waged an eight-year campaign against an Aberdeen business – by glueing its locks – has struck again.
‘Clean sheet is important so Aberdeen fans have to be patient’ – ex-boss Brown ahead of Chikhura visit
Former Pittodrie boss Craig Brown believes sticking to the philosophy of the club’s greatest manager can help the Dons progress in Europe.
Stovies, macaroni and chicken pies will all be on offer at a dedicated Thain's Bakery kiosk in Pittodrie's biggest stand.
The dons are deep into Europa League qualifying and look to have a good game away from home as they prepare for the first leg of their second-round tie against Georgian side Chikhura Sachkhere tonight.
Aberdeen have slashed the allocation for away fans at Pittodrie for next season following discussions with Police Scotland.
Aberdeen have announced changes to an upcoming fixture this season due to their progress into Europa League qualifying round two.
Aberdeen's Europa League campaign gets started tonight when RoPS Rovaniemi of Finland visit Pittodrie.
Aberdeen were today warned they will have to break down a RoPS Rovaniemi side who will be content to sit deep at Pittodrie.
It is fantastic to see former Aberdeen winger Ryan Fraser being linked with a potential £25 million move to Arsenal.
Boss Derek McInnes today confirmed Stevie May could still save his Dons career despite being told he can go out on loan.
Striker Sam Cosgrove admits he was shocked to see former Manchester United star James Wilson in the Pittodrie car park on Wednesday.
Steven Kelly, 28, “lunged” at an officer who approached him as he entered the away supporters’ section of Pittodrie occupied by Rangers fans.
Aberdeen Football club is inviting super-fan dads to celebrate Father’s Day at Pittodrie Stadium.
Police have urged Aberdeen residents to plan ahead during a busy weekend for Aberdeen.