Aberdeen schools have been targeted by vandals in dozens of incidents during the summer holidays, according to official statistics.
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More than £760,000 has been spent repairing vandalism to schools in Aberdeen in the last five years.
Pupils across the north-east have been celebrating a raft of impressive exam results.
Claims a pupil took a knife into a classroom at an Aberdeen secondary school are being investigated by police.
Students at an Aberdeen university have been praised for their volunteer work.
Pupils at an Aberdeen academy are set to Turn Back Time with ’90s chart-topping songs as part of a nostalgic musical.
New figures released by Aberdeen City Council details which schools were damaged by vandals in December
An Aberdeen football pitch is set to stay out of action for several months to allow the surface to recover after repairs to a sinkhole.
A football match was abandoned after a sinkhole opened up in the middle of the pitch.
Two pupils who have gone above and beyond to train for their sport are Kai Noble and Caitlin Flinn.
Yobs broke into dozens of Aberdeen schools during the summer holidays, causing more than £5,900 of damage.
Aberdeen City Council has announced it will invest £40,000 to provide free sanitary products across city schools.
Good causes have shared in a £105,000 windfall thanks to north-east schools.
Pupils across the north-east were jumping for joy after attaining top-class results in their exams this year.
More than 50 bags of rubbish were collected after Aberdeen residents teamed up with a local authority to clean up an award-winning park.
There were a total of 17 broken windows, which cost at least £100 each to repair – and the actual cost could be thousands more when the price of glazier hire and boarding up the windows is taken into account.
Seven schools in Aberdeen will share more than £635,000 from a £50 million Scottish Government funding pot.
A police car on a 999 call has been involved in a crash near an Aberdeen academy.
New figures have revealed there are still 150 vacancies across schools in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
School pupils have held a tea party to acknowlegde volunteers who give their time to charity.
An Aberdeen Boys' Brigade group have been forced to hold meetings in a branch of McDonald's after their regular home was closed for renovations.
Two school boundary changes have been give the go-ahead.
Plans to rezone a number of schools in Aberdeen will be debated by the council's education committee next week.
A team of inspired pupils are to be judged by Louis Walsh after reaching the final of a recycling fashion competition.
A MAN has been taken to hospital after his car crashed into a lamppost near an Aberdeen school.