Organisers of a north-east awards ceremony are searching for heroes from across the construction industry.
A footpath has been restored for residents of a north-east community after it was destroyed by flooding several years ago.
It was a day when the match mattered less than the result and when tens of thousands of Aberdeen supporters flocked to Glasgow to watch their heroes win their first trophy in 19 years.
They say there are few things more stressful and intense as buying property and that's been especially true for the first time you do it - until now.
After the past 12 months, wellbeing and self-care are at the top of everyone’s list of priorities. And for the developers at Countesswells, wellbeing is at the heart of everything they do.
A major north-east housebuilder has started a consultation process with its workforce which will lead to job losses in Aberdeen.
This lovely Aberdeen home has layout to suit modern lifestyle and is on the market for offers over £425,000
Painting the walls of your home in shades of grey, charcoal and white has been a hugely popular trend in the past few years.
Stewart Milne vividly remembers the impact which the discovery of the Forties Field in the North Sea had on the region when he and his generation grew up.
It was the discovery which changed everything in the north-east of Scotland and transformed the Granite City from an ancient port to the centre of a new energy revolution in Europe.
The many suburbs and communities of Aberdeen is what makes the Granite City such a special place to live.
In the past few months we have all been spending more time at home – and it’s made a lot of people realise that they are ready for something new.
Aberdeen have announced former chief executive Duncan Fraser is to step down from his role as a non-executive director on July 22.
An Aberdeen student who has taken part in a construction scholarship has hailed its success.
The iconic Stonehaven Hogmanay Fireballs will be sponsored for the fourth year in a row by a local housebuilder.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has vowed to boost attendances by inspiring the “lost generation” to come to Pittodrie and the proposed new stadium.
After 22 years at the helm outgoing chairman Stewart Milne today warned Aberdeen cannot buy success and must instead build it.
New Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack insists it is financially unfeasible to remain at Pittodrie – and moving to a new stadium would be cheaper.
Stewart Milne is set to oversee his final game as Aberdeen chairman this afternoon before stepping down officially at Monday’s annual general meeting.
As he readies to step down as chairman, Stewart Milne revealed he had to make painful choices to ensure the club he loved did not go under during the global recession.
Outgoing Dons chairman Stewart Milne has confessed: “This club has taken over my life.”
Stewart Milne has guided Aberdeen FC through some major changes over the last two decades at Pittodrie, making sure the club secured success on and off the pitch.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today hailed Stewart Milne’s legacy for future generations as the club chairman announced he was stepping down after 22 years at the helm.
Atlanta United president Darren Eales is set to join the Aberdeen board as part of the clubs' strategic partnership - but who is he?
Cormack says Atlanta link-up will see Aberdeen ‘tap into’ South American scouting network and help fund new stadium
Incoming Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has outlined the key benefits of the club's link-up with American side Atlanta United.
Aberdeen are set to meet Dumbarton in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup. The Dons, who last won the national trophy in 1990, will play the Sons at Pittodrie on January 18 or 19 after tonight’s draw.
Dave Cormack is to become the new Aberdeen FC chairman after Stewart Milne stepped down from the role, it was confirmed tonight.
A new nautical-themed playpark has been officially opened at an Aberdeen residential development.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes refused to be drawn on expected changes at the club.
Aberdeen suffered frustration as they were denied a fourth straight Premiership victory by nine-man St Johnstone in Perth.
Stewart Milne can step down as Aberdeen chairman with his head held high, insists club legend Joe Harper.