A group of mums have hidden painted rocks around an Aberdeen community for families to find.
Sheila Gillanders’ beloved dog Emma was almost scooped up by the large bird yesterday morning while in the garden of their home in Stoneywood.
An Aberdeen hotel firm is to stand trial next month over an alleged food hygiene breach.
Union bosses have welcomed the buy-out of an Aberdeen paper mill.
Plans have been unveiled to convert a former church into Aberdeen’s first Hindu temple.
Aberdeenshire and Stoneywood-Dyce face testing Eastern Premier games in Edinburgh tomorrow, followed by equally tricky matches in the Scottish Cup quarter–finals on Sunday.
An Aberdeen politician has written to the administrators of Stoneywood Mill to ask for time to be given to management as buyout discussions take place.
Staff at a closure-threatened Aberdeen papermill were today due to meet bosses to discuss their future after talks to find a buyer collapsed.
Pupils from an Aberdeen dance school have been successful in a championship competition.
An Aberdeen community council is “bitterly disappointed” a controversial homes scheme has been supported.
NHS Grampian has identified seven locations which could be used to develop GP surgeries and medical centres in the future.
Stoneywood Mill is the last remaining paper mill in the city.
A man is due to appear in court following thefts and road traffic offences in Aberdeen.
A 25-year-old man has been arrested in connection with alleged thefts and road traffic offences in an Aberdeen neighbourhood.
Police are warning members of the public to secure their property following a spate of thefts.
Children will hear less noise from a Boeing 737 than they will from the TV in their home says developer behind Aberdeen flats
Children living at a proposed residential development near Aberdeen airport would hear less from a Boeing 737 than they would from a TV inside their own homes, according to a developer.
Council chiefs have hailed a new £13 million Aberdeen school as “fabulous” during a visit.
A large number of high-value items have been stolen from building sites across the north-east in a spate of thefts.
An Aberdeen MSP has raised concerns over the state of a littered underpass used as a route for school pupils.
Drivers have been warned of potential delays after traffic lights failed on an Aberdeen street.
Colleagues at an Aberdeen shop have kickstarted a week-long volunteering drive for a charity with an Alice in Wonderland tea party.
Staff at an Aberdeen supermarket have kicked off a volunteering drive by hosting an Alice in Wonderland tea party event.
A nurse working at an Aberdeen hospital lied about doing a shift – and was caught out when a hotel told her colleague she had not stayed there.
A man has died after falling ill on an Aberdeen road.
Residents today hit out at railway works which they say are causing chaos in their community.
A “shaken” dog owner who jumped with a friend into a frozen river to save her pet has spoken of her gratitude for the “hero” passer-by who helped with the rescue.
Send me your dead seabirds – that is the plea from a marine ecologist researching how marine litter impacts on North-east wildlife.
Incidents included Cordyce School on Riverview Drive being damaged in a fire started by vandals, as well as speeding and youngsters throwing fireworks.
Pupils and staff at a city primary school have completed a 30-hour baton run to raise thousands of pounds for charity.
A new M&S which will include a cafe will open in Aberdeen next week.