Aberdeen’s first dolphin festival, dubbed DolphinFest, will take place during the last weekend in April, it has been announced.
Plans for a marine education centre in Aberdeen have taken a step forward.
The date for an Aberdeen beach clean up has been announced.
Firefighters were sent to a fire in the open near a busy Aberdeen street. The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service were alerted to the blaze at 8.46am on Greyhope Road. One appliance was sent, and the blaze was extinguished on arrival at 9.08am.
Volunteers are being sought for a global environmental campaign.
Voting is under way for the public to choose an Aberdeen shoreline to be cleaned.
Clothes and scrap metal were among the items found during a clean-up operation at an Aberdeen beach.
A dolphin-inspired event is taking place in Aberdeen today.
A conservation charity has spoken of the “special moment” that three whales were spotted off the coast of Aberdeen.
An event to celebrate the city’s marine population is to be held next weekend.
A beach clean is to take place this weekend in celebration of World Oceans Day.
A conservation charity has launched its dolphin watching scheme in Aberdeen for the new season.
A dolphinwatch project has received a slice of a £1 million funding pot.
Tyres, fencing and a golf flag are just some of the items volunteers collected during an emergency beach clean in Aberdeen.
Wildlife watchers have had a whale of a time this week after a pod of orcas was seen splashing around off the coast of Aberdeen.
Rotary Clubs have joined forces to brighten up the streets of a community.
Five years ago, if anyone had asked me where to see dolphins in Scotland, I’d have packed them off to the Moray Firth.
A nature campaign has made its biggest splash yet after record numbers flocked to visit.
A conservation organisation has launched a summer activity programme in Aberdeen.
For some it's a pastime, for others it's something on the to-do list, but for two women in Aberdeen, dolphin watching is a job.
Road repairs at Torry Battery have started a month earlier than planned.
An iconic Aberdeen landmark is being ruined by antisocial drivers according to a community leader.
Work to restore a "jewel in the crown" of the North-east coastline is to start next year.