Across the north-east, Christmas lights are bursting into life to drive cold winter away and bring some sparkle and cheer to these, particularly dark days.
Businesses across the north-east are taking part in a new Christmas scheme in the hope of bringing people back to the city centre during its hour of greatest need.
Video: Section of Aberdeen’s Union Street cordoned off as emergency services deal with medical matter
Police have cordoned off a section of Union Street in Aberdeen as they deal with an ongoing incident.
Danielle Sunley, 29, offered her victim a "square go" after bumping into her on Union Street, but when the woman declined Sunley punched her in the face anyway.
Police are hunting for a man who was heard racially abusing people in Aberdeen city centre.
Burger King has announced one of its Aberdeen restaurants has reopened for dine-in service and takeaway.
Tales of ghostly girls and haunted shoe shops scare up a spine tingling treat for Aberdeen’s Halloween
Halloween, the night when some say the veil between this world and the next is at its thinnest, is the time for ghost stories – and author Graeme Milne has plenty to tell.
More than 750 fines have been handed out in the space of a month at Aberdeen's newest bus gate.
A £10,000 reward has been offered for information on a spate of deliberate fires in Inverclyde that left one man dead and a mother seriously burnt.
Police have today released CCTV images of a man and woman they want to speak to following an assault and robbery in Aberdeen city centre.
If you're a working man or woman, resident in Aberdeen and reading this, contain yourself for a couple of minutes when I inform you that employees in the Granite City are awash with dosh.
Video: Aberdeen bar staff protest against Covid-19 restrictions by dumping ice on Union Street after 6pm closing time
Restaurant and pub workers in Aberdeen tonight dumped buckets of ice on Union Street to protest the new curfew on the hospitality sector.
This week’s gallery focuses on the Bridge of Dee area of Aberdeen. With pictures taken through the decades, we can see how the area’s changed over the last 50 years.
Following on from the article on September 24 and EE’s Our View, did anybody honestly expect students would be socially responsible?
The owners of a vacant Aberdeen shop have applied for permission to use it as an eatery.
New benches have been installed on Union Street.
Neil McGillivray told Aberdeen Sheriff Court the woman, who was left with a fractured pubic bone and needed a walking aid for a number of weeks, "appeared out of nowhere".
A new camera has been set up to catch people driving through a bus gate on Aberdeen's Union Street.
The C-listed building dates back to the early 1800s and it sits between two taller buildings which are occupied by Lakeland and Café Nero.
From Aberdeen’s historic harbour to busy beaches and iconic landmarks, this gallery showcases the best of the Granite City as it was in the 1980s. This week’s gallery even features a picture of police stopping traffic while they searched for an escaped prisoner in the city centre
The fireworks night and switch-on events normally attract thousands of people to the city, but due to the current restrictions on public gatherings and the uncertainty on when they will be lifted the council has taken the decision to revise these winter events.
Aberdeen's fireworks night is the latest winter event to be cancelled due to Covid-19.
In recent days this page has been inundated with letters from readers complaining about the utter waste of money ACC has spent on various projects across the city.
A vintage event inspired by a north-east railway line is set to take place at an Aberdeen charity shop.
Temporary bus stops and a new camera to enforce a bus gate on Aberdeen's Union Street will be put in place next week.
This week we've teamed up with the Silver City Vault for a special Aberdonian focusing on shopping in the city.
As a volunteer for the NSPCC’s Childline service, I have seen first-hand how lockdown has impacted a generation of children.
From Aberdeen’s historic harbour to busy beaches and iconic landmarks, this gallery showcases the best of the Granite City as it was in the 1970s. Historic houses, parks, markets and the harbour all feature in this week’s Aberdonian gallery.
A peaceful protest is to be held in Aberdeen to raise awareness of child trafficking and human exploitation.
After the disastrous attempt by our council to introduce pedestrianisation on Union Street they are at it again, this time installing cycle lanes on the whole length of the Beach Esplanade.