A 31-year-old has denied punching a man and leaving him permanently disfigured.
One of the original protesters who stormed a men’s only Aberdeen pub has told of her delight at finding out the story was being told on the silver screen.
An Aberdeen church has celebrated its 150th anniversary with the public invited inside.
The 85-year-old was struck by the vehicle on Union Street near the junction with Summer Street at 1.15pm.
In Town Without My Car Day has been cancelled over public safety concerns, Aberdeen City Council has announced.
A man assaulted his partner outside Burger King after “experimenting” with cocaine.
Plans to open a one-stop shop to help people find work in the heart of Aberdeen have been abandoned.
A project aiming to raise awareness of a disease affecting young people has brought a golden touch to the granite city once again.
An Aberdeen couple have tied the knot with a grande wedding ceremony – at a coffee shop.
People in Aberdeen are being encouraged to ditch their cars for a day.
Thrillseekers will get the unique opportunity to take a zip-wire journey down part of Aberdeen's Union Street at an event this month.
Urgent repairs are under way after a slab smashed the window of an Aberdeen shop front.
Police have sealed off a section of Aberdeen's Union Street after a glass window fell and smashed.
Fifty of Aberdeen's buildings have been selected for a book celebrating their historic and architectural significance.
This week we’ve searched our archives for some of our favourite images showing how Aberdeen’s Union Street has changed over the past few decades.
Two vehicles have crashed in Aberdeen city centre during this morning's rush hour.
Hundreds of people marched through the heart of Aberdeen this weekend. The Celebrate Aberdeen parade, which forms part of a whole weekend of events, brought together over 100 different charities, sports groups and other organisations. Can you spot yourself or anyone you know in any of our pictures?
Thousands of runners taking part in this year's Great Aberdeen Run 10K are out on the course.
Hundreds of people marched through the heart of Aberdeen yesterday.
The Journals is back in Aberdeen city centre.
North-east residents are being urged to nominate unsung heroes in the community before this week’s deadline.
A man has been banned from the road after getting behind the wheel while more than three-and-a-half times over the legal drink-drive limit.
Planners have approved an extension as part of wider proposals to revamp a shopping centre.
A business boss today said more people need to be encouraged to live in the city centre after figures showed Aberdeen had some of the lowest shop closure rates in Scotland.
Luxury gents barber Huntsman, which entered this year’s Retailer Awards, was founded on the principle of offering superior customer service.
A man who was stabbed nine times as he fought off terrorists with just a police baton has called on Aberdeen people to nominate an unsung hero.
A fast food bakery is to open a new store in Aberdeen.
Administrators for troubled discount retailer Poundworld have confirmed the Aberdeen store will shut.
A deep clean of Aberdeen could see 300,000 pieces of gum blasted from the streets.
Crowds flocked to Aberdeen city centre on Saturday to celebrate Armed Forces Day.