An Aberdeen bakery store has undergone a major refurbishment.
An Aberdeen teenager who smashed a glass door at McDonald’s has been fined £600 but was told he will get the money back if he is of good behaviour for a year.
A shoplifter stole a jacket – by concealing it under his jacket.
A man has told how he was left “coated in blood” following an attack on an Aberdeen city centre street.
Thousands turned out in rainbow colours today to celebrate Aberdeen's second ever Grampian Pride.
Plans have been lodged to build six flats on the city's Union Street.
The final line-up for this weekend’s Grampian Pride event has been announced.
An artist has told how she hopes her latest project will encourage people to see Aberdeen’s Granite Mile in a different light.
A NEW book shines a light on the lives of remarkable women who hailed from the north-east.
A man has been ordered to carry out unpaid work after assaulting two people and struggling with police at an Aberdeen bar.
A raft of Aberdeen road closures are in place today as the Ovo Energy Tour Series returns.
A man has been handed unpaid work after assaulting three strangers during a night out.
Work to transform one of Aberdeen city centre’s most iconic buildings into a two-part food and drink venue has begun.
The 17-year-old male, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court over the matter and pled guilty to behaving in a threatening or abusive manner and assault on April 23.
Owners and occupiers of historic properties can enjoy renovation advice at a free event in Aberdeen this month.
Final preparations are under way for the countdown to Aberdeen’s second Grampian Pride.
The closure of two city shops shows Aberdeen is not immune to the decline of the high street, a business body boss has said.
Community groups and charities are being urged to sign up to take part in Celebrate Aberdeen before applications end.
Councillors have approved five new noise management areas in Aberdeen.
A shoplifter is set to be sentenced next month after being caught stealing a jacket.
A woman has been given unpaid work after hitting people with a bag in a BrewDog bar.
Five sites have been identified as points where people are most likely to be annoyed by road and rail noise.
A plaque has been unveiled on Union Street to honour a brave Aberdeen suffragette and journalist.
A number of Aberdeen roads are to close next month for a parade.
Police were called after a group of 30 youths caused a disturbance on an Aberdeen city centre street.
The OVO Energy Tour Services circuit for this year has been launched – and will take in Broad Street.
Emergency repair work is to take place on a busy Aberdeen city centre street.
Stuart Rae, 47, pled guilty to assaulting two men by punching them on the head in Espionage, Union Street, on December 21.
Youngsters gathering in Aberdeen city centre are being urged to respect others by police during a new operation.
Crowds gathered on Union Street at the weekend to watch the historic Torcher Parade.