There were excited scenes in Aberdeen today when Hollywood star Taron Egerton started shooting scenes for a major new film in the city.
Sometimes it feels like you’re the only one following the orders to stay at home.
A historic landmark on Aberdeen's Granite Mile could be converted into flats as the owner hopes to help "reinvigorate" the city centre.
A doting dad whose battle with cancer sparked a £20,000 fundraising effort has died following a 16-month fight against the disease, aged just 31.
‘Behave like it’s last April’s lockdown’ urges NHS chief, as north-east records highest daily death toll of pandemic so far
A total of 14 people across Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray have died in the highest daily death total for Grampian since the pandemic began.
NHS Grampian has apologised after it emerged ambulances transferring emergency patients are being forced to wait outside hospitals for hours.
Investigators have revealed the daring rescue attempt staged by crewmates on a Fraserburgh trawler as they worked to save a colleague from a deadly gas leak.
It’s 75 years since a grateful British nation paused to commemorate the memory of the myriad men and women who sacrificed their lives during the Second World War.
A defiant Aberdeen pub boss has hit back at claims his city centre beer tent flouts coronavirus rules.
If there were ever a gig that could truly be described as “once-in-a-lifetime” it was the night 20 years ago that Bob Dylan played Aberdeen for the first and, so far, only time.
He was one of Scotland's most prolific and successful writers.
Scots have blazed a trail in many different areas, from commerce and the military, to arts, engineering and sport throughout history.
A north-east woman will go on trial accused of selling puppies without a licence and causing the animals unnecessary suffering.
Aberdeen City Council has spent millions of pounds to pay off 555 workers in just the last three years, it can be revealed.
Highland League legends have joined forces to raise more than £10,000 in honour of a former striker who has been diagnosed with MND.
Resident complains their postcode is ‘not the sort of area’ for new Aberdeen Aldi – despite consultation showing majority backing
A discount supermarket chain says an “overwhelming majority” is in favour of it opening a new Aberdeen branch – despite complaints it is “not the sort of area” for it.
An Aberdeen student unable to run in this year's Edinburgh Marathon has staged his own version at home - raising hundreds of pounds for key workers in the process.