- Emergency calls to police in the north east now being handled from Dundee under centralisation plans.
- Armed police are deployed after reports of concern for a man in the Hazlehead area of Aberdeen.
- An Aberdeen paedophile who sexually abused boys has been jailed for seven-and-a-half years.
- A special protection area is designated for seals at the mouth of the Ythan Estuary in Aberdeenshire.
- A man who had to be rescued from a river in Aberdeen after crashing his mobility scooter is charged.
- Police officers are cleared of any wrongdoing following an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the deaths of three people in Aberdeen
- A University of Aberdeen student who started his own 'socially conscious' biotechnology firm whilst training to become a doctor has won £30,000 to support the development of his company.
- The quality of care at an Aberdeen nursery is described as weak by the Care Inspectorate.
- Average speed cameras are to be installed on the 50-mile stretch of the A90 between Stonehaven and Dundee.
- Two University of Aberdeen students have presented their research at the British Parliament in London.
- An oil exploration firm makes what it is describing as the "largest undeveloped discovery" in UK waters.
- A woman who sleepwalked to a supermarket in just her nightdress looking for a watermelon thinks her subconscious "got hungry".
Aberdeen Inspired backing fresh plan to land UK City of Culture 2025 title - Aberdeen Evening ExpressAberdeen Evening Express
Aberdeen Inspired backing fresh plan to land UK City of Culture 2025 title
Aberdeen Evening Express
A move to bring the UK City of Culture to Aberdeen has received backing from a business body. The Evening Express previously revealed cross party support had been found to make a bid for the status in 2025. Now Aberdeen Inspired, which works to ...and more »
- Two people are taken to hospital following a serious crash in Aberdeenshire.
- Alex Salmond says parliaments must remain accessible to the public, in the wake of the terror attack at Westminster.
- An offshore worker calls for action as he tells the BBC he and colleagues were exposed to radiation.
- The University of Aberdeen is set to play a key role at a United Nations committee working towards a common set of rules on the use of marine biological resources, such as those used in the development of life-saving antibiotics.
- NHS Grampian apologises after an air ambulance meant to air lift a sick baby to Aberdeen was sent to Shetland instead of Orkney.
- Researchers from the University of Aberdeen will be on hand this week to show people how a new interactive tool can help us to help bees.
- The discovery of a rusty sword-like weapon by an eight-year-old schoolboy in Orkney is being investigated by experts.
- A 65-year-old man is charged after an alleged indecent exposure in Aberdeen.
- A white powder found in a letter sent to a Moray pub, sparking a major emergency response, was not harmful.
- A sleepwalker in her nightdress found looking for a watermelon in Asda is taken home by police.
- RBS announces that it is shutting 30 more Scottish branches, affecting more than 170 jobs.
- Almost 150 of the University of Aberdeen's internationally important collection of artefacts from ancient Egypt will take centre stage in a major new exhibition'PHARAOH: living in ancient Egypt' at the Lokschuppen Exhibition Centre in Rosenheim, Germany
- Two boys are left with "significant injuries" after chemicals were thrown at them by two youths in Aberdeen.
- A probe into claims of discrimination against former oil workers has uncovered some examples but it is not widespread, the UK government says.
- The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) says it is "highly encouraging" that 25 licences have been awarded to explore for oil in waters around the UK.
- An Aberdeenshire nursery blames rises in business rates for its decision to close part of its operation.
- The discovery of a firearm in a communal Aberdeen garden is being investigated by police.
- People in Orkney are being warned to be aware of a scam which sees insurance policies being set up for people with no connection to the islands.
- President Donald Trump's travel restrictions are blamed for an acclaimed US choir pulling out of a tour to Aberdeen.
- Women who take the contraceptive pill can cut their likelihood of getting some cancers by up to 30%, according to a new study.
- Peterhead police station is to be relocated, under plans being discussed by the Scottish Police Authority.
- Women who have taken the oral contraceptive pill are protected from some types of cancer for as long as thirty years according to new research from The University of Aberdeen.
- Orkney's first coffee roastery is launched, using beans sourced from all over the world.
- Research by a University of Aberdeen team into a drug used as a hormone pregnancy test in the 1970s features in a new hour long Sky News documentary that will be screened for MPs at Westminster.
- A University student has been hailed as achieving Scotland's greatest ever surfing victory after winning the Nordic Surf Games.
- Weather forecasters are warning of snow, ice and lightning affecting parts of Scotland overnight Monday and Tuesday.
- A 27-year-old man is charged after a serious crash in Aberdeenshire left two people in hospital earlier this month.
- Workers are returning to BP's Clair platform west of Shetland after power was restored.
- A totem pole depicting a Viking which has stood near Burray village in Orkney for 15 years has been vandalised.
- Hit hard by falling oil prices and job losses, the Scottish ‘energy capital of Europe’ is facing a complex decision at a time of uncertaintyEurope’s busiest heliport, which ferries offshore oil workers between north-east Scotland and North Sea rigs, is normally one of the most active parts of Aberdeen. But the oil industry’s two-year slump and thousands of job losses mean some residents say the food banks are the now the busiest place in the “energy capital of Europ
- Aberdeen Evening Express
Aberdeen could bid to become UK City of Culture 2025
Aberdeen Evening Express
Aberdeen could bid to be UK City of Culture 2025 after support was pledged from across the political divide, the Evening Express can reveal. Leading councillors from the SNP, Labour and Conservative parties have said they would back a move to apply for ...
- Shay Logan and Jonny Hayes are on target as Aberdeen consolidate second place in the Premiership with victory over Hearts.
- Colin Kennedy, whose actions at the Crofting Commission were the source of a row, has been unsuccessful in being re-elected after losing by two votes.
- The University of Aberdeen Law School has been named in the top three in the world for energy law by a top guide.
- A global conservation body backs Scottish North Sea haddock after it is taken off "sustainable" list.
- A Scottish referendum will happen and Theresa May will not stand in its way, SNP members are told.
- Oil giant BP is in talks with chemicals group Ineos over the sale of the North Sea's largest pipeline.
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