Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has backed Derby-bound captain Graeme Shinnie to be a big hit in England.
Shelley Kerr has been named on the shortlist for the Scottish Football Writers’ Association Manager of the Year award after leading Scotland to the Women’s World Cup finals.
A leading surgeon who was banned from practising after he was convicted of a string of assaults - including three against a child - has been allowed to return to work.
British Transport Police officers investigating a report of a hate crime on board a train from Dundee to Aberdeen are today appealing for further information.
Dundee United will face a battle in their bid to make striker Pavol Safranko’s stay at Tannadice permanent.
Derby have announced the signing of Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie on a three-year contract.
A motorist was caught driving at 91mph on the A90 road this morning told police he was “running late for work”.
Rising star Lewis Capaldi is heading for Aberdeen after his UK arena tour sold out within 10 minutes of going on sale.
A woman who was brutally raped in an Aberdeen park claims that police thought she had gone to meet her attacker – because she had a dating app on her phone.
Two men died and a third was seriously injured in three separate crashes on Sunday.
A driver has been seriously hurt in a single-vehicle crash in Aberdeen.
Neil Lennon heaped praise on Mikael Lustig after the veteran right-back set Celtic on the way to their Ladbrokes title clincher with the opening goal at Pittodrie on Saturday.
Interim boss Neil Lennon urged Celtic fans to savour the moment after the Hoops clinched their eighth successive Ladbrokes Premiership title with a 3-0 win over Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
Celtic confirmed their dominance of Scottish football by clinching their eighth successive Ladbrokes Premiership title with a 3-0 win over Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
A Tory councillor joked about terrorist incidents in Belfast, saying people there “tested explosives” in a “not very friendly way”.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is far more concerned with boosting his side’s European targets than worrying about a potential title party at Pittodrie.
Theresa May has accused the Scottish First Minister of using Brexit for “one thing and one thing only” – to press her “obsession” with independence.
Sajid Javid has launched a scathing attack on Jeremy Corbyn, claiming the Labour leader would “rig our precious democracy” if he got into power.
A Tory MP has accused the SNP of slashing council budgets in north-east Scotland in retaliation for the region electing Conservatives to Holyrood and Westminster.
Neil Lennon insists his Celtic side will be going all out for a win at Pittodrie on Saturday even though a draw will clinch the Ladbrokes Premiership title.