The state of Broad Street in Aberdeen has been described as “verging on shambolic”, with structural issues appearing just months after a £3.2 million revamp.
Scotland are counting on a much-changed side to get their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign off to a winning start in Kazakhstan today but midfielder Stuart Armstrong is confident Alex McLeish’s squad is strong enough to cope.
Jazz will ring out across the streets of Aberdeen for the next 11 days with the return of a renowned music festival.
Many have passed through its doors in search of a petrifying pint or creepy cocktail, but one Aberdeen venue could soon be swapping horror for brightly-coloured boozy brunches.
Brora Rangers player-manager Steven Mackay accepts that anything less than three points at home to leaders Cove Rangers on Saturday will almost certainly end the Cattachs’ title hopes.
Ted Baker’s profits slumped last year as the fashion retailer grappled with a scandal which pushed its founder to resign, as well as a competitive retail environment.
High-level talks have been held within Moray Council in an effort to save the region's failing school system.
A unique pine forest in Wester Ross will have its genetic code preserved forever in a UK first.
The family of a tragic north-east mum working to open a mental health centre in her memory have launched a recruitment drive.