Online comment on Kingsford forum sparks probe by police A supporter of Aberdeen FC's proposed new stadium has called for a van to be ploughed into people against the plans at a shopping centre. Police are investigating the offensive comment relating to the club's £50m development at Kingsford. The post on a
Alex McLeish tips Aberdeen for second place in the Premiership Jubilant Aberdeen fans celebrated his goals with ironic choruses of a ditty about their new hero first they came up with when he played against them for St Johnstone. Back then, May eventually silenced the Red Army by scoring a double in a 2-1 Scottish
Aberdeen want to go 'one better' than last season, says assistant Tony Docherty Aberdeen assistant Tony Docherty is pleased with how the Dons' new-look squad is shaping up and hopes they can go "one better" than last season. Derek McInnes' side finished runners-up in all three domestic competitions last term. The summer brought
PETER PAWLETT is hoping he can move from MK Dons' forgotten man to Robbie Neilson's STAR man after overcoming injury. The ex-Aberdeen winger's progress has been hampered by a series of knocks, which have continually kept him on the sidelines.
Dons fined £9100 and warned by Uefa after Europa League match with Apollon Limassol Police Scotland confirmed no officers travelled with Aberdeen to Cyprus or to Bosnia-Herzegovina in the previous round against Siroki Brijeg, stressing that liaison officers are only sent at the request of the host nation. Apollon have been fined £25
Former Aberdeen captain Alex McLeish predicts his old club will this season again finish runners-up to Celtic in the Scottish Premiership. However, he describes it as the "mission" of Rangers, the team he managed to a domestic treble in season 2002-03,
Aberdeen 2 Dundee 1 as Stevie May downs Dark Blues with spectacular double – 3 things we learned Stevie May scores twice on his home debut as Aberdeen edge past a dogged Dundee at Pittodrie.
Aisling Rose Ironside, of Nellfield Place, Aberdeen, is accused of threatening to go to the media with details of an alleged affair if he did not pay more than £500. The 19-year-old was not present when the case called at Dundee Sheriff Court, and it
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes knew Stevie May had the bottle from a young age Dons boss Derek McInnes has thanked the Pittodrie board for backing him in the transfer market and insists it's now time for the team to deliver. During the
Three rescued after deliberate fire at block of flats Two units, from North Anderson Drive, were alerted to the fire at Muirfield Primary at 5.25am. Flames could be seen around the back of the building apparently
A student who admitted abusing and assaulting his student girlfriend who later took her own life will not be allowed back to the University of Aberdeen. Angus Milligan, 21, was given community service for choking and slapping fellow student Emily
Aberdeen's former manager Jimmy Calderwood diagnosed with Alzheimer's Former Aberdeen and Dunfermline manager Jimmy Calderwood has been diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's disease. The 62-year-old is going public about his condition to raise awareness about dementia. "If I can help others talk more openly about
Ross County 1 Aberdeen 2: County come close to a leveller in stoppage time but Dons hold on for points The Dons forced a corner on the left, Greg Tansey's inswinging right footed delivery found Andrew Considine – making his 400th competitive appearance for Aberdeen – he headed the ball back and Mark Reynolds crashed home a spectacular volley on the
A staffing crisis at Moray's biggest hospital means children needing overnight care will have to be taken to Aberdeen or Inverness. NHS Grampian is withdrawing
Derek McInnes lists his reasons for signing Stevie May McInnes, who spurned an offer from Sunderland to stay at Aberdeen this summer, believes May's arrival helps make his side a lot harder to predict. Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha last season appeared at a press conference clutching what he believed
The Malaviya Seven is set to be sold off to pay the wages of the Indian crew stuck in Scotland after offshore supply boat firm went bust.
Warm, Partly Cloudy Friday Gives Way To Wet Weekend It's looking like it's going to be mainly dry across the North-east this weekend. There's a chance of isolated showers in a few places, the best of the sunshine will be on Sunday. Aberdeen Beach. The weekend looks to be largely dry, with just the small
Aberdeen beat Hamilton Academical for the second time in three days to book their place in the League Cup quarter finals.
A programme to tackle bed blocking in Aberdeen could be expanded by taking more care home beds. Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership wants
Aberdeen sign Stevie May from Preston on a four-year deal Aberdeen have completed the signing of Preston North End striker Stevie May on a four-year deal. The Dons made an offer for the former St Johnstone forward, 24, in June but the deal was delayed after a managerial change at the Championship club. May