BBC news for Aberdeen

Aberdeen teacher struck off after lewd comments

David McGhee worked as a religious education, history and modern studies teacher in Aberdeen.

Oil and Gas UK welcomes Budget tax move

A new measure will allow owners of mature producing fields to pass on their tax history to buyers.

Stranded Malaviya Seven crew to finally head home

The supply vessel Malaviya Seven was detained more than a year ago under merchant shipping regulations.

Teenager checked following Forres flat fire

About 20 firefighters and four appliances were called to a property in Forres early on Thursday morning.

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Myanmar Rohingya crisis: Deal to allow return of Rohingya Muslims

Myanmar agrees to take back hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who fled violence for Bangladesh.

Argentina missing submarine: Loud noise investigated

A navy spokesman refuses to confirm whether the 'hydro-acoustic anomaly' was an explosion.

Deep fat fryers may help form cooling clouds

The fatty acids released in cooking may help form clouds that limit global warming, say scientists.

Zimbabwe needs immediate economic reforms, warns IMF

Government spending and foreign debt are too high and Zimbabwe needs structural reform, the IMF says.