PLANS to restore a historic building which was devastated in a fire were discussed today.
SCHOOL pupils across the North-east could be set to receive homework on how to cope with and prevent bullying.
A SUPERMARKET wants to allow a car hire firm to use its spare parking spaces in a bid to cope with changing shopping habits.
A MAN who threatened to burn down and smash up a council headquarters has been sentenced to nearly three months in prison.
JONNY Hayes was awarded the Evening Express Player of the Year prize today.
Oxford University students have voted overwhelmingly against ending a centuries-old tradition of wearing gowns, suits and mortarboards to exams.
Jeremy Clarkson came in to the theme of boxing anthem Eye Of The Tiger as he made his first public appearance with his former Top Gear co-presenters at the beginning of a global super car tour.
Ed Balls will not be "dashing back" to frontline politics and will not play a role in his wife Yvette Cooper's Labour leadership campaign.
A Russian cosmonaut who made history as the first man to walk in space has spoken about his brush with death during the mission 50 years ago.
The Rolling Stones have ripped through Los Angeles' intimate Fonda Theatre with enough energy to fuel their entire 15-city North American tour, in a surprise concert.
Former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson has insisted he has "absolutely no idea" what his future holds - but he is "not going to be a milkman".
ABERDEEN alt-rock trio Min Diesel spent a frantic week recording in a desolate warehouse to produce new album Mince.
IF YOU want a small indication just how much Andrew Hozier-Byrne’s life has changed in the last year, simply glance across the pond to America.
APPEARING on the stage at Edinburgh Playhouse would be a dream come true for any aspiring actor.
WELSH heavy metal group Bullet For My Valentine are coming to Aberdeen this year.
A NEW Traveller site for Aberdeen could be signed off next week, with the issue dividing opinion in the area.
A CHARITY site has gone on fire in Aberdeen.
TWO people have been hurt after a cyclist hit a pedestrian in Aberdeen today.
AN ABERDEEN nightclub which went into administration has been sold.
THE leader of Aberdeenshire Council's largest political party said today he was ready to form a new administration - after two more councillors quit the ruling group.
A SEX offender who drove slowly along a school-route street looking at pupils has been ordered to do unpaid work.
All ScotRail train services across the North-east will be cancelled if a strike by workers goes ahead.
A MAN was today arrested following an alleged disturbance in Aberdeen.
A SET of temporary traffic lights are stuck on red tonight and probably will be for some time.
A SECONDARY school teacher is accused of pushing a child up against a wall and calling him a “dwarf”.
A DOG handler is bowing out after 30 years with the police force.
A SKIPPER who suffered hypothermia after spending three hours clinging to a life raft at sea has spent his first night ashore.
PROPOSED masterplans for the new and current Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre sites are to go out for public feedback after getting universal backing from councillors.
NEARLY a quarter of Aberdeen's pay and display machines are to be removed.
A PETROL tanker caught fire on a busy road this morning.
MORE than 80 oil workers had to be evacuated from an offshore construction vessel today after it caught fire.