More than £150 million is being invested in building new facilities at NHS Grampian’s Foresterhill Campus in Aberdeen over the next five years.
POLICE were today appealing for information after a number of cars were broken into in Aberdeen.
ABERDEEN taxi drivers could be sent to college in a bid to improve their customer service.
Plans for new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre include 1,200 space underground car park and arena
A 1,200-SPACE underground car park and exhibition area will form part of the new £333 million Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC).
Aberdeen were today drawn away to Hibs in the third round of the Scottish League Cup.
PITTODRIE legend Dougie Bell today backed Aberdeen to emulate the 1984-85 record-breaking winning league run - and title success.
The lead singer of Chvrches has hit back at online trolls who launched a stream of sexist abuse over the band's latest music video.
The benefits budget should be under the control of local councils, Andy Burnham has said.
Scottish Labour has attracted more than 3,400 new members since the general election.
Police investigating the Shoreham air crash have thanked the public for its support after the force received an "overwhelming" amount of food donations.
Millions of Britons planning a bank holiday getaway should expect a "messy" weekend of weather, forecasters have warned, as rain and thunderstorms hit parts of the UK.
David Cameron's aim of cutting net migration to below 100,000 has been dealt a devastating blow as official data confirmed the number has jumped again, reaching a record high.
David Cameron has been accused of packing the House of Lords with cronies after unveiling 26 new Tory peers and showering his aides with other honours.
President Barack Obama has held out the people of New Orleans as an extraordinary example of renewal and resilience 10 years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon has proposed that a new international body should be set up to assign blame for chemical attacks in Syria's deadly conflict.
A Loose Woman, “The Queen of Porn” and two sex tape stars are among the somewhat dubious line-up for the latest series of Celebrity Big Brother.
THE first trailer for the upcoming big screen version of Dad’s Army has been released.
An award-winning show by a Hollywood director is to head to Aberdeen after a two-year challenge.
WHEN the Chatty Man arrives in Aberdeen with a show called Yap, Yap, Yap you kind of know what you're in for.
IRON Maiden bassist Steve Harris is relishing the chance to return to his roots with solo project British Lion.
A CAR crash demonstration will take place in a supermarket car park - as part of a staged event to promote road safety.
PHOTOS have been released of the moment two stranded North-east fishermen were rescued off cliffs by a lifeboat crew.
ConocoPhillips could be set to make additional headcount reductions to its North Sea operations.
A TASKFORCE could be set up to help tackle the North-east's "unprecedented" teaching crisis, education leaders revealed today.
AN ABERDEEN man is hoping to be in the money after winning the chance of a lifetime to play poker in Las Vegas.
IKEA'S new base in Aberdeen will be more than 5,000 sq m in size if plans are approved, the Evening Express can reveal today.
A UNION boss today accused council bosses of creating "confusion" over parking rules in Aberdeen.
SCOTLAND'S police supremo has said North-east revellers who 'pre-load' booze at home before a night out are an ongoing challenge for his officers.
A BUSINESS owner today said he feared his firm would go up in flames after three cars were torched.
THE family of a rock & roll legend spoke today of their joy after the Evening Express revealed plans for an unusual musical reunion.
UK Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham was today due to visit Aberdeen.
Up to 200 staff at Maersk Oil face the risk of redundancy after the company revealed plans to shut down one of its North Sea assets.
AN ENGLISH organised crime gang's plans to take over a business in Aberdeen have been foiled by police, it was revealed today.
North Sea industry bosses are rapidly running out of time in which to reach an agreement with offshore workers and avert a strike action ballot.
Almost 100 motorbikes have been seized and more than 60 people charged as part of a police crackdown in the North-east.
A LINK between less body weight and attractiveness is due to an evolutionary preference for youth, according to research by University of Aberdeen academics.
The final countdown has begun for businesses looking to enter the Evening Express Local Retailer Awards.
Hotel occupancy rates have fallen in the last 12 months due to the oil price crash, according to a new report from the Scottish Parliament.
Artwork of the Bon Accord Baths is to go on sale in a bid to raise funds for campaigners trying to reopen the facility.