As someone who likes to eat big and spend big on food, the thought of paying just £10 for five days of meals was daunting.
Flights to Aberdeen have been cancelled tonight after a "chemical incident" at a major airport.
A schoolboy from the North-east has died after falling from a tree.
Columnist and broadcaster Cat Cubie is returning to host the Evening Express Retailer Awards for the second year.
Derek McInnes admits facing Morton at Hampden will mean more to him than any of his previous cup semis as Dons manager.
Graeme Shinnie has dismissed talk of the Dons being favourites in today's League Cup semi-final showdown with Morton at Hampden.
Police have released images of 12 more fans they want to trace in connection with the crowd trouble and pitch invasion at the end of the Scottish Cup final.
The First Minister will pledge to safeguard the rights of disabled people when she speaks at a conference this week.
The vice president of the Green group in the European Parliament has backed Scotland remaining in the European Union (EU).
Ukip's most high-profile donor has backed a former aide to Nigel Farage for the party leadership amid speculation ex-deputy leader Paul Nuttall was poised to enter the race.
Police are in a stand-off with a man after receiving reports that he is in possession of dangerous items.
A minute's silence for rugby coach Anthony Foley was impeccably observed at a sold-out Thomond Park on Saturday ahead of Munster's European Champions Cup match against Glasgow.
Week five of Strictly Come Dancing is here, and so far the series has delivered some of the best moments ever.
Onlookers apparently shouted "jump" before a teenage migrant leapt from a block of flats in an eastern German town, killing himself, the town's mayor has said.
Junko Tabei, the first woman to climb Mount Everest, has died at the age of 77, Japanese media reported.
Comedian Eleanor Conway could be a poster girl for the Tinder generation.
Californian alt-rockers We Are Scientists insist there is no science to their music - they just want to give fans a good time.
Plans are under way to install average speed cameras on a section of the A90 in the North-east for more than a year.
Baker Hughes has reinforced its commitment to its annual 10K after it emerged the US firm was closing at least one of its buildings in Aberdeen while consolidating other facilities.
A charity has been fined £30,000 after a man in its care drowned after being left unsupervised in a bath.
A man with an inoperable brain tumour has defied doctors' expectations and is enjoying life - 15 years on from his terminal diagnosis.
A police union boss fears a shake-up could mean more work for managerial staff and called for more cop funding.
Community leaders in a North-east town have called for the return of a popular Hogmanay concert next year.
Pupils parents, staff and the wider community are being asked for their input on the name of a new school.
Passenger capacity on trains running between Aberdeen and other Scottish cities will dramatically increase, ScotRail has pledged.
Concerns have been raised a new £47 million school will not be able to recruit the specialist teachers it needs.
A child safety charity is working to improve water safety awareness following the death of a mother and son at Aberdeen Beach.
A mum-of-two has avoided jail after being convicted of causing a crash that killed a former teacher.
Two men appeared in court accused of having a firearm or imitation firearm following an alleged late-night incident outside an Aberdeen supermarket.
A potentially lethal new ecstasy tablet - which has been linked to the death of a girl in Edinburgh - could be circulating in the North-east.
An Aberdeen man is in peak condition after bagging all of Scotland's Munros - for a third time.
A taxi price hike could be on the cards for revellers in Aberdeen on Friday and Saturday nights, the Evening Express can reveal today.
The developer behind plans to turn an abandoned nightclub into a bowling alley is seeking permission to include other sports as part of the revamp.
A popular TV talent show will visit Aberdeen in search of contenders.
A number of NATO warships have arrived in Aberdeen harbour this morning.
Two people have been taken to hospital after being hit by a van near a North-east supermarket.
Two vehicles were left on the central reservation after a crash on the A90.