Two leading Aurora alert websites are predicting a good chance of seeing the Northern Lights across the North-east tonight.
A wrecked oil rig has finally arrived at its original destination in Malta over eleven weeks after it crashed in the Western Isles.
A fire at a former North-east hotel is being treated as suspicious.
A boutique hotel and spa as part of a Jack Nicklaus golf complex in the North-east is to open in 2020.
The Dons have vowed to ensure their most loyal supporters get first call on tickets for next month’s Betfred League Cup final.
Aberdeen will have an equal share of the stadium at Hampden when they face Celtic next month.
Mark Reynolds believes Saturday's semi-final heroes are all ready to go again - giving Derek McInnes a nice selection headache.
Nicola Sturgeon is to urge politicians, business and universities to join an "all-Scotland" coalition to oppose a hard Brexit.
Presiding Officer Ken Macintosh has set up an independent commission on parliamentary reform to help Holyrood cope with "increasingly tribal and divisive" politics in Scotland.
Scottish households could save £300 million this year by switching their energy supplier, according to campaigners.
American author Paul Beatty has been handed the Man Booker Prize for The Sellout - a satirical take on modern race relations in the US.
David Cameron will give a "frank" account of his time in Downing Street after signing a deal for his autobiography.
Theresa May's decision to back Heathrow expansion plunged the Conservatives into turmoil as Cabinet ministers hit out at the move and a prominent MP quit.
Workers are expected to continue bulldozing ramshackle shacks and tents as day three of the operation to rid Calais of its "Jungle" camp gets under way.
A nurse has been charged with the murders of eight elderly people at nursing homes in Canada over a seven-year period.
The Belgian government said talks to convince the region of Wallonia to give its vital consent to a free trade deal between the European Union and Canada are making progress - two days before the accord is supposed to be signed.
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.
A charitable leisure trust has hit out over the "reckless vandalism" of a community site.
Columnist and broadcaster Cat Cubie is returning to host the Evening Express Retailer Awards for the second year.
Nuturing the Commonwealth and Olympic talent of tomorrow doesn't come cheap.
A North-east road is partially blocked this morning after a one-vehicle crash.
A man who had a stun gun disguised as a mobile phone has been ordered to carry out 180 hours of unpaid work.
Councillors have unanimously backed plans to enter into the next stage towards delivering a £120 million incinerator.
NHS Grampian has announced plans to carry out a multi-million pound upgrade of its flagship site.
Residents in an Aberdeen community have shown their support for a proposed multi-million pound state-of-the-art community hub.
Aberdeenshire council has denied being the cause of a decision to axe Christmas celebrations in a North-east town.
A North-east road has been closed tonight after a crash.
A health body is investigating a case of suspected botulism after an injecting drug user was admitted to hospital.
Christmas celebrations in a North-east community which are facing the axe could be saved after a council vowed to step in.
Small and medium sized businesses in the north-east will get only 1% of a £25million European funding pot after local authorities did not apply to get the cash.
With decommissioning edging its way to the forefront of North Sea industry minds, yards are already vying for a slice of a pie thought to be worth £50 billion over 30 years.
A major road in Aberdeen has been partially blocked following a crash between an articulated lorry and a car.
Scores of people have called for the chief executive of the Offshore Contractors Association to be sacked.
Thousands of pounds are up for grabs once again, with the return of the coveted CommunitEE Chest.
Disruption is expected until the end of the day on rail services between two North-east stations because of a defective track.
Exclusive new aerial images show progress on the £745 million Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR).
A fresh push on decommissioning to reinvigorate the North-east economy is needed from the Scottish Government, according to Scottish Green co-convener Maggie Chapman.
A sex offender has admitted breaching his notification requirements - by failing to tell police about a nickname he used on a dating site.
Police investigating the murder of North-east mechanic Brian McKandie say they have identified 250 of his customers.