An 89-year-old North-east woman who died after a crash at the weekend has been described as a "much-loved mum, granny and great granny".
The Evening Express has been given an exclusive look inside a new noodle bar at the former home of Pizza Hut in Aberdeen city centre.
Police are hunting for thieves after they stole thousands of pounds worth of cables from a block of flats in Aberdeen.
It could take months before the cause of a blaze which destroyed a fishing trawler is established, investigators said.
Goal hero John Stewart today insisted going to Parkhead with no fear is the key to ending the long wait for a league win at Celtic.
Former Dons striker Simon Church has joined Dutch Eredivisie side Roda JC Kerkrade.
This historic footage, including commentary, shows the Aberdeen, Celtic Scottish Cup final in 1967.
Niall McGinn admits he has sights set on scoring more wonder strikes for the Dons.
A firefighter has been seriously injured after a wall collapsed on him while he was tackling a blaze.
Labour MPs rate Prime Minister Theresa May as a much more impressive Commons performer than their own leader Jeremy Corbyn, a new survey reveals.
Scottish Government figures which show it spends nearly 10% more than it raises in taxes are relatively vague and do not provide the definitive position for Scotland, according to Economy Secretary Keith Brown.
The burkini ban imposed in parts of France has been condemned by London Mayor Sadiq Khan during a visit to Paris.
Train passengers are facing fresh travel chaos after the RMT union announced that w orkers at Govia Thameslink Railway, including Southern, will strike on September 7 in protest at ticket office closures.
The Duke of Cambridge has offered a glimpse of the emotional impact of his work as an air ambulance pilot.
Kurdish rebels have opened fire at security forces protecting a convoy of vehicles carrying Turkey's main opposition party leader in the north-east, wounding three soldiers, Turkey's interior minister said.
The Orlando hospitals that treated dozens of people injured in the Pulse nightclub massacre are not charging survivors for medical expenses.
A self-absorbed, workaholic real estate mogul learns an overdue lesson in family priorities while trapped inside the body of his 11-year-old daughter's cat in Barry Sonnenfeld's mangy caper.
In 2013, Swedish filmmaker David F Sandberg released a terrifying short entitled Lights Out, which sent trickles of cold sweat down the spine.
Adapted from Arthur Ransome's beloved book, Swallows And Amazons is a charmingly old-fashioned tale of messing about on the river set in more innocent times before children became zombified slaves to their parents' tablets and smartphones.
Our pleasure is Ricky Gervais' self-inflicted pain in David Brent: Life On The Road, a toe-curling faux documentary comedy that catches up with the politically incorrect title character as he embarks on a quest for musical nirvana with his band, Foregone Conclusion.
An Aberdeen shopping centre had to be evacuated this morning after a fire alert.
Residents have asked councillors to reject plans for a proposed incinerator, branding the project "insane".
A preferred option has now been approved for a key junction in the creation of Aberdeen's Berryden Corridor.
Things are heating up as the quest to find Aberdeen's best curry house begins.
An Aberdeen man was arrested following reports of an alleged disturbance on a train heading to the city.
Former offshore workers are swapping black gold for blackboards – and carving out new careers in the classroom.
Police have been called after a group of horses are on the loose in Aberdeen.
Two women have been charged in connection with the theft of a statue from a North-east shop.
A motorcyclist is in hospital with serious injuries following a crash on a North-east road.
It's been more than 41 years since the St Clement’s Bridge, spanning the entrance to Aberdeen harbour’s Victoria Dock, was demolished.
The Chuckle Brothers are to appear at an Aberdeen nightclub.
A man has been charged after almost £35,000 worth of drugs were seized in a North-east town.
Ambulance delays for life-threatening emergencies jumped 150% in the last year in Aberdeen, new data shows.
An appeal has been launched after 230 ducks were stolen from a farm in the North-east.
A North-east road is closed this morning after a crash involving a motorbike and a car.
Prosafe confirmed it would substantially reduce its workforce as it targets $40million in annual cost savings.
The North-east's churches were blighted by bombing during World War 2.
A centenarian's secret to her longevity is her farming upbringing, a good night's sleep and great food.
A man who lost control of his car and crashed into a camper van on a North-east road leaving an elderly couple injured has been fined.
Plans to invest £4 million to extend a business park and create hundreds of jobs have been rejected.
Targets have been laid out in a new plan to stop deprivation in Aberdeen communities.
Plans to rebuild a village pub destroyed in a gas explosion have been approved.
A plan to develop residential land in the North-east could create up to 150 new homes.
An African king has accepted an invitation to become the royal patron of a North-east church.
Delays were expected today while engineers attempted to fix a suspected gas leak on one of Aberdeen's busiest commuter routes.