Aberdeen fans travelling to Kilmarnock will hold a minute's applause for Kieran Innes this afternoon.
A total of 25 applications have been receive for the position of depute chief executive at Aberdeen City Council.
A major upgrade to a North-east harbour has taken a big step forward after port bosses announced a contract of more than £30 million for the project.
Comedian Sean Lock has appeared in a host of high-profile game shows, including 8 out of 10 Cats.
The Dons have been linked with a move for former Blackpool and Crystal Palace midfielder Elliot Grandin.
Lee Clark is looking for Kilmarnock to put the harsh lessons learned from their punishing defeat by Celtic into practice against Aberdeen.
Ash Taylor believes the Dons' flexibility could be one of the keys to their season.
Pittodrie gaffer Derek McInnes today insisted recent late winners prove the mental strength of his never-say-die Dons squad.
The management team behind Scottish boxer Mike Towell, who died on Friday following a televised bout, has said it was not aware of any headache complaints by the fighter before the match.
The first year of a scheme to let people find out if their partner has a history of domestic abuse has seen police receive more than 1,000 requests for information.
Three more teenagers have been arrested over the attempted murder of a man in Paisley.
A man and woman have appeared in court charged with murder after their baby was found unresponsive on a London bus.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went salmon fishing in Canadian waters threatened by a controversial liquid natural gas project - but did not get a bite.
One of Northern Ireland's most controversial parades has passed off peacefully.
Soldiers falsely accused of war crimes and other wrongdoing in foreign conflicts should get financial compensation once cleared, a former head of the British Army has said.
Hundreds of Albanian activists have held a protest in Tirana, the national capital, against a law allowing the import of rubbish from foreign countries for recycling.
As America's two presidential hopefuls sermonise passionately about equality in their bids for the White House, Free State Of Jones provides a stark reminder of the bloody repercussions when citizens are denied their rights.
Eccentrics and oddballs have always been grist to the creative mill of writer-director Tim Burton.
On April 20, 2010, an explosion on the oil drilling rig Deepwater Horizon, located in the Gulf of Mexico, resulted in the deaths of 11 platform workers.
It's not every day a job interview involves a visit from one of the UK’s greatest rock stars.
Aberdeen City Council has been shortlisted for three top national awards.
School pupils have taken centre stage in a series of road safety films.
Residents are being given their say on a controversial plans for a housing scheme in their community.
Crews were called to a block of flats in Sheddocksley following reports of a fire.
A motorcyclist who died in a crash in on a North-east road has been named.
Proposals to build a controversial incinerator have been supported by council planners, the Evening Express can reveal today.
A 23-year-old man has been charged with breach of the peace after allegedly running on the pitch at the end of the Aberdeen versus Rangers match.
A shop worker who embezzled more than £1,400 from her employers has been given time to pay the money back.
As a fresh-faced police recruit, Inspector David Chambers had no idea what to expect when he was sent to help out during an offshore emergency.
A pensioner has urged people to be vigilant after being targeted by fraudsters who claimed they had kidnapped his dead wife.
A woman who lost her brother to diabetes is organising a flagship fundraiser for the condition in the North-east.
The North-east received its second Royal visit of the week as Prince Charles came to Braemar to bring a Victorian hydroelectric plant back to life.
A father who is losing his job due to the oil downturn is bouncing back by opening his own record shop and cafe.
Councillors have approved plans for a £80 million development supported by golf legend Jack Nicklaus for a second time.
Money and antique coins were stolen after two North-east homes were broken into.
A man and woman have been seriously injured after being attacked by their dog in an Aberdeen street.
Top comedian John Bishop today announced he is to play two dates in Aberdeen next year.
A man due to appear in court in connection to a series of alleged break-ins and attempted break-ins in a North-east town has been released from custody.