Aden Country Park, along with Aberdeen's Seaton and Duthie Parks have been nominated for the title of Best Park in the UK.
Aberdeen is getting ready to welcome delegates from an international energy partnership.
North-east parents are being encouraged to ensure their kids go back to school with a reusable water bottle.
An academic who travelled to Aberdeen after being forced to flee war-torn Syria features in a new exhibition.
A politician has praised the impact of international volunteers at a care home.
Plans to erect nearly 200 homes, shops and offices will be discussed next week.
Aberdeen Central MSP Kevin Stewart previously asked Aberdeen City Council to introduce ballot bins, which pose a question that can be answered by dropping a cigarette end into one of several boxes.
Councillors are expected to scrutinise plans next week for two major developments proposed to be built in Aberdeen.
A north-east MSP has written to the Transport Secretary calling on him to consider reopening a rail line in the region.
Planners have supported proposals to build 30 new homes in an Aberdeen community – despite concerns over capacity at nearby schools.
A rescue horse who was cared for by a north-east charity has been crowned rehomed horse of the year.
A new £6 million facility officially opening in Aberdeen later this month is one the community “deserves”, it was claimed today.
Only a week remains for north-east bikers to give their views on safety schemes in the region.
A busy city centre road is to be one-way for a day next month while crane works are carried out.
A first look was held today around a new £6 million community campus in Aberdeen.
An online consultation has been launched to find out the public’s views on possible designs for a new walking and cycling link.
The Prime Minister has been pressed for more information on proposals to create free ports in the north-east.
A popular light festival will return to Aberdeen in February, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Work has kicked off on building Aberdeen’s second Cruyff Court.
Almost 90% of people who attended accident and emergency at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI) were seen within four hours, new figures have shown.
Aberdeen City Council bosses have said there is “nothing further” they can do to prevent playpark swings being ripped apart by dogs.
Pupils from a north-east school have won a cash boost to help fight loneliness among the older generation.
Women interested in becoming involved in politics have been invited to attend a free event in the north-east.
Employers are being invited to promote vacancies at a popular Aberdeen jobs fair later this year.
Hundreds of community groups across Aberdeenshire have received funding from a supermarket chain.
The public are being encouraged to give their views as part of a mental health consultation which has newly launched in Aberdeen.
An MSP has backed plans to review the Scottish Breast Screening Programme.
A project led by north-east archaeologists has helped bring Alaskan schoolchildren face to face with their past.
The new nursery, near Cummings Park Community Centre will help the council meet Scottish Government’s targets to double the amount of free hours available for eligible two-year-olds and all four-year-olds from 600 to 1,140 hours by next year.
Plans have been lodged to build a new food and drink unit on the site of a vacant office previously used by the fire service.