An innovative way to support students with skills and career development will be piloted at an Aberdeen university.
Residents spoke of their shock after the death of the 55-year-old man, who was discovered on Claremont Street and died at the scene.
Around 1,900 lightning strikes in 35 minutes were recorded around the north-east during a spell of stormy weather.
A loyal Dons fan is hoping to hit the back of the net for a second time when she takes part in a 10k race.
Vital funding has helped a north-east youth football team buy life-saving equipment to help one of its star players.
An Aberdeen social care charity is calling on people to lace up their hiking boots as part of a bid to raise vital funds.
Aberdeen pupils have landed a deal with a major supermarket to tackle food poverty.
Historic documents which shine a light on Aberdeen's harbour have been uncovered in its basement.
Sharon Usher or Gillan, 58, also took a 77-year-old man’s card at Havencourt Nursing Home in Stonehaven.
Hundreds of schoolchildren have won awards at a special ceremony to celebrate their achievements.
More than 500 people are expected to take part in an annual 24-hour litter-pick challenge this year.
An exotic bird on the loose around a north-east neighbourhood has been reunited with its owners.
Hopeful parents and toddlers turned out at a city shopping centre to be in with a chance of winning the Evening Express Little Leopards competition.
A national trust has lodged plans to make a historic north-east castle “safer” and more accessible.
More than 300 children from across the city turned out to play on the longest day of the year.
A sea of orange took over Aberdeen in an effort to raise vital funds for charity.
A motorcyclist crashed on a busy Aberdeen road. Police were called to attend the crash just after 5pm this afternoon on Girdleness Road in Aberdeen. A spokesman said: “The call came in to us at 5.24pm and one vehicle was involved. “A woman slid off the bike, but there were no injuries.”
Two fire engines were dispatched to tackle a van fire in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen road has reopened following a two-vehicle crash.
A memorial garden built for families affected by the crematorium baby ashes scandal has been unveiled.
An Aberdeen school for the deaf has received praise from inspectors.
A unique carved bench has been unveiled in honour of a much-loved vet who dedicated his life to working with animals.
Bosses at Aberdeen International Airport have tabled a new pay offer in a bid to end ongoing strike action.
Firefighters have been praised for their work to reduce the number of accidental fires within homes across Aberdeen.
A spokesman for the home confirmed the final residents have “departed” and the home is “officially closed”.
Confusion surrounds access to a historic Aberdeen school building – more than a month after it was engulfed by flames.
The number of fires taking hold in north-east homes has fallen – for the fifth year in a row.
Aberdeen students will be exhibiting innovative ideas at their end-of-year show.
A man has been checked over by paramedics after he was found injured on an Aberdeen street.
An Aberdeen social care charity has announced it will host an exclusive ball at a royal estate in honour of its milestone anniversary.