Every local authority area in Scotland has been assigned a level which will set the Covid-19 restrictions in place for businesses and residents in that area.
A prosecution service worker who stole hundreds of thousands of pounds of cash and drugs from an evidence store has been jailed for more than three years.
A weather warning has been issued for the north of Scotland.
Debenhams collapse: 12,000 jobs at risk after last-ditch talks fail, but stores will remain open for now
Debenhams stores will remain open for now despite administrators saying they have "regretfully" started its liquidation process.
Police in Aberdeen are appealing for help in a bid to solve a vandal attack in Aberdeen city centre.
A new baby Jesus has arrived in Aberdeen to take pride of place in this year's festive nativity display.
A man has been assaulted by a gang of men while walking his dog in a north-east town.
A £200 million North Sea project that environmental activists repeatedly tried to thwart has delivered first oil.
The deaths of 288 people in the north-east have now been linked to coronavirus, according to the latest figures.
A north-east supermarket has reopened this afternoon following a precautionary deep-clean.
A body has been found by officers searching for a missing north-east woman.
One section of the multi-million-pound flood prevention works in Stonehaven could be delayed until 2023, according to Aberdeenshire Council.
A north-east secondary school will be closed to all pupils tomorrow.
Officers in Aberdeen have traced a vulnerable man reported missing. Ian Webster was last seen at around 2.45pm yesterday in the Westburn Road area of the city. The 57-year-old is 6ft tall, of slim build with short white hair and a white beard. Police confirmed Mr Webster has now been traced.
Three Dons players have been told to self-isolate after one of them tested positive for Covid-19 after returning from Scotland Under-21s duty.
A man is due in court after a robbery and attempted robbery in a north-east town.
This week’s Aberdonian takes a look at how the Denburn has changed over the decades. Some of our readers will have no memory of the area before the dual carriageway was created to help traffic passing through the city. These images from the 1950s, 60s and 70s, show the area as it used to be.
A man has been charged after a crash in Aberdeen.
Two men have been charged after £180,000 of a class A drugs was seized in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen's Christmas tree has been switched on in a subdued ceremony.
Motorists in the north-east are facing a 38-mile diversion while resurfacing and drainage works are carried out near Alford.
This is the gallery for all the First Class images featured in the Evening Express on Friday November 20.
Our photographers have been out and about taking pictures of new primary one classes.
A North Sea trade union boss has warned the oil industry is “teetering on the brink” due to a lack of activity and investment in the basin.
This week’s Aberdonian takes a look at sheep through the years. We’ve featured escaped sheep, a runaway lamb and prize-winning ewes in this gallery, which includes pictures from as far back as 1949.
A north-east primary school will remain partially closed tomorrow due to a lack of staff.
Three classes at a north-east primary school have been told to close after two Covid-19 cases were confirmed.
Bank branches in Aberdeen, Huntly and Turriff are facing closure under revised Lloyds Banking Group plans to shut 56 sites across the UK.
Deaths of 282 people in north-east linked to Covid-19 as number of deaths linked to virus in Scotland hits 5,135
The deaths of 282 people in the north-east have now been linked to coronavirus, according to the latest figures.
Bosses at a popular north-east hotel have confirmed they are in talks with a potential buyer.