The Aberdeen Torcher parade – which has been organised by Aberdeen University Students’ Association (AUSA) for more than 120 years – is struggling to stay afloat, faced with a lack of interest, dwindling attendance and fewer donations.
Two Dons games in April have been moved to allow for live TV coverage.
Police have launched an appeal after a 20-year-old woman was assaulted in Aberdeen.
Newcastle completed the loan signing of Seydou Doumbia but looked set to be frustrated in their attempt to buy West Brom’s Saido Berahino on what has so far been a relatively quiet deadline day.
Manuel Pellegrini has said he will leave Manchester City at the end of the season.
A prosthetic leg, a life-sized Spiderman doll and “enough musical instruments to form a band” have been lost on London’s travel network.
Opening a new restaurant in Aberdeen specialising in burgers is a risk.
Total E&P UK has confirmed a new North Sea exploration bid.
Police are appealing for information after a caravan was destroyed in a fire.
Four sheep dogs have been stolen from a rural property in the North-east.
A special meeting of the Scottish cabinet is being held today with talks focused on the oil and gas industry.
One man, determined the make the most of the recent snow in America, has taken to the streets of New York on his snowboard.
An Aberdeen man who went missing on Saturday has been found. Martyn Gauld, 36, from the Cove area of Aberdeen, was last seen at around 11am on Saturday in the Earns Heugh Road area. However, Police Scotland confirmed this morning that Martyn has been traced in the city centre last night.
Cold, unvarnished truth rarely darkens the doorstep of modern politics.
During a lull in Tim Story's sequel, a two-dimensional character with a modicum of common sense asks Ice Cube's deadpan detective why he suffers a fool like Kevin Hart's accident-prone rookie.
A fool and his hard-earned money are soon parted and in 2008, many of us turned out to be unwitting fools when the mortgage crisis in America catalysed the collapse of financial institutions, resulting in an ice age of global austerity that has yet to thaw.
Inverurie Loco Works Football Club has a certain ring to it; rather like Lokomotiv Plovdiv or FC Naursky District.
A missing teenager has been found safe and well. Jay Main, 14, who is originally from Aberdeen, had last been seen in Paisley on January 9. However, Police Scotland had received reports of sightings in the Summerhill and Haudagain areas of Aberdeen earlier this week. Police Scotland this morning confirmed the teenager had been traced.
ABERDEEN once again cut the gap on Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership after recording a 1-0 victory over Dundee. Evening Express photographer Darrell Benns captured these images from tonight’s action at Pittodrie.
This incredible video shows the moment a man cheated death after he was flung from a truck like a ragdoll.
Scottish comedian Billy Connolly spoke about his Parkinson’s disease after accepting an accolade from his friend Dustin Hoffman at the National Television Awards.
A number of roads across the North-east remain closed today due to flooding and weather damage.
A 30-year-old adventurer has become the youngest Briton to complete a 730-mile trek across the Antarctic alone.
A primary school pupil has painstakingly recreated Foo Fighters' Learn to Fly video in Lego.
A husband and wife are planning an early retirement after scooping £33 million on the lottery, half of the UK’s biggest ever Lotto jackpot.
BP has today informed staff members of plans to slash its North Sea headcount by 20% amid “toughening market conditions”.
Danny Ward has taken to social media to thank Aberdeen's fans, players and staff at Pittodrie.
These incredible timelapse videos by Farson Digital Watercams show the massive changes in water levels in the North-east's rivers.
Many homes in Inverurie and Port Elphinstone remain underwater this morning after the River Dons burst its banks.
A BUSY North-east road has been re-opened today after a fallen tree blocked the road. The B977, Dyce to Fintray road between the A947 junction and Parkhill crossroads was closed for up to two hours to allow for a clean-up to take place. Aberdeenshire council workers are on the scene to remove the trees.