The statistics showed RingGo had been used in Aberdeen's car parks more than 170,000 times during the year and almost 59,000 times in the Chapel Street car park alone.
Disabled people are having to wait nearly three years for a council house in Aberdeen.
Events like this come in for some criticism, mostly because it’s only one night a year that we don our waterproofs and brave the chill, but for me – and I assume 1,800 others – it adds some perspective. Our reporter Craig Paton endured bone-chilling temperatures in Duthie Park but says the experience was more than worth it
A north-east bridge has finally reopened three years after suffering storm damage.
Around 1,800 people braved plunging temperatures in Aberdeen to raise money for the homeless.
An Aberdeen road faces closure early in the new year.
A north-east bike trail has lodged plans to spend almost £40,000 to build jumps for riders.
An architecture student has won a garden design competition - and her work will soon spring to life in Aberdeen.
A charity boss has spoken of his hopes that more than £4 million can be raised to help support people sleeping rough.
Local authorities in the north-east have paid out £3.4 million to curb the impact of social security reform – new figures reveal.
Two Aberdeen city centre streets are set to close to allow work on 'superfast' internet to take place.
A music star has recognised a group of north-east teachers and pupils who performed a flash mob to his song.
Crews have been called to a blaze on a bus on a north-east road.
Two people have appeared in court charged in connection with a north-east drugs seizure worth almost £40,000.
Aberdeen's council leaders are gearing up to take part in a charity sleepout.
A man has been charged after a crash on an Aberdeen road.
A man has been charged after screws and tacks were left on a north-east road.
The company behind the Evening Express is backing an Aberdeen charity event that hopes to eradicate homelessness.
The principal of an Aberdeen university has said he hopes the Scottish Government will lift a cap on Scottish students.
An airline has scrapped direct flights to London in another blow to Aberdeen’s connections to the city.
Aberdeen FC and housebuilder Stewart Milne Homes have pledged their support to a homelessness charity fundraising event.
Permission has been granted for changes to plans for a north-east castle.
NHS Grampian has been issued with guidance following a data breach.
A budding author has penned a children’s book inspired by a young seal who wandered into her north-east home.
Evening Express readers will have the chance to win £150 of hotel vouchers – and have a natter with one of our columnists.
Traders have praised a business group for offering free access to a Christmas market.
A probe has been launched after inmates at a north-east superjail were caught posting on social media – just months after a similar incident at the prison.
A Dons display group has thanked the volunteers that made the spectacle possible.
A north-east energy training company is hoping to raise up to £6,000 to help defeat homelessness.
More than 1,800 people have signed up to sleep outside and raise money to help eradicate homelessness.