A £1 million base for maintenance of the Aberdeen bypass has been given the green light.
The boss of a “lifeline” support service for north-east veterans is pleading for continued funding.
Plans to convert an Aberdeen city centre business into a flat have been given the green light.
North-east residents are being encouraged to take part in charity walks this weekend.
Plans for a taxi rank at the new P&J Live arena have been approved by councillors.
Staff at Kittybrewster School hope to raise cash to open up a sports clothes store for children.
A charity has joined forces with a north-east golf course.
North-east tradespeople have been recognised for their talents at a glittering ceremony.
A pension pot for more than 50 north-east companies has boosted its profits by nearly £350 million in the past year.
A north-east road is set to be closed for two weeks to allow for water connection works.
A taxi giant has delayed plans to roll out its service in Aberdeen.
Health bosses have approved a plan for services in the next year.
One lane of a busy Aberdeen road was blocked following a two-car crash.
An NHS Grampian boss has said the board is “at the mercy” of people setting staffing costs after it emerged £16 million was spent on locum doctors over the past year.
A city university has jumped 17 places in a recent league table.
A north-east college has lodged plans to build new “welfare facilities”.
Health board chiefs endorsed a £314 million spend on its estate.
An Aberdeen D-Day veteran has spoken of the sorrow and camaraderie he felt on his visit to the commemorations in France.
The Evening Express was the first media outlet to bring the news of the D-Day landings to the people of Aberdeen.
As the doors to the landing craft opened on to Sword Beach at Normandy, the fresh-faced 18-year-old “country boy” Private James Glennie stepped out.
D-Day 75th anniversary: Aberdeen soldier’s quick thinking helped ensure general’s car got on to beach
A resourceful Aberdeen driver was tasked with safely getting a military chief on to the Normandy beaches on D-Day, and used sticky tape to help his cause.
Built using money raised by the sale of war bonds in the Granite City, HMS Scylla was known as Aberdeen’s warship and served on Arctic convoy duty as well as playing a vital D-Day role
During the invasion of Normandy, not all the Allied Forces were heading for the French coast.
Patients in the north-east waiting for elective surgeries could be offered space at an island hospital to speed up the process.
Projects include the Baird Hospital, above, replacing the Denburn Medical Centre and opening a new facility in Northfield for patients in the north of the city.
An inspirational Aberdeen teenager hopes to use her own experience of an eating disorder to promote physical activity.
An Aberdeen-born woman was privy to the secrets of the invasion through her work for a military boss.
A secret operation was launched in the lead-up to the invasion to care for potential war casualties.
In the first of a three-part series to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day, we look back at the men and women of the north-east who took part in the momentous military invasion
More mental health patients are being seen in the north-east within the target date than the Scottish average, new figures show.