A group of anti-fracking campaigners held a protest at an Aberdeen haulage firm.
A local authority has decided on a method for clearing a landslip.
A new development of affordable homes in the North-east is now ready for residents to move in.
A North-east food and drink festival is hoping to strike a chord with an open call for buskers.
A popular North-east caravan park has fully reopened – two years after being devastated by heavy rainfall.
Evening Express readers were today celebrating after zooming off with a free tank of fuel.
Family-friendly raves are set to return to Aberdeen
Video game enthusiasts in Aberdeen will have the chance to step back in time with a day dedicated to vintage consoles.
An Aberdeen farm has been given funding for a new playpark.
Controversial plans for a £68 million housing development in Aberdeen may be in jeopardy – as a pair of badgers were spotted near the site.
Council officers have met families of deceased children to discuss work to be done to an Aberdeen cemetery.
Engineering students have pitted their skills against each other – by racing handmade soapbox cars.
A conference is due to be held to consider offshore safety issues – 30 years after the Piper Alpha disaster.
The manager of a street art festival has praised the “trust and goodwill” they’ve been shown.
Bus drivers want to “build bridges” with bosses after a deal was struck to end a bitter dispute, their union boss said today.
Extra carriages added to train to service between Aberdeen and Glasgow ahead of Scottish Cup semi-final
Rail chiefs have altered train services this weekend to help Dons fans get to a crunch cup game in Glasgow.
Aberdeen bus drivers have voted to accept a new contract offer from First Bus.
A North-east woman who was left struggling to walk due to arthritis, is planning to run the London Marathon.
A group of Aberdeen firefighters are set to go the extra mile for charity – by running the New York City Marathon.
A North-east cancer survivor is set to take to the skies this weekend to raise cash for charity.
Calls for a public hearing into a controversial development have been rejected by Aberdeen City Council.
Parents in the North-east today hailed a new Tourette’s Syndrome help network.
The firm confirmed it plans to drop more than a third of its staff, more than half of whom work in Aberdeen.
First Aberdeen makes ‘maximum’ offer to bus drivers in last-ditch bid to put brakes on strike action
Bosses at an Aberdeen bus firm have made an eleventh hour offer to striking drivers in an effort to avert indefinite action.
An eleventh hour offer has been made by Aberdeen bus bosses in an effort to halt indefinite strike action.
One little lamb has had people from the North-east flocking to an Aberdeen farm.
Police have urged the public to secure their possessions, after a spate of thefts and attempted thefts in Aberdeen.
Bosses at an Aberdeen bus firm say they are “extremely disappointed” that drivers have rejected a pay deal.
Construction work at a fire-hit railway station is drawing to a close and it’s hoped visitors will be able to return this summer.
A decision on the bus strike is due to be made today.