Upgrading rail lines could get passengers from Aberdeen to London an hour quicker than now, an MSP has said.
Dr Annie Kirk Robertson worked at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital and was asked by NHS Grampian to contact the General Medical Council (GMC) to get clarification over her role.
Positivity from staff at an Aberdeen out-of-school club leaves children feeling respected and nurtured, inspectors said.
The woman, who cannot be named, alerted police and Aberdeenshire Council after allegations emerged a boy had physically and sexually abused her two young daughters and up to 13 other children.
An operation to deter shoplifters in part of Aberdeen has been hailed a success.
An Aberdeen care home that offers respite care is warm, welcoming and homely, inspectors have said.
Schoolchildren in the north-east are being urged to report drug dealing as part of a new scheme.
During a debate on NHS facilities in the House of Commons Gordon MP Colin Clark praised Aberdeen University for its research into medical scanners.
Plans to turn a former north-east bank into a community hub have been given the go-ahead.
Two foster parents from Aberdeen are urging others to follow suit as part of a national campaign.
A Good Samaritan sparked a major rescue operation in a north-east community after hearing cries for help coming from caves.
The new routes makes it easier for people from across the region to reach Aberdeen airport
The 15-year-old hasn't been seen since around 11pm on Thursday.
Coastguard rescuers were called to a north-east bay after concerns were expressed for person's welfare.
A high court judge and prison service bosses have praised a brave guard who was hurt when she confronted a thug during a violent attack at the north-east’s super jail.
Relatives of residents at a north-east care home have praised staff for bringing laughter to the building.
A cold-hearted killer who tried to steal from her victim’s bank account within hours of murdering him has been jailed for life.
A rescuer swooped in from a helicopter to save an injured fisherman after an alert in the North Sea.
A north-east prisoner made a daring escape from custody after asking his guards if he could use the toilet, the Evening Express can reveal.
A north-east school has been evacuated and fire crews have called after staff and pupils reported a "strange smell".
The father of a missing man whose clothes were found on a north-east beach has made an emotional plea for his son to make one phone call.
More than 500 people skipped appointments at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary last week without bothering to cancel, new figures show.
A care service that helps people with learning disabilities in the north-east offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere, inspectors said.
The girl who helped, who asked not to be named, said: “I heard someone screaming for help so I ran there. I found the girl lying on the floor crying her eyes out and saying ‘I need to phone my dad’."
New figures released by Aberdeen City Council details which schools were damaged by vandals in December
Pictures have emerged online of a pile of rubbish dumped in Grandholm by the River Don – including two signs showing the bar’s name.
The woman was so cold her 'joints seized up' and her family were worried she might faint
Inspectors praised the nursery for allowing children to play in the garden and developing links with the local community by baking cakes and sharing them at coffee mornings with residents.
Motorists are being advised to drive carefully after a fuel spill on an Aberdeen road.
Three men have been jailed after a police crackdown on north-east drug dealing.