An Aberdeen man made redundant from the oil industry has turned his passion for painting into a new career.
The C-listed building dates back to the early 1800s and it sits between two taller buildings which are occupied by Lakeland and Café Nero.
Plans have been lodged for new security measures to protect a B-listed Aberdeen building from vandals.
Plans to build nearly a dozen new homes in a north-east town have been approved.
An annual Aberdeen music festival will take place online this year due to the coronavirus crisis
The fireworks night and switch-on events normally attract thousands of people to the city, but due to the current restrictions on public gatherings and the uncertainty on when they will be lifted the council has taken the decision to revise these winter events.
Youngsters have been trying to educate adults about their hopes and dreams for the future thanks to a competition run by an Aberdeen energy firm.
A north-east council spent more than £42 million dealing with Covid-19 during the nationwide lockdown.
North-east councillors will continue to meet virtually into 2021 if they approve recommendations in a report.
The search is on for singers who can lend their voices to a new charity single project being led by Aberdeen University.
People expect to continue to keep up their walking and cycling, according to a poll by a north-east transport body.
A motorbike enthusiast is the new owner of a custom bike after winning a north-east drugs support charity raffle.
The full list of candidates standing in a north-east by-election has now been confirmed.
Nominees for sport and wellbeing category in the Aberdeen’s Champion Awards have spoken of their joy at being named as finalists.
The skies above the north-east have been transformed into an emotive lightshow to mark the 80th anniversary of Battle of Britain Day.
Police are searching for a motorist who crashed into a wall in a north-east town before driving off.
North-east health bosses have urged people to download the new smartphone app designed to help the fight against Covid-19.
Aberdeen University has backed a statement from higher education bosses highlighting public health as a top priority for students.
The nominees in the charity category of the Evening Express champion awards have said they are “proud, thrilled and overwhelmed” to be nominated.
A north-east care service's work with people with learning disabilities has been praised by a watchdog.
Tales of vampires, kelpies and legendary strongmen are part of a new tourist marketing campaign to attract visitors to the north-east.
The firm behind rejected plans to demolish a north-east health centre and replace it with a drive-thru coffee shop has lodged an appeal.
The winners of the Evening Express Paw Prints Competition can today be revealed.
Plans to demolish a north-east hotel and build five new houses on the site have been approved by council bosses.
A charity working with blind and deaf people across the north-east has helped dozens find work and education over the last year.
A north-east twinning group has been sowing the seeds of friendship with a transatlantic donation.
A north-east childminder has been praised by a watchdog following an inspection earlier this year.
A north-east further education college is offering a range of courses to help people get to grips with technology.
Plans have been lodged to convert a north-east shop into part of a home.
An Aberdeen woman caught drink-driving twice in a matter of weeks has avoided jail.