A north-east film director is hoping to shoot a big budget Hollywood movie in Aberdeen and has already been scouting locations.
Reflecting on my year in this post has been difficult to do. On the one hand, we have witnessed great success in many areas of policing in our city, however, this is hard to celebrate when communities have been faced with such difficult situations arising from Covid-19.
North-east Conservative MPs silent over why they voted against giving free school meals to poor children
Two north-east Conservative MPs who voted against plans to extend free school meals to poor families over the winter today declined to comment when asked to explain their reasons.
An Aberdeen gambler is suing a betting firm for more than £3 million claiming his wagers were illegal because he placed them from his Spanish holiday home.
EXCLUSIVE: Sister of train driver killed in Stonehaven tragedy demands apology from ‘disrespectful’ minister
Salina McCullough said the Government minister’s tone was “childlike and utterly disrespectful” after he described the crash site as being “like a Hornby train set thrown up in the air”.
ITV's new drama starring David Tennant tells the tale of Fraserburgh-born serial killer Dennis Nilsen.
An Aberdeen school has been closed to pupils after a positive case of coronavirus was detected.
A major travel operator has axed all its summer flights from Aberdeen, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Special Constables have worked more than 4,000 hours so far supporting Police Scotland’s response to the coronavirus pandemic in the north-east.
One more person has died in Scotland due to coronavirus, with four new cases confirmed in the north-east.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today hailed Stewart Milne’s legacy for future generations as the club chairman announced he was stepping down after 22 years at the helm.
A north-east MSP has hailed the impact of nursing teams working to support people with terminal illnesses.
A man is to stand trial charged with the murder of an Aberdeen woman.
A 40-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the death of a woman at an Aberdeen tower block, police said.
A street artist has been forced to censor his own work after complaints from a north-east housing association.
Hamish Paterson preyed on the victim at a house in Aberdeen after she had been drinking and had fallen asleep.
The vehicle, which was travelling north on the A90 at Drumlithie, was stopped after concerns were raised about the manner of driving shortly after 11pm on Tuesday by armed response vehicle officers.
A record number of walkers have taken part in the annual Aberdeen Kiltwalk for charity.
Properties in several parts of the north-east are currently without power.
A north-east director who is about to embark on a nostalgia-filled journey back to his roots hopes he’ll inspire the next generation to achieve their dreams.
Offshore union RMT today repeated its call for a full public inquiry into the tragedy.
The Doric accents will be subtitled for American audiences.
Ronan Curtis, 19, struck just a month after he was freed by a sheriff.
A man has appeared in court today accused of dangerous driving in a crash that killed three people.
Motorists in the north-east are facing delays on a major route into Aberdeen tonight.
A collective of “art pranksters” who featured in an Oscar-nominated film by Banksy is coming to Aberdeen.
The family of a popular Aberdeen dance teacher who passed away after battling breast cancer have paid tribute to her, saying she was “beautiful inside and out”.
Interim Scottish Tory leader on Ross Thomson ‘sexual touching’ claims: ‘His behaviour is completely unacceptable’
The interim leader of the Scottish Conservatives today called Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson’s alleged behaviour “completely unacceptable”.
Tories investigating claim Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson was spoken to by police over ‘sexual touching’ in bar
The Scottish Conservatives today said they are "looking into" claims that Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson was quizzed by police over allegations of "sexual touching" at a Westminster bar.
A team of nine employees from Simmons Energy were tasked with turning £500 into £5,000 in six months in aid of Children 1st.