Few could have predicted the sheer scale of the Covid-19 pandemic when the first cases of a new disease were located in China at the end of 2019.
Early predictions over the possible impact of Covid-19 on the north-east would have led to an almost complete shutdown of health services, NHS bosses have admitted.
Councillors could vote to freeze council tax in Aberdeen for the coming year at next week’s budget meeting.
A north-east MSP says “gold standard” council houses being built in Aberdeen should be replicated across the country.
A group of MSPs have called for the nine suspended Labour councillors in Aberdeen to be readmitted to the party.
The chief executive of Aberdeen Harbour Board is to leave the organisation.
Schools must be kept "safe and hygienic" if secondary pupils are to return as planned, an Aberdeen councillor has warned.
A new UK-wide fund could solve the north-east's "bridge crisis", according to a local parliamentary candidate.
An Aberdeen shop has stopped selling eggs to children following a spate of antisocial behaviour in the community.
Revellers were discovered hiding in bushes after late-night police raids.
A training bursary scheme has been continued, giving more people in the north-east the opportunity to become secondary teachers in key subjects.
The owners of the fire-hit Old Mill Inn hotel have admitted they had “no choice” but to have it demolished.
Women in the north-east are to benefit from a new scheme designed to create more opportunities in rural industries.
A total of 13 cases have been identified at Summerhill Home in the city.
Health chiefs in the north-east have created a special facility to make the Covid-19 vaccination process easier for people with learning disabilities.
An art project and walking trail celebrating one of Aberdeen’s most famous sons would attract visitors from all over the world, a local councillor has claimed.
A “major” residential development could be built on the site of an Aberdeen office building.
The number of people on Universal Credit in the north-east has risen again, new figures have revealed.
Council officials in Aberdeen have received hundreds of applications for financial support from businesses in the space of a month.
Business leaders in the north-east reacted with frustration to the news lockdown measures will remain in place until the end of April.
Aberdeen residents are being urged to sign up for a scheme designed to help them have a positive impact in their communities.
A north-east charity that supports people with cystic fibrosis has been awarded £1,000
Council chiefs have spent more than £750,000 on equipment to stop the spread of Covid-19 in Aberdeen’s schools, the Evening Express can reveal.
North-east education chiefs have set out revised arrangements for school meal payments after pupils began to return to the classroom.
An Aberdeen councillor has praised the “incredible service” offered by volunteers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Council chiefs have announced the completion of a £1 million extension at a north-east primary school.
North-east councils would be in line for millions of pounds’ worth of government compensation if they freeze council tax.
Residents living close to the route of a major north-east road development have warned the project will have a "significant" impact on their lives.
Residents living on the route of a planned major north-east road upgrade say the project will wreak havoc with wildlife in the area.
Travel websites are continuing to advertise hundreds of holiday rentals in the north-east – despite strict travel restrictions designed to curb the spread of Covid-19.