New figures from Scottish Enterprise (SE) show spending on oil and gas innovation in Scotland nearly trebled last year.
An appeal for crocheted octopuses to soothe newborn babies in Aberdeen is growing arms and legs.
The Aberdeen octopus appeal for premature babies has attracted 500 new members in two days, following an article in the Evening Express.
Aberdeen has launched Scotland’s first appeal for crocheted octopuses to soothe premature babies.
Nearly 1,000 grants for retraining after redundancy have been given to former oil workers in the North-east - including for chimney sweep training.
Extra funding for North-east universities to address the teacher crisis will be considered, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has told the Evening Express.
Prime Minister Theresa May is acting like Margaret Thatcher by blocking negotiations on a second Scottish independence referendum, Nicola Sturgeon has told the Evening Express.
The UK's first nurses trained to speak to people with hearing difficulties could start work in the North-east if enough funds are raised.
North-east businesses gave a guarded response to the news that First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will seek a second independence referendum ahead of Brexit.
Higher taxes will revitalise the Aberdeen economy, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has told the Evening Express.
Coverage of new Scottish laws to prevent rape and abuse has been praised by Banff and Buchan MP Eilidh Whiteford.
Aberdeen's oil and gas industry dominated First Minister's Questions at Holyrood, as the possibility of a second independence referendum draws closer.
The possibility of mobile banks replacing closed North-east branches has been ruled out by Clydesdale Bank.
An ambitious farmer is upping the steaks in her bid to rival world-renowned beef - such as Aberdeen Angus and Kobe - through her herd of Highland cows.
The Chancellor's National Insurance hike is a kick in the teeth for oil and gas contractors, according to Aberdeen South MP Callum McCaig.
A review of oil and gas taxation was to be announced by Chancellor Philip Hammond in his first budget today.
There is a brighter year ahead for oil and gas workers, according to Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse.
The possibility of cutting taxes for Aberdeen airport at a different rate to the Central Belt should be considered, according to a North-east MSP.
NHS Grampian's waiting times are the joint second-worst in Scotland, with nearly one-in-four patients failing to be seen within the 18-week target time.
More than 60 Syrian refugees have made their home in Aberdeen since a UK resettlement scheme for the most vulnerable was launched.
Final plans to tackle the North-east's worst bottleneck can today be revealed.
A fried chicken franchise has been "named and shamed" for underpaying its staff.
Switching to education was a fulfilling career move, two North-east teachers today told the Evening Express.
Scottish Natural Heritage has had its proposal to create a new viewing area at Knockie Viewpoint in Glen Tanar approved by Aberdeenshire Council.
The author of a report into the death of Bailey Gwynne has told of his disappointment at the Scottish Government for not legislating to let teachers search pupils.
Nearly £9 million will be given to North-east school head teachers to help close the attainment gap.
Bailey Gwynne Report: ‘Crucial we learn from what happened so we can protect both staff and school pupils’
Extra teacher training is needed in the wake of the death of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne, according to a North-east MSP.
A recommendation to change the law to allow pupils to be searched in school will not be taken forward.
Contested plans to build a pylon line across the North-east countryside have been mothballed.
Aberdeen City Council and the Scottish Government are working together to find a solution to the business rates row.