NHS Grampian has been ordered to provide further training and supervision, after a health visitor failed to spot a baby had abnormal fluid on the brain.
A deputy head teacher gave Aberdeenshire pupils lewd nicknames during a speech.
Plans to spend more than half a million fitting out a unit at Marischal Square have been submitted to the city council.
Plans to improve literacy in Aberdeen are under way, after secondary pupils in the area ranked among the worst in the country for achieving the expected level of reading, writing, listening and talking.
Women's Aid will mark 40 years of support for victims of domestic abuse and violence with a special event in Aberdeen.
A North-east mum and daughter who were in the foyer of the Manchester Arena when the suicide bomber attacked today described a scene of terror and panic as youngsters and families fled.
Armed police will be on patrol in Scotland in the wake of the Manchester suicide bombing.
The emergency department at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has been named "team of the year" at a national event.
The NHS Grampian departments with the longest average patient waiting times have been revealed.
A man is receiving treatment from an ambulance crew following a house fire in Kingswells.
Two GP practices caught up in a global cyber attack were open as normal today.
Emergency crews are tackling a blaze at a house near Portlethen, in Aberdeenshire.
Police are urging members of the public to check footage from dashboard cameras as they continue the search for missing taxi driver Robert Stevenson.
The man who turned a humble pineapple at an Aberdeen university’s art exhibition into a piece of Modern Art has been revealed today.
A push to get students from deprived backgrounds on the path to a career as a doctor has been launched in the North-east, the Evening Express can reveal.
Controversial plans for a policy to limit the number of houses of multiple occupancy (HMO) in three areas of Aberdeen are now out for public consultation.
The North-east schools receiving the most money to reduce the attainment gap have been revealed.
Aberdeen secondary pupils are among the worst in the country when it comes to achieving the expected level of reading, writing, listening and talking.
A polling station had to be set up in a car in a North-east community - after voting officials found themselves locked out of their usual building.
The number of planned operations cancelled at NHS Grampian has reduced by more than a quarter compared to last year.
A £1 million pound pilot scheme to reduce the risk of breast cancer is being rolled out in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen residents forced to climb over a wall to get out their homes after police fail to fix door broken in raid
Residents were forced to scale a wall to leave their building after police officers damaged their front door during a raid -and then failed to fix it.
Aberdeen has the third highest proportion of people unable to work due to alcohol issues in the UK.
NHS Grampian is backing a new walking initiative in a bid to boost fitness across the region.
An NHS kitchen boss who has overseen 156 million hospital meals and fed royalty is hanging up his whites after a five decade career.
GPS are missing opportunities to help diagnose cancer earlier in nearly 20% of North-east patients.
The number of people diagnosed with cancer in NHS Grampian has increased over the past 20 years.
NHS Grampian has just 2.7 full-time equivalent multiple sclerosis nurses for more than 2,000 patients in the region.
An Aberdeen bridge has been closed as fire crews tackle a car blaze.
A woman who has self-harmed for 12 years says she feels let down by mental health services in the region and fears "the next time will be the last".