A BIKER has died following a serious crash between a car and a motorbike.
SUSPECTED prank call which resulted in a full land, sea and air search is now being investigated by police.
A DISGRUNTLED supermarket customer is warning other shoppers not to fall for "unwarranted" fines handed out by private car park management firms.
A WOMAN has spoken of her horror after finding a tortured seagull covered in blood, partially buried and left for dead.
DIFFERENCES have been put aside as city councillors unanimously backed multi-million pound plans to make Aberdeen a "global city".
MEMBERS of the public have voiced their support for multi-million plans to build a new maternity hospital and cancer centre in the North-east.
THIS month marks three years since Anna and Jonathan Cordiner lost their two-year-old daughter Kayleigh to a rare brain tumour.
AS THE Scottish Police mark 100 years of women in the service, the Evening Express spoke to female officers in Aberdeen about life in the force over the decades and the changes they have witnessed.
ELTON John's Aberdeen concert is set to be especially poignant for one couple, who will mark a special milestone at the event.
WORK is under way to construct the first outdoor arena at the AECC for thousands of Elton John fans ahead of Saturday's concert.
OFFICERS in the West End of Aberdeen are the latest to embrace police pedal power.
A NORTH-EAST care home has announced it will be closing after a series of poor inspection reports and financial uncertainty.
TWO drivers engaged in a chase through Aberdeen streets after a hit and run.
A NORTH-EAST mum today told of the heartbreaking decision to turn off her two-day-old daughter's life support machine.
WITH saloons, sing-alongs and sass-a-plenty from the lead sharpshooter, Calamity Jane takes the classic film to stage, effortlessly, lassoing the audience right from the start.
A TEENAGER today spoke of being put into care, dropping out of school and stealing for a fix after becoming addicted to legal highs.
THE opening of the Third Don Crossing has been delayed by another four weeks, the developer has said.
A SECONDARY school teacher is accused of pushing a child up against a wall and calling him a “dwarf”.
A FORMER offshore worker has taken his fight with cancer to the boxing ring - raising more than £150,000 for charity in the process.
OFFSHORE workers are having to tackle smoke, intense heat, flames and blackouts at a new state-of-the-art safety training rig in Aberdeen
A NORTH-EAST actress has spoken of her sadness at leaving her role in Atlantis as the big-budget TV series comes to an end this weekend.