Hotels in Aberdeen had the worst occupancy rates in the UK during 2017, new figures show.
Demolition of a family home that helped drive a north-east soup empire has begun.
An HGV driver has celebrated losing more than 11 stone in a year by bagging as many Munros as possible.
An Aberdeen musician has been scarred for life after a dog jumped up and bit him in the face.
Runners from across the country are being encouraged to pull their trainers on and sign up for this summer’s Great Aberdeen Run.
Willie Miller: McInnes’ Aberdeen stamped their authority over Kilmarnock to put cup loss in the shade
Aberdeen have set themselves up to finish second again with their convincing win at Kilmarnock.
Great Britain mountain racing international Andy Douglas completed a Deeside double at the 21st anniversary Run Balmoral meeting which attracted more than 5,000 runners to the Royal estate on the Queen’s birthday weekend.
Dressed in a trendy black suit with flashes of red and sporting a new blonder hair style, Gary Barlow received a thunderous welcome to the Granite City.
The first Oor Wullie-themed chip shop is due to open in Aberdeen in June.
A boxer has said his plan for a new £8 million health and fitness village would be “perfect” for a North-east man left with brain injuries after a murder bid.
A North-east subsea firm has announced a North Sea first which could help save lives offshore.
A pothole-plagued Aberdeen street must be fixed “as soon as possible”, councillors have said, after recent bad weather exposed historical cobbles and cabling.
A shaken pensioner has warned others to be on their guard after having her handbag snatched from her trolley in an Aberdeen supermarket.
The Scottish Curry Awards served up a range of top accolades to North-east eateries.
A North-east mum and daughter definitely have luck on their side after each winning prizes in Evening Express competitions this week.
A group of former staff and guests have gathered to celebrate a hotel’s 75th anniversary.
Ellon took a massive step towards winning Caley 2 North last week when they crushed nearest challengers Moray 68-15 at the Meadows.
When John and Tracey Anderson drove to Fraserburgh to view a property 11 years ago, it was the last place they expected to find their ideal family home.
Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald has met Clydesdale Bank bosses to raise concerns over plans to close the branch on Greenfern Road, in June.
French energy giant Total has said its UK North Sea boss, Elisabeth Proust, is to retire after three years at the helm.
I reckon that few of us who’ve holidayed on Spain’s Costa del Sol would place Marbella in the category of resorts which are “a quiet haven of restraint away from the madness”.
North-east residents who believe rail services have gone off track will have the chance to question the managing director of ScotRail Alliance at a public meeting later this month.
Residents living next to the site where the new exhibition centre is being built returned home from work to find their route was blocked by a huge hole on the road.
Members of the jury in the trial of seven men accused of murdering a North-east dad will resume their deliberations tomorrow.
This year’s Aberdeen Student Show started off with a bang…bang.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran felt they were unfortunate to lose their unbeaten league run against Forres – but insisted the League Two play-offs are their priority.
A national child abuse investigation will turn its focus on events at a former Aberdeen children’s home from next week.
Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie hailed his players after they beat Brora Rangers to end a run of five defeats in a row.
A North-east community united to condemn proposals to close its hospital.
Paul Lawson was delighted to see Connor Gethins score a hat-trick as Formartine United beat Keith 5-1.