Banchory’s Commonwealth Games marathon bronze medallist Robbie Simpson hopes to be back racing before too long – he’s just not too sure where it might be.
I can't get over the speed with which the council has reacted to getting £1.76 million from the government.
Cheers! After our long Lockdown, the Neest’s bars and cafes were allowed to start serving us – strictly al fresco and 2m apart – on Monday.
Watching the English Premier League, I’m not a fan of the drinks breaks midway through each half.
It comes as absolutely no surprise to me that Brazil’s prime minister Jair Bolsonaro has been confirmed as having coronavirus.
Mannofield, the scene of many a rousing cricket game over the past 166 years, is set to become the biggest beer garden in the north-east, according to the Aberdeenshire president.
Scotland hill running international Hamish Battle has been building his endurance base by working as a tattie roguer on a local farm.
It's still the talk of the town. Or should that be the walk of the town?
As per their legal requirement, Aberdeenshire Council have just reviewed the taxi fares and increased them by circa 3%.
When former Crathie player John Hitchen read of the death of cricket great Sir Everton Weekes, he immediately recalled the connection to his father, Cedric.
We are concerned about the trees and habitat on the Meldrum House Estate.
I read, hear and see reports of an economic Armageddon we are now in as a result of the pandemic we are going through. Apparently it is the worst economic situation ever.
If Aberdeen can take care of Rangers on the first day of the season it would be a huge statement.
Aberdeen's Gemma Dryburgh has set her sights on a quick double after notching her biggest professional career win.
Many golfers were surprised by the news from Scottish Golf that opens were still off limits despite the lifting of the five-mile travel ban.
With regard to all the other contributors’ opinions on the “temporary” social distancing measures now in place, it is my belief that this WILL lead to the pedestrianisation of Union Street, which will then inhibit access by the infirm or disabled.
I read the piece by
Scott Begbie about the building of the north-east's answer to the Maginot line with interest because my uncle, Nigel Walker, was an army officer that supervised and organised the installation of the pill boxes and concrete cubic blocks from Angus to Fraserburgh along the coast.
Kenyan athlete Isaiah Kosgei is disappointed to hear that the Baxters Loch Ness marathon has been cancelled.
Ultra-distance race organiser Andrew Gordon hopes to complete an unexpected double later this year.
Steve Dolan believes there’s more to come from Jody Munro and his Deveronvale team.
Huntly manager Allan Hale has challenged his players to go the extra mile to raise funds for two local charities.
When I found out we would need to go into lockdown it was very strange. I am used to seeing my friends and family everyday and suddenly we had to just stay home.
Scotland Internationalist Chloe Arthur has joined rivals Aston Villa from Birmingham City during the summer transfer window.
It has been something that I have certainly heard being flirted with before, however the Premier League has confirmed its interest in taking over the running of the women’s top flight of football.
The NWSL Challenge Cup is up and running.
This pine sculpture of a woman in a blue dress with a garland of flowers in her hair is the figurehead from a ship named the Star of Tasmania.
I wrote to the Evening Express on how to open up Union Street.
Writing about the Covid-19 crisis,
regular correspondent Andrew Lamb states that “while there have been mistakes, that’s the problem of being part of the UK”.
Hi my name is Aisha Teghri and I am nine years old and I go to Tullos Primary School.