A major north-east builder has seen its profits plummet as it suffered the knock-on impact of a severe economic downturn in the north-east.
Pupils and staff at a city primary school have completed a 30-hour baton run to raise thousands of pounds for charity.
A council could join forces with NHS Grampian in an effort to resurrect a bus service.
These are the first images showing how a North-east primary school is progressing.
Vape shops in Aberdeen have backed a ban on selling the electronic cigarettes to under-18s, starting today.
With just a week to go until the nominations deadline for the Evening Express Home Delivery Awards, entries keep rolling in for readers' favourite delivery boys and girls.
Projects tackling poverty and deprivation in Aberdeen have been given an almost £1.5 million boost.
The number of youngsters on the Child Protection Register in Aberdeen is at a five-year high.
A woman who got behind the wheel while more than six times the drink limit was stopped from driving by a member of the public who saw her swerving around the road.
The finalists have been announced for this year's Trades Awards.
Almost 4,000 Easter eggs have been donated to an appeal that will help cheer up children at a community centre.
Concerns have been raised that a North-east community may have just 20 minutes of daily access to a mobile bank once the local branch closes.
A university film society has announced the winners of its first ever film festival.
Antisocial and violent crimes in an Aberdeen community have fallen - including alcohol-related offences.
A man has denied a charge of committing a public indecency offence on a street in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen's nightclub owners have said more action is needed to prevent businesses closing.
A motorist has been fined £800 after admitting driving carelessly and causing a cyclist to fall from his bike.
The design and layout of a new Aberdeenshire Community Campus has moved a step closer to being approved.
The clocks are set to change at 1am on Sunday (26 March) to mark the start of British Summer Time.
A 21-year-old man airlifted to hospital after a North-east crash remains in a serious condition.
The owners of a North-east nursery have announced it is to close, blaming the increase in business rates.
The Scottish Government has rejected an appeal to overturn a decision to turn down plans to build a supermarket, school and 250 homes in the North-east.
Council chiefs are having to spend more than £70,000 to upgrade pay and display machines for the new £1 coin.
A host of superheroes and villains are set to descend on Aberdeen again as Granite City Comic Con returns for another year.
Aberdeen has raised more money than any other city across the UK for a nationwide charitable boxing event.
Six new CCTV cameras have been installed in an Aberdeen community.
Aberdeen City Council and environment watchdog SEPA should step up efforts to tackle an odour problem in a city community, according to the man investigating it.
A North-east man who committed breach of the peace by asking women to place him on their backs has had his sentence deferred for good behaviour.
A thug has been ordered to write an essay outlining why he shouldn't be locked up - after he admitted kicking a disabled man in the head leaving him unconscious.
Funding of almost £25 million could be jeopardised if a school construction is delayed.