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Staff at an Aberdeen extreme sports charity have done their bit to help save lives as a team.
Creative members of the public are being given the opportunity to answer an exhibition’s open call.
The search is under way for singers to join a north-east choir.
An Aberdeen community gardening group has organised a second litter clean-up after the first one of the year was a runaway success.
A former Crufts judge will rate the abilities of canines at a new dog show in the north-east.
A group hopes to raise enough money to create a fully accessible disabled toilet on the grounds of a north-east country estate.
Nominations are being sought for a north-east community council.
Bad weather is threatening to blight the harvest in the north-east, according to a leading farming union.
Nominations are now open for an award for great north-east architecture.
Gintas Ramanauskas staggered into a city centre shop and approached a staff member, telling her how beautiful she was before touching her bottom.
A fishing vessel is being towed back to a north-east harbour after breaking down.
An urgent call has been made for bin areas to be removed following a spate of fires at an Aberdeen high-rise.
Casanovas thinking about popping the question have been given the perfect excuse – a treasure hunt for which a £5,000 diamond ring is the prize in Aberdeen.
A new multi-million-pound community campus has been officially opened in the city.
A charity set up to help improve the lives of disabled children has been given a generous donation from an oil and gas company.
Thousands of people will be pounding the streets of the city this weekend at the Great Aberdeen Run.
An artist who designed one of the most recognisable sculptures of Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail will show more of her work in Aberdeen next weekend.
The second square to feature on a new Aberdeen edition of a popular board game has been officially revealed.
Aarron got a special tattoo on his thigh bearing a stunning image of little Kruz.
A candidate in a crucial Aberdeen by-election has revealed he would not join the ruling coalition if elected.
A scheme to charge Aberdeen residents for garden waste collection has injected almost £740,000 into Town House coffers, the Evening Express can reveal.
Thousands turned out to take part in a parade down Aberdeen’s Union Street today.
Almost 2,000 more people have backed a call to keep a killer behind bars since an Evening Express article.
The family of missing north-east man have made a plea for people to keep looking for him, two weeks after he vanished following a night out.
Some services in the city could be axed if the plans go ahead.
Kamil Chwastek, 23, who did not realise the weapon was illegal, was caught out when the parcel was intercepted by Border Force.
Extra checks will now be carried out at recycling centres and residents who use large vehicles, but are disposing of household waste, will be given 24 free permits for a year.
A 35-year-old man has been charged in connection with road offences, possession of an offensive weapon and drug offences.
Callous thieves stole trinkets from a grave in a north-east cemetery, sparking a police probe.
A number of roads are set to close as the Granite City welcomes the Great Aberdeen Run once more.