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Private-equity backed Azinor Catalyst said today that it had discovered oil at the Agar-Plantain well in the North Sea.
A north-east woman has denied reversing her car at and hitting her former partner.
An Aberdeen road will be closed temporarily while works to the pavement are carried out.
Struan Clubb, 14, was knocked unconscious after being set upon by the thugs as he walked home from school in Bridge of Don.
Every year we send our photographers out to schools across the north-east to take pictures of each primary one class. You can find a list of all the primary schools featuring in Thursday’s supplement below. Cornhill Primary Meethill Primary Tough School Lumsden School Heathryburn School Dyce School Stuartfield School Lairhillock School
Business owners and community leaders have hit out at a council for failing to repair the state of a “horrendous” road.
An Aberdeen woman whose mother died from cancer has raised more than £2,000 for charity.
Kind-hearted Evening Express readers have been thanked by Santa after a tree-mendous appeal.
A missing north-east man has been found safe and well. Alistair Bowie, 48, was reported missing from his home in Elgin but has now been traced Police have thanked the public for their help. Keep up to date with the latest news with The Evening Express newsletter
Aberdeen’s Commonwealth Games star Toni Shaw, 15, is Scottish Swimming’s ‘trailblazing’ new ambassador
North-east swimming sensation Toni Shaw was “honoured” to become one of Scotland’s Learn to Swim ambassadors.
An American flag is to be flown at a north-east castle as part of a twinning agreement.
The number of drug-related deaths in Aberdeen has more than doubled in three years, according to a new report looking at the city’s population.
AN MSP has called on the Scottish Government to declare when it will start work on improvements at a notorious flyover.
Charlie House is hoping to raise £8 million for its Big Build Appeal, which will allow it to build and maintain the new centre.
A north-east castle is to be lit up for a week in honour of Charlie House.
A children's charity has launched an appeal to raise £8 million to create a specialist support centre that will transform the lives of families across the north-east.
An Aberdeen nursery worker has been struck-off the register after she allowed someone to take a child without checking their identity.
Police have reunited a reindeer with the rest of its herd after it was allegedly stolen from an Aberdeen shop.
A golf ace has pledged to join a sleep out to raise cash to end homelessness in the north-east.
Aberdeen City Council has been hailed as “trailblazing” after adopting proposals to allow pubs to stay open until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays.
Children who use a fostering service are helped by highly-skilled carers, inspectors said.
More than 450 people failed to show up for scheduled medical appointments in the north-east last week.
Keeping old oil and gas platforms in place could be a “triple win” for the North Sea, creating a fresh wave of employment, according to a conservationist group.
Police and fire services have launched an investigation following a “well-developed” fire at a north-east business park.
Emergency services were called to a "well developed" fire in the north-east.
Every year we send our photographers out to schools across the north-east to take pictures of each primary one class. You can find a list of all the primary schools featuring in Wednesday’s supplement below. Kellands School Orchard Brae School Robert Gordon’s College Westhill Primary Ashley Road School Turriff School
An Aberdeen boy received a special birthday surprise.
An Aberdeen community centre has set up its own playgroup after council childcare services were cut earlier this year.
Children as young as nine have been in contact with a counselling service for young people after experiencing suicidal thoughts.
An Aberdeen road has reopened following a two-vehicle crash.