Each day we take a look back at the stories making the headlines from across our region and further afield.
Today, we take a look back at what happened on May 28.
On this day in 1987, Aberdeen Trades Council was urging people to join a protest against an Orange walk in the city.
In 2015, the city council’s planning committee was to discuss future options for the fire-hit Broadford Works.
1961: The Orient Express train made its last journey from Paris to Bucharest. It had been in operation for 78 years. It resumed service across Europe in 1982.
1967: Sir Francis Chichester completed the first single-handed circumnavigation of the globe in a yacht.
2002: The Bank of England told banks and post offices to stop issuing the new £5 notes, after claims their serial numbers could be rubbed off.
2008: The first meeting of the Constituent Assembly of Nepal formally declared Nepal a republic.
1965: Joan Baez and Donovan led a march in London to protest against American policy on Vietnam.
2002: Robbie Williams was voted the Most Important Man in Music, ahead of Elvis Presley and John Lennon. Robbie was more than 77,000 votes ahead of Michael Jackson.
2019: Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber: I Don’t Care.
1995: Robson Green and Jerome Flynn: Unchained Melody.
1976: ABBA: Fernando.
1969: The Beatles: Get Back.
1944: Gladys Knight, 76, Singer/songwriter.
1964: David Baddiel, 56, Comedian/writer.
1968: Kylie Minogue, 51, Singer/actress.
1984: Eric Morecambe, British comedian.
1976: After 47 years with Arnotts in George Street, Jack Mitchell celebrates his retirement. He was a familiar face and one of the store’s longest-serving salesmen in the kitchen furniture department
1991: Stitch in time – a hobby shop, Crafty Sew ‘N’ Sew, opens on Spa Street, Aberdeen. Owner Betty Fawcett, left, is pictured with Heather King, who opened the shop, and her daughter Shona, who holds teddy bears for sale