Regarding the month-long road closure at the beach for the cycle lanes to be removed – Aberdeen City Council incompetence at its best.
I watched a recent President Obama interview and remembered what was and then looked forward to what could be with the new presidency.
A busy Aberdeen road is shut for up to a month during work to remove temporary cycle lanes.
I cannot believe the arrogance of the Aberdeen Cycle Forum, Grampian Cycle Partnership and Scottish Cycling North East Grampian, who are calling for the return of the cycle lane at the beach.
A busy Aberdeen road is set to shut for almost a month during work to remove temporary cycle lanes.
Work to remove the controversial cycle lane installed at Aberdeen beach has begun.
Three north-east cycle groups have written to Aberdeen City Council's co-leaders urging them to reconsider the removal of cycle paths at the beach.
I have read several articles recently regarding beach cycle lanes and am heartened to see the planning department has finally agreed to remove them.
It’s 50 years since Codona’s opened the largest permanent funfair in Scotland in Aberdeen. Gayle Ritchie charts the history of the beachfront attraction and explores the legacy of the famous Codona family.
A north-east cycle group has spoken of its disappointment at a decision to remove cycle lanes from Aberdeen beach.
The community spirit found in suburbs and neighbourhoods across the Granite City make it a great place to live, work and play.
Police cordoned off a section of Aberdeen beach after a member of the public raised concerns on a device found.
This fantastic work of art was created at Aberdeen Beach this morning to mark Clean Air Day.
This week’s gallery focuses on the Bridge of Dee area of Aberdeen. With pictures taken through the decades, we can see how the area’s changed over the last 50 years.
In reply to Mr Sinclair’s observation of hysteria surrounding the present pandemic, I must confess I see no hysteria, just a measured response to a pandemic which threatens to overwhelm medical services.
I’m fairly confident that many Evening Express readers, like myself, would gladly welcome the abolition of the House of Lords.
Two surfers had to be rescued after almost being swept out to sea off Aberdeen beach.
RE recent cycle lane correspondence, I must congratulate those responsible for having the good sense to finally close the northbound left-hand turn on to Golf Road.
From Aberdeen’s historic harbour to busy beaches and iconic landmarks, this gallery showcases the best of the Granite City as it was in the 1980s. This week’s gallery even features a picture of police stopping traffic while they searched for an escaped prisoner in the city centre
In recent days this page has been inundated with letters from readers complaining about the utter waste of money ACC has spent on various projects across the city.
A man was injured during a ceremony to mark the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain at Aberdeen beach tonight.
When I was a young man in the 1960s I vividly remember the arguments I had with my father regarding football.
We drove from Bridge of Don end along to the beach to see the devastation for ourselves of the Promenade.
The Beach Esplanade in Aberdeen is now fully open to traffic.
Re the changes to Aberdeen beach and the cycle lanes, I feel it is unnecessary and really quite dangerous.
As a volunteer for the NSPCC’s Childline service, I have seen first-hand how lockdown has impacted a generation of children.
Residents have raised concerns over access to Aberdeen's beach after work started on a controversial scheme to install cycle lanes on the road.
From Aberdeen’s historic harbour to busy beaches and iconic landmarks, this gallery showcases the best of the Granite City as it was in the 1970s. Historic houses, parks, markets and the harbour all feature in this week’s Aberdonian gallery.