Award-winning Press and Journal photographer Colin Rennie has retired after 46 years at Aberdeen Journals – but he isn’t ready to hang up his camera just yet.
Tributes have been paid to a "superb" former Evening Express photographer who died at the age of 77.
North-east businesses are being urged to participate in Aberdeen Journals' social media "power hour" tomorrow, as part of the North-East Now campaign.
Tributes have been paid to a former Aberdeen Journals photographer who was behind the lens at the height of the troubles in Northern Ireland and a major city tragedy.
Pupils around the north-east are today marking World Children’s Day.
Aberdeen Journals is gearing up to celebrate the hard work of boys and girls across the north-east delivering newspapers.
The Duchess of Rothesay this afternoon visited the Evening Express newsroom in Aberdeen city centre.
Whisky, Harry Potter books and North Sea oil samples raise £1,600 at Aberdeen Journals’ charity auction
Whisky, a set of Harry Potter books, framed paintings, and even North Sea oil samples have gone under the hammer, raising more than £1,000 for two good causes.
The NHS has confirmed it will move into a new Aberdeen city centre office development before the end of the year.
For the first time in almost 50 years today’s Evening Express has been produced from offices in the heart of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Journals has confirmed it will move back into the city centre later this year.
Tributes have been paid to Aberdeen’s last newspaper street vendor after he passed away.
Every day we post a new image on Facebook direct from our archives. To make it easier to keep track of these images, each month we’ll create a gallery showcasing our favourites.
A receptionist hung up her headset for the last time yesterday after more then 39 years at Aberdeen Journals.
On May 19, 1894 the Evening Express moved production to the city's Broad Street offices.
The Evening Express could be set to return to its "spiritual home" of Broad Street in the heart of Aberdeen.