An Aberdeen City Council van has crashed off the road and into a block of flats.
Students who staged a sit-in at an Aberdeen university have left the educational body with a security bill of more than £12,000.
A bus and lorry have crashed in Aberdeen city centre today.
An Aberdeen city centre monument is to be restored and buildings on Union Street repaired in a bid to regenerate the heart of the city.
Jax Jones is to make his debut in Aberdeen this weekend.
Willie Miller: McInnes’ Aberdeen stamped their authority over Kilmarnock to put cup loss in the shade
Aberdeen have set themselves up to finish second again with their convincing win at Kilmarnock.
An Aberdeen university is to host a lecture on the notorious Stephen Lawrence murder case.
North-east residents are to get the chance to watch the construction of a £300 million offshore windfarm as part of an event being held by the company behind the scheme.
An application to turn an 18th century house in Aberdeen into a pub has been recommended for approval.
Pair hit out at ‘thoughtless’ Aberdeen drivers putting blind people in ‘dangerous’ situations by parking on pavements
Mary and Amanda, have spoken about the “dangerous” and “stressful” situations they face on a day-to-day basis due to motorists leaving vehicles on footways.
A broken-down van was causing traffic disruption on a busy Aberdeen road. The van has come to a standstill at the Haudagain roundabout, causing queues on the A90 as far back as Danestone and Bridge of Don. It is understood the van has been cleared, but there are still major queues in the area.
Retaining a threatened historic mill as part of a massive Aberdeen redevelopment could cost more than £11 million, according to a new report.
Dressed in a trendy black suit with flashes of red and sporting a new blonder hair style, Gary Barlow received a thunderous welcome to the Granite City.
A football coach left in a coma after a bus crash in Malta has returned to Aberdeen.
Nine Labour councillors will have their suspension kept under review, after a meeting of party chiefs.
An Australian suicide prevention charity has partnered-up with a North-east awareness group.
An Aberdeen university has announced its new principal after a global search.
A musical project aimed at primary children is set to return to Aberdeen for its second year.
An Aberdeen nurse who suffered a rare spinal stroke is preparing to walk three miles for charity – the furthest distance she has managed in 12 months.
An Aberdeen University festival has announced its programme of events.
Police have forced entry to an Aberdeen property due to concern for the occupier, only to find they weren't there.
Designs have been finalised for a memorial dedicated to victims and families affected by the Aberdeen baby ashes scandal.
Party chiefs are set to discuss the fate of nine suspended Aberdeen Labour councillors tomorrow, the Evening Express can reveal.
A pothole-plagued Aberdeen street must be fixed “as soon as possible”, councillors have said, after recent bad weather exposed historical cobbles and cabling.
A shaken pensioner has warned others to be on their guard after having her handbag snatched from her trolley in an Aberdeen supermarket.
Aberdeen care home bosses who threw out a woman’s belongings without her family’s knowledge have agreed to fly her ashes to Benidorm.
Adam Rooney reckons he and Stevie May can fire Aberdeen into Europe for a fifth year in a row.
Morphine found in the blood of a driver after a fatal head-on crash in the North-east could have been heroin, a court has heard.
It was 75 years ago tonight when Aberdeen experienced one of the darkest days in its history.
A Scottish Minister has pledged to raise the issue of soaring business rates within the fish processing industry, following a visit to the North-east.