Parts of the UK’s skyline lit up in remembrance of the lives lost in the past year as thousands reflected on the anniversary of the first national lockdown.
North-east business leaders, charities and politicians have reflected on the past year as today marks the one year anniversary of the UK entering lockdown.
The Queen and Prime Minister have led tributes acknowledging the grief and loss of the last year as the nation fell silent on the anniversary of the first national lockdown.
Boris Johnson has said coronavirus restrictions are being eased “once and for all” as the UK marks the anniversary of the first national lockdown.
The Prime Minister has offered his condolences to those bereaved during the coronavirus pandemic and praised the “great spirit” shown during the past year on the anniversary of the first national lockdown.
First Minister Mark Drakeford will take part in a televised commemorative event one year on since the first UK-wide lockdown to reflect on the coronavirus pandemic in Wales.
Actress Alison Steadman has urged people to “remember that there is love in the world” as the nation reflects on the lives lost during the coronavirus pandemic, one year on from the first lockdown.
A stage manager who swapped the theatre for funeral work says has “really surprised myself with how passionate I have become about it all”.
Two woodlands will be created in Wales in memory of those who have died from coronavirus during the pandemic, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
Vespa is marking its 75th anniversary through the creation of a new special series.
The Queen will have reigned for 69 years on February 6. Here is a selection of pictures of the monarch over the decades, as she reaches the anniversary of her accession – one year away from her Platinum Jubilee. – 1950s – 1960s – 1970s – 1980s – 1990s – 2000s – 2010s – 2020s
More than 900 people died with coronavirus on average every day in the UK in the first two weeks of 2021, figures show.
An infectious diseases consultant who treated the UK’s first coronavirus patients said he never thought there would be 100,000 Covid-related deaths in the UK.
Moto Guzzi is celebrating its 100th anniversary in style with new ‘Centenario’ versions of its V7 and V85TT motorcycles.
Magicians will celebrate a century of sawing people in half with an online event looking at the history of the trick.
A north-east major trauma centre has celebrated its two-year anniversary this month.
An Aberdeen shopping centre is marking its 30th birthday today.
Today marks 75 years since Japan surrendered to the Allied forces on August 15 1945, ending the Second World War’s hostilities. Gayle Ritchie looks at how our newspapers covered VJ Day.
An Aberdeen community group has celebrated the second anniversary of a garden opening.
Lorry traffic has more than halved in parts of Aberdeen since the opening of the bypass a year ago, according to a new report.
A north-east playgroup has celebrated its 50th anniversary with a tea party.
An Aberdeen community centre will celebrate its 50th anniversary next month.
The Banner of Condolence was sent to Aberdeen as a gift from the Trades Council of Victoria in Australia as a tribute to the 167 who died following the explosion on the North Sea platform.
A north-east school has made a plea for help as it gears up to mark a special milestone.
The Evening Express was the first media outlet to bring the news of the D-Day landings to the people of Aberdeen.
Built using money raised by the sale of war bonds in the Granite City, HMS Scylla was known as Aberdeen’s warship and served on Arctic convoy duty as well as playing a vital D-Day role
During the invasion of Normandy, not all the Allied Forces were heading for the French coast.
A business that has been a familiar sight in a north-east town for generations is celebrating 180 years of trading.
“Their lives and those of their friends, families and colleagues were forever changed by the awful events which unfolded that day".
An Aberdeen charity is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.