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.
Councillors in Aberdeen have adopted international guidelines on anti-Semitism.
Elected members from across the political spectrum have paid tribute to a former Aberdeen councillor who passed away at the age of 76.
An Aberdeen charity has been announced as having a starring role in the Aberdeen version of Monopoly.
A new shop has opened providing equipment to those who need help to maintain their own independence.
A series of trail guides have been launched to help people discover historical and natural gems around the city.
Tributes have been paid to the men killed in the Super Puma disaster in a special service marking 10 years.
A state-of-the-art drinking water tap has been installed in Aberdeen city centre in a bid to keep people hydrated.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost has met industry leaders and experts at an international energy conference.
An Aberdeen firm has officially reopened after being hit by a serious fire.
The Lord Provost of Aberdeen is to seek the presidency of a major energy partnership.
Lord Provost Barney Crockett welcomed guests to an event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen has renewed its connection to the armed forces.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas thanks to the arrival of the Aberdeen's tree.
An original document ordering the search for a member of the Gunpowder Plot has been found in the city’s archives.
Airport chiefs are to host a consultation to gather views on noise caused by aircraft.
A rock legend has praised the beauty of Aberdeen.
Thrillseekers will get the unique opportunity to take a zip-wire journey down part of Aberdeen's Union Street at an event this month.
Things got hairy for Aberdeen’s Lord Provost at the weekend when he came face to face with one of his biggest fears.
A north-east community organisation has been presented with a prestigious award.
The draw for the 121st edition of the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup has been revealed.
Thousands of people are expected to line the streets this weekend for the Armed Forces Day parade.
Labour accused of ‘complete lack of leadership’ as fate of nine suspended Aberdeen councillors still hangs in the balance
Today marks one year to the day since nine Aberdeen councillors were suspended from the Scottish Labour Party for entering into a power-sharing pact with the Conservatives.
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.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost Barney Crockett has lent his support to a campaign after a five-year-old girl's video raising awareness for Down's syndrome went viral.
The Lord Provost has been given the green light to extend the hand of friendship between Aberdeen and four other destinations – but it will cost the taxpayer £24,000.
Lord Provost Barney Crockett welcomed guests to a Holocaust Memorial Day event at the Belmont Filmhouse.
More than 100 brrr-rave souls endured the chill of the North Sea for the annual Boxing Day Nippy Dip.
Willie Young and former Aberdeen headteacher Isabel McIntyre commissioned as deputy lieutenants for city
Willie Young has been officially commissioned as one of Aberdeen's new representatives of the Queen for the city.
A row today erupted between nine councillors suspended from the Labour Party and their national chiefs over leaked details of their meetings with bosses.