A head teacher at a north-east school has been suspended following complaints against her.
Passengers in the north-east have hit out at a rail operator after it was rated poor in a survey by a consumer group.
A woman left without internet and a landline phone for more than a month has had the service restored after the Evening Express intervened.
Health bosses have apologised after an elderly woman suffering from severe back pain was not given enough paracetamol at a city hospital.
Two complaints lodged against Aberdeen City Council have not been upheld by a public ombudsman.
The number of complaints against NHS Grampian has dropped significantly over the past five years in almost every category.
A boxing club has been authorised to continue using its base after going several rounds with neighbours who complained about the noises made during practice sessions.
Noise complaints in Aberdeen have dropped 40% year-on-year while in Aberdeenshire they have increased by nearly 170%.
A man cavorting in high heels and hot pants and an advert that cast doubt over Santa’s existence topped the list of most complained about ads in 2015, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has revealed.
A petition has been launched to hit back at noise complaints that venue bosses say are silencing Aberdeen's grassroots music scene.
MORE than 250 allegations of police misconduct were upheld in the North-east over the last two years, the Evening Express can reveal today.
ALMOST 100 more complaints were made against Aberdeen taxi drivers last year compared to 2013.