Scottish Conservative leadership hopeful Jackson Carlaw has given his backing to legislation aimed at ending the problem of period poverty.
Senior Conservatives have said it “beggars belief” that the Government has opted to allow Huawei a role in the UK’s 5G network.
The leader of Aberdeen City Council's Liberal Democrat group has called for "safeguards" to be put in place for council staff and the public when interacting with councillor convicted of sexual assault.
Aberdeen's former deputy Lord Provost has been referred to a public standards watchdog.
Across the north-east tens of thousands of people headed to the polls yesterday.
The impact of the Conservatives’ General Election dominance was reflected in Wales, where the Tories seized several seats from Labour.
Boris Johnson is on course to secure a Tory majority in the Commons, according to the exit poll.
Election results across the north-east could be difficult to predict, according to an Aberdeen academic.
Aberdeen City Council’s co-leaders have come under fire for refusing to remove a councillor embroiled in an anti-Semitism storm from a high-profile role.
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine is another volatile seat in which discussions over Brexit and Scottish independence continue to dominate.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said Scotland “doesn’t need independence, it needs a Labour Government” in a campaign video addressing the Scottish electorate.
Billionaire businessman Sir Ian Wood has revealed he would now vote in favour of Brexit – although he stressed leaving the European Union without a deal in place “would not be clever”.
A Scottish Conservative candidate suspended by the national party amid accusations of anti-Semitism and homophobia will remain part of Aberdeen City Council’s ruling administration, it has emerged.
A political row has broken out over Aberdeen council’s pledge to build 2,000 homes by 2022.
Lessons from 20th century Aberdeenshire could help ‘keep money in rural economy’ says Lord Inglewood
Rural economies could improve by taking inspiration from early 20th-Century Aberdeenshire, a lord has suggested.
North-east MPs must ‘hang heads in shame’ for supporting unlawful suspension of Parliament, says Aberdeen MSP
Kevin Stewart, Aberdeen Central SNP MSP, said Boris Johnson “must resign” following the ruling that suspending Parliament was unlawful, adding the north-east Conservative MPs who supported him should “consider their position”.
Aberdeen’s ruling council administration will do “all it can” to hold on to power, its co-leader has today claimed.
BBC bosses have said shouldering the cost of over 75s licence fees stemmed from Conservative austerity.
Theresa May has failed to guarantee the UK will leave the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) by the December 2020 deadline.
Plans to deliver a “Boris Bikes” style scheme in Aberdeen won’t move forward until at least September, it has been revealed.
A contractor will not be appointed to redevelop Aberdeen’s Union Terrace Gardens until March, the Evening Express can reveal today.
City council leaders have written to Finance Secretary Derek Mackay calling for Aberdeen to retain £28 million in business rates.
Fans have struggled to watch the dramatic adaptation of Les Miserables, saying they were aghast at the lack of songs.
An MSP has been cleared of an alleged code of conduct breach.
Theresa May took a swipe at Boris Johnson from the conference stage and mocked his foul-mouthed attack on business.
Aberdeen City Council’s ruling coalition has been accused of “spin” over a £100 million schools plan.
Aberdeen City Council's co-leader has written to the chair of Labour calling for support for nine councillors currently suspended by the party.
The First Minister has branded a north-east MP’s criticism of a Scottish Government video “one of the most pathetic political interventions ever”.
A north-east MP has praised the work of a Men’s Shed in his constituency.
A row has erupted after it was revealed that some parking charges in the north-east could double.