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.
An ex-MI6 chief and a former head of the Armed Forces have warned that the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal will threaten national security if it is not defeated.
Fans have struggled to watch the dramatic adaptation of Les Miserables, saying they were aghast at the lack of songs.
Theresa May might have saved her job by declaring to Conservative MPs that she will not lead the party into the next general election, but she risks turning herself into a lame duck prime minister.
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.
School crossing patrollers, public toilets, community centres and libraries are all under threat in a savage council savings plan that has caused a senior Tory councillor to quit the party.
An Aberdeen councillor has been accused of trying to “make a political point” out of Remembrance Sunday.
Conservative MPs have been accused of “pandering to Westminster” after a new report found Aberdeen’s economy could fall by 7% following a hard Brexit.
The deputy provost at Aberdeen City Council has accepted the role of MSP.
Several political signs across the North-east have been destroyed by vandals - with those behind the damage branded a "disgrace".
The Conservative leader for Aberdeenshire has declared a "blue tide" has swept across the area following the council election.
North-east Conservative MSPs have refused to condemn the controversial "rape clause".
A park group has laid out its action plan after deciding to apply for charity status.
Aberdeen will be the base for Scotland's Vote Leave campaign - despite being the most pro-EU city in the country.
A newly elected Tory MSP today said his shock win was because people of the North-east are sick of being ignored.
THE Scottish Secretary has insisted that people are fed of talking about a second referendum.
LETHARGIC but restless, irritated then amused, seeing party rosettes whenever I close my eyes – it can only be election fever.