Eight parks and green spaces across the north-east have been named winners of a prestigious national award.
As schools begin their first week of the holidays, the Evening Express has looked back into the archives of the Granite City’s parks in summers gone by.
Families are being encouraged to take on a quest to explore Aberdeen’s history and heritage.
Three north-east parks are in the running to be named the UK’s favourite.
Emergency services are attending a collision involving a cyclist at an Aberdeen roundabout.
More than 300 children from across the city turned out to play on the longest day of the year.
North-east residents are being encouraged to take part in charity walks this weekend.
Schoolchildren from across the city have been building gardens in cardboard boxes while learning about sustainability.
A man broke into three commercial premises stealing charity tins, tip jars and cash during “24 hours of madness”.
With less than three weeks to go until the Aberdeen Kiltwalk the number of people signed up to take part has already surpassed last year’s total.
Gas firm SGN have come under fire after major roadworks in Aberdeen were extended by another week.
A busy Aberdeen junction is to shut this weekend for emergency repairs to a gas main.
An Aberdeen roundabout is to close from this weekend while emergency works are carried out.
A youth orchestra will perform at a family event as part of a dolphin festival.
A north-east dad raised £1,800 for charity by taking part in a gruelling ultra-marathon.
The return of a steam engine to the north-east has been celebrated in the Scottish Parliament.
Around 80 scooter enthusiasts turned heads as they took part in a group ride around Aberdeen.
A popular gardening group is encouraging green-fingered folk to take part in its competition.
The JCB vehicle, with two large rollers on the front and back, was taken from Great Southern Road, near Duthie Park at around 4.50pm yesterday.
A city park is hoping to raise funds for a life-saving piece of equipment.
The north-east was turned into a winter wonderland as snow hit many areas – and dozens took to an Aberdeen park to make the most of it.
An Aberdeen photographer has captured a seal on the frozen River Dee after last night's chilling temperatures.
Temperatures in parts of the north-east plummeted below -15C (5F) overnight.
We’ve gone through our archives and dug out these photographs showing the Duthie Park’s Winter Gardens.
A charity boss today praised all those who took part in an Aberdeen sleep-out event in a bid to raise millions of pounds for a housing initiative.
Events like this come in for some criticism, mostly because it’s only one night a year that we don our waterproofs and brave the chill, but for me – and I assume 1,800 others – it adds some perspective. Our reporter Craig Paton endured bone-chilling temperatures in Duthie Park but says the experience was more than worth it
Around 1,800 people braved plunging temperatures in Aberdeen to raise money for the homeless.
A charity boss has spoken of his hopes that more than £4 million can be raised to help support people sleeping rough.
Aberdeen's council leaders are gearing up to take part in a charity sleepout.
The company behind the Evening Express is backing an Aberdeen charity event that hopes to eradicate homelessness.