Time is running out to register to watch the Evening Express Aberdeen’s Champion Awards.
A selfless seven-year-old, a community volunteer, a marathon walker and a young carer are among the nominees in the Young Person's Champion category of the Evening Express Aberdeen’s Champion Awards.
The nominees in the charity category of the Evening Express champion awards have said they are “proud, thrilled and overwhelmed” to be nominated.
The finalists of the Evening Express Aberdeen’s Champion Awards can now be revealed.
Two lucky winners landed brand new Aberdeen kids’ strips in our kit giveaway competition.
Lockdown has been one of the hardest times for many families. Now, as we emerge from a period of social hibernation, it’s time to celebrate and honour a small army of doorstep superheroes who have been quietly getting the job done every single day of the Covid-19 crisis.
The winners of the Draw Your Own Evening Express competition can now be revealed.
The news that, as of today, under-12s will no longer need to socially distance has been met with joy from grandparents, great-grandparents, aunts and uncles, who will finally be able to hug their young relatives for the first time in months.
The latest winner of the Evening Express Bingo says she’ll spend her winnings on a “nice meal at home”, in place of a fancy restaurant.
Kids across the north-east have been showcasing their creativity by drawing their dad for our special Father’s Day supplement. 100 images have been submitted from across the region, and we’ve featured every picture in our gallery below.
Children across the north-east have been showcasing their artistic skills with their own version of the Evening Express’ front page. More than 360 images were submitted and we’ve featured every picture in our gallery below.
The Evening Express has stood shoulder to shoulder with our readers since our first paper was printed in 1879.
Up to 150 homes are proposed at the Silverburn House site
VE DAY: Read how The Evening Express reported the end of the war 75 years ago in this subscriber special replica edition
Europe has been marking the 75th anniversary of VE Day — when the second world war was declared over and Nazism defeated. To mark the occasion, we are reproducing the Evening Express from May 8 1945. To read how our paper reported the momentous news, browse our replica edition — available to our digital subscribers.
Today, May 8, sees the country commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day and the Evening Express is bringing you special coverage to mark this historic event.
This year's Aberdeen's Sports Awards have been cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
The winners of a new north-east coronavirus awards scheme will be announced next week at a virtual ceremony.
Generous businesses have donated £10,000 to a campaign launched to give comfort boxes to health workers across the north-east.
Volunteers handing out comfort boxes to the north-east’s frontline healthcare workers were given a round of applause as they made their first deliveries.
North-east charity pledges to keep reaching out to the vulnerable in isolation despite temporarily closing
A charity has pledged to continue helping people despite temporarily closing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tonight hundreds of pupils from schools across the north-east will take to the stage at the Aberdeen Music Hall for our annual Carol Concert.
‘If you get a KFC and put it through the window to my bird, I’ll come out'
More than 50 grinning tots have snapped up the chance to feature in the Evening Express’ Santa’s Little Leopards contest.
Pupils around the north-east are today marking World Children’s Day.
The final winners of the Pounds for Primaries competition can now be revealed.
A new board game featuring some of the north-east’s most prominent landmarks has been officially launched.
Inspirational youngsters and newspaper delivery veterans have been honoured at a special awards ceremony.
We have teamed up with Gillies to offer one lucky Evening Express reader the chance to win vouchers worth £500.
The first youngster to win an Evening Express competition to find the bonniest baby in the north-east has been reunited with the photographer who took his photograph 50 years ago.
Schoolchildren, parents and teachers are busy collecting copies of the Evening Express to be in with a chance of winning a big cash prize.