The Liberal Democrats are calling for the Scottish Government to update freedom of information (FOI) legislation.
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Police Scotland has said it takes “every report about sexual offending seriously” after it emerged nearly 90 officers have been investigated following allegations against them in the last three years.
New research has uncovered the true tolerances built into speed cameras – and whether the rumours surrounding them are true.
Medical students at Dundee University played noughts and crosses on body donated for training and research
Medical students at Dundee University played noughts and crosses on a cadaver donated for research and training, it has been revealed.
In one case, the position of technical education teacher has been advertised 14 times with just four applicants.
More than £24,000 has been handed out in fines from Aberdeen libraries.
Firefighters spent more than 80 hours at the scene of a series of wildfires that blighted Aberdeen, the Evening Express can reveal.
Knives, darts, scissors and screwdrivers were among the 43 weapons taken from pupils in north-east schools since last year.
Pest control call-outs in Aberdeen have soared thanks to the warmer summer weather, new figures have revealed.
Aberdeen City Council spent more than £1.3 million on repairing potholes and other defects last year – more than double the amount five years ago.
NHS Grampian has the third most incidents of staff and patients suffering injuries in mental health units across the country.
The group campaigning against Kingsford Stadium created a fake spokesman to comment on the plan, the Evening Express can exclusively reveal today.
In Aberdeen, the figure totals 17 with the youngest culprits aged 13 – fewer than five individuals.
North-east courts have ordered more than £600,000 to be paid back from convicted criminals in the past year.
A warning over fly-tipping has been issued after it emerged that more than 2,200 illegal dumps have been made in the last few years.
Aberdeen City Council has refused to reveal whether any councillors have been using their taxpayer-funded devices to watch pornography – claiming it is in the “public interest” to keep it secret.