The grisly tale of an infamous Aberdeen anatomist will be brought to life on the big screen.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of a city park being purchased for the people of Aberdeen.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum is to lose its Ministry of Defence funding.
Hailed as the oldest existing business in Britain, the early history of the Aberdeen Harbour is being explored in a new city attraction. Click the image below to read the full story and more images.
A final design for a piece of art that will remember Aberdonians who lost their lives in battle has been unveiled.
Some of the earliest medical records from the first Aberdeen mental hospital have been revealed. An annual report from the 19th century has shed some light on North-east patients admitted to the former Aberdeen Lunatic Asylum. Click the image below to view all the images and read the full story.
The quality of His Majesty's Theatre has been illustrated during its 110 year history, with its power to attract top stars of the day.
Pantomines are normally associated with the Christmas period, but over the decades this has not always been the case.
The theatre was hailed as "probably the finest theatre in Britain outside of London" with residents eagerly awaiting its opening.
Today is the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh’s 69th wedding anniversary.
An amateur photographer has produced a collection of war-themed images ahead of Remembrance Sunday this weekend.
New technology has revealed an ancient book owned by Henry VIII was not intended for the royal elite but was in fact a tool for teaching.
The Evening Express has been helping Aberdeen shoppers step back in time with images from the past of the site of a shopping mall.
A display of memories exploring war and conflict will be on show when a city centre gallery reopens.
Just in time for Halloween, an Ancient Egyptian coffin is undergoing works to help it last for centuries longer.
Councillors have been urged to back plans to install safety measures on Union Bridge, the Evening Express can reveal.
Before Hazlehead Park had pet’s corner, it was home to Aberdeen’s only zoo. Complete with three lions, chimps and bears, the zoo was a popular destination for families and school pupils in the late-60s/early-70s. Click Read More above to open our interactive article and find out more about Aberdeen’s historic zoo.
A WAR veteran who survived an atomic bomb blast and was forced to work on the Death Railway by the Japanese army has died at the age of 97.
These images provide a unique insight into the history of one of Aberdeen’s oldest industrial sites. The former factory is currently in the process of being transformed into 890 homes. Scroll down and click read more to find out more about Aberdeen’s Broadford Works.
A historian has uncovered hidden evidence that the first biography of Adolf Hitler, which helped propel him to power, was written by the dictator himself.
On May 19, 1894 the Evening Express moved production to the city's Broad Street offices.
Worried about exactly how much personal information is stored away in Facebook’s archives?
Legendary entertainer Harry Houdini came to Aberdeen in 1909 to perform a death-defying underwater escape.
A campaign calling on a council to create a permanent memorial to Aberdeen trawlermen and their fleet has gathered support from hundreds of people.
On this day in 1983 the Dons took a huge step towards being crowned kings of Europe.
THE stories of Aberdeen's heroes are set to be brought to life at as part of a city festival.
STUDENTS were once spied upon to make sure they didn't step out of line.
PEOPLE living inland had a more brutal history than their coastal neighbours, according to a North-east historian.
BOOKS containing historical city plans are set to go on sale this month.
A QUARRY in which convicts once hammered red granite could be set for a major expansion.