The Prime Minister and his Scottish secretary have rejected calls for a second independence referendum amid renewed pressure from the SNP.
The boss of an Aberdeen charity that helps people battling addictions says safe injection rooms would bring huge benefits to the city.
Community and religious leaders along with some well-known faces pass on their festive wishes to the people of the north-east
A “respectful protest” has been raised about the requirement for MPs to pledge allegiance to the Queen.
The north-east’s winning election candidates today give Evening Express readers their thoughts on a hard-fought campaign, the dramatic result – and the issues facing their communities.
The SNP have held on to the seat of Aberdeen North, with the party increasing its majority in the process.
An Aberdeen MP has signed a major homelessness charity’s petition calling for the right to a decent home to be enshrined in law.
Scott Harvey, 50, denied the allegation when he appeared in the dock at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday.
As a Brexit deal has been agreed by Boris Johnson and EU leaders, north-east politicians will get the chance to vote for or against the agreement tomorrow.
A group of cross-party MPs have gathered outside the Palace of Westminster to demonstrate against the prorogation of Parliament.
An MP has called for the local authority to reconsider allowing private hire vehicle to use a controversial Aberdeen bus gate.
SNP deputy Westminster leader and spokesperson on the economy Kirsty Blackman said the threat from a no-deal “cannot be under-estimated”.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in the city centre at the weekend against the prime minister’s controversial plan to suspend parliament.
I am shocked the council is refusing to take action straight away to address speeding and dangerous driving on School Road and find it, quite frankly, bizarre that they are blaming ‘nature and geometry’ for speeding vehicles rather than trying to do something about the problem."
Around 40 people gathered at an event in Aberdeen over the weekend to hear about settled status applications.
An Aberdeen MP has appealed for the public to support a charity dedicated to helping veterans with hearing loss.
Extra time has been put aside for people in Aberdeen seeking advice about citizenship and visas, a UK Government minister has said.
A city MP has called for a review into the way alcohol is taxed.
An Aberdeen MP visited a mental health residential service to learn more about the charity’s work.
Peace protesters have turned out to campaign against war and nuclear weapons.
An MP has welcomed an increase to the number of flights from the north-east to Amsterdam.
North-east MPs have spoken out after a emphatic 432 votes to 202 rejected Theresa May’s Brexit plans.
Kirsty Blackman has today called for the Brexit decision to be "put to the people".
An Aberdeen MP has called on officials to increase security around empty properties amid fears more fires could be started on purpose.
A children's charity is to benefit from a £15,000 donation from shop staff.
An Aberdeen MP is expected to open the SNP’s spring conference today.
A north-east MP is encouraging organisations in Aberdeen to apply for funding to help combat poverty.
An Aberdeen MP has written to BP asking for “urgent clarity” on whether North Sea jobs will be lost in its latest round of cuts.
An Aberdeen MP is organising a session to encourage people to become childminders in Aberdeen as free childcare is increased.
Bank customers in Mastrick should be prepared to lose their branch, an Aberdeen MP has said following a “disappointing” meeting with bosses.