A senior politician has called on the prison authority to reopen a young offenders’ facility in the north-east.
A conservation charity has launched its dolphin watching scheme in Aberdeen for the new season.
A call has been made for the Scottish Labour leader to confirm the status of suspended councillors seen marching alongside a party MSP under a Labour banner at the weekend.
Almost one in three NHS staff members were abused by patients last year, according to new figures.
A North-east superjail has been branded an “expensive failure” after it emerged there are still no plans to bring back young offenders – four years after they were shifted following a riot.
The NHS has paid out almost £200,000 in compensation to North-east staff members injured at work over the last four years.
Safety concerns have been raised over planned changes to contracts for Aberdeen bus drivers.
Scores of children across the North-east have been left waiting months for “vital” mental health treatment.
Aberdeen has suffered the second highest drop of rail passengers in Scotland with 400,000 fewer people travelling on trains this year.
A leading Labour politician in Aberdeen has said he backs the power sharing agreement at the city council.
An MSP has called on ministers to take action to protect low-income households who are not covered by flood insurance.
A shamed Aberdeen MSP suspended from his party today said he stands ready to “fully co-operate” with any investigation.
An Aberdeen MSP is campaigning for a change in the law to help protect live music venues from noise nuisance complaints.
A debate on safety in the North Sea has been requested ahead of the return of a controversial offshore helicopter.
A labour MSP married to one of the councillors suspended from the city council today said Kezia Dugdale was "right to follow the rules of the party".
The Rio 2016 Olympics proved to be the most popular topic of last year on Twitter.
Life-saving machines have been removed from North-east fire engines to stock stations in other parts of the country, the Evening Express can reveal today.
The UK Government is facing calls to provide new support for the oil and gas sector after BP unveiled plans to double North Sea production.
A bid to get the Dons' semi-final at Hampden rescheduled from a noon kick-off has been shown the red card.
Two MSPs are calling for the Dons' semi-final to be switched with the Old Firm game the following day to allow Aberdeen fans time to travel.
Local heroes have been selected to attend the opening of the Scottish Parliament's new session.
Proud relatives came to watch North-east MSPs being sworn in at the Scottish Parliament.
A recount was called at the North-east regional list count when the sister of Aberdeen Central and regional list candidate Lewis Macdonald was found to have been counting votes in his ballot.
The sparkling grey granite of Union Street sits at the heart of the Aberdeen Central constituency. But as well as the city’s main retail areas, the constituency covers a number of varied wards. Voters living in Tillydrone, Seaton and the harbour area are likely to have different priorities from those in the more affluent Midstocket and Rosemount.
A centre that has looked after drunk people for more than 30 years will close for good tomorrow.
No impact assessment of more than £4 million of cuts to North-east universities has been carried out, according to a North-east MSP.
The highest number of self-referrals to accident and emergency in mainland Scotland were in NHS Grampian last year.
POLICE call centre problems must be addressed as a matter of urgency by the new chief constable, according to North-east MSPs.
A CALL was made today to keep open a drying-out shelter for people found drunk on Aberdeen's streets.
CALLS have been made to suspend the planned closure of the police emergency control room in Aberdeen.