An Aberdeen charity has helped furnish the homes of nearly 40 people each week throughout the coronavirus pandemic and handed out thousands of meals to residents.
A plea to fix “crippling” north-east business rates has been rejected by Holyrood, after SNP MSPs voted to delay revaluation by a year.
The SNP’s soft-touch and chaotic approach to the justice system has failed victims of crime for years.
Scotland faces losing a generation of lawyers capable of defending people accused of crime, it has been warned.
The Scottish Tories have pushed for action on a “sobering” report into the complaints process against police.
Plans to examine the reopening of former north-east railway stations have been welcomed by a local MSP.
The number of north-east police officers off work due to Covid-19 rose last month - sparking calls for more robust testing.
Aberdeen airport bosses question new quarantine restrictions on people arriving from Germany, Denmark and Sweden
Bosses at a north-east airport have questioned a Scottish Government decision to place quarantine restrictions on people arriving from three countries.
A church and retail space are both being considered for a new hub to ensure bank services can continue in a community where a branch is expected to close.
New defamation laws could shift the balance towards greater freedom of speech while protecting reputations from serious damage, MSPs have said.
North-east firms hit out over ‘unfair’ Covid support package after discovering central belt businesses receiving twice as much
A support package for businesses struck down by coronavirus restrictions has been branded a "slap in the face" after it emerged firms in central Scotland are receiving twice as much as their counterparts elsewhere.
Pupils attending schools in the north-east's most-deprived areas were around six times more likely to have their Higher results lowered than those in the most affluent as a result of the exams scandal.
Ministers have been urged to do all they can to avoid a public inquiry into planned works at a north-east junction.
WILL WINTER BE TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL? North-east parents demand clarity as teachers tell pupils to ‘wear extra layer of clothing’
Schools have been advised to keep windows and doors open to aid ventilation in a bid to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Concern for north-east police as new figures reveal almost 1,000 sick days taken for mental health in 2020
Government ministers and police chiefs are now facing calls to provide more support to officers dealing with a combination of traumatic incidents and heavy workloads.
Government officials have been urged to provide financial backing for Aberdeen's harbour expansion project to ensure it is not hit by further delays.
Current legislation around workplace deaths is “ineffective” and needs to be changed, an MSP who is seeking to amend the culpable homicide law has said.
The leader of the Scottish Conservatives reportedly overruled MSPs on his front bench over the party’s approach to the controversial hate crime Bill at Holyrood.
The number of special constables volunteering alongside police officers in the north-east has fallen by a quarter since 2013.
Education Secretary John Swinney has accused a North East MSP of “reckless” language for saying Aberdeen pupils and teachers are at risk from the coronavirus.
A controversial Bill aimed at tackling hate crime will now only prosecute those who intended to stir-up hatred, the Justice Secretary has said.
Almost 7,000 from people across the north-east have had emergency support after being made redundant, new figures have shown.
Ministers urged to back rescue package for Aberdeen firms struggling to survive after Scotland’s first local lockdown
Aberdeen’s culture and hospitality venues must become a priority for additional Scottish Government funding or more businesses in the city will be forced to close their doors permanently, MSPs have been told.
Two major hospital projects for the north-east have been hit by further delays, the Evening Express can reveal.
The Hate Crime Bill has proved hugely controversial since its introduction to the Scottish Parliament this year.
A Conservative attempt to ditch the controversial new hate crime legislation has been voted down in the Scottish Parliament.
Aberdeen FC has been praised today for its efforts in supporting fans' mental health.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of having "double standards" when dealing with coronavirus outbreaks in Aberdeen and Glasgow, as health officials confirmed a cluster of cases linked to Granite City bars is now "over".
More than 220 cases of the Covid-19 were linked to the hospitality cluster, among around 400 in the Grampian area.
Communications giant BT has confirmed it is set to leave Aberdeen in a matter of months - leaving more than 100 jobs under threat.