A north-east MSP has hit out at the Scottish Government after new figures revealed a rise in the number of fatal crashes.
A human rights organisation has highlighted failings at a north-east jail.
A north-east MSP has warned prisons are not getting the resources they need to operate.
A north-east MSP has praised a police crackdown on uninsured drivers.
The new rule means anyone who kills or badly injures a police dog could be jailed or fined.
A north-east MSP has called for scrutiny after the body of a dad-of-one was moved from a flat and “dumped” between two sheds.
In the survey, 1,000 residents across Scotland were asked for their views on what the purposes of sentencing should be, how current sentencing is perceived and their awareness of sentencing options.
More domestic abuse crimes have been recorded in the north-east than any other area since a new law making controlling behaviour an offence was introduced.
Transport chiefs have been urged to look at the viability of opening a new rail station in Aberdeen.
The north-east has some of the highest reconviction rates in Scotland, new figures show.
A senior politician wants prison officers at a north-east superjail to wear body cameras in a bid to tackle violence.
A north-east MSP has praised a charity for making more than 6,000 palliative care visits across the north-east.
Between April and September last year, cops stopped 1,274 people, of which 402, or around 31.5%, instances were considered “positive”.
A north-east MSP has urged the Scottish Government to support fisherman hit by deliberate fire.
The £200 million investment will only speed up journey times from Aberdeen to the central belt by two minutes.
“Patricia and the local Stonehaven community are lighting the way to a playground that every child can enjoy. I am very impressed by the amount they have raised over the years.”
More than 140 knives have been seized at north-east courts since the start of 2017, the Evening Express can reveal.
A probe has been launched after a prisoner posed for selfies in a north-east prison and posted them on Facebook.
A North-east politician has claimed companies affected by soaring business rates are facing a “shockingly slow” wait for their appeals to be processed.
A Highland League football team will be hit with a bill of more than £4,000 for the policing operation at a high-profile Scottish Cup tie.
A move to twin Stonehaven with a suburb of Paris and strengthen a “beautiful friendship” between Scotland and France will be formally agreed in May.
Transport Scotland has spent almost £44,000 on a campaign to promote the use of yellow average speed cameras on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road.
A former oilman has told how he was knocked back by employers due to his experience in the industry.
The Rio 2016 Olympics proved to be the most popular topic of last year on Twitter.
Nearly 200 youngsters celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Cub Scouts at a special birthday bash.
Part of the Aberdeen bypass has had its completion date knocked back by almost a year.