An Aberdeen ice cream shop is changing the way it works - moving to an order system.
New sculptures have been unveiled in Aberdeen city centre.
Preparations are under way for the return of a popular art festival in Aberdeen.
Hundreds of council-owned properties could be sold off as the cash-strapped local authority looks to claw back £45 million in savings.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has applied for a licence to serve alcohol at its city centre offices.
A north-east oil and gas exploration firm has submitted a building warrant to move into a prominent Aberdeen office block.
The Salvation Army will perform for Christmas shoppers tomorrow evening. The event kicks off at 6pm at Marischal Square. Lord Provost Barney Crockett, in his role as the Lord-Lieutenant, will be there with vice Lord-Lieutenant Andrew Lawtie and the Deputy Lieutenants.
An accountancy firm has confirmed it will be moving its Aberdeen office into Marischal Square
As part of its Christmas appeal, Original 106 and CFINE are asking for donations of a range of items.
A Harris hawk is being trained to help scare seagulls away from Aberdeen city centre.
Council bosses are on the hunt for potential suppliers to deliver a new bike hire scheme in Aberdeen.
Business leaders in the north-east must “keep their foot on the gas” it has been claimed, as new figures show investment in the north-east is on the rise.
One of the world’s biggest professional services firms is to move its Aberdeen business from the west end into new offices in the heart of the city.
With the Oor Wullie auction in the pipeline, one statue has headed for a day out at Offshore Europe.
A falcon was captured in a striking image hunting its prey... in Aberdeen city centre.
A radio station has made its first broadcast from its new home.
The Duchess of Rothesay this afternoon visited the Evening Express newsroom in Aberdeen city centre.
Dozens of children have lined up to show off their cheeky grins as part of the Evening Express Little Leopards competition.
An ice cream created for the Evening Express Little Leopards competition has proved a mouthwatering hit with youngsters.
Due to popular demand: Next week we will be at the Trinity Centre from Monday June 24 until Saturday June 29 from 10am-4pm
An opposition councillor has today said he is “anxious” to assess the condition of Aberdeen's historic Provost Skene’s House.
Youngsters from across the north-east have had their photographs taken on the first day of the Evening Express Little Leopards competition.
Babies and toddlers across the north-east are getting their best smiles ready for the Evening Express Little Leopards competition.
Council bosses are in the process of appointing a contractor to transform one of Aberdeen’s oldest buildings into a tourist attraction.
Plans to reopen one of Aberdeen’s oldest buildings as a museum featuring a Hall of Heroes have taken a major step forward.
Aberdeen residents will have one last chance to shop as part of the Christmas Village this weekend.
A major firm has been confirmed as the latest to sign-up for Aberdeen's Marischal Square development.
An iconic Aberdeen sculpture has lit up red to commemorate the centenary of the First World War Armistice.
We're on the hunt for the best pictures of Aberdeen's new fountain.
The water fountain at the heart of Aberdeen's Broad Street has been officially switched on.