A flood alert has been put in place for Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
Businesses in Aberdeen which were forced to close by the local lockdown are being urged to apply for support by today's 5pm deadline.
Duthie Park is Aberdeen's playground, a place for people to relax, play, exercise and enjoy a green oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the busy Granite City streets.
Nicola Sturgeon considers travel ban to the Highlands as she tells those in the Central Belt not to head north
Nicola Sturgeon is considering a Highland travel ban for those living in areas of high Covid-19 prevalence in the central belt, it has emerged.
‘I’m sorry to all the people we messed about’: North-east health chief apologises over flu jab fiasco
Health chiefs in the north-east have apologised after this year's flu vaccination programme was beset by problems.
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.
REGIONAL BREAKDOWN: 1,429 new Covid-19 cases confirmed in past 24 hours, with 42 of them in the north-east
A further 42 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in the north-east in the past 24 hours, according to the latest Scottish Government statistics.
Police have issued a warning following a crackdown on drugs onboard ferries travelling to Aberdeen.
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Queen’s Birthday Honours: Former chief executive of Scottish Fishermen’s Federation Bertie Armstrong awarded OBE
The former chief executive of the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation Bertie Armstrong said he was “absolutely thrilled” to learn he would be made an OBE for services to the industry.
A former Scottish Football Association president was given an OBE.
Queen’s Birthday Honours: Former north-east volunteer fireman John Anderson awarded BEM for work in community during Covid-19 pandemic
John Anderson, from Fraserburgh, has been given a BEM in recognition of his services to the community during the Covid-19 response.
The north-east's recently retired top cop has been honoured with the Queen’s Police Service Medal (QPM), the highest honour awarded for policing service.
Professor Zygmunt Krukowski, Her Majesty's former surgeon, has been named Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO).
A north-east mother has been recognised for raising thousands of pounds for RNLI crew across the region
A leading domestic abuse campaigner has been recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours this year.
Council leaders have ordered a review into social distancing measures installed across Aberdeen, the Evening Express can reveal today.
This fantastic work of art was created at Aberdeen Beach this morning to mark Clean Air Day.
Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to use any time bought by the introduction of tough new coronavirus restrictions this week to strengthen Scotland's testing network and increase capacity.
Police have apologised after they told the wrong family their teenage son had died in a horrific crash.
‘Stoma surgery saved my life’: Aberdeen mum tells of battle with invisible illness on World Ostomy Day
Ulcerative colitis, dubbed an invisible illness, leaves sufferers – while seemingly fine on the outside – experiencing excruciating pain.
More than 700 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in the last 24 hours.
‘Why did Stonehaven flood again?’ Campaigners accuse agencies of ‘hiding behind Covid’ over flash flooding
A north-east community group claims they have been “badly let down” since their town was hit by flash flooding.
A speeding drink driver who killed a pensioner at a bus stop is appealing the length of his 23-year road ban.
Peterhead FC have started disciplinary proceedings with defender Gary MacKenzie after an incident at a north-east hotel last weekend.
An Aberdeen charity has given its top tips on furlough resilience to help people in the north-east due to the scheme coming to an end next month.
Aberdeenshire Council would like to thank those who participated in the public consultation on the South Aberdeenshire Harbour Improvement Plan.
Proposals for a new gate at an A-listed north-east castle have won the backing of planners.