Julia Bryce talks to bakers from across Scotland to get a taste of what they are up against.
These carved stone balls are a selection of the 15 in the Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum’s collection.
A map of Scotland’s ancient Egyptian collections has been redrawn following a review which charted a treasure trove of objects around the country.
The firm has committed to introducing smart tickets and a green travel campaign to help reduce emissions
Aberdeen passengers denied trips to Northern Isles as ferry firm cracks down on non-essential travel
Aberdeen travellers could be denied trips to the Northern Isles as Serco NorthLink Ferries cracks down on non-essential travel.
Work has begun on a 30-tonne wave machine which is scheduled to be deployed in Orkney this autumn.
Passengers on ferries sailing from Aberdeen to Shetland and Orkney will be treated to a new series of on-board safety announcements.
Aberdeenshire has been listed as the fourth best place in Scotland to be a girl.
The first part of a new fundraising art trail which will light up the north-east has been decorated.
Two cases of measles have been confirmed following ferry journeys between Aberdeen and Shetland.
The north-east will be lit up next year in aid of a leading cancer charity.
A project to build the world’s “most powerful” floating tidal turbine has been awarded £3.4 million of Scottish Government funding.
Every week our new series focuses on different hidden gems in the collections of the Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum and Aberdeen City & Aberdeenshire Archives
An Aberdeen-based children's charity has joined forces with a jewellery designer to create a new line of exclusive pieces.
Patients in the north-east waiting for elective surgeries could be offered space at an island hospital to speed up the process.
An Aberdeen university is set to offer apprenticeships to remote students.
A north-east cancer charity has encouraged residents to support its shops during the festive period.
An investigation is under way after a north-east man died in a motorcycle crash.
A north-east motorcyclist has died after a crash in Orkney.
Archaeologists have discovered the hand and knee prints of a Pictish metal smith while excavating a settlement in Orkney.
A health chief has moved to reassure staff they will not be forced to work outside the north-east.
A cruise ship bound for Aberdeen from Amsterdam will be the first to dock at a new £350 million harbour, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Microsoft has sunk a data centre off the coast of Orkney to create quicker and “eco-friendly” internet.
A newly-appointed bishop – the first ever female to hold the role in the Scottish Episcopal Church – has said she would like to see more women elected.
Shoppers in search of their caffeine fix will now be able to help the parents of sick youngsters from as far away as Orkney and Shetland, thanks to a new pilot initiative by a North-east children’s charity.
A charity trail across Aberdeen and the North-east has been officially launched.
A diver missing for more than 10 hours in the sea off Orkney has been found.
A ferry had to return to port for repairs after windows were damaged in extreme weather.
A remote Scottish island with a population of just 60 people has put an advert out for a new nurse.