An industry chief has joined calls for long-term support from the UK Government for the oil and gas sector.
An Aberdeen MP has called on the UK Chancellor to put an oil and gas sector deal at the forefront of his economic statement when it is announced today.
Residents of a city community have spoken of their anger and fears over the uncertain future of one of the area's few green spaces.
The number of people claiming Universal Credit in the north-east has risen by more than 80% in two months, new statistics show.
Aberdeen MP urges council to put potential train station at ‘forefront’ of decision on homes development
An Aberdeen MP has called on council bosses to put a potential railway station "at the forefront of any determination" regarding proposals for a new housing development in a city suburb.
‘Such a mess’: Oil and gas industry divided by ‘ridiculous’ UK Government coronavirus quarantine rule
North-east oil and gas workers have hit out at "ridiculous" Covid-19 quarantine rules that have made a section of the industry "second-class citizens".
‘We have the three things Japanese tourists want’: Provost says north-east can benefit from ‘historic economic link’ with Japan
The north-east could benefit from its "historic economic link" to Japan, Aberdeen's Lord Provost has said as the UK begins talks on a post-Brexit trade deal.
An Aberdeen MP has called on government ministers to deny financial support to individuals and firms based in “tax havens” during the coronavirus pandemic.
An Aberdeen MP has called for action after concerns were raised about delays in processing Universal Credit claims.
An Aberdeen care centre that helps those with brain injuries and the terminally ill could be forced to shut its doors as it comes to grips with a multi-million-pound cash crisis.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak warned of ‘mass redundancies’ in oil and gas sector unless Treasury intervenes
The UK could “sleepwalk” into “mass redundancies” in the oil and gas industry unless Chancellor Rishi Sunak takes urgent action, MPs have warned.
An Aberdeen by-election has been officially postponed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Local authority returning officers will now have the power to postpone by-elections.
The former leader of the SNP group on Aberdeen City Council has stepped down from his role, a by-election to replace him will held on May 14.
A north-east MP says the UK Government’s decision to continue the HS2 rail project would spell “economic disaster” for Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen MP has pledged his commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day.
The new leader of the Aberdeen SNP group has been elected.
The north-east’s winning election candidates today give Evening Express readers their thoughts on a hard-fought campaign, the dramatic result – and the issues facing their communities.
Councillors have gone head to head in a long-running row over changes to the state pension age.
Senior politicians have descended on the north-east as the battle for Aberdeen South heats up, with just days left in the campaign.
Nursery pupils could be forced to move into temporary accommodation if work to build a raft of extensions is not complete by August.
Aberdeen South is regarded by many as one to watch in the upcoming General Election.
Council leaders have been urged to “come clean” on whether they will remove an Aberdeen councillor embroiled in an anti-Semitism storm from a high-profile role.
Aberdeen City Council’s SNP group leader says his party will not “take anything for granted” in next month’s general election, despite a convincing by-election victory in the city.
A community champion has thrown down the gauntlet for would-be MPs to visit a social hub.
A call has been made for Aberdeen City Council to declare it has “no confidence” in Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Bosses of the Christmas Village have reassured councillors visitor numbers provided for last year’s event are accurate.
The group leader of the SNP in Aberdeen has called on the Scottish Labour leader to banish nine suspended councillors from the party “for good”.
An Aberdeen health centre is counting the cost after vandals smashed its back door and pulled down its drain pipes.
Community groups and trade unions across Aberdeen have spoken of their “shock” after being told the city faces cuts of up to £50 million.