The number of Brits willing to buy a car they haven’t seen first has fallen since last year, according to new research.
Aberdeen University fertility experts are calling for feedback from couples who have used an online tool to calculate their predicted chances of having a baby following IVF treatment.
Two thirds of Brits have admitted that they will be actively avoiding public transport when they travel to work again, according to new research.
RE the survey which found Scots are still uncomfortable about returning to pubs and restaurants, how can the response of 1,000 people fully reflect a population of approx 5.4 million?
Phase two. A milestone that so many of us have been waiting for, in particular people who have been shielding and those who live alone. Read the latest from Superintendent Kate Stephen
The majority of motorists in England aren’t planning to drive to see friends and family despite new lockdown rules, according to the RAC.
A charity CEO explains why more than a million Scots are sobering up during lockdown, while the owner of the country's first alcohol-free brewery talks about the growing popularity of alcohol substitutes.
North-east residents are being encouraged to complete a survey by Police Scotland.
The Scottish Government is encouraging north-east residents to complete a survey on how to overcome the challenges faced in the coming months.
Around one in five people are unsure whether they would get a coronavirus vaccine if it becomes available, according to research.
A union chief hit out at Aberdeen City Council after a survey suggested stress among staff is at an “all time high”.
A survey is being carried out into the future of policing in the north-east.
Residents in the north-east are being reminded to take their chance to give their views on policing.
Consultations are under way which could see the introduction of a new fixed-term rent policy.
According to the survey, sitting with people you don’t like is the biggest office frustration.
An Aberdeen organisation is encouraging members of the public to give their views on shaping future activities.
From stunning scenery, striking architecture, beautiful coastlines, fantastic local businesses to a bustling arts and entertainment offering, as well as so much more, we believe the north-east has a lot to be proud of.
Nearly two in three parents of children with autism and additional support needs feel their child had not reached their “fullest potential” in school, a new survey has revealed.
A survey seeking the views of Aberdeenshire residents to identify their travel priorities and preferences has been launched.
The Evening Express wants your opinion on our sports pages.
Technical advisers have agreed to carry out daily surveys at a junction on the new Aberdeen bypass where drivers have faced delays.
Time is running out for the public to have their say on a popular library archive.
What was your wedding like?
Nearly 100% of respondents to a study have thrown their weight behind skate park plans.
Members of the public are being asked for their views to help shape the future of recycling and waste services in the north-east.
Almost 90% of NHS Grampian patients rate their overall experience positively, according to a new survey.
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More people in the north-east would change their vote from leave to remain than vice-versa, according to a new survey by the Evening Express.
We've launched a new survey to gauge the feeling of the people in the north-east on Brexit.
A north-east sport centre’s survey to help secure a funding application to build three new indoor tennis centres has received more than 100 responses.