Union Street's Trinity Centre and the surrounding areas have gone through many changes over the years.
Two new restaurants will open their doors later this month at one of Aberdeen's most prestigious buildings.
Shops in Aberdeen city centre have come and gone over the past few decades. We’ve had a look back through our archives and found these old shopfronts, but question is, how many of them do you recognise?
A teenager has been charged after a man was assaulted in Aberdeen city centre.
Plans have been lodged to convert city-centre offices into a block of flats.
A historic booklet which celebrates the opening of one of Aberdeen's former movie theatres has been donated to archives.
A man cleared of raping a woman in the toilet of a restaurant has described the verdict as “a weight lifted off his shoulders”.
A man accused of raping a woman in an Aberdeen restaurant has told a court she led him by the hand to a toilet cubicle for sex.
Customers have expressed their sadness after Toni & Guy announced they will close their Aberdeen city centre salon today.
Mark Caine is on trial at the High Court in Aberdeen, accused of pulling the woman into a toilet cubicle in the former Cinnamon restaurant in Union Street and assaulting her.
A blue Ford Mondeo crashed into three stationary vehicles on Union Street, Rosehearty, at 12.30am yesterday.
Mark Caine, 40, is alleged to have committed the offence on February 12 last year at Cinnamon restaurant on Union Street.
A number of roads are set to close next month as the Granite City welcomes the Great Aberdeen Run once more.
Plans have been submitted to refurbish an Aberdeen city centre building.
The 39-year-old struck the man on the body, causing him to fall to the ground and punched him on the head.
An Aberdeen restaurant was forced to close last night after encountering problems with its extractor fan.
Aberdeen's Union Street is home to a large selection of pubs, restaurants and shops, many of which have changed faces over the years.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Aberdeen to show their support for the “huge sacrifices” made by the armed forces.
Plans have been lodged to turn an Aberdeen shoe shop into a restaurant.
More than 1,000 serving, veteran and cadet force personnel paraded through the city centre today to mark Armed Forces Day.
Anton Reilly, 27, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court where he pled guilty to dangerous driving as well as failing to stop after an accident.
A man has died after an incident in Aberdeen city centre.
Hopeful parents and toddlers turned out at a city shopping centre to be in with a chance of winning the Evening Express Little Leopards competition.
George Walker, 43, lashed out after the employee at Poundland on Union Street would not let him leave the store on January 2.
One of the UK’s largest independent toy retailers has opened its latest store in the heart of Aberdeen.
If you’re on the search for a property located within close proximity to the city centre, then this Union Street flat is worth considering.
A bar operator today said the city centre was “imploding” as a shut down – with bosses blaming an increase in venues opening later and high business rates.
An Aberdeen thug who stabbed a man who refused to give him a cigarette has been jailed.
Plans have been approved to turn former bank offices into nine flats.
An Aberdeen bakery store has undergone a major refurbishment.