Volvo is deploying an over-the-air update for its electric XC40 Recharge, bringing a range of upgrades for its first fully electric vehicle.
An art project and walking trail celebrating one of Aberdeen’s most famous sons would attract visitors from all over the world, a local councillor has claimed.
Triumph has revised its Bonneville range for 2021, bringing a more efficient engine and enhanced handling.
Nissan has launched its third-generation Qashqai, bringing a whole new take on its popular crossover.
A north-east MSP has lodged a petition with the Scottish Government after it overturned a decision to reject plans for Rubislaw Quarry.
What is it? It seems difficult to imagine the popularity of the SUV faltering. Certainly, with manufacturers seemingly releasing a new high-riding car every other week, it reflects an overwhelming appetite for SUVs. The Volkswagen Tiguan has shared more than its fair share of this success, too, with more than six million units shifted worldwide since its release back in 2007.
MV Agusta has announced a revised version of its Dragster RR motorcycle.
Residents of an Aberdeen community have set up a campaign against a proposed energy transition zone.
The curator of a popular north-east museum is stepping down from his role after spending most of his career working at the tourist attraction.
A bit of nip-tuck goes a long way, particularly in the motoring world. Manufacturers often choose to give a ‘facelift’ to their cars mid-way through their lifecycle in order to revitalise interest and, as a result, boost sales.
Transport chiefs have been urged to extend a consultation over a major north-east road improvement project over fears some residents could be left out.
A group of politicians were to meet the boss of a heritage body over the controversial decision to list eight of Aberdeen’s high-rise buildings.
New figures show the number of people receiving Universal Credit in Aberdeen rose by more than 150% in the space of a year.
Mini has remodelled its hatchback line-up, bringing in a complete styling revamp as well as a variety of technology upgrades.
Union chiefs have called for standardised Covid-19 testing following an outbreak on board a North Sea platform.
Measures to ensure continued clinical services at an Aberdeen GP practice will begin next month.
Council bosses are in talks with Aberdeen FC in a bid to make them abandon plans for a new stadium at Kingsford and instead relocate to the site of a former city hotel at the beach, the Evening Express can reveal.
A contraflow will be in place for around three days on a major Aberdeen road.
Rail bosses are facing a backlash after part of a north-east bridge collapsed less than a mile from the site of last year's fatal derailment.
A trade union says the situation on Scotland’s railways is “becoming terrifying” after part of a bridge collapsed approximately one mile from the site of the Stonehaven train derailment.
Five schools, three community centres and a church – along with a major events venue – are among the sites in the north-east which will open their doors to administer Covid-19 vaccinations.
Energy giant Shell has announced hundreds of jobs will go in the north-east as part of "global restructuring".
Health bosses have revealed plans for a crisis-hit Aberdeen medical centre to continue providing services.
Businesses in the north-east will have access to further funding, with council chiefs set to dish out a six-figure sum.
Hundreds of children were admitted to hospitals in the north-east after overdosing on painkillers in the last four years – putting them at risk of life-threatening complications.
Dozens of staff and inmates have been affected by an outbreak of Covid-19 at a north-east jail.
Councillors have slammed those responsible for graffiti across Aberdeen after it emerged more than £100,000 of public money has been spent cleaning it up in the last year.
Aberdeen high-rise residents left without hot water after energy centre ‘struggled to cope’ with demand
Residents of an Aberdeen high-rise were left without hot water after an energy centre "struggled to cope" with demand due to the cold weather.
Aberdeen had the highest rate of malicious calls to the fire service in Scotland last year, with almost 7% of reports found to be hoaxes.
Police in the north-east recorded dozens of incidents of animal cruelty over the last three years, new figures have revealed.