The People’s Champion prize at the Star Awards went to Woodside School crossing patroller Bill Esslemont.
New concept designs for a major Aberdeen street project have been unveiled to the public.
Ambitious designs drawn up to improve the Tillydrone and Woodside areas will be showcased at an event later this month.
A man has been arrested following alleged road traffic offences in Aberdeen.
Almost 1,300 residents took part in a consultation to revamp two areas of Aberdeen.
Plans are being drawn up to open more innovative projects to battle food poverty after the success of a new scheme.
An innovative project to battle food poverty in Aberdeen has reached capacity in just two months.
A post office has been hailed as a “lifeline service” after it reopened in an Aberdeen community.
Conceptional plans for an Aberdeen street design project have been showcased to the public.
An innovative Aberdeen food project is set to expand after a successful first six weeks.
An Evening Express bingo player has struck it lucky landing £500 in our competition.
Residents in an Aberdeen community have spoken of their shock after a man was killed in a house fire.
Ambitious plans to redesign the streets in an Aberdeen community are to go on public display.
Fountain and Fersands Community Project held a public meeting yesterday at the Woodside Fountain Centre, in the wake of news that it could face a cut of £91,000 to its budget.
An Aberdeen charity has asked for more time to repair an ailing play park – to make it even better.
An Aberdeen care home for older people with mental health problems provides a calm and welcoming environment, inspectors have said.
Community groups in three areas of Aberdeen are asked to put forward ideas that could see cash handed out.
An Aberdeen social enterprise has launched an appeal for volunteers to drive its tuk-tuk service.
A programme which has helped hundreds of people in Aberdeen secure a job is open for eligible residents.
A convicted killer, who stabbed his best friend to death in an Aberdeen flat, claimed £34,334 to cover his legal fees.
Residents in an Aberdeen sheltered-housing complex today hit out at the council after being ordered to take down their Christmas decorations for health and safety reasons.
A new scheme aimed at removing the “stigma” from foodbanks is to be launched in the north-east this month.
An Aberdeen church has celebrated its 200th anniversary.
A programme which has helped hundreds of people in Aberdeen secure a job could be extended for another four years.
An Aberdeen graduate used the study of theatre to help boost her confidence.
Aberdeen City Council is looking at ways of giving extra support to jobseekers in Middlefield, Woodside, Tillydrone, Torry and Seaton.
An art project, a sanitary product scheme and a community growing pilot have all been highlighted for helping boost regeneration in Aberdeen communities
An Aberdeen football pitch is set to stay out of action for several months to allow the surface to recover after repairs to a sinkhole.
Residents of two Aberdeen communities are being urged to take part in a design scheme to help connect them.
New figures have revealed a 15-year life expectancy gap between Aberdeen communities less than five miles apart.