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Evening Express Aberdeen Newspaper
The Evening Express Aberdeen local newspaper news stories articles features crossword:
Evening Express Aberdeen Newspaper costs 45pence and is available Monday through to Saturday. It has something for everyone
- local Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire news, International and National news, bingo, sports, Sudoku, crosswords, horoscopes, weather, etc.
Evening Express Aberdeen Newspaper is part of the Aberdeen Journals which is owned by DC Thomson & Co Ltd. They are based at Lang Stracht, Mastrick, Aberdeen and also
produce the Press & Journal, Aberdeen Citizen and Scot-ads. DC Thomson & Co Ltd was founded in 1905. DC Thomson & Co Ltd also produces the Beano comic and other newspapers such as The Courier, The Evening Telegraph, Sunday Post and the Weekly News.
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The Evening Express newspaper was first published in November 1879 and today has a readership of 181,000 adults every week, the Evening Express reaches 58% of the total population of the key region.
Columnists For The Evening Express
Columnists for the Evening Express Aberdeen newspaper include Big Brother winner Cameron Stout, Maureen Simpson (Mo Simpson), BBC Scotland weather presenter Cat Cubie,
Scott Begbie and Frank Gilfeather. To read the biography of Cameron Stout click here.
For those interested in Aberdeen's history and past events there is a daily old photos and news stories page called Past Life!
Evening Express Supplements
A motoring section appears each Tuesday and Thursday with details of new cars and second hand cars for sale.
School news appears each Tuesday and Thursday in the Evening Express Aberdeen Newspaper.
The Evening Express jobs section appears every Wednesday.
The Green Final supplement is with the Wednesday paper and contains a round up and stories about Aberdeenshire
sporting and football events.
Thursday's Evening Express paper has the What's On Entertainment Guide which has an eating out guide, concert and theatre events,
Aberdeen cinema listing and club guide.
The homes section is on a Friday with a listing of rental properties and properties to buy.
The Saturday Evening Express paper has the week's television listings for all channels, including STV and Satellite TV.
The Saturday Weekend Supplement, called Saturday Life, contains Aberdeen cinema listings, film and DVD reviews, TV programme previews,
celebrity interviews, restaurant reviews, recipes, wine recommendations and book reviews.
Other supplements in the Aberdeen Evening Express newspaper includes fashion and beauty life on a Monday and Healthy Life, which includes an ask our GP section, on a Tuesday.
Daily News From The Evening Express
Each day there is an events listing for the forthcoming days.
Births, deaths, announcements and in memoriam listings appear daily.
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Celebrity birthdays appear each day along with Russell Grant's stars horoscopes and a daily famous person quotes.
Houses and flats for rent in the Aberdeen area appears most days along with a classified section for buying and selling
second hand goods. Professional services and local tradesmen are also listed.
The day's TV and satellite listings appear in the centre pages.
Readers are invited to write into the Evening Express paper and some letters appear in each day's Readers' Letters page.
There is a daily crossword and word puzzles.
The back pages have a daily sports roundup.
Contact Address, Telephone Number And Website For The Evening Express
The Evening Express
Aberdeen Journals Ltd
Tel: Tel: 01224 690222
Fax: 01224 663575
Press and Journal
The Press and Journal is the Aberdeen newspaper that is published each weekday and Saturday morning. It has a long history in the North East of Scotland and was first published as a weekly title on 29 December 1747 when it was known as The Aberdeenís Journal.
It continued to be published on a weekly basis for 128 years until August 1876. I then became a daily newspaper. In November 1922 the paper was renamed The Aberdeen Press & Journal when its parent firm joined forces with the Free Press. The Press and Journal, often called the P&J, is a broadsheet style paper rather than a tabloid style like the Evening Express Aberdeen newspaper. A compact edition of the P&J is printed on a Saturday.
The Press and Journal produces 7 geographic editions every day in order to best serve the population of Scotland and publishes a wide variety of supplements to appeal to differing tastes. Like the EE Paper is includes a mixture of local, national and international news and sport.
The daily readership of the Press and Journal is 138,000 with a circulation of 72,767. Visit the Press and Journal website at www.pressandjournal.co.uk
Aberdeen Citizen is published each Wednesday and is a free weekly newspaper which provides community news alongside advertising space. The Aberdeen Citizen has a distribution of 67,106 with an average issue readership of 83,000.
Scot-Ads is a free ads publication for those buying or selling and has an average of 30.500 private ads. Scot-Ads launched in December 1994 and there are now four editions covering most of Scotland:
For more information about these four North East of Scotland publications visit their website at www.scot-ads.com
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There is sometimes auction of local services and goods in the bid 4 it pages. This includes cars, hotel accomodation, meals out and kilts.
Previous columnists for the Evening Express Aberdeen newspaper included former Miss UK and model Nicola Jolly, journalist Jonathan Lee and
writer Susan Welsh. Margaret Farquhar, Aberdeen's former Lord Provost, used to write about modern life and related it to how things were in the