NHS Grampian is within reach of meeting a national target for children and young people requiring mental health support, new figures show.
Aberdeen International Airport’s managing director estimated passenger numbers could be 10% to 20% down in the “coming weeks”, in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
The Scottish Government is still “awaiting clarity” on the future of the Erasmus European study abroad programme in the wake of Brexit, Scotland’s higher education minister has said.
A torchlit vigil was held outside Marischal College in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen teacher has received a prestigious award for her work in promoting a Fairtrade cotton school uniform.
NHS Grampian could soon become one of only three mainland health boards to meet a national target for children and young people requiring mental health support.
Pub managers across the city have called for licensed premises to open later this Christmas Eve.
There is still time to attend one of a series of focus groups set up to discuss upcoming changes to early learning and childcare services in the city.
North-east council bosses will ask the Scottish and UK Governments for extra cash to repair storm-damaged bridges in Aberdeenshire.
A rededication service will be held to pay tribute to 19 soldiers from the city who volunteered to fight against fascism during the Spanish Civil War.
A total of 19 schools in Aberdeenshire will be over capacity in four years, figures released by the local authority reveal.
Conservation bosses have been accused of “interference” by city council leaders after moving to grant listed building status to eight city high-rises.
More than 80% of people who attended Aberdeen Royal Infirmary’s emergency department were seen or assessed in four hours, new figures have shown.
NHS Grampian has the second-lowest rate of adults registered with an NHS dentist in Scotland, new figures have shown.
NHS Grampian is managing to “recruit easily” to posts within its Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, despite previous challenges, its clinical director has claimed.
More than 86% of people were seen within four hours at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, new figures have shown.
Councillors have agreed unanimously to consult the public on plans for rezoning of two Aberdeen schools.
Staff from Aberdeen City Council are to look to Germany to gain inspiration on how to deliver outdoor learning to kids in the city.
Plans to build an affordable housing development in the city have been recommended for refusal.
Councillors have been urged to reject proposals for a new 21-bed care home.
Decisions will be made next week on how more than £300,000 of funding awarded to coastal communities in the north-east should be spent.
Plans have been approved to clean the granite on Aberdeen’s A-listed Music Hall.
Councillors have been asked to agree to contacting the Scottish Government to explore the potential for additional financial assistance to repair storm damaged bridges.
A north-east beauty queen who took home £40,000 on ITV’s The Chase today said she was proud to have “dispelled stereotypes”.
Lane closures will be in place on a major Aberdeen road tomorrow while work is carried out to install superfast fibre.
The contractor behind the multi-million-pound renovation of Aberdeen’s Provost Skene’s House is working to mitigate construction work delays, a new report has revealed.
The construction of a new incinerator remains "on schedule", according to a new Council report.
Councillors have approved plans for a north-east boxing club to move into a former storage unit.
An action plan has been created to help Aberdeen reach a goal of zero new HIV transmissions and zero HIV-related deaths by 2030.
The benefits of a career in air traffic control have “flown under the radar” for some time, according to the man who heads up the unit in Aberdeen.