New NHS figures show 89% of people admitted into accident and emergency across the region were attended to within four hours.
Residents of an Aberdeen care home are supported with all aspects of their care, a report has said.
An award-winning dementia-friendly disco is set to take place at Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom for the first time.
A supermarket chain will offer a “quieter hour” at its stores in the north-east for customers who struggle with noise sensitivity.
A union boss said Aberdeen airport staff were “rightly recognised” when a last-minute pay offer led to the calling off of “needless” strike action.
Young people at an Aberdeen care home enjoy spending time with staff who “knew them well and were genuinely interested in their wellbeing”.
A bid has been made to turn a former north-east industrial unit into a fitness studio.
A man who was stabbed nine times as he fought off terrorists with just a police baton has called on Aberdeen people to nominate an unsung hero.
Staff have bid a fond farewell to a beloved city school as it closed its doors for the last time after more than 90 years.
The owner of a popular Aberdeen eatery told how a government-backed programme helped her start her career.
It is one of the most vital places within the health service, but for most people it remains a mystery.
An NHS Grampian boss today told of the challenges facing the health service – and what the future holds for it.
NHS 70: It was ‘just another day’ for pioneering MRI scanner team as they made a breakthrough in history of medical science
One of the most revolutionary pieces of medical equipment was pioneered under NHS Grampian almost 40 years ago.
They are the dedicated staff who have worked tirelessly to make sure patients receive the best healthcare possible.
An Aberdeen woman who suffered an internal decpitation in a road crash has sung the praises of medical staff who helped her recover.
An Aberdeen musician who battled cancer today praised the NHS and its staff.
An Aberdeen woman has expressed her gratitude to the staff that went “above and beyond the call of duty” for her grandfather.
Aberdeen stores are teaming up to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service.
Traffic restrictions will be put in place to allow work to take place as part of a multi-million-pound project.
A children's charity has said its Aberdeen counsellors have handled more than 200 calls from youngsters who feel isolated.
A new housing development consisting of 40 homes could be built in Aberdeen.
Robert Gordon Park made history in the early hours of July 5 1948, after he became the first baby to be born under the new National Health Service in Grampian.
A north-east man has died following a crash on a Dutch motorway.
A north-east beer festival is toasting success after 5,500 visitors helped raise more than £29,000 for local good causes.
Tinderbox conditions saw more than 50 firefighters battling a gorse blaze beside a golf course.
A call has been made for aspiring north-east authors to submit their work to a national creative writing competition.
Fire services are in attendance at a blaze at former Aberdeen school.
Emergency services are at the scene after a vehicle overturned at a busy Aberdeen roundabout this afternoon.
Emergency services are currently in attendance at a north-east gorse fire.
A new programme to help people affected by cancer stay moving has launched in the city.