Last week, we reached the 100 day mark of lockdown. A great deal can happen during such a significant period of time – and particularly during a public health crisis which locked our country down overnight.
Thousands of people watched the first Scottish Agricultural Show to be held online.
A number of domestic and international routes are set to relaunch at Aberdeen International Airport this week including flights to Poland and Spain.
A north-east family are receiving therapeutic clown support for their young boy thanks to funding from the National Lottery.
A teenager has admitted carrying out a terrifying robbery at a petrol station after tying up a member of staff and threatening him with a baseball bat.
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Police have created a video to show school children a day in the life of an officer fighting crime on the streets of the north-east.
A jailed former football coach was imprisoned for a further four years today after more victims emerged.
As restrictions to deal with coronavirus were introduced, day-to-day life as we know it drastically and quickly changed.
A teenager serving time for participating in a brutal attempted murder bid has failed in a bid to have his conviction quashed.
A blogger accused of contempt of court during the recent Alex Salmond trial wants his hearing conducted in a physical court room.
MSP Richard Lochhead has called on the UK and Scottish Government to support the north-east to limit economic damage and prevent large scale job losses.
North-east magician Dean Spruce has been brightening up lockdown for north-east schools, nurseries and charities with some spell-binding videos of routines.
An Aberdeen man with an attempted murder conviction and links to a notorious outlaw bike gang is launching a legal battle in Scotland’s appeal court.
Volunteers at a unique north-east summer attraction remain “hopeful” they can welcome swimmers this season.
A north-east teenager serving time for participating in a brutal attempted murder bid is a victim of a miscarriage of justice, a court has heard.
A gamekeeper carried a missing north east man to safety on his quad bike after finding him in the hills.
Kindness is always important - but never more so in these days of lockdown, writes Partnerships Inspector Ian McKinnon of the North East Division,
More than 1,000 protective visors have been created and distributed to key workers by staff at colleges across the north-east.
A family-run Indian restaurant has been delivering free food to key workers during the lockdown.
Construction will resume on Aberdeen University’s new £35 million science building next month.
A former north-east football coach who is serving a jail sentence for child abuse has admitted sex crimes against a further two boys.
A primary school, inspired by the heroic efforts of Captain Tom Moore, has raised more than £2,500 for Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Superintendent Kate Stephen has appealed to north-east residents to continue adhering to lockdown rules to help save lives during the extension in Scotland.
A pint-sized postie has been joining Royal Mail staff on their rounds in Alford to help spread smiles throughout the Aberdeenshire community.
A north-east volunteer group which has been working tirelessly to help the vulnerable during lockdown has put out an appeal for food tubs.
‘I love you, this is crazy’ – North-east postman’s last text to fiancee before dying from suspected Covid-19
A “strong, fit and healthy” postman texted his fiancee saying “I love you, this is crazy” just 30 minutes before he died from suspected coronavirus.
A north-east councillor has praised the efforts of devoted volunteers across the north-east as they help the fight against coronavirus.
Organistations in the north-east can apply for funding for community projects which help protect coasts and waterways across the region.
Inspectors have praised senior staff at a school for providing “strong leadership” to help improve education.