Four north-east men have taken on a gruelling cycling challenge in order to raise money for charity.
A north-east schoolgirl is taking on a 100 mile cycling challenge - despite only learning how to ride her bike two weeks before.
An Aberdeen student has secured a million-dollar book deal with her debut novel.
More than £9,000 has been raised through a crowdfunder to save three of Aberdeen's nightspots.
A vintage event inspired by a north-east railway line is set to take place at an Aberdeen charity shop.
Hundreds of north-east youngsters have taken part in an online concert which will be aired next month.
Thousands of people across Scotland donned their best tartan and walking boots to complete the virtual Kiltwalk at the weekend.
Aberdeenshire's Lord Provost has sent a message of thanks and praise to staff at the local authority for their commitment to communities throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
Councillors have urged residents in an Aberdeen community to make their views on proposed Spaces for People measures known to the council.
Health teams have joined up with north-east education bosses to provide Covid-19 support to schools.
People living in the north-east are being encouraged to make their views known about policing in their area.
Aberdeen University is to offer the first Scottish university-certified training programme for expert witnesses.
An Aberdeen children's charity has today issued a second emergency fundraiser appeal to support its vital services.
Aberdeenshire Council hopes to construct four three-bedroom flats and six one-bedroom flats at the site of the depot in King Street, Huntly.
The number of cases of coronavirus may have dropped again in the north-east but a health boss has warned the situation remains "fragile".
A north-east lifeboat was called out to help a fishing vessel that had lost power.
A north-east woman who created a support group after having a liver transplant has shared her story to mark Organ Transplant Week.
The Healthy Hoose is to restart its services in an Aberdeen centre next month.
Information boards celebrating the first aircraft crossing of the North Sea have been installed in both Aberdeenshire and Norway.
More than 1,400 babies were born in the north-east during a three-month period in lockdown, statistics have shown.
An Aberdeen man has been given a long service award after reaching 35 years with a popular chip shop.
Midwife bereavement services across Scotland have been dubbed a "postcode lottery", although the north-east is well cared for.
Two men have been arrested and charged in relation to alleged thefts from a north-east caravan park.
An Aberdeen bar owner has hit out over delays to outdoor licensing.
A forum set up for a north-east town earlier this year has been hailed a success.
Planning appeal decisions on major Aberdeen projects have been delayed due to the lockdown hampering site visits.
A north-east lifeboat crew has been called out to assist a vessel.
Emergency services were called to attend a crash on an Aberdeen road this evening.
A cancer charity is to open the doors to its north-east centres on an appointment-only basis.
A hotel boss has said the inclusion of the site on a list of Covid-19 safe venues is down to the "strenuous" efforts of its team.