Work to fix an Aberdeen footpath is to be carried out this week, after bad flooding in August caused significant damage.
"Dae fit yer telt. I ken we're a' scunnered but if we dinnae act now, well Christmas is scuppered. "Keep yer hands clean, wi water and soap and far ye can, bide awa fae ither folk."
Two north-east MSPs have welcomed news that the first Covid-19 vaccines could be given as early as next month in Scotland.
The city council aims to roll out increased hours for children at nurseries in Aberdeen after the summer holidays next year.
Essential food funding has helped to benefit north-east residents during the coronavirus pandemic.
A busy Aberdeen road is shut for up to a month during work to remove temporary cycle lanes.
Aberdeenshire Council confirmed it would begin charging motorists for using car parks across the region again from January, but they expect income to be only 30% of normal levels.
The report stated there was widespread agreement that those who leave education over the next few years "will be more negatively impacted than their peers who left school pre-lockdown."
A third bar in Aberdeen has been asked to remove its TVs.
The former Total French school building is to be used as an extension to an Aberdeen academy.
Jackie began fostering Sadie when she was only three-years-old. She originally intended to provide a supportive foster placement to her until she was matched with her forever family. As part of Adoption Week Scotland, they've shared their story.
Aberdeenshire Council has handed out 4,100 devices including 2,725 Chromebooks and 1,375 iPads to youngsters across the region to ensure they were able to work from home when needed.
A trade union has raised concerns over the future of 74 jobs which could be cut at Aberdeen's historic paper mill.
It could be February 2022 before Aberdeen's long-awaited Union Terrace Gardens are reopened, council officers have said.
Business and council chiefs told of their relief the north-east will stay in level 2 - but the first minister has warned about rising cases in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
Councillors have been recommended to approve proposed changes to community councils when they meet this week.
A busy Aberdeen road is set to shut for almost a month during work to remove temporary cycle lanes.
A total of 74 jobs could be cut at an Aberdeen paper mill, due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
An Aberdeen family have backed a new Christmas campaign launched by a children's charity.
Aberdeen City Council is hoping to become recognised as a 'child friendly city' by Unicef.
An Aberdeen-based children's charity has today launched its Christmas campaign.
A report earlier this year highlighted that the number of people using cash machines in April in some parts of the north-east had dropped by 73%.
The site of a number of flats in Aberdeen which are to be demolished due to subsidence could be turned into community-use land instead.
A north-east hotel has been placed into liquidation with the loss of 68 jobs.
Major discoveries made in the three-year period of the strategy include an Iron Age hillfort at Huntly, an Iron Age settlement at Cruden Bay, an Iron Age cemetery and settlement at Inverurie, Palaeolithic flints along Deeside, a prehistoric building at Aden Country Park and a Bronze Agee cemetery at Carnoustie, which is also included under Aberdeenshire Council's remit.
The number of claimants looking for work in the north-east has risen by more than 120% in the past year.
The main construction phase of a new £40m BioHub for Aberdeen is expected to begin next year.
Three north-east cycle groups have written to Aberdeen City Council's co-leaders urging them to reconsider the removal of cycle paths at the beach.
Figures show that since 2013, there have been four recorded collisions with injuries on the stretch, as well as one serious injury.
The first minister and a trade union have criticised the city council after teachers were asked to disable the track and trace app when working.