Plans for a former Aberdeen school have taken a step forward – after a building warrant to demolish part of the site was granted.
The first online Bookbug session for Aberdeen children has been uploaded.
North-east residents have been urged not to set fire to waste due to recycling centres being shut during the Covid-19 lockdown.
A pensioner woke up to find thieves had ransacked her freezer, sparking a police appeal.
A north-east pharmacy firm has appealed for people to get in touch with drawings.
A number of north-east organisations have benefitted from generous donations from a bowling club.
More than £27,000 worth of funding for equipment that will bring significant benefits to breast cancer patients in the north-east has been fast-tracked due to coronavirus.
A new online video series has been launched to showcase an Aberdeen dolphin-watching project.
An Aberdeen youngster has set up a YouTube channel to spread positivity during lockdown.
The organisers of a popular Aberdeen parade hope it will still be able to go ahead later this year.
Fairy doors at an Aberdeen park are being removed to be refurbished.
Several iconic buildings in the north-east that have fallen into disrepair are to be restored.
A raft of improvements are set to be made to an Aberdeen primary school.
Concerns have been raised about vermin problems in an Aberdeen conservation area after rat baiting was stopped due to the lockdown.
The revision of charges for residential and non-residential care and support in Aberdeenshire has been postponed.
A building warrant to install a home shopping unit at an Aberdeen supermarket has been approved.
Grounds at a north-east estate have been closed due to a confirmed case of coronavirus.
An Aberdeen commercial property firm has said the city is ‘well-placed’ to recover from the impact of coronavirus and oil price crash on the economy.
Council rents will go up next month – despite uncertainty around the outbreak of Covid-19.
Oil and gas giant BP has said it will safeguard workers’ jobs for the next three months.
Oil and gas giant BP has said it will safeguard workers' jobs for the next three months.
A union chief has spoken of his hopes that a scheme can be set up to test oil and gas workers for Covid-19 before going offshore.
An appeal to remove the listed building status on a former Aberdeen school has been lodged with the Scottish Government.
A north-east council has said it will not be treating footpaths despite bad weather being forecast.
It has also asked people to be understanding about cancelled GP appointments, and that it will not prescribe paracetamol or inhalers to people "just in case".
Young people in Aberdeen eligible for free school meals are to receive supermarket vouchers.
A temporary morgue is being created at an Aberdeen City Council depot in case Covid-19 deaths in the north-east overwhelm the NHS.
A statutory consultation on the sale of a north-east park has now begun.
Applications for funding from several north-east groups is to be discussed at a meeting.
A council committee has been recommended to approve the transfer of a pavilion to a community group.