An Aberdeen-based North Sea search and rescue team has completed its 500th emergency response mission.
Researchers at Aberdeen University have launched a project aiming to record the experiences of people across the world living through the coronavirus pandemic.
A north-east MSP is encouraging employers in the region to consider applying for an apprenticeship grant.
An engineering firm has pledged £75,000 to a charity building a specialist support centre for children and their families in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Budget 2021: Taxi marshalls and grass cutting face axe as council looks to make £30m savings
Aberdeen City Council has revealed its options to make more than £30 million of savings to plug a funding black hole.
A motion to encourage key workers to be vaccinated has been approved by Aberdeen City Council - despite criticisms.
A litter-picking group launched in the north-east now has more than 20,000 members from across the world.
A width restriction will come into force on an Aberdeen road from next week.
Care home residents in the north-east have been reunited with their families as in-person visiting has resumed this week.
Aberdeen City Council's plans to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2045 at the latest has been approved unanimously.
A business group is encouraging people to consider gifting an Aberdeen gift card this Mother's Day - to help boost the city's economy.
An event to showcase projects in the north-east which contribute to making the region cleaner and greener is to take place this month.
A pre-development hearing on a proposed housing development in an Aberdeen community has been held.
A north-east MSP has backed calls for fuel duty to be frozen in this week's Budget.
Pupils choosing to stay on for S5 could increase due to the coronavirus pandemic, a new report has said.
A group of north-east women have turned their lockdown hobby of sharing family recipes with grandchildren and neighbours into a fundraising initiative for a charity.
An education trade union has said the return of children to school cannot be rushed - after the Scottish Conservative party called for classes to be restarted earlier than planned.
The number of people in the north-east reported to still be claiming Universal Credit benefits after a six month period has dropped.
An MSP candidate for a north-east constituency has written to young people to encourage them to make sure their voice is heard in the Scottish election.
A section of road at Aberdeen beach will be closed temporarily while Spaces for People measures are removed.
A north-east trading standards team has recorded a 30% increase in the number of scams detected in the region.
Aberdeen City Libraries is to host its first virtual author event to mark International Women's Day.
An Aberdeen road is to be closed temporarily while work is being carried out.
Plans to bring hydrogen bikes for use in Aberdeen have been put in motion.
Hydrogen trains are being considered for north-east rail journeys in the future if studies show they should be supported.
North-east residents are being encouraged to take part in a consultation to help a local authority improve people's lives.
A total of eight fixed penalty notices have been handed out across the north-east in the last week as part of enforcement efforts around Covid-19 rules.
A commercial real estate firm has said Aberdeen's market performance has continued to grow last year - despite economic difficulties.
A north-east health board has apologised after a patient's cancer diagnosis was delayed.
More than 500 vaccinators have been recruited across the north-east to help administer Covid-19 vaccines.