Scotland is another step towards "a degree of normality" with almost all north care home residents having received their first Covid vaccination - and the remainder following this week.
A new chief executive has been announced for children’s charity The Archie Foundation, following a “devastating” year where it effectively had to “start from scratch”.
An Aberdeen man has appeared in court after drugs worth almost £150,000 were seized by police in a late-night raid.
Requiring international travellers to test negative for Covid-19 before entering Scotland could leave people stranded overseas – but has been hailed as the “only way” the aviation industry can bounce back.
Discount supermarket chain Aldi has announced plans to open a new store in the Altens area of Aberdeen.
Two north-east care homes where 27 people died and more than 150 others caught Covid-19 has been rated weak by health inspectors.
Calls have been made from across the political spectrum for urgent changes to Scotland’s drugs laws.
The number of drug-related deaths in Scotland has soared to its worst level on record, but Grampian appears to be bucking the trend.
Aberdeen charity VSA’s Christmas extravaganza is being given some extra sparkle with backing from award-winning actress Miriam Margolyes.
Investigators have revealed the daring rescue attempt staged by crewmates on a Fraserburgh trawler as they worked to save a colleague from a deadly gas leak.
An Aberdeen restaurateur has been forced to shut up shop, saying the impact of the pandemic has been too great on his business to continue trading.
An Aberdeen bar has been ordered to remove all of its televisions following outrage over the actions of football fans last night.
An alcohol ban has been announced for all trains travelling in Scotland as part of efforts to limit the spread of coronavirus.
Sir Ian Wood has announced he is standing down as chancellor of Robert Gordon University after 16 years.
Researchers are to spend the next three years studying how changes to Aberdeen bar and nightclub opening hours have impacted the emergency services as part of a £1.1 million project.