A charity which works with children in the north-east has received a double nomination for national awards.
Staff at a north-east pharmacy have laced up their walking shoes in a bid to do their bit for charity.
A ferry operator serving the north-east has become the first in Europe to introduce a pioneering digital crew-management platform.
Two construction organisations have teamed up to promote the industry to north-east school pupils.
Inquiries are continuing after lead and slates were stolen from the roof of an Aberdeen school.
Traffic restrictions will be put in place on two Aberdeen streets for around six months to allow work to be carried out.
A number of roads are set to close next month as the Granite City welcomes the Great Aberdeen Run once more.
Work to demolish two former Aberdeen schools is progressing on schedule, according to council chiefs.
The origins of Scotch whisky may lie in 16th Century Aberdeen, according to a group of researchers.
Council chiefs are to launch a public consultation on the future of lap dancing bars in Aberdeen.
Police found unlocked doors at around one in every five homes – paving the way for opportunistic thieves to take advantage.
Part of an Aberdeen street is to close for more than a month so a new sewer can be installed.
Two Aberdeen streets are to close for nearly two months to allow gas repairs to be carried out.
Children's charity the NSPCC is urging youngsters not to suffer in silence over the holidays.
Motorists are facing significant delays after a major roundabout was closed due to a crash.
A parcel collection service has officially been reinstated in an Aberdeen community.
Traffic will be restricted on a city centre street as works are carried out on a nearby building.
Road restrictions will be put in place on a major north-east route this week to allow works to be carried out.
Two north-east site managers have won a national award for their work.
A north-east investigative journalist has won a top award from his former university.
A growing Aberdeen city development has appointed a new project manager.
The second phase of a new student living development has opened its doors in Aberdeen.
A conservation charity has voiced concerns over the impact of a major road project on ancient woodlands.
Road restrictions will be in place on a major north-east route to allow works to be carried out.
A woman has been rushed to hospital with "potentially life-threatening" injuries following a crash in the north-east.
Works to improve the rail network in the north-east are taking shape, with the project now past the halfway mark.
Her family said: "Carol was well-known and loved by many, and will be sorely missed by all those who knew and loved her."
Residents have spoken of their shock after a man was charged following the death of a woman.
Police have confirmed four people were taken to hospital over fears hazardous materials had made employees ill at an Aberdeen industrial estate.
Emergency services are in attendance at an "ongoing incident" at a city industrial estate.