A north-east museum that has hosted the Scottish Diaspora Tapestry and a 26ft-long Lego airport is desperately seeking donations to stay afloat.
Energy giant BP has donated thousands of pieces of protective equipment to key workers in the north-east.
A new fund has been launched to help Aberdeen charities continue offering support throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Two Aberdeen schoolgirls have launched a campaign to raise funds for charity by encouraging people to test their baking skills.
Aberdeenshire Council is working on plans to make a north-east town easier to navigate.
City council chiefs have warned services in Aberdeen are facing cuts amid claims the region missed out on millions of pounds of coronavirus funding.
An Aberdeen FC legend has sent a message of support to a city charity supporting the most vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic.
The boss of a north-east cancer charity says patients are suffering from increased anxiety as a result of the coronavirus lockdown.
A coronavirus assessment facility in a north-east town has been moved into the community's minor injury unit.
Campaigners in Moray have hit out at a national retailer after broken promises caused digital equipment destined for home-schooled pupils to be delayed.
Lee McAllister hopes to have thousands of people in attendance at the event, which he is planning to host free of charge at his Assassin Health and Fitness Village at Balgownie once it is safe to do so.
Truckers in Aberdeen have shown their appreciation for key workers battling coronavirus.
A north-east tourism industry chief has said the region could benefit from increased tourism post-lockdown.
A group of children in an Aberdeen community are raising vital funds during lockdown by doing laps of their street.
A north-east MP has urged members of the public to support historic properties after the National Trust for Scotland warned jobs could be lost due to coronavirus.
Police have urged members of the public not to attend an anti-lockdown gathering planned for Aberdeen this weekend.
Police were called to a north-east fast food restaurant after drivers queuing for its reopening caused traffic chaos.
North-east MSPs have paid tribute to the work of nursing staff on the front line of the fight against Covid-19.
Charities in the north-east are set to benefit from additional coronavirus support from the Scottish Government.
A north-east MSP has participated in the Scottish Parliament's first "hybrid" debate - despite shielding due to coronavirus.
A service set up to help Aberdeen residents manage their heating is continuing to offer advice to those affected by coronavirus measures.
Trade union bosses have reacted with fury following the collapse of talks aimed at halting a decades-old industry-wide partnership.
More than 3,700 carers across the north-east are in line for additional financial support from the Scottish Government.
One of the north-east's most senior firefighters has insisted safety measures are being taken after a rise in fire deaths.
The chief executive of Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce is among business leaders to have written to ministers to raise concerns over gaps in coronavirus support.
A charity has been praised by a north-east MP after recruiting an army of thousands of volunteers to help vulnerable people.
Plans have been lodged with Aberdeen City Council to turn a city centre office building into flats.
Existing plans to build a number of flats in an Aberdeen community could be amended after an application was lodged for a variation of the conditions attached.
An Aberdeen woman is spreading cheer during lockdown by holding Zumba classes in the streets in her community.
Plans have been lodged with Aberdeen City Council for the planting of 18 new trees during works to a care home.