An Aberdeen stroke survivor has walked one million steps in his back garden during lockdown to raise cash for charity.
A speeding drink driver who killed a pensioner at a bus stop has been jailed for seven years and four months.
Over the past couple of months, Childline has been providing a crucial safety net for children throughout the country as they have been cut off and isolated from the outside world.
Businesses reopening this week in a popular Aberdeen shopping street have been encouraged to contact the council to make their voices heard on planned coronavirus safety work.
Summer 2020 is certainly going to be one that we will all remember for a long time.
A tourism body is recruiting new additions to its board of directors to play their part in recovery of the sector.
Forty drivers were warned over their speed, and five reported to the Procurator Fiscal during a police operation in Aberdeenshire.
A north-east education boss has said they are “ready” for the reopening of schools in August.
A killer who murdered a man after a drugs binge should have the punishment part of his life sentence cut because a judge didn’t follow proper guidelines, a court heard.
More than 4,500 births were registered last year across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire, according to new figures.
Cash machine withdrawals in the north-east have plunged during the coronavirus crisis, new figures show.
More than £200,000 has been awarded to charities by a Covid-19 hardship fund.
A north-east academic has joined the call for more funding to be given to support higher education amid fears of the impact Covid-19 will have on the sector.
Taxi driver Lee Weir, 31, was a teenager when he committed the offence against the child at an address in Aberdeen.
The number of households in Aberdeen has increased by more than 18,000 in the past three decades.
A drug-fuelled killer who was locked up for life after murdering a north-east dad is to appeal his sentence.
Shops and eateries are starting to reopen their doors as the country eases its way out of lockdown.
It has been more than a week now since the first phase of easing the lockdown restrictions was introduced.
Scientists from Aberdeen University who designed an instrument for use in future space missions are set to send it aboard a balloon flight to the edge of Earth’s atmosphere.
PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Sick drink driver casually sips a pint just hours after mowing down Allan, 70, at Aberdeen bus stop
A speeding drink driver who killed a pensioner at an Aberdeen bus stop was captured on camera outside a nearby pub with a drink - after fleeing the scene of the crash.
A financial services firm boss jailed for plundering pension pots and life savings is launching a legal battle before appeal judges.
In part six of our series on the efforts of keyworkers. Karen Roberts speaks to those involved in helping to educate the north-east's children
Councillors will meet next week to discuss massive funding gaps in the community caused by the pandemic.
Three north-east ambulance workers have told how they continue to do the job they love in the face of the pandemic and have spoken of the "immense pride" they take in carrying out their duties.
An online booking system to allow Aberdeenshire residents to start making trips to household recycling centres is now live.
The death of a man found at an Aberdeen flat is being treated as unexplained, police say.
The key to successful weight loss for men is women when they live with a female partner, according to a new study by Aberdeen University researchers.
A north-east woman is calling for people to help save her fledgling business from closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Supt Kate Stephen sends a special message to all young people living in the north-east for everything they are doing to help others
North-east school pupil Beth Sivewright, 16, a Turriff Academy sixth year pupil gives her take on the coronavirus crisis and its wider impact.