Two fundraisers who have overcome the odds to carry on running are urging people to join them for the first Great Aberdeen Run.
Two items with historic links to the North-east will go under the hammer at a prestigious auction next week.
An Aberdeen cathedral will celebrate the life of one of its longest-serving organists at the weekend.
A grieving North-east pensioner today made an emotional appeal after a gift from his late wife was stolen from his garden.
A North-east castle has celebrated 10 years of being run by the community.
A decision by councillors to agree in principle to grant a Hogmanay event to take place in an Aberdeenshire town has been welcomed.
A council chief has said services could be cut if proposed increases in business rates go ahead.
January came to a wet end as a fifth of the monthly rainfall fell in 24 hours.
Transport Minister Humza Yousaf grilled by unhappy residents living close to works for Aberdeen bypass
Compensation will be paid to people who have been affected by the Aberdeen bypass works, according to a Scottish Government minister.
The Peterhead Prison Museum has proven to be a real hit with many people in the North-east and from further afield.
An Aberdeen transport boss has said keeping buses on two routes that linked a community to hospitals is no longer viable.
North-east butchers were celebrating today after being named top of the chops at a leading national awards.
On December 30 last year Braemar was cut off from the outside world on nearly all sides as Storm Frank caused havoc across Deeside.
North-east village still struggling to get back on its feet almost a year after devastation of Storm Frank
Ballatar is still very much recovering from the aftermath of Storm Frank a year ago.
It is labelled Mad Friday by some, Festive Friday by others, but last night Aberdeen was more Quiet Friday than anything else.
A councillor has called for Alex Salmond to be axed from Aberdeen's Christmas pantomime over concerns the production is "promoting partisan rhetoric".
A North-east church is putting on a service with a difference - with a donkey called Jason taking to the stage.
The leader of Aberdeen City Council fears the city could lose out on much-needed funding if the Scottish Government carries out proposed cuts.
It has been hailed a "renaissance" that will boost the North-east economy - but the UK Government has been criticised for only chipping in a third of what is planned to be spent on fixing Buckingham Palace.
A scheme to get young people into the construction industry has been introduced at the North-east's bypass project - the first of its kind in Scotland.
Work has been completed on a £1.5 million renovation of an Aberdeen church.
Pupils and teachers at an Aberdeen school were today remembering Bailey Gwynne on the first anniversary of his tragic death.
Christmas celebrations in a North-east community which are facing the axe could be saved after a council vowed to step in.
Community groups in a North-east town are hoping to take over a sport facility and run it themselves.
A North-east castle has banned drones flying above the attraction for safety reasons.
Community leaders in a North-east town have called for the return of a popular Hogmanay concert next year.
More than 130 phone boxes across the North-east could close by the end of the year.
An Aberdeen playing field which has been closed for more than five months is set to reopen.
A community has been left in shock after a deliberate fire destroyed a former North-east hospital.
A North-east councillor has praised communications firms for attempting to improve phone signals.