An MSP has urged council bosses to give temporary free parking permits to social care workers during the coronavirus lockdown.
The first of its kind in the region, the North East Food Hub will offer customers the opportunity to buy goods from a wide range of local food and drink firms in one shop, all at the click of a button.
One of the largest private estates in Aberdeenshire is urging people to stay away for the safety of its inhabitants.
Cash-strapped north-east golf clubs struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic have been offered some vital cash aid as the second week of the nationwide lockdown bites.
A north-east trampoline group could be in line for a £1,000 boost from the council to help members spring into action outside Scotland.
North-east health chiefs have apologised after there was a “significant delay” in a woman’s care – and for how they dealt with a complaint about it.
Children in Aberdeen have been counselled by Childline as demand for the service increases amid the coronavirus outbreak.
North-east fighter pilots remain ready to stop intruders approaching the UK during the coronavirus outbreak – stressing that national security remains paramount.
My name is Callie. I am eight years old. I live with my mum, dad and my five-year-old brother Jamie.
New measures are being introduced to further improve the distribution of personal protective equipment (PPE) to health and social care staff in the north-east.
Alex Salmond’s QC has referred himself to the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission after he was filmed apparently discussing the case on a train before the former first minister was acquitted of all charges in his trial.
An Aberdeen family-run business is aiming to “bring some sparkle” to the people of the north-east amid the coronavirus crisis.
An Aberdeen nurse has spoken of how laser eye surgery has changed her life.
Runners throughout the country were relieved the latest measures introduced to curb the spread of Covid-19 haven’t prevented them from going out for daily solo training sessions.
Farmers markets across Aberdeenshire have been cancelled in an effort to protect the public.
Over the past few days, Police Scotland’s chief constable has made clear his commitment to ensuring our communities remain safe during the challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic.
A north-east charity is going completely virtual to protect its customers and ensure it can stay afloat while the country is in lockdown.
An Aberdeen charity is launching a mental health information and support helpline – but needs donated phones to get it up and running.
An urban running group that meets at various locations across the north-east each week has cancelled meetings.
Aberdeen AAC’s Great Britain international Zoey Clark is relieved that the Tokyo Olympic Games have finally been postponed and will now in all likelihood be held in 2021.
Police were today continuing their investigation into a robbery at a city newsagents.
A £1 billion business support fund has opened to help companies deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, Scotland’s finance secretary has announced.
The increased threat of the coronavirus has put a stop to golf throughout Britain with no sign of a quick return.
Aberdeen keeper Joe Lewis indicating he would like to stay at the club beyond his current contract is great news.
Willie Miller: If current Premiership table is final due to Covid-19, Hearts should accept relegation
If the Scottish season cannot be completed clubs must abide by tough decisions even if that means Hearts being relegated.
A campaign group is urging north-east residents to take up cycling during the coronavirus pandemic.
A martial arts club will start delivering its lessons online after a successful trial run.
Children of workers performing critical roles in the oil industry are expected to be prioritised for school places amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A 33-game Scottish Premiership season is one proposal that could be considered by the SPFL and Scottish FA for the 2020-21 campaign.
An Aberdeen family support charity is turning to WhatsApp and video messaging to continue helping people in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic as people continue to self-isolate.