An Aberdeen woman has created a virtual "Boogie in yer Living Room", which promises to keep people dancing during the lockdown.
A north-east music school is using fun and creative music videos to engage with its students
An Aberdeen based sports club has officially covered the distance from Aberdeen to Tokyo, in order to raise team morale and support frontline workers.
A man is backing the campaign of a north-east cancer charity which has supported him following his diagnosis.
A north-east MSP has welcomed increased Scottish Government support for the seafood processing sector.
A woman diagnosed with cancer during the lockdown is carrying out the Race for Life event in her home town to raise money for charity.
An Aberdeen youngster is raising hundreds of pounds for the NHS by strumming her guitar and raising awareness.
A virtual campout has been organised by Duke of Edinburgh awards scheme for the first night of the school holidays.
A north-east college has announced a date for its new academic year, which will see students learn through a combination of face-to-face and online teaching.
The work of voluntary organisations in the north-east has been recognised with a top award.
Aberdeen leaders have urged the public to remain vigilant as lockdown restrictions begin to ease.
An online seminar will show individuals how to use a professional networking website in order to enhance their business.
An Aberdeen counsellor is taking on a 26 mile hike in her garden to help raise money for a charity.
An online event was held at a north-east university to celebrate entrepreneurship and innovation.
A cancer support charity is holding online support sessions during lockdown.
The Lord Provost’s Charitable Trust crowdfunding appeal has raised almost £240,000 in less than a month - thank to another generous donation.
Temperatures sizzled at more than 21C in the north-east this weekend as residents enjoyed their first full weekend of eased lockdown restrictions.
An Aberdeen school orchestra and choir have taken part in a third and final performance under lockdown.
An organisation devoted to helping small businesses is set to host a networking event next week.
A community cafe is continuing to offer its services throughout lockdown.
Visit Aberdeenshire has published footage and vlogs online to showcase special attractions in the north-east.
Friends of Anchor has urged residents to help take on a 2,600 mile in aid of the charity.
A trade body which represents education staff, has said more work needs to be done before children can return to childcare and north-east schools.
National Trust properties could open again soon under Scottish Government plans to ease lockdown restrictions.
Aberdeenshire Council has urged communities to ‘stay local’ during the initial phase of the lockdown being eased.
A tour company is hosting an Aberdeen quiz in aid of a children’s charity.
A north-east MP is calling for Dominic Cummings to apologise to the public after he breached lockdown rules.
A woman is picking up her knitting needles to create a selection of tiny outfits for premature babies.
A temporary restriction is being placed on an Aberdeen road to protect public safety during sewer repair works.
A North-east girl is doing 700 cartwheels over the span of a week in aid of the NHS.