A North-east man who was diagnosed with epilepsy two years ago is preparing to cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats unaided.
A new training centre for offshore medics and emergency response teams has been opened in the city.
Plans for a wireless network covering 170 schools and numerous other sites in the North-east have been revealed.
A Tartan neck tie, photographs and a piece of plasterwork were just some of the things buried in a time capsule at Aberdeen Art Gallery.
A North-east beauty spot could be in line for a revamp if new plans are approved.
A man has been warned he's facing jail after being found guilty of an assault that left another man with injuries he will never fully recover from.
A nursery worker accused of throwing a plastic building block at a child said her "year-and-a-half of hell" had ended after she was cleared of any misconduct.
A zero-waste cafe has served more than 600 meals since launching.
Prisoners have made more than 900 complaints about HMP Grampian in the last two years.
An Aberdeen street that shares its name with another in the city won't be renamed.
Politicians across the party divide have joined in a call for action to address an ambulance staffing "crisis".
MORE than 2,000 people in Grampian will be diagnosed with dementia in 2020 as diagnosis rates rise, according to a new report.
Aberdeen has suffered the biggest decrease in house pricing in Scotland for October.
A street knowledge test for private hire taxis in Aberdeen has been re-introduced.
Organisers of a long-standing Highland Gathering and Games are appealing for information about a mysterious photograph.
The North-east will be getting its very own Latin dance festival for the first time next year.
Nominations are open for a North-east awards scheme recognising the work of volunteers.
Bowel cancer detection rates in the North-east could be poised to improve, with the Scottish Government announcing plans to roll out a new screening test.
A street market and orchard could be created in a community under a scheme aimed at improving parts of Aberdeen.
A new bid to increase Icelandic holiday-makers' interest in the North-east has been hailed a success.
Reggae legends UB40 have announced an Aberdeen date next year.
Families affected by the baby ashes scandal have seven more weeks to lodge compensation claims.
A revamped indoor market would create a new shopping corridor and help regenerate the city centre, according to a business boss.
Figures released by the airport have shown that 237,893 passengers travelled through the airport in November, a decrease of 4.1% compared to the previous year.
Charity shops will be taken over by North-east students who felt compelled to help after learning about homelessness.
Pupils from Robert Gordon’s College have been declared as runners up in this year’s National Young Mathematicians’ Awards.
Access to vital breast cancer services in the North-east is expected to "gradually improve", according to NHS Grampian.
Two outdoor music festivals could be launched in the North-east, boosting the economy by millions of pounds.
A North-east charity is appealing for people to give gifts ahead of the Christmas period.
Councillors have been urged to provide a firm date for the opening of a new road after another deadline was missed.