Construction work has started on the second phase of a new development at an Aberdeen business park.
A series of case studies from across the north-east have been highlighted at a national level as part of a publication about lockdown learning.
Aberdeen University has launched the UK’s first postgraduate degree programme in Energy Transition Systems and Technologies.
A restaurant owner is providing youngsters across the north-east with free meals in a bid to help struggling families.
An Aberdeen-based innovation centre is calling on businesses in the north-east to share their successes as part of Datafest21.
North-east residents are being urged to stay safe while going out on walks.
The number of Covid-19 cases in Grampian is at the lowest level for almost a month, according to the latest figures.
People in the north-east are being encouraged to apply to become volunteers for the Children’s Panel.
A man has launched a fundraiser to help feed his collection of exotic animals due to the pandemic affecting his business.
A woman has told how she would have struggled to survive without the help of a food bank during the pandemic.
Aberdeenshire Council is on the lookout for an artist to work with the fishing village of Gourdon on an innovative new literary project.
A north-east cancer support charity has unveiled a bold new look for 2021.
Additional mobile testing units and community testing is being introduced in the north-east to help reduce the spread of Covid-19.
Aberdeen City Council has notified parents of the online registration process for children entering P1 classes later this year.
North-east business leaders have called for more support to be put in place for firms impacted by the lockdown measures.
A talented young dancer from the north-east has won a place in a prestigious dance company.
Don’t call us, we’ll call you: GP surgeries urge people not to tie up phone lines with calls about Covid jabs
GPs surgeries across the north-east have urged patients not to contact them about Covid-19 vaccinations after their phone lines were jammed with inquiries.
A 21-year-old man has been charged after windows were smashed on an Aberdeen street.
Three of the 12 Strays of Christmas have now been rehomed.
A former children’s day nursery in the north-east has been put up for sale.
Live Life Aberdeenshire facilities remain closed and most services will continue to be suspended until at least January 31.
North-east residents aged 90 years old and over have been invited to take part in a new short story competition.
An Irish stand-up comedian will return to the Granite City later this year.
A north-east man is giving back to his community by rallying locals to help grit streets.
North-east politicians have written a joint letter to the Chancellor urging him to ensure the Scottish Government receives an additional £375m of funding to help support businesses.
Psychology students have given swimmers and their coaches in the north-east a mental health boost during lockdown with a series of online workshops.
Aberdeen high-rise residents left without hot water after energy centre ‘struggled to cope’ with demand
Residents of an Aberdeen high-rise were left without hot water after an energy centre "struggled to cope" with demand due to the cold weather.
A housebuilder has been given the go-ahead for the second phase of new homes to be built in Banchory.
An initiative which aims to improve the health and wellbeing of people in the north-east is asking for feedback from sports clubs.
A group of north-east events management students are to hold a virtual event to raise funds for charity.