A north-east MSP has welcomed additional funding of £15 million to help GP practices to cope with extra pressures arising from coronavirus.
Aberdeen City Council is reminding young people they can access support in the Covid-19 pandemic through an innovative app.
The entrance to the visitor centre and car parks of a north-east landmark has been closed off in a bid to deter walkers from the area.
An Aberdeen charity boss says it is vital that organisations work together to help make sure vulnerable residents get access to food during the pandemic.
An Aberdeen family on the trip of a lifetime got more than they bargained for when they found themselves stranded while in lockdown in the Nepalese mountains.
A north-east animal rescue centre says it is “struggling” due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A north-east councillor has hit out at a “disgraceful” theft which took place at an Aberdeen school.
Families who usually qualify for free school meals are to receive a payment to cover the cost of them from today.
The Scottish Government has issued advice on how to care for animals during the coronavirus outbreak.
Patients at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary are to receive free bedside television for the next three months.
Police are appealing for help to trace a teenager who assaulted a north-east healthcare worker by coughing in her face.
Banking giant Royal Bank of Scotland has vowed to support its customers through the coronavirus pandemic.
Parking provider NCP is extending its free parking offer to all essential workers.
A communications solutions provider is one of many businesses lending a helping hand during the coronavirus pandemic.
The boss of a social enterprise cafe has told how the charity will help roll out a new food delivery service to help vulnerable people during the coronavirus outbreak.
Police are appealing for information after an Aberdeen shop was broken into. The incident happened at the DSG store on Bankhead Road at around 1.45am on Monday. It is not clear what was taken. Anyone with any information should call Police Scotland on 101, quoting reference number 0161 of March 23 2020.
Coronavirus: Scottish Government team up with national youth group to create new information service
The Scottish Government has teamed up with a national youth information service to provide young people with reliable coronavirus information.
The Scottish Government has classed all journalists who are reporting on the coronavirus pandemic as key workers.
Aberdeen City Council has announced it will reduce the opening hours of the Customer Service Centre at Marischal College in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The retailer will also install sneeze guards to protect employees.
A Scottish charity has launched a rallying call for people to join the fight against coronavirus.
A trailer load of beer worth £150,000 has been stolen from a north-east brewery company.
Coronavirus: Call to ‘think before you buy’ as north-east shoppers struggle to find vital gluten-free foods
A charity is urging people to “think before you buy” as people with intolerances struggle to get food.
A north-east vets practice has announced it will cancel all routine appointments.
A personal trainer is offering online gym classes to his clients in a bid to keep them active while in isolation.
Firefighters are currently at the scene of a blaze in Aberdeenshire.
Royal Mail has announced it will introduce a string of new measures in the north-east to combat coronavirus.
Police have charged three teenagers with wilful fireraising after a blaze in a derelict building in Aberdeenshire.
Police are appealing for information after a woman was assaulted and robbed in Aberdeen.
Police are appealing for information after vandals smashed a window at a north-east home.