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A north-east sports body will continue to postpone taking payments from members until further notice.
North-east college students will begin to return to classes in September as part of a phased start to the next academic year.
Police have launched an investigation after a break-in and theft at a north-east sports shop.
A van crashed into a fence after veering off a north-east road.
New shows are going on sale for His Majesty's Theatre, the Music Hall and Lemon Tree for the first time since lockdown began.
An elderly Peterhead couple with vision problems have had their plea for the reopening of optometry services raised at Holyrood.
Police are appealing for information following the theft of three bikes from an Aberdeen community.
Two former SNP councillors have launched a new political group on Aberdeenshire Council to help them deal with local issues.
An Aberdeen university has become the first in Scotland to offer an accredited Scottish Innovated Student Award (SISA).
A man is backing the campaign of a north-east cancer charity which has supported him following his diagnosis.
Police were called after a vehicle collided into a tree just off an Aberdeen road.
Police attended a one-vehicle crash at north-east business park.
Two of Aberdeen's lowest-claiming councillors have revealed the secret to keeping their expenses down.
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.
A man has admitted lunging at a fellow punter in a north-east bar with a knife.
A car left a north-east road and became stuck on a verge this morning.
A virtual cocktail making class is set to raise funds for Aberdeen charity Charlie House.
RAF planes may be spotted in the Aberdeen skies today taking part in training exercises.
Eleven more people have died in Scotland due to coronavirus, with one new case confirmed in the north-east.
An Aberdeen sports centre will reopen its doors to members this weekend.
I’m spending lockdown with my mum, my dad, my dog Buzz and my cats Thunder and Calvin.
A sport programme that helps north-east children prepare for Primary One is to move online this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
A north-east council has reported a number of issues around country parks and popular woodland and coastal areas since lockdown began to ease.
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 seafood festival will be going virtual because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In the current times, everything has become confusing and awkward, where you can’t even talk to friends and family without staying two metres away from them.
A disqualified Aberdeen driver was caught behind the wheel when he went for a drive in the country to celebrate lockdown restrictions being eased.
The latest figures released by the NRS cover up to May 31, with 3,911 deaths linked to the virus in Scotland. In the north-east the deaths of 240 people have been linked to the virus.