Travel websites are continuing to advertise hundreds of holiday rentals in the north-east – despite strict travel restrictions designed to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Kate Forbes has been warned not to "waste" taxpayers' money on another independence referendum.
The number of people suspected of contracting sepsis in the north-east has risen to record levels in recent years.
A woman mauled by a dog has called for tougher laws after it emerged dozens of animals have been dealt with under legislation brought in to protect the public from harm in recent years.
A north-east MP has given his support to a national campaign designed to tackle loneliness this winter.
A north-east MP has joined growing calls for a "test and release" policy to be introduced in Scotland.
Frustrated north-east councils will appeal directly to Westminster for cash to improve roads and rail, after SNP ministers in Holyrood snubbed the initiative.
Campaigners have said a north-east town “deserves much better” after it emerged there will be a delay on a section of a multi-million-pound flood prevention project.
Boris Johnson's approach to Scotland has been likened to a Henry VIII military campaign, with accusations the prime minister is out to "destroy" the devolved settlement.
Boris Johnson's aides and allies have rushed to downplay reports the prime minister does not believe in the Scottish Parliament or devolution.
North-east business leaders have spoken of their "relief" after the furlough scheme was extended.
North-east Conservative MPs silent over why they voted against giving free school meals to poor children
Two north-east Conservative MPs who voted against plans to extend free school meals to poor families over the winter today declined to comment when asked to explain their reasons.
The Scottish Government's health minister has been urged to meet local chiefs in the north-east over issues with this year's flu vaccination programme.
A north-east MP has said the support the UK Government has given businesses in the region is "hugely welcome".
Nicola Sturgeon has lost me a bit with the no booze inside at all, no food inside after 6pm, but out you go and freeze your bits off if you fancy a pint and a takeaway burger at an outside table up to 10pm.
Politicians have urged TSB to ensure their customers have face-to-face access to staff - warning they should not move from "bricks to clicks" entirely.
Trade minister Ivan McKee has said it is "possible" Holyrood will decline Rishi Sunak's free port offer, despite interest from councils and harbour authorities across Scotland.
Mr Sunak warned he "cannot save every job" and "cannot save every business", but promised to throw money behind roles that can be kept going "through the difficult winter months".
Keir Starmer has repeated his belief that the SNP "will have a mandate" for an independence referendum if they win a majority at Holyrood, setting him on a collision course with Scottish Labour colleagues.
The work of rescuers at last month's fatal north-east train crash has been praised as police handed control of the site back to Network Rail.
Boris Johnson guilty of ‘gross breach of ministerial code’ after admission Brexit plan breaks the law
Boris Johnson's plan to redraw the boundaries of last year's EU withdrawal agreement "does break international law", a Cabinet minister has admitted.
A north-east MP has highlighted the role of the British Army in providing 100,000 tests across Scotland since the peak of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Boris Johnson has pledged to "learn the lessons" from the Stonehaven rail crash and implement any changes recommended by safety watchdogs.
Communications giant BT has confirmed it is set to leave Aberdeen in a matter of months - leaving more than 100 jobs under threat.
Passengers and rail staff from across the UK today held a one-minute silence in honour of the three north-east men who lost their lives in the Stonehaven train tragedy.
Business owners in Stonehaven have spoken of the devastation wreaked by floodwater, as stormy weather took its toll.
A north-east councillor has quit a top national park role for suggesting an MP should be hung from a bridge.
SNP councillor reported to standards watchdog over suggestion Andrew Bowie should be ‘dangled’ from a bridge
An Aberdeenshire councillor is facing a standards investigation after engaging in comments online that suggested north-east MP Andrew Bowie should be strung up from a bridge.
A north-east MP has said the return of a cross-country night train "can't come fast enough".
Representatives from the oil and gas sector are to give evidence to MPs next week over issues including the impact of Covid-19.