An Aberdeen shop is appealing for witnesses to come forward after a break-in bid left a window at the store damaged.
An appeal has been launched after thieves targeted two businesses in an Aberdeen community.
UK grocery sales growth has started to slow down from record highs on the back of easing lockdown restrictions, according to new figures.
Libraries in the north-east are to launch an online service, providing a safe way for residents to use resources.
A north-east son will shave his mum's head to raise funds for two charities close to their family's heart.
Aberdeen groups are being encouraged to apply to receive a funding boost.
The chief executive of the Co-op has become one of the first high-profile UK chief executives to condemn the death of a black man which led to riots in several US cities.
Community leaders have spoken of their disappointment after a store in a north-east village was broken into.
Police have launched an appeal after a store in a north-east village was broken into.
The Co-op has given Aberdeen causes a cash boost through its Local Community Fund.
A north-east church has thanked members of the public for their donations.
Calls for restoration of full postal services in north-east town after branch closure due to pandemic
Calls have been made for the Post Office to restore full services to Stonehaven after it closed a branch earlier this month due to staffing issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
A leading supermarket has issued a recall of one of its pepperoni products over fears it may contain E. coli.
Staff at a north-east supermarket have attempted to lift spirits with their very own dance video.
The Co-op is to create 5,000 store-based posts in a bid to provide temporary employment for hospitality workers who have lost their jobs amid the coronavirus crisis, the company announced.
A shoplifter has been fined after stealing booze from an Aberdeen shop twice in one day.
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Charities, good causes and community projects from the north of Scotland are invited to apply for a share of a £25,000 funding pot.
Anthony Heeps, 31, pled guilty to three shoplifting charges when he appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
A thug has admitted knocking two men unconscious and kicking them while they lay on the ground in a north-east town.
A north-east school has opened a food larder at its community campus.
Grant Brady, 58, had popped into Co-operative Society on Fountainhall Road in Aberdeen to buy a mobile top-up, and then returned the next day claiming he’d left his wallet there – but staff said they hadn’t seen it.
Residents in an Aberdeen community are to have a say over plans to remove a bus gate.
Aberdeen retail staff have raised more than £5,000 for a charity campaign.
Graeme Sinclair, 30, pled guilty to two charges of shoplifting from Co-op on Stoneywood Road in Bucksburn on May 12.
North-east residents are being invited to apply for money to improve their communities.
A lorry has crashed into a ditch, partially blocking a Moray road. Officers were called to the B9103 at Boat O’Brig near Fochabers shortly after 8am following in the incident involving a Co-op lorry. An ambulance was also called to the scene, but it’s not clear if anyone was injured in the collision.
An appeal has been launched for north-east charities to apply for a funding scheme.