More than 80% of people who attended accident and emergency at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI) this month have been seen within four hours, new figures have shown.
An 83-year-old man has died following an alleged attack in north-east woods.
The scale of horrific injuries caused by animals over the past four years have been revealed – including one where someone had to have part of their head amputated.
Health bosses have approved a plan for services in the next year.
Figures for the number of people who attended north-east hospitals over the festive period have been released by a health board.
A man has died after being hit by a vehicle in Forres this morning.
More than 400 people failed to show up for hospital appointments in the north-east last week.
A pregnant woman had to take a 60-mile taxi journey in order to give birth in Aberdeen.
A man was taken to hospital after an assault in a north-east town.
Health chiefs have made more than £2.3 million in the last five years by performing operations in the north-east on behalf of private firms.
A health board has released weekly figures which show a slight reduction in the number of people attending A&E.
A health board has released weekly figures which show a decrease in the number of people attending A&E.
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Hospital staff across the North-east have been praised for coping with “continued challenges” over the busy winter period.
Children have been kept waiting for more than a year for some hospital appointments in Aberdeen.
Health chiefs have been told to make a series of changes after failing to spot a woman’s cancer had spread.
Emergency services have been called to a series of crashes across the North-east this morning.
North-east hospitals have treated more than 150 pension-age people for the damaging effects of drugs in the last four years.
DITCHING parking fees at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Dr Gray's has saved patients and hospital staff £7 million so far.
A PRIMARY pupil spent her summer holidays crocheting hats for newborn babies.