A search has been launched for a cuddling couple who were snapped by accident at a north-east beauty spot.
My name is Sakina Karimbhai, I go to Skene Square Primary School and I am seven years old. This lockdown process has been tough but provided opportunity for growth.
More than £700 has been raised for an Aberdeen cancer unit after a nine-year-old decided to undertake the 2.6 Challenge
My name is Rebecca Knox, I am nine years old and I go to Kittybrewster Primary School.
My name is Angus and I am seven years old. There are four people in my house – mummy, daddy and my brother Finlay.
I decided to make the most of lockdown and finally add to my Lego speed champions Lego technic collection.
An Aberdeen man has broken down barriers on disability by becoming a qualified gym instructor.
A woman is picking up her knitting needles to create a selection of tiny outfits for premature babies.
An Aberdeen foodbank has received a cash boost from The National Lottery Community Fund.
What feels like a very long time ago, me and my sister were at my grandma and granda’s house.
We have now been off school for more than two months because of the coronavirus. When we first found out we would be off school I was happy, but then I was worried about everybody getting sick.
A North-east girl is doing 700 cartwheels over the span of a week in aid of the NHS.
A north-east woman considered the “Bervie Banksy” has brought her local community together by hiding painted stones around the area for youngsters to find.
The managers of two Aberdeen pubs gave 200 of their loyal customers a reason to smile when they delivered goodie bags to their doors.
The founder of an Aberdeen judo club has turned the stress of lockdown into a positive experience for its members.
Hello my name is Liam Keating and I am 7 years old. I live with my Mum, Dad and my brother.
Hi my name is Kenji, I am six years old and go to Seaton Primary School.
Three serving British soldiers are to take on a 110-mile trek to raise funds for the NHS.
A north-east social care charity is continuing to support people across the region who are caring for friends and relatives during lockdown.
An Aberdeen primary school has encouraged its pupils during lockdown with a touching musical video.
My name is Aditi and I turned eight a few months ago.
I am P7 and on Friday March 20, my classmate piped us out of school. We were told to take all our stuff from school home as we didn’t know if we would be back to school or not.
An Aberdeen student unable to run in this year's Edinburgh Marathon has staged his own version at home - raising hundreds of pounds for key workers in the process.
A north-east youngster who decorated plates to raise funds for the NHS has handed over the proceeds to a north-east hospital.
My name is Lily-May and I am nine years old. I go to Kittybrewster Primary School.
More than 1,000 protective visors have been created and distributed to key workers by staff at colleges across the north-east.
A group of American expats have raised a staggering £12,500 for an Aberdeen charity.
An Aberdeen hairdressing firm has come up with a novel way to rescue its customers roots during the Covid-19 pandemic.
I am fine, I have been good at my maths. 2020 makes me worry, I have not been out of the house and going into town. My mum, dad and brother have been ill. Me and my other brother have not been ill yet. I don’t like Covid-19.
My name is Finlay and I am five years old. I live with my mummy, daddy and my brother.