Staff at a north-east prison have been forced to take nearly 800 days off work because of Covid-19, new figures show.
Liam Kerr MSP
Prosecutors have vowed to strengthen security after a worker stole hundreds of thousands of pounds of cash and drugs from an evidence store in Aberdeen.
Plans to examine the reopening of former north-east railway stations have been welcomed by a local MSP.
Pupils at a north-east school will move into a new extension after Christmas.
Scotland fans: Aberdeen pub operator PB Devco facing review of outdoor licences following football fan footage
A north-east pub operator faces having some of their licences revoked following complaints made about footage that showed Scotland fans flouting social distancing rules.
More than a dozen emergency workers are being attacked in the north-east every week, according to new figures.
A travel agent has confirmed it plans to close one of its branches in the north-east.
A north-east MSP has urged police chiefs to reward the first officers on the scene of last month's fatal derailment for their bravery.
North-east prosecutors pursued almost 3,000 domestic abuse charges last year, according to official statistics.
The actions of rescuers in the Stonehaven train derailment have been honoured in the Scottish Parliament.
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A travel giant has come under fire after it emerged it would only fly one of its routes from Aberdeen when it returns in October.
A major road improvement project could be delayed for years by a public inquiry - despite just four objections being lodged against it.
A north-east MSP has welcomed new laws creating the criminal offence of harming or killing service animals.
A north-east MSP has warned NHS dentists could struggle to survive after lockdown due to cuts in funding.
Families with loved ones in prison in the north-east will be able to see them for the first time in months as "virtual visits" are rolled out.
An Aberdeen business leader believes the withdrawal of a main contractor from the city's harbour expansion could open the door for a local firm to finish the job.
Holyrood opponents say let voters decide if they want scandal-hit Aberdeen MSP Mark McDonald to represent them
Opposition politicians from across the north-east have said it is up to voters to decide whether scandal-hit Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald remains in his job.
Tougher sanctions may be needed to ensure inmates at a North-east superjail cannot use mobile phones to engage in further criminality, an MSP has said.
A North-east hotel has marked its spot as a whisky world record holder with a celebratory event.
Traffic calming measures blamed for catastrophic decline in North-east village's businesses will be ripped up.