New figures have shown that 94% of people in the north-east were supported by a national charity to die in their place of choice in the past year.
An Aberdeen politician has written to government officials to voice concerns over florists facing rising importation costs in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
Scottish Government chiefs have urged families to care for their own children at home during the local lockdown to help prevent the virus from spreading.
New figures have provided the first indication an outbreak of coronavirus in Aberdeen could be coming back under control, after the city and its surrounding areas accounted for fewer than half of new confirmed cases.
An Aberdeen MSP is demanding that foreign NHS doctors and nurses be given an indefinite right to remain in Britain after the pandemic.
An MSP has urged council bosses to give temporary free parking permits to social care workers during the coronavirus lockdown.
Former Scottish Government minister Mark McDonald has said he contemplated taking his life after he was sacked in 2017.
A controversial Aberdeen MSP has announced his intention to step down at the forthcoming elections.
An Aberdeen MSP has given his support to the campaign to regulate Scotland’s electrical industry.
A north-east MSP has hailed the impact of nursing teams working to support people with terminal illnesses.
A politician has smashed his fundraising target after taking on one of the world’s largest races.
Politicians from across the political spectrum have praised all those involved in securing the future of the mill.
Bus chiefs in Aberdeen have ruled out giving the public more time to have its say on controversial timetable proposals.
An MSP has submitted a motion in parliament to congratulate a Men’s Shed project on securing premises.
An Aberdeen MSP has praised health and transport bosses for coming to an agreement over a bus link.
An Aberdeen MSP is lacing up his shoes to take on one of the world’s biggest marathons.
Council bosses today said work has “progressed significantly” on a project to refurbish an Aberdeen swimming pool that closed more than a year ago.
A politician has submitted a motion to Parliament recognising the dedication of three Aberdeen residents.
An Aberdeen politician has written to the administrators of Stoneywood Mill to ask for time to be given to management as buyout discussions take place.
The future of two bank branches is in the “communities’ hands”, according to one politician.
An Aberdeen MSP is to meet top bank bosses this week to discuss reductions in branch opening hours.
An MSP has said discussions will continue with a children’s charity which faces losing its Aberdeen base.
An MSP will host talks at Holyrood with a charity which faces losing its Aberdeen base.
An Aberdeen sporting committee has been commended in parliament.
ScotRail Alliance managing director Alex Hynes admitted to MSPs in a meeting at the Scottish Parliament that services provided have not been “good enough”.
An MSP today called an airline’s scrapping of its service between Aberdeen and London “a big blow”.
An informal group has been set up to help secure the future of the stricken Stoneywood paper mill.
A ScotRail boss has met a north-east MSP to speak about ongoing issues at a railway station.
The First Minister has today confirmed she will ask the Minister for Business to consider whether a taskforce should be set up to help a troubled Aberdeen papermill stay in operation.
A north-east MSP today said commuters were starting to “lose faith” with ScotRail over travel disruption – after the operator had to apologise again over its performance.