A pay increase has been confirmed for all NHS Scotland staff for the fourth year in a row.
NHS Grampian has come under fire for failing to meet targets for child mental health treatment for more than a year.
Operating theatre nurses are being offered thousands of pounds to relocate and work for NHS Grampian.
NHS Grampian's waiting times are the joint second-worst in Scotland, with nearly one-in-four patients failing to be seen within the 18-week target time.
Aberdeen Maternity Hospital has fully reopened four months after two units were temporarily merged due to a staffing shortage.
The number of people diagnosed with heart disease in the North-east has risen for the first time in five years.
Alcohol could be banned at events in North-east council properties when children are present.
NHS Grampian is appealing for funding to maintain the £650,000 therapeutic roof garden at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
NHS Grampian is warning people to be on their guard against bogus callers.
An autism group is fundraising to grow its services in the region this year, following the news thousands of people are missing out on vital support in the North-east.
NHS Grampian had to put off more than 900 operations last year due to a lack of beds, staff and clean equipment.
A number of concerns have been raised by NHS Grampian staff ahead of a smoking ban planned for later this year.
In a UK first, two North-east hospitals will share a pioneering new power source in a bid to cut costs and carbon emissions.
A mother-of-five who battled cervical cancer is backing a new NHS campaign which aims to increase the number of women going for cervical screening.
The demolition of Aberdeen Maternity Hospital is scheduled to go ahead in 2021.
Cervical cancer screening is at a 19-year low in England, according to charity Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust.
A draft business case outlining options for a new facility has been prepared and work is progressing with NHS Grampian.
The amount of money paid out by NHS Grampian in compensation looks set to drop for the third year in a row.
Shop given permission to sell booze at halls of residence in Aberdeen – despite objections from NHS Grampian
A retailer has been given permission to sell alcohol on a university halls site – despite concerns being raised it could encourage students to drink.
Plans to improve access to healthcare for Travellers and ethnic communities in the North-east have been put forward by NHS Grampian.
NHS Grampian has objected to plans to sell alcohol on a university halls site due to fears it will encourage students to drink.
New figures have revealed the number of dementia patients who have gone missing from North-east hospitals.