Trees could scupper proposals to build more than 100 homes for NHS staff.
An MSP today said there are still "far too many vacancies" in NHS Grampian, after it was revealed the health board is short of hundreds of nurses.
Hundreds of patients in the North-east are stuck in hospital every month despite being medically fit to leave.
Housing plans which "offer a potential solution" to NHS staff shortages have been recommended for refusal.
NHS Grampian missed its target timescale for cancer treatment waiting lists.
Aberdeen businessman Sir Ian Wood said a new hospital car park could be delivered by the end of March next year.
A scheme to encourage people in the North-east suffering with mental health issues to seek help has been launched.
NHS Grampian has launched a pictorial menu initiative to help patients with a range of communication difficulties.
The changing of patients' bedding, disposal of infectious bed linen and the cleaning of staff uniforms have been highlighted as areas for improvement at Aberdeen's Maternity Hospital.
Concerns have been raised over the possibility of a busy Aberdeen pub removing bouncers from its doors.
Fire crews have been called to deal with false alarms at NHS Grampian facilities almost 300 times in the last five years.
The number of babies born as drug addicts remains "brutal" despite a drop of more than two thirds, according to one councillor.
Staff at NHS Grampian have been disciplined for inappropriately accessing patients' records.
NHS Grampian is looking to make more than £18 million in savings this year, new figures have revealed.
The city council has organised a series of structural tests on some of its schools this week, following the closure of 17 schools in Edinburgh.
A NEW health centre has been outlined for a North-east village.
Future users of a new £4.3 million hub shared their excitement as ground was broken for the project.
More than £13 million was spent on agency doctors and nurses in NHS Grampian over a nine-month period.
More than 350 people in the North-east have been hospitalised over the damaging mental health effect of drugs during the past five years.
A total of 160 children have been hospitalised in the North-east for alcohol-related issues over six years, new figures have shown.
Thousands of patients have been injured in North-east hospitals over the last three years.
Top doctors at NHS Grampian have warned lives will be put at risk if the Scottish Government U-turns on plans to build a life-saving trauma centre in Aberdeen.
Tributes were today paid to a North-east man who helped save a brain unit at NHS Grampian.
A dead rabbit and seagulls in drains are among some of the cases where pest control have been called to NHS Grampian facilities.
North-east hospitals have paid out almost £12 million in compensation over the past five years, figures revealed today.
NHS Grampian was one of only six health boards to meet a waiting time target for accident and emergency treatment.
North-east hospitals have treated more than 150 pension-age people for the damaging effects of drugs in the last four years.
Scotland's Health Secretary Shona Robison has today announced an extra £55 million in funding for NHS Grampian.
North-east health chiefs said they face "considerable pressures" - as a key treatment target time was missed for nearly 1,500 patients.
A key treatment target time was missed for nearly 1,500 North-east patients, health chiefs revealed today.