A second branch of the charity Rape Crisis Scotland has been forced to close its waiting list for counselling and support.
More than 100 affordable homes are to be built in Aberdeen to help tackle homelessness.
Fewer than 40 young people in Aberdeen have taken advantage of a benefit that could see them avoid having to pay council tax.
North-east politicians have expressed their concern over the closure of two Aberdeen dementia units for a year due to a staffing crisis.
A north-east council has backed a government proposal to ban the sale of plastic-stemmed cotton buds.
Fewer Aberdeen residents are being cared for in care homes or at home, new figures show.
New figures have revealed the scale of homelessness among children in the north-east.
Aberdeen Foyer, based at the city’s Marywell Street, has received £201,614.75 from a £4 million funding pot to help it assist 150 more young people.
A £5 million fund has been announced to help businesses affected by the fire that destroyed Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh Building last month.
A north-east farmer has welcomed funding aimed at supporting those hardest hit during the Beast from the East – but hopes more can be done.
Transport bosses have said the discovery of a gull’s nest will not disrupt work to improve a notorious city roundabout.
The Scottish Government has been criticised for extending a fracking licence owned by petrochemical giant Ineos.
New figures reveal 93 school buildings in the north-east have fallen below suitable standards.
Schools in Aberdeenshire were measured on the extent to which the building and its grounds are appropriate, looking at factors including space and facilities.
The royal family’s commercial property arm delivered £329.4 million to Treasury coffers last year amid what it described as a “challenging and uncertain market”.
An Aberdeen community hub has landed more than £26,000 in funding from the Scottish Government.
NHS Grampian has the worst rate in Scotland for treating patients urgently referred with a suspicion of cancer.
A key step has been taken along the way to providing the north-east with a £56.3 million investment in health services.
Scotland's Health Secretary has resigned as Nicola Sturgeon begins a reshuffle of her cabinet.
Experts will examine ways to recycle the resources contained in Scotland’s sewage through a partnership between Scottish Water and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa),
Pupils across Scotland have received awards from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon recognising their reading achievements over the last year.
Figures have revealed requests for help for those affected by homelessness have increased in the north-east.
Young children in Scotland are eating more than a million sweet treats every week raising obesity fears, according to new analysis by Cancer Research UK.
Petrochemical giant Ineos has lost its legal challenge to the Scottish Government’s effective “ban” on fracking.
Aberdeen City Council leaders have called on the Scottish Government to start talks over delivering a second city region deal.
Aberdeen's population is shrinking as fewer people are having children, figures suggest.
An MSP today claimed a new report into period poverty shows Aberdeenshire Council is “completely out of step” on the issue.
The First Minister has branded a north-east MP’s criticism of a Scottish Government video “one of the most pathetic political interventions ever”.
A “ground-breaking” app that invites the world to step into Scotland has been created as part of a global marketing campaign.
The council’s ruling administration is “confident” about the prospects of a £107 million Aberdeen development, despite more than 50% of the building remaining vacant.