Secondary school pupils across the north-east have raised more than £50,000 for charity.
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School pupils from across the north-east have been rewarded for supporting community responses to Covid-19.
City leaders have welcomed a £62 million funding package to support energy businesses in the north-east.
Children are being encouraged to keep active on the day of what would have been the seventh annual Aberdeen Youth Games.
A new fund giving young people responsibility for awarding grants to those making a difference in the fight against coronavirus has been launched in the north-east.
North-east oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood has been presented with a prestigious award for his charity work at a ceremony in New York.
Sir Ian Wood has been named as one of the recipients of this year’s Carnegie Medal for Philanthropy – one of only a handful of people worldwide to be recognised.
An Aberdeen businessman has been named Scotland’s second richest man.
Drivers will be banned from parking outside an Aberdeen school for more than two weeks as work progresses on a new £1.5 million digital hub.
Their efforts are part of the nationwide Save a Life for Scotland campaign, which aims to ensure 500,000 more people are able to perform CPR by next year.
A private sector body chaired by oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood has tabled plans to deliver a new digital hub in the heart of the city centre.
The Queen was joined by the Duke of Cambridge and the Princess Royal at a special ceremony in Edinburgh.
Sir Ian Wood has warned that the industry will “need to do something dramatic” if it hopes to recover the 20billion barrels of oil remaining in the North Sea.
A new north-east school is seeking a charity partner ahead of its opening this summer.
A north-east businessman has been named the third-wealthiest person in Scotland – with a fortune of more than £1.7 billion.
The founder of a North Sea energy firm has been included in the list of richest people in the world.
A £10 million car park at Aberdeen's biggest hospital has officially opened.
Author Stuart MacBride proves he has the write stuff with honorary degree at Aberdeen graduation ceremony
It was a novel experience for bestselling author Stuart MacBride as he picked up an honorary degree at an Aberdeen graduation ceremony.
On his wall is a list.
The North-east family behind some of the world's finest whisky has been named the richest in Scotland.
Sir Ian Wood is on the hunt for a “Loch Ness Monster” for the North-east to give the region iconic tourism appeal.
Oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood has said the industry is "nowhere near the end of its life".
Aberdeen has scored above average on a number of economic indicators relative to Europe and has the highest productivity of any city in Scotland, a new report has found.
Around £25 million is to be invested in the North-east over the next five years.
Sir Ian Wood has told of the need for an "urgent focus" to support the oil and gas sector after a North Sea summit was held in Aberdeen.
Industry leader Sir Ian Wood has urged for businesses to “remain calm” after the UK voted by a narrow margin to leave the European Union.
Aberdeen businessman Sir Ian Wood said a new hospital car park could be delivered by the end of March next year.
TWO scenarios for the future of the North-east's economy have been spelled out by a leading businessman.
A NEW private sector body was launched today - with the prospect of at least £50 million to help businesses flourish in the North-east.
A BILLIONAIRE businessman is to be part of the team bidding to win the North-east a City Region Deal.