Hazlehead captain Ross Watt is delighted the MacKenzie course in Aberdeen is on the way back to its former glory days.
Sports centre bosses hope an inquiry into the impact of Covid-19 on the sector will lead to funding being awarded to help keep facilities open.
Nearly 1.5 million people made use of public sports facilities in Aberdeen last year, councillors have heard.
Sport bosses and community leaders have hit out after vandals torched an Aberdeen football pitch on Bonfire Night.
A north-east volunteer has been recognised for his hard work and commitment to educating the community in drowning prevention and water safety.
The boss of an Aberdeen leisure organisation says the financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is "impossible to absorb" and warned sports facilities may have to close.
Vandals have smashed glass doors and damaged wood panelling at an Aberdeen swimming pool - just weeks after the green light was given for a major refurbishment.
A sports charity is calling on Aberdeen residents to help celebrate the reopening of the city’s only dry ski slopes.
For the first time in more than half a century people will be able to make a splash at Aberdeen’s Rubislaw Quarry.
Gyms, swimming pools and other leisure facilities across the north-east have thrown their doors open to fitness fans for the first time since they were shut due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
Gyms and leisure centres across the north-east are preparing to finally reopen on Monday.
A north-east children’s charity is set to launch a new golf tournament to help raise funds for sick kids and their families.
Leisure facility owners have spoken of their preparations for reopening their doors for the first time since March.
The further easing of lockdown in Scotland has been welcomed by the north-east leisure industry although it's not yet clear when many facilities will reopen in the city.
The putting surfaces at Kings Links were severely damaged after “the erroneous application of a strong chemical” in June and have become increasingly bare and dry as the season has gone on.
The team behind north-east leisure provider Sport Aberdeen are encouraging local businesses to enter this year's Virtual Society Awards.
The boss of the charity which operates sports facilities across Aberdeen has warned the future of the leisure industry "looks bleak."
An Aberdeen charity has become the first the city to sign up to a new free bike repair and maintenance scheme.
A Sport Aberdeen volunteer has been shortlisted as a finalist for a prestigious award ceremony.
An Aberdeen leisure chief has slammed the Scottish Government over the "catastrophic" decision to further delay the opening of gyms.
A north-east charity is encouraging youngsters to keep active while at home over the summer period.
The boss of a north-east sport body has warned the industry faces a "catastrophic financial blow" after the reopening of gyms was delayed.
Aberdeen golfer David Law hopes breaking the course record at Hazlehead bodes well for his European Tour return later this month.
Nearly 10,000 golfers have hit the fairways of Aberdeen's public courses in the last three weeks amid "exceptional" appetite for the sport since it returned.
Golf courses in Aberdeen are booked up for the remainder of the week after reopening for the first time in two months.
A new phone service has been set up after golfers keen to play their first round since lockdown began overwhelmed Sport Aberdeen's booking systems.
Four Aberdeen golf courses are set to reopen next week.
Children are being encouraged to keep active on the day of what would have been the seventh annual Aberdeen Youth Games.
The boss of an Aberdeen charity has called for support and clear guidance from the government on the recovery of the sports industry.
This year's Aberdeen's Sports Awards have been cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.