An ambitious project to redesign a major Aberdeen street to combat Covid-19 is due to get under way this weekend.
Councillors have been urged to approve plans for double yellow lines on the roads around a north-east school following concerns from parents.
A north-east nurse was just two days into a new role when the crisis took hold.
An online booking system to allow Aberdeenshire residents to start making trips to household recycling centres is now live.
North-east taxi drivers are starting up their engines to transport frontline workers and food parcels.
A north-east MSP has called on Scotland's local government umbrella organisation to reveal how much coronavirus could cost councils.
A north-east social care charity is continuing to support people across the region who are caring for friends and relatives during lockdown.
More than half the nurseries in Aberdeenshire are ready to provide increased hours for children under Scottish Government plans to extend early years provision.
A new north-east business which launched earlier this year is providing support and entertainment during the Covid-19 pandemic.
All children will have the opportunity to return to school in some form after lockdown, a north-east education chief has revealed.
A group working to save a historic Aberdeen building has warned repeated incidents of vandalism are hindering their efforts.
The number of people claiming Universal Credit benefit in the north-east has soared by more than 7,000 in the space of a month, new figures reveal.
War veteran Sandy Cortmann described himself as "just a humble private" - but to the people of Aberdeen, he represented so much more.
An Aberdeen is going head-to-head against an English rival in the battle of the steak dinners.
North-east pupils are set to return from their summer break a week early - as part of plans to get youngsters back to class.
Tributes have been paid to a "lovable" north-east man whose final journey took him to the golf club which was his "second home".
Education chiefs have warned they face “a complete and utter nightmare” as they explore ways of getting pupils back to school post-lockdown.
Aberdeen's hospitality industry is on a 'knife-edge' it has been claimed, after a city hotel went into liquidation.
Tributes have been paid to a much-loved Aberdeen taxi driver who was always "first in the queue" to help others.
Academics at Aberdeen University have released a study showing North Sea productivity levels may be affected for years to come by the current price collapse.
North-east residents have raised concerns about plans for a new aggregate recycling facility at a disused quarry.
NHS Grampian suspended hospital visits in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic and its hoped the new scheme will help vulnerable patients who don’t have access to wifi-enabled devices.
A union has launched a campaign to help prevent a "potential catastrophe" for thousands of offshore workers across the north-east.
The preferred option for routes to dual the A96 will now be released later this year.
Coffeehouse giant Starbucks has reopened two north-east drive-thrus today.
A group of children in an Aberdeen community are raising vital funds during lockdown by doing laps of their street.
North-east business leaders have given the extension of the UK Government's furlough scheme a cautious welcome.
A man has appeared in court charged with assault to injury and danger of life following an incident in an Aberdeen street.
An Aberdeen charity has appealed for essential food donations to continue to help support vulnerable people in the area.
Letters have been sent to unpaid carers in the north-east to let them know how to get equipment to help protect them against coronavirus.