Aberdeen chiefs have warned a national lockdown would spell disaster for Aberdeen - with one claiming it would prove the "kiss of death" for businesses in the city.
EXCLUSIVE: Sister of train driver killed in Stonehaven tragedy demands apology from ‘disrespectful’ minister
Salina McCullough said the Government minister’s tone was “childlike and utterly disrespectful” after he described the crash site as being “like a Hornby train set thrown up in the air”.
Solar panels are being fitted to the homes of residents living in a north-east town.
As well significant changes to key roads, including the A90 at Toll of Birness, the route between Peterhead and Fraserburgh, one councillor has called for a new rail line to reconnect Aberdeen, Ellon and Peterhead.
An Aberdeen care home has been ordered to improve by inspectors after being rated as "weak" for its Covid-19 measures.
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.
More than 35,000 jobs in Aberdeen could be lost if the UK Government's furlough scheme ends next month, an MP has warned.
"If staff or pupils at Westhill Academy become ill as a result of this incident or any other similar event, we may have to close to some or all pupils, and everyone is affected."
An Aberdeen bar owner has hit out over delays to outdoor licensing.
Mental health support for new mothers has been described as a "postcode lottery", with women in the north-east raising concerns about the lack of services in the region.
The reopening of the Aberdeen Art Gallery has been hailed a success.
The director of an Aberdeenshire community larder is to set up a crowdfunding campaign so volunteers can keep providing a vital service.
Millions of pounds of grant funding has been issued across the north-east to businesses since the start of Covid-19.
Bosses at a teaching union have called for more teachers to be hired to help city schools cope with the impact of Covid-19.
The number of teenage pregnancies in the north-east have fallen significantly since 2007, statistics have shown.
A councillor who repeatedly called for safety measures at a major north-east junction has welcomed the installation of traffic lights.
A public consultation is to be held on plans to build homes on the grounds of a former Aberdeen academy.
Aberdeen must make clear it is safe and open for business once more, according to a city business leader.
Work to install traffic lights to make a major Aberdeen road junction safer has been completed.
Communications giant BT has confirmed it is set to leave Aberdeen in a matter of months - leaving more than 100 jobs under threat.
The couple raced back to the property in Balmedie where they saw firefighters attempting to resuscitate their rottweiler cross Alsatian, Luna, who was inside at the time of the blaze.
Work to install a width restriction on an Aberdeen road has been delayed due to coronavirus.
Lexus has revealed pricing for its updated LC Coupe and Convertible cars.
The civic leaders of Aberdeen and Dundee have hit out at a councillor's "poisonous" remarks after the Granite City was branded a "hell hole" on social media.
Details of a voucher scheme to help ensure everyone in Scotland has access to superfast broadband by the end of next year has been announced.
The north-east community has stood in silence to remember the three men who died in the Stonehaven rail crash.
Communities across Aberdeenshire have received a share of £1 million of grants to help town centres recover from the impact of coronavirus.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has called on the Scottish Government to provide financial assistance to businesses in the city.
Politicians have called for the safety of children returning to school to be the "immediate priority" as it emerged a lockdown extension could not be ruled out for the city.
The first major housing development consultation for Aberdeen has taken place online.