Councillors are being asked to give the final approval to a north-east Scout group to transfer new outdoor land for use by the youngsters.
Charlie House's lifelong dream of building a specialist-support centre in Aberdeen will now become a reality - after plans for its new premises was approved.
Aberdeen is set to stay at level two of the Scottish Government's Covid-19 framework when it is reviewed tomorrow.
The city council aims to roll out increased hours for children at nurseries in Aberdeen after the summer holidays next year.
Jackie began fostering Sadie when she was only three-years-old. She originally intended to provide a supportive foster placement to her until she was matched with her forever family. As part of Adoption Week Scotland, they've shared their story.
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.
Yamaha has announced new Yamaha Tracer 9 and 9 GT models.
Nissan has introduced a facelifted version of its popular Micra, bringing a more streamlined specifications list as well as a new, more efficient engine.
Hyundai has updated its popular Kona Electric, bringing a noticeable design upgrade as well as introducing additional safety equipment.
Education chiefs have begun drafting in dozens of extra teachers in north-east schools to cope with Covid-19 absences and provide support for pupils.
A shoplifter spat on a door and licked the handle after being caught by staff, leaving one employee "terrified" of catching coronavirus.
More than a dozen emergency workers are being attacked in the north-east every week, according to new figures.
Plans for hundreds of flats in Aberdeen are set to be given the green light - despite councillors unanimously rejecting them last year.
Jaguar has given its compact E-Pace SUV a mid-life refresh, bringing a range of new hybrid powertrains as well as a variety of updates.
The co-leaders of Aberdeen City Council have urged the First Minister to meet them in a bid to tackle the "economic tsunami" caused by Covid-19.
A watchdog accused of “burying bad news” about dodgy carers is to start publishing reports again.
The Scottish Government's health minister has been urged to meet local chiefs in the north-east over issues with this year's flu vaccination programme.
Pupils attending schools in the north-east's most-deprived areas were around six times more likely to have their Higher results lowered than those in the most affluent as a result of the exams scandal.
Porsche has broadened its Panamera range of cars with three updated variants.
Horrified families have been targeted by thugs firing ball bearings through their windows in a spate of north-east attacks.
A former Aberdeen primary school is set to be demolished.
Hospitality businesses which were forced to close during Aberdeen's local lockdown are in line for an extra funding boost.
Harbour chiefs in Aberdeen have issued a stark safety warning over the dangers of trespassing.
Voters are set to go to the polls tomorrow as parties vie for a vacant seat in a north-east council ward.
Covid-19 vaccine trials have now begun in the north-east, after an overwhelming response from people volunteering to take part.
Three north-east councillors have been shortlisted for awards at a prestigious ceremony.
Staff at a Royal Mail depot in Aberdeen have tested positive for Covid-19.
An Aberdeen MSP has called for a review into fire safety at high-rise blocks in the city.
Government officials have been urged to provide financial backing for Aberdeen's harbour expansion project to ensure it is not hit by further delays.
Pub and restaurant owners have been left “furious” and counting the costs of new coronavirus measures, claiming they make trading “unviable.”