His condition has worsened during afternoon
Persimmon Homes have launched their Building Futures fund.
LEADER-commissioned project continue to increase basic digital skills for those self isolating at home
Clap For Our Carers is now a weekly event.
A school football team are all kitted out for their return.
NHS Grampian's chief has invited the public to put forward questions for a live Facebook question-and-answer session on Thursday
THE charity can help with shopping, picking up subscriptions or walking the dog.
In an open letter, Jim Gifford has praised both council staff and the people of Aberdeenshire for how they are dealing with the ongoing pandemic
A BUCKIE bakery which looked to have closed its doors for the last time has been reprieved.
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BUCKIE Thistle boss Graeme Stewart says football isn't important when the country is in lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
THE 150th Open Championship will still take place in Scotland, the home of golf, despite the cancellation of this year's tournament.
SCHOOL may now be closed for the next few months, but Findochty Primary runners signed off in style with four victories in two cross country runs.
ELGIN cage fighter Aidan Stephen hopes a title fight will give him the boost he needs to realise his dream of fighting full-time.
THE Wimbledon tennis championships have been cancelled due to Covid-19 health concerns.
THE sporting lockdown denied a rugby-mad Drumblade youngster the opportunity to play on the hallowed turf of Murrayfield.
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Top musicians will tutor and perform
QUESTION marks continues to hang over some of the biggest music events planned for the summer.
The site offers a one-stop shop of virtual creativity and activity which can be accessed with the click of a button.
New series of the gardening and outdoors shows come to BBC Scotland on Thursday, April 16.
Acoustic gig online this Sunday
Event moves online
Eden Court collaborates in plans
A list of resources for musicians who may find themselves out of work during the coronavirus outbreak.