The work of fundraiser and educator Margaret McWilliam and cardiac nurse Liz Douglas has been recognised by the British Heart Foundation.
Homes and commercial premises in the Ellon, Oldmeldrum, Hatton, Boddam and Cruden Bay areas suffered damage to windows.
Funding is being made available to local authorities to support families including money to provide free school meals over the school holidays.
The health board has issued a new number for those who wish to change appointment dates and times.
The First Minister said that statement will be made tomorrow on the hospitality sector after a cabinet meeting is held in the morning.
Plans for a small two storey extension have been accepted to add to the facilities on offer at the Garioch Sports Centre.
The Fyvie to Rothienorman route will remain closed until work is completed to remove the obstacle and ensure the building is safe.
Councillor Martin Ford has raised the issue of the construction of the second course near Balmedie by Trump International.
Turriff Thistle faced rivals FC Polska at the Haughs with the home side taking a comfortable win.
NHS Grampian have said that issues currently affecting the system will be resolved and reassured those eligible that they will receive their vaccine.
Patients due to have vaccinations at Oldmeldrum Academy were contacted at short notice that their appointments had been rescheduled.
The Beaton Hall has reopened for use following the completion of measures to comply with Covid-19 restrictions.
Figures for Scotland have started to catch up to previous day's numbers after rerouted test results are processed.
Medical practices in the north-east have been provided with a new platform to care for patients and improve access to services.
The Peterkins Charitable Foundation and the Bennachie Ultra Marathon organisers handed over £1000 to Bennachie Centre Trust.
A testing capacity issue with the UK Government Lighthouse facility in Glasgow has led to samples being sent to other locations in the UK
The periodic review is carried out to ensure only those entitled to the discount are in receipt of it.
Aberdeenshire Council has taken delivery of five new electric vehicles and two hydrogen vehicles.
A new £1 million Scotland Loves Local fund will provide grants of up to £5000 to hundreds of projects to promote town centre and online businesses.
A team of experienced volunteer speakers is going digital to ensure SCAA takes its life-saving story to thousands of people across the north-east.