Huntly Swimming pool is set to reopen on Monday, October 5 and Turriff Swimming pool on Monday, October 12.
North-east politicians and business owners have called for an urgent meeting with bank bosses after it announced widespread closures.
People on low incomes will be eligible to receive a new £500 grant if asked to self-isolate.
NHS Grampian aims to recruit around 450 volunteers aged 18-84 from the Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire area as part of national trials.
The Highland League side has suspends all semi-professional activity.
The UK will negotiate annually with Norway and other coastal States to promote sustainable fisheries and a fairer deal for the fishing industry.
The service will be running collection sessions in Huntly, Insch, Alford and Kemnay on Friday, October 9.
Staff will move to both Marischal College and Woodhill House to operate from Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Council premises.
ANM Group has announced a series of new appointments to its livestock team.
Dunecht Estates Volunteers - Help for the Vulnerable scheme has claimed the North East Community Champion of the Year award.
The Arc Cinema in Peterhead is set to open its doors to the public on Friday.
Members of the local review body sided with planning officers in refusing the application.
The library van will be visiting Turriff, Aberchirder, Portsoy and Macduff on Tuesday, October 6 to allow users to return books.
Ellon Community Campus swimming pool have received the donation of a Sagewash Sanitizer chlorine gun from Ythan Amateur Swimming Club.
British Transport Police are appealing to parents to warn children of the dangers of trespassing after an incident in Inverurie earlier this month.
Douglas Ross visited the town to shown his support to John Crawley who is standing in the ward's by-election.
NHS Grampian saw 54 positive test results as results from the weekend were incorporated into daily figures.
The stakeholder study will have a particular focus on improving active travel and public transport connections.
League officials have paused the start of the 2020-21 season in view of the current public health circumstances.
Long needed repair works to several historical sites in Aberdeenshire are to go ahead a report before councillors will outline this week.