More than 26,000 people in the NHS Grampian region have received their flu vaccination despite issues with the new system for delivering appointments.
New sites in Dundee and Edinburgh join the list of centres including the one in Aberdeen.
ScotEquine aims to put all of Scotland's horses and ponies on the map and to track their movements across the country using a wallet-sized card
Six months since the cancellation of the 2020 Royal Highland Show and the RHASS £2 million fundraising appeal is gathering momentum.
The latest meeting of Inverurie Rotary club saw members discuss a variety of upcoming projects
Further rules were announced today during an announcement on the start date for the business support scheme which will open to new applicants.
North-east film student Bruce Murray from Huntly has turned to the Wild West for inspiration as part of course work for his degree.
Banff and Buchan MP David Duguid has defended the UK Government’s position on the Agriculture Bill vote.
The First Minister has highlighted travel issues in her daily briefing which may be affecting transmission.
Pupils from New Deer, Pitmedden, Rayne North, Alford, Ellon, Inverurie, Kemnay, Meldrum and Westhill feature in the performance.
The scheme will support low income workers who are asked to self-isolate and would lose income if they needed to isolate.
Positive test results continued to rise across NHS areas with Grampian seeing 52 cases.
Turriff is set to reintroduce services on October 22 with the rollout to include Alford, New Pitsligo, Macduff, Balmedie, Kemnay and Banff.
Two days of racing at Boyndie saw karters from across Scotland visit the north-east for the Northern Challenge.
Gordon MP Richard Thomson held a virtual meeting with Aberdeenshire North Foodbank to discuss the rise in use of the service locally.
The town and rural link services will restart on October 26 offering links to Cuminestown, Garmond, Auchterless, New Byth and Crudie.
The visitors suffered a comprehensive defeat at the hands of the Division 1 East side.
Updated guidance recommends easing restrictions in a range of ways, including extending indoor visit times.
A total of 14 drivers throughout Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray were charged for failing roadside drink or drug tests.
The Scottish Government paper will cover items such as plastic cutlery, single-use plastic plates and single-use plastic straws.