Live Life Aberdeenshire has launched the Knit a Cosy Bosie initiative to help spread some warmth in communities this winter to those in need.
Residents in Balmedie, Ellon, Potterton, Collieston and Newburgh are taking part in the fundraiser for the NHS Grampian Endowment Fund.
NHS Grampian recorded a lower overall daily rate of positive cases, however the figures remain close to previous levels in both City and Shire areas.
Club members Ruth Pirie, Sonia McTavish and Amanda Anderson participated in this year's London Marathon which was held virtually around the country.
Turriff welcomed Fyvie FC to a friendly at the Haughs claiming a decisive win for the young Highland League side.
Lower Speyside YF were declared overall winners with their This Little Pig Stayed at Home creation.
Most cases continue to be centred on Aberdeen city but numbers in areas outwith the city have started to show increases.
Community and business champions have been recognised for their efforts.
Inverurie Rotarians welcome architect Fiona Lamb to discuss her heritage work
Audrey Wood has been awarded the British Empire Medal for her fundraising for the charity in the north-east
The Swim Aberdeenshire Team are seeking comments on proposals to reintroduce lessons in an alternative format at pools in Aberdeenshire.
In the last 24 hours NHS Grampian has recorded 68 positive tests for coronavirus in the north-east.
The Government will pay two thirds of employees’ salaries to protect jobs over the coming months.
Pupils and staff said a fond farewell to catering team member Lorna Chalmers who hung up her apron after 30 years at Turriff Primary School.
The new event will showcase a wide range of items in a temporary exhibition.
Services will begin stopping at the new station from Thursday, October 15.
The completed £55m project welcomed has welcomed its first official visitors ahead of the transition of pupils after the October holidays.
The charity has hidden 12 pictures of their teddy mascot in shop windows and is challenging families to find them all as part of a fundraiser.
The Turriff Town and Rural A2B, followed by Westhill A2B will be the first to come back in to service.
The initial findings of a community impact assessment have focused on the effects of lockdown in the north-east.