The matter was covered as Aberdeenshire Council’s Communities Committee heard an update from the Poverty and Inequalities Strategic Group.
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) lessons have moved online in a bid to continue to engage with the many new learners in Aberdeenshire.
Work is still progressing to bring forward additional provision at schools and nurseries later this year.
Those at highest risk of severe illness from coronavirus began to receive deliveries of essentials in a scheme organised by Aberdeenshire Council.
The site offers a one-stop shop of virtual creativity and activity which can be accessed with the click of a button.
Aberdeenshire Community Resilience Fund is welcoming applications from groups for up to £2000 to support community resilience work.
A decision was made this week to halt the price rise until further notice.
Banff Academy staff have produced much needed equipment, but the call has now gone out to other potential manufacturers to get involved.
Susan Maclaren steps into the roles having moved from the Childcare and Learning Alliance in the Highlands.
Ministers have laid an order in the Scottish Parliament to revoke the statutory duty, allowing local authorities to focus on the pandemic response.
Aberdeenshire Council's guidelines on household waste and recycling services, including what to do if you show symptoms.
All face to face offices are now closed with the public now encouraged to use telephone and online contacts