Royal Mail is looking for a new home for a pillar box on a busy street - because it keeps getting hit by buses.
Health watchdogs have found that older people in the north-east are being mostly well served by efforts to integrate health and social care - but some people faced dangerous delays.
Up to another £100,000 could be spent analysing Aberdeen's car parks as part of the £27 million city centre masterplan.
Aberdeen council is seeking emergency talks with bus bosses and the Scottish government over the withdrawal of services.
Eyesore pillar boxes are to get a new lick of paint after mail chiefs were urged not to undermine a restoration of Union Street.
A pioneering project to improve primary science teaching could be copied across the country through major investment from a major north-east charity.
Sir Ian Wood said yesterday it is now a "fact of life" that the state needs wealthy private benefactors to bankroll some projects.
A trade union has warned of potential cuts and closures to leisure facilities across the north-east.
Public donations to north-east food banks have plummeted by 75%, slashing supplies at a time of record demand.
A controversial plan to revive the breeding of dogs on the site of a notorious illegal puppy farm has been abandoned.
Researchers who believe they have found a way to keep older people stronger for longer are looking for over 70s in the north-east to join a trial.
A life-extending cancer pill tested at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has taken another step towards being made available to patients.
Nine out of the 54 fire engines in the north-east have been replaced with red ones since 2013.
Older people could be forced to wait years longer for cut-price leisure facilities under a proposed shake-up of council discounts.
An innovative online suicide-prevention tool has attracted more than 6,000 users just months after being launched.
An MP has quit a high-profile Westminster scrutiny role - saying it was preventing her spending sufficient time in her constituency.
Poverty-hit families across the north and north-east are to benefit from government-funded projects aimed at reducing reliance on food banks.
North-east council chiefs were warned that closing day centres risked turning a psychiatric hospital into a "dumping ground" for people with mental health issues.
High-prescribing doctors could be targeted for action after spiralling costs left Grampian NHS chiefs staring at a £2million-plus overspend.
Would-be snow wardens are being promised insurance cover in a bid to encourage volunteers to help clear pavements.
An emergency inspection of Aberdeen schools has found nothing to suggest that they may be at risk of an Edinburgh-style collapse.
Dozens of jobs could be created by the conversion of a disused industrial unit into Aberdeen's first dedicated trampolining arena.
A plan to bathe three tower blocks in "funky" lighting is back on track after being derailed by cuts to green energy subsidies.
College students across the north and north east face strike disruption after crunch talks broke up without a new pay deal for support staff.
Gamekeepers have warned walkers' safety is being put at risk by people sabotaging legal traps.
A tragic mum who died trying to save her young son from the sea had just been diagnosed with diabetes – and immediately set up a support group for fellow sufferers.
Judy Murray urged children to learn valuable life lessons from Team GB’s exceptional success at the Rio Olympics.
Almost a third of Aberdeen primary schools started the new academic year without a permanent headteacher.
Suicides in Aberdeen have more than doubled in four years, prompting calls for more help to be offered to workers affected by the oil and gas industry crisis.
A fairytale castle is having its fire protection beefed up amid concerns some parts of the landmark have been left vulnerable to a blaze.
Protesters warned cost-cutting changes to mental health services would be a false economy that could leave vulnerable people in greater need.
A war veteran seriously injured in Afghanistan has challenged walkers to take on a "very special" charity fundraiser on the Queen's Balmoral estate.