A special pot luck supper competition will be held in Aberdeen to raise funds for a north-east cancer care centre.
A police investigation is underway after a doctor was found dead in a north-east operating theatre.
A paraglider has been airlifted to hospital after crashing on Tap o' Noth in Rhynie.
An Aberdeen FC supporter has spoken of his delight after the Dons gave him a signed shirt to be auctioned off to help Aberdeen Royal Infirmary's staff garden appeal.
Health chiefs were ordered to apologise to a diabetes patient who says he was left almost blind as a result of delays in treatment.
Aberdeen surgeon Louise McCullough becomes first-ever woman to complete SAS: Who Dares Wins challenge
Louise McCullough was pushed to the limits of her endurance and resilience when she travelled to the Andes in Chile last autumn.
NHS Grampian is opening up its dermatology department at weekends to help reduce waiting times.
A fisherman has been airlifted to hospital after suffering a stroke on board a boat eight miles off the coast of Macduff.
The biggest group of doctors within Grampian's flagship hospital have backed a campaign to tackle fatigue amongst staff.
Aberdeen Coastguard were called to assist with the medical evacuation of a crew member throughout the night. The team were notified of the incident, which took place 175 nautical miles south-east of Aberdeen, at 3.43am this morning. A rescue helicopter took the casualty to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Their condition is unknown.
NHS Grampian is examining staff at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary for tuberculosis (TB) after a porter was diagnosed with the infectious disease.
Health bosses believe Aberdeen’s new major trauma centre could help solve the recruitment crisis while also saving lives.
The long-awaited centre is the first of its kind in Scotland, and will form part of a network with Dundee, Glasgow and Edinburgh and will initially be funded by £15.2million set aside by the government.
A man is in hospital with serious injuries after an industrial accident at a car dealership in Aberdeen this morning.
Unite the union has today raised serious health and safety concerns after being told of working dangerously long hours at the North Division of the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS).
A group of Moray fundraisers are aiming to boost a charity with a personal link to the community.
The physical injuries of those who escaped were more easily mended than the psychological. Both left scars. The son of one survivor knows from painful experience just how deep they can run.
The scale of the Piper Alpha disaster was beyond anything Aberdeen's flagship hospital had experience before. At the helm was medical director Gordon Stone, who vividly recalls the extraordinary team spirit show by staff.
Staff shortages at NHS Grampian have seen some hospitals’ ability to perform operations slashed by almost one-third in just two years.
Deciding to quit the rat race to sail around the world sounds like something out of a Hollywood movie.
A man has been airlifted to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary from an offshore platform. The coastguard was made aware of a man with injuries at around 4.50pm and the Inverness helicopter was sent to collect him. It is unclear at this stage which platform he had been working on. Read more on Energy Voice here.
A north-east couple claim they have the “bragging rights” after naming their son Louis on the same day the Royal Baby was born.
A prisoner who tricked officers into thinking he had appendicitis by cutting himself with a broken lighter in a “calculated” prison escape has had more than a year added to his time behind bars.
NHS Grampian’s flagship £10million car park has come under fire from concerned parents of disabled youngsters who believe it is adding to the stress of hospital visits.
Gritters were out in force last night ahead of the incoming “Beast from the East” forecast to batter the north-east this week.
Medication delays for patients at a flagship city hospital are expected to last until next week.
Drew McDonald has potentially saved thousands of lives since starting work at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary more than a decade ago.
A north-east woman has started a new tradition by giving up her Christmas holidays to raise money for charity.
A woman who was forced to cancel her 60th birthday party for a liver transplant now plans to celebrate in style - and raise money to “give something back”.
A final opening date for a long-awaited hospital car park has still not been set – despite the facility being due to open last month.
A Fraserburgh dad left unable to walk or talk after a horrific car crash could finally be able to get home from hospital thanks to a major fundraising effort.
Health chiefs have confirmed that dozens of non-urgent operations at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI) have been cancelled this week.
Sir Ian Wood has welcomed progress to a new north-east hospital car park, made possible by a £10million donation by his family's charity.