One of the nation’s largest seabird colonies and a top seal-spotting beach are among six natural beauty spots to benefit from a cash boost of more than £320,000.
One of the UK’s biggest banks has delivered a major boost to women in business by launching a £1 billion funding pot to support female entrepreneurs.
University academics have been enlisted in an effort to evaluate how the north's roads can be made safer for motorcyclists.
A £20 million-plus food and drink development “hub” for the north-east will open in 2022 after a £10m commitment of Scottish and UK Government cash, it has been announced.
Thousands of pounds are to be spent restoring a rare double decker bus which is hoped could be the key to drawing significant numbers of additional tourists to an Aberdeenshire town.
Hundreds of at risk Scots will benefit from the award of £1.9 million to charities tackling disadvantage and social exclusion.
Charities and community groups across the north-east are being urged to apply for funding through the Tesco Bags of Help scheme.
The Government will use £40 million to help cut the “ridiculous” waste of time caused by slow computer logins plaguing NHS staff.
A scheme encouraging north youngsters to get active has been awarded £2,000 from a major funding campaign.
More than 700 volunteers have been given a boost in their efforts to upgrade well-loved paths across the country.
A dilapidated cottage in a scenic area of Moray could be revitalised if funding is approved at a council meeting this week.
A leading Perthshire producer has called on fellow farmers to forego their individual shares of next year’s allocation of EU convergence funds and agree to the money being invested in innovation, research and new technologies that will deliver long-term benefits.
The Conservatives have made an election pledge to maintain levels of farm funding for the lifetime of the next Parliament – a full two years longer than the current commitment.
After years of belt-tightening, school leaders and teachers have been lobbying for investment in the nation’s schools, and it now seems that politicians are responding.
The Garmouth and Kingston Amenities Association has confirmed it is working on establishing a community facility, after receiving financial assistance from Scottish and Southern Energy.
NHS Highland must make urgent changes to deal with its “complex” problems, including a failure to make multi-million pound savings, staff shortages and bullying.
City council gives Peacock Visual Arts grant of more than £30,000 – after slashing its funding earlier in year
Aberdeen council bosses have given thousands in funding to a city charity - after cutting their budget earlier this year.
Aberdeenshire councillors have been asked to award £160,000 of funding to allow a north-east enterprise to relocate.
Moray Council’s children and young people’s committee confirmed yesterday that further work will be carried out to tackle the cost of the school day.
A north-east crime writing festival is celebrating after receiving a significant cash boost to support its growth.
A hall in a Moray village could be given a £15,000 upgrade after being short-listed for a funding prize.
Aberdeen co-leader Jenny Laing has warned Nicola Sturgeon that the SNP's flagship pledge to scrap council charges for social care like meals on wheels must be funded properly.
The UK government has been urged to intervene to help Aberdeenshire repair its stricken roads network.
Toddlers will enjoy new toys and primary school pupils will host their own "business breakfast" after receiving grants from a local housing firm.
A £50,000 grant will support a first-of-its-kind study working to explain the plight of Scotland's iconic wild salmon.
One area to be praised by inspectors was the prison's family centre services - but yesterday it was revealed these have since been slashed due to funding cuts.
More than £500,000 of Moray LEADER funds has been allocated to seven new projects.
Northern Scotland is in danger of being "short-changed" by the UK Government after European Union funding ceases, an MP has claimed.
Stonehaven’s popular beach boardwalk will undergo a £250,000 transformation after receiving funding from the Scottish Government.
A north-east bowling club has secured funding to repair its precious green.
An Inverness playgroup that has run for 30 years has become a casualty of the Scottish Government's new childcare pledge.
Councillors have agreed to spend £75,000 to spruce up Peterhead town centre.