Two Aberdeenshire firms will be receiving a six-figure sum from Scottish Government and European Union funding.
One of the most enjoyable aspects of my return to Aberdeen has been to start a programme of visits to schools across the north-east.
Northern Scotland would have benefited from more than £320 million in European Union funding over the next eight years had the UK not voted Leave, new analysis has revealed.
It will greet locals and visitors to the coastal town for many years to come.
A mental health support group could be facing a bleak future due to its struggles to meet running costs.
Shares in beleaguered Flybe received a boost yesterday after the regional airline agreed to a rebel shareholder’s “valid” request for a general meeting.
Funding for NHS Grampian will be £7.7 million short of its official target in the forthcoming financial year, official figures have revealed.
Pleasure gardens loved by Jane Austen are to be revitalised for the 21st century as six parks across the country share £13.8 million of lottery funding.
With a focus on accelerating growth and diversification across the region, companies of all sizes are being encouraged to explore their options to diversify, innovate, invest in their businesses and expand.
A community group has launched a scheme to reduce poverty and inequality in Caithness after receiving a funding boost worth nearly £200,000.
A charity founded by an iconic Moray business has revealed it will give away £1 million to local causes.
Rape crisis centres in the north and north-east will be given an extra £95,000 to boost the “invaluable” work they do to help people coming to terms with being sexually assaulted.
Magical cash boost for fans of Harry Potter as Glenfinnan car park one of several projects to receive vital funding
“Magical” funding for rural tourism projects - including parking for the the Harry Potter railway - in the north will help to create the infrastructure required for an ever increasing number of tourists in Scotland.
A hugely successful life-saving scheme aimed at reducing crashes on north-east roads has been spared the axe after businesses pledged £40,000 to secure its survival.
High Life Highland has won substantial funding for its leadership programme from the Year of Young People National Lottery Fund.
An investigation into the running of Moray Leisure Centre over the past 25 years has highlighted the flawed funding agreement between Moray Council and the company in charge of the centre.
Wind farm funds have delivered more than £44,000 in support for community-based projects in Moray during 2017-18.
An Aberdeen school that offers uniquely tailored support for children with additional supports needs is seeking an architect to lead a £10 million improvement plan.
It is one of Britain’s most remote locations, with a population of just 60.
A Moray-based mental health charity has been able to improve the support it provides to men who have experienced childhood sexual abuse thanks to a funding boost.
An Aberdeen charity has been given a four-figure donation from Aberdeen Standard Investments’ charitable foundation.
It is rich in military tradition and history.
An event celebrating Aberdeen’s diverse mix of cultures has been boosted by an £11,000 grant as it aims to expand its reach across the north-east.
An animal sanctuary is appealing for the public’s help to help cover the soaring costs of hay bales.
More than a million pounds has been awarded to Aden Country Park as part of plans to restore its historic buildings and improve the landscape.
Two of Moray’s rural estates are in line for a substantial investment over the next two years.
A new fund has been set up in Moray to support talented artists and encourage them to stay in the region.
NHS Grampian has agreed to move forward with a bid for more than £56 million of Scottish Government capital funding.
The Scottish Hydro Electric Community Trust is welcoming applications from the north of Scotland for financial support to connect to the electricity network.
Highland Council yesterday called for extra government funding to repair roads damaged by wintry weather as drifting snow continued to close routes in parts of the north yesterday.
Projects in Tain and Easter Ross have been given a share of £15,000 of community funding.
Budding north-east entrepreneurs have been handed a boost after a new support centre was handed £100,000 in funding.