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.
The director of Soundfestival said she was “hugely disappointed” yesterday after the north-east event was denied three-year funding by Creative Scotland.
Campaigners have warned the future of a £23million sports complex could be in jeopardy if councillors do not commit to it financially.
The charity regulator has launched a probe into the Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
A major funding award has helped boost business at a north-east community enterprise.
There has been “little action” over hundreds of millions of pounds of Scottish Government funding for the north-east promised almost two years ago, according to an Aberdeen MP.
A lifeline has been thrown to the threatened Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) after a final decision on whether to continue council funding was deferred.
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Councillors will finally decide on funding a threatened military museum next week.
Staff raffle tickets are being sold at the city council HQ in an attempt to close a funding black hole of nearly £7million for the Aberdeen Art Gallery revamp.
Celebrity backers of the threatened Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) have argued that withdrawing funding for the event would be a “very sad day” for the city.
Heritage projects worth £200,000 have been lined up to secure the future of buildings and features across the north east.
Councillors who “trashed” the city’s reputation by announcing plans to scrap funding for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) should abandon their “non-starter” City of Culture bid, the chairman of Aberdeen Festivals has warned.
Moray Leisure Centre is facing closure amid fears that running costs are “spiralling out of control” at a time when visitor numbers are dropping.
Peterhead residents are being asked to share their opinions on how they believe new funding could benefit its sport, cultural and community facilities.
Groups and schools across the north-east have been awarded a share of more than £25,000 from the National Lottery.
Fresh allegations of funding announcements made in the month leading up to tomorrow's general election have been made by the Scottish Conservatives.
The Scottish Government has admitted to an error of judgement over funding announcements during purdah.
Moray community groups are looking towards a bright future after learning about a new £3.5million funding scheme aimed at improving the area.
The announcements of millions of pounds for fishing and crofting during purdah has been criticised by north-east MSP Ross Thomson.
NHS Grampian's recruitment crisis has led to increasing use of locum surgeons, and left the health board millions out of pocket.
An Aberdeen University academic has been awarded £2million to lead a study into the use of soil in combating global warming.
Aberdeen City Council has urged groups and volunteer organisations to apply for cash from a £1,000 funding pot.
Education Secretary John Swinney yesterday announced £3million of funding to train hundreds of new teachers.
A charity which helps needy families eat more healthily faces a bleak future after being cut adrift by NHS Grampian.
An Aberdeen museum which tells the 200-year history of “the finest regiment in the world” is to lose its Ministry of Defence funding.
Moray College has been left £500,000 out of pocket because of a lopsided funding system which has funnelled the cash into other campuses.
Angry Aberdeen council leaders have claimed new figures show the city is in line for a funding cut of more than £40million from the Scottish Government.
The Scottish Government has underfunded north and north-east health boards by more than £20million this year.
Lochaber residents have helped Highland Council award grants totalling £30,000 to 27 local clubs, groups and projects.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has awarded a total of more than £200,000 to a trio of geoscience companies for projects aimed at boosting offshore exploration.