ScotRail paid delayed passengers more than £1 million in compensation in 2018/19 - a staggering 72.8% increase on the previous year.
North and north-east MSPs are growing increasingly concerned the Scottish Government will miss its target of delivering superfast broadband to all properties by 2021.
Staff overtime costs for the Scottish Government’s beleaguered farm payments IT system have totalled more than £1.8 million since 2015.
Aberdeen is home to the most crime-ridden train station in the north of Scotland, according to shocking new figures.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson is to look at setting up a task force to encourage the transportation of whisky distilled in the north and north-east by rail.
NHS Grampian accused of failing patients as it emerges that one in five cancelled operations in Scotland is in the north-east
Nursing leaders have warned patients are being failed as it emerged NHS Grampian accounted for almost one in five cancelled operations in Scotland last month.
ScotRail boss Alex Hynes has admitted it could be two years before punctuality targets are met and, even then, there are no guarantees that trains will run on time.
ScotRail has promised to invest around £18 million to help deliver “significant improvements” to its service, it has been announced.
Firefighters regularly travelled from Aberdeenshire and Moray to cover shifts in Aberdeen last year with some occasionally brought in from Inverness and Dundee.
Children in the north-east are enduring the longest waits in Scotland for mental health treatment with NHS Grampian patients waiting an average of 25 weeks.
MSPs were told yesterday that funding for NHS Grampian has been £239million short of its official target over the last decade.
MSPs from the north-east have expressed concern about the cost of introducing 20mph speed limits in towns and villages, claiming it will cost Aberdeenshire Council £500,000.
The north MSP behind the parking tax was accused of not having “a clue” about how it will work as parties clashed over the controversial proposal at Holyrood.
Funding for NHS Grampian will be £7.7 million short of its official target in the forthcoming financial year, official figures have revealed.
Food suppliers across Scotland have failed more than 9,000 food standards tests over the last five years, a figure that includes 3,671 failures in the Aberdeen City Council area.
Campaigners were celebrating last night after plans to take a major north-east road past an iconic landmark were withdrawn.
Members of a number of Conservative organisations have called for Donald Trump to bypass London and visit Balmoral instead on his UK trip this summer.
Aberdeen FC’s ambitious £50million stadium plans have taken their largest step forward yet - the overwhelming backing of city councillors.
The number of patients readmitted to NHS Grampian hospitals within two days of an being discharged early due to staff and bed shortages is three times the national average.
Data on teacher vacancies has not been collected by the Scottish Government since September 2016, parliamentary questions have revealed.
The Scottish Government is facing mounting pressure to publish an internal report into its troubled farm payments IT system.
A north-east bus firm has backed a campaign for seat belts to become mandatory for travelling children.
Lindsay Razaq, Westminster Correspondent
New figures have revealed more people than ever are risking their lives by trespassing on railway tracks in Scotland.
Scotland's transport minister Humza Yousaf has unveiled a new team to look into developing rail capacity in the north-east.
Fresh concerns have been raised about proposed boundary changes to Scottish Westminster constituencies that would split Banchory from other communities in Deeside.
The SNP has come under fire amid claims that rates at the party's headquarters will be cut by 34% - while businesses across Scotland face huge rises.
A North East MSP has warned Nicola Sturgeon not to "stall" on her commitment to rural broadband.
Politicians from across the north and north-east yesterday called for action to prevent further problems with farm subsidy payments.
Industry chiefs hailed the 2017 fish deal as “positive”, saying it would give much-needed stability for the fleet.
A north-east MSP is calling on the Scottish Government to set up an expert group to examine future agricultural subsidy support once the UK leaves Europe.
Scottish Government was forced to spend more than £1million on extra staff and overtime when administering farm subsidy payments.