New research has found that a greater number of children with disabilities in Aberdeen are learning to swim through inclusion in mainstream classes.
A street sport programme hailed as a "great success" for cutting antisocial behaviour has returned to Dyce.
Two popular outdoor activity groups have merged in an effort to broaden the range of outdoor pursuits available in Aberdeen.
Repairs to Aberdeen's Beach Leisure Centre will begin next year in response to concerns raised by its operators.
Aberdeen council bosses are probing the costs of a new entrance for a city leisure centre- after a report raised concerns over the facility’s design.
Community groups across the north and north-east have been playing a major role in helping to alleviate “holiday hunger” among schoolchildren over the holidays.
An Aberdeen sporting organisation has joined forces with a north-east children’s charity to help 200,000 sick youngsters a year.
A new initiative has teed off in Aberdeen, providing youngsters with access to golf coaching and courses in the area.
A record number of Aberdeen school children have taken part in a series of active, healthy runs.
Thousands of young swimmers in Aberdeen are to be taught life-saving skills and how to rescue themselves if they get into trouble in the water.
An Aberdeen walking football group has clocked up more than 5,000 hours of game time in its first three years.
An Aberdeen pupil beat competition from 44 other schools for the chance to design the medals for a city-wide sports festival.
More than 1,500 youngsters were cheered on by world-class sports stars at a special event in the north-east yesterday.
A wealth of nearly-new cycling equipment used to christen the Aberdeen bypass has been donated to a pair of local organisations.
The £350,000 overhaul of an Aberdeen leisure centre has been named as the best project of its kind in the UK - beating rivals which had undergone multi-million-pound revamps.
A committee which encourages girls in Aberdeen to live active lives has been commended in parliament.
Sport Aberdeen is in the running for a series of top leisure prizes.
Calls were yesterday made for the council to "come clean" over whether any sports facilities in the city will close as a result of major funding cuts.
Public toilets, libraries and community centres could close under ‘heartbreaking’ Aberdeen City Council budget plans
The city council could close all of its public toilets, all but one of its libraries and axe all lollipop men and women in an effort save £45 million over the next year.
A children's entertainment firm has expanded a scheme which allows children undergoing cancer treatment to go swimming, after being granted a permanent base at an Aberdeen pool.
A funding boost will be used to up-skill and engage over 75 young people from schools across Aberdeen.
A north-east charity has secured funding to make sure that every child in Aberdeen will learn how to ride a bike.
An Aberdeen sports complex has reopened following an extensive £350,000 overhaul.
A previously “run-down” sports centre has undergone a colourful makeover as part of a £250,000 improvement project.
Scottish tennis has never enjoyed such a high profile.
The head of Aberdeen’s premier rugby club has attacked Sport Aberdeen claiming it has “no interest in sport for the community” while he highlighted mounting problems that face the city’s leisure organisations.
Worthy north and north-east projects which help troubled youngsters, feed the homeless and provide exercise sessions for poorly pensioners have been nominated in the Scottish Charity Awards.
Footballers are being urged to pick up their empty water bottles after their matches.
A “run down” Aberdeen sports centre is poised to undergo improvements worth £250,000 as part of plans to get people healthier.
Golf at a popular Aberdeen course could be bunkered for the rest of the year due to “significant” drainage works.
Ambitious renovation works approved for an Aberdeen swimming pool a year ago have not yet begun.
The Scottish Government last night performed a U-turn on plans for a rates raid that could have led to the closure of sports centres, museums and libraries in northern Scotland.