More GP surgeries in the north-east could be at risk of closure unless the Scottish government trains more people to become family doctors.
Treatment delays within ‘cash starved’ NHS Grampian ‘will seem endless for people suffering with chronic pain’, says MSP
Treatment delays within NHS Grampian "will seem endless for people suffering with chronic pain", the Scottish Government has been told.
Hundreds of patients records have been permanently lost by the NHS in the north and north-east in recent years.
NHS Grampian has defended its use of homeopathic remedies for patients, despite Scottish health bosses saying there is “no evidence” that they work.
NHS Grampian and NHS Highland are failing to meet drug and alcohol treatment targets.
The fate of a historic Aberdeen building has become the centre of a political feud.
Figures used by the Scottish Government to demonstrate the multi-billion pound impact of the Aberdeen bypass have not been updated in a decade, it has emerged.
The NorthLink Ferries team, who raised £7,000 for the Archie Foundation at Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital, have been recognised in the Scottish Parliament.
Health chiefs have been urged to provide guarantees that the north-east's neo-natal unit will not be downgraded as part of a nationwide review.
A contractor has been appointed to oversee an £18million project to end the gridlock at a notorious north-east roundabout.
Aberdeen University bosses have pledged to double the number of students from the most deprived Scottish neighbourhoods.
The first of a fleet of new high-speed trains will travel from Aberdeen next week.
More than four guns a day have been surrendered to north-east police since a nationwide weapons amnesty was launched this week.
Councils across northern Scotland have spent more than £50million on supply teachers over the past three years.
An army of more than 250 teachers have left the profession in Aberdeen in the last year - as bullying and grievance complaints hit a three-year high.
Aberdeen's deputy provost is facing calls to step down from his post having accepted an MSP position in Holyrood.
A leading councillor under fire for not giving up his seat after becoming an MSP has said he will give his townhouse salary to charity.
A Conservative is in line to become an MSP without getting the nod from party members, The Press and Journal can reveal.
Aberdeen's newly-installed Deputy Provost could be making a move to Holyrood after the success of his Conservative colleagues in seats across the north-east.