Aberdeenshire councillors have decided not to push through massive rises in public entertainment licences for community events.
One of the largest private collections of farming memorabilia in Scotland will be auctioned off by an Aberdeenshire museum later this month.
An Aberdeenshire business group held an emergency meeting yesterday to discuss the current business rates crisis.
The new inspector for Kincardine and Mearns has vowed to target violent crime and domestic abuse, while strengthening ties with communities big and small.
Dozens of people will gather this weekend for the official opening of the River Don salmon season.
Motorists on a busy north-east road will face disruption next week as a result of essential maintenance works.
Work has started on rebuilding a Victorian Deeside station which was destroyed by a fire almost two years ago.
Councillors have rubber stamped a £1.7million plan to breathe new life into a 500 year-old Mearns landmark - creating a new destination for day-trippers.
An Aberdeenshire village churchyard is at the centre of a row about a 150 year-old right of way.
North-east commuters are facing two weeks of disruption as a busy dual carriageway goes down to one lane in both directions.
Plans to build a 261ft wind turbine near Auchenblae have been rejected - despite winning the support of 40 local residents.
A north-east Hogmanay festival has confirmed a leading group will bring 2017 to an end.
Becoming a mother can often prove a daunting experience.
Aberdeenshire councillors will decide the fate of many north-east events this week when they consider changes to the cost of entertainment and other civic licences.
Time is running out to nominate Aberdeenshire's local heroes for a top community honour.
A social enterprise in Aberdeenshire is looking for more volunteers and offering taster sessions to anybody interested.
A north-east town is pioneering a new initiative to raise awareness of breastfeeding in public.
Residents of an Aberdeenshire town are being asked for their updated opinions on their community's future.
Aberdeenshire Council has adopted a one-price-fits-all policy for refuse collection.
A contentious scheme to flatten a disused north-east hotel and build new homes on the site has been rejected by Aberdeenshire Council.
An Aberdeenshire man has vowed to keep a village's only shop running - after its abrupt closure.
One of Aberdeenshire's most iconic landmarks will soon become more accessible after its pathways get upgraded.
The salmon season was officially opened on the River Dee yesterday to roars of laughter as comedian Alexander Armstrong cast a string of funny one-liners.
It means a lot to the community, but there will be a Pointless element to the new salmon season which gets underway today on the Dee.
A pioneering project has been rolled-out across the north-east with the hope of saving 50 lives every year.
A policy which means households in the south of Aberdeenshire get free wheelie bins - while those in the north have to pay - is set to ditched.
Five games were postponed but there was still plenty of action in the Highland League
Fire crews were called out to tackle a house fire in Aberdeenshire.
A lifesaving machine has been installed in a north-east town.
Doubts have surfaced over a controversial scheme to flatten a disused north-east hotel and construct new homes.
A scheme to create a new trampoline park in Inverurie is bounding through the local authority's planning process.
Plans to create vital disabled access improvements at an Aberdeenshire station as part of a multi-million pound project have moved forward.