Aberdeenshire Council’s roads team is currently “revising operational plans” to help make sure as many voters as possible can go to polling stations on December 12, regardless of potentially disruptive wintry weather.
Proposals for five multi-million-pound flood protection schemes in Aberdeenshire communities have been recommended for approval.
A petition with almost 600 signatures, calling for Aberdeenshire Council to oppose the dualling of the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road, will be considered by councillors next week.
Free use for electric car drivers from Aberdeenshire Council’s charging points could come to an end if new recommendations to cover costs are approved.
Aberdeenshire Council’s transport strategy team has won two national awards for its efforts in promoting greener transport options.
North Sea helicopter pilot raises thousands for charity that supports paralysed athletes by cycling 400 miles across Kenya
A North Sea helicopter pilot has raised £4,000 for charity by cycling 400 miles through the mountains, rainforests and towns of Kenya alongside seven tetraplegic athletes.
Drivers have been losing control of their vehicles on the icy streets of a new Aberdeenshire housing scheme because the developer has refused to provide grit bins.
A teenager has appeared in court after causing a disturbance at an Aberdeenshire school by loudly threatening to “deck” one of its pupils over an unpaid debt.
A teenager will appear in court today following an alleged disturbance at an Aberdeenshire school.
An additional decade will be afforded to developers seeking to transform a 19th-century seminary in Aberdeenshire into homes and a hotel.
Scotland’s first minister has reaffirmed the Scottish Government’s commitment to restoring maternity services at Moray’s biggest hospital – but insisted that safety must come first.
A major Scottish house-building company based in Aberdeenshire has confirmed it is considering firing staff just weeks before Christmas.
A community-led project to restore an Edwardian railway turntable has received a first-class accolade in this year’s Aberdeen Civic Society (ACS) awards.
Two multi-million-pound flood protection schemes have been backed by local councillors.
A debate on the rezoning of three schools in an Aberdeenshire community has been postponed to allow councillors to get more information first.
The Duke of Rothesay has backed efforts to restore a famous Deeside bridge all but destroyed by storms four years ago.
Scotland’s first minister took the campaign trail to the north-east to personally back her party’s candidates in two of the most highly-contested seats in Scotland.
A notorious stretch of an Aberdeenshire road where eight accidents took place over a seven year period will be reduced to 40mph to help improve safety.
Fears building £31million flood protection scheme over fairways of Ballater Golf Course could cost tourism income
An 11-foot high wall could be driven through the heart of Ballater's golf course and caravan park as part of a proposed £31 million flood protection scheme.
The number of Aberdeenshire Council tenants in rent arrears has increased since the roll-out of the controversial universal credit system.
Aberdeenshire Council has revealed it will have to remove 15 trees from a Stonehaven street to continue due to unexpected ground conditions discovered during flood works.
Roads were flooded and rivers burst their banks as severe rain caused chaos throughout the north-east.
A man has been charged following the recovery of chemicals from a property on King Street in Aberdeen.
A new book exploring the history of one of the north-east’s most popular hills and its surrounding community will be launched this month.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has announced he will not seek re-election following accusations he groped another MP.
Residents told to get to ‘back of properties’ after ‘unidentified items’ found outside Aberdeen petrol station
A man has been arrested after the bomb squad were called to a street in Aberdeen in response to concerns about "unidentified items" left outside a petrol station.
An 85-year-old man said last night he was "hugely relieved" after being cleared of a string of sexual assaults against vulnerable women.
Lives at sea will be saved faster and with less risk off the north-east coast thanks to a new £214,000 lifeboat.
A railway station that burned down before being rebuilt through a multi-million pound restoration project has been shortlisted in the National Rail Heritage Awards.
A multi-million-pound flood prevention plan has been formed to protect a Deeside community which was devastated by unprecedented storms four years ago.
Tonight's Music Hall audience was treated to a trip to Graceland thanks to a spectacular performance paying tribute to the great Paul Simon.
Literature lovers in Aberdeenshire should get ready to bookmark their diaries for a whole week of exciting activities next month as libraries throughout the region prepare for Book Week Scotland.