A north-east woman battling a rare cancer is holding a music festival with a difference next month.
A local historian is seeking help to piece together details of a fishing tragedy that claimed the lives of two men - and led to Aberdeen getting its first lifeboat.
Hundreds of new burial spaces are being created at a north-east church, which dates back to the 13th century.
Aberdeenshire Council is sure the region will be “well represented” in the battle for funding after Brexit.
A north-east Traveller hopes that additional funding can “remove barriers” for his community in the north-east.
Council chiefs hope the Scottish Government will offer money to help reach Holyrood targets for having an eco-friendly fleet of vehicles.
North-east farmers have called for plans to replace storm-damaged bridges as they revealed the strain their loss has placed on the local industry.
A community trust has launched a new map showcasing some of the walks in the local area.
Councillors have backed plans to scale back a north-east festival and are "very optimistic" it will help secure its future.
Aberdeenshire education chiefs are consider how to deal with fast-filling schools.
An institute set up to promote and celebrate the culture of the north-east will mark its 25th birthday today with an event showcasing the very best of the region’s creative talent.
Pitches and sport facilities across Aberdeenshire could be handed-over to communities in an effort to save the council thousands of pounds.
An Aberdeenshrie councillor has called on the authority to carry out further work with gypsy/travellers in the north-east.
Aberdeenshire's crumbling bridges are "one of the biggest challenges" facing the region it was claimed yesterday amid calls for additional investment.
A "Brexit Tree" will be planted by an Aberdeenshire arts group to mark the UK leaving the EU next week.
If walls could talk, Tillypronie House could tell an interesting tale or two.
Health chiefs have warned against the further expansion of an Aberdeenshire community amid fears over its proximity to a pipeline.
A north-east animal charity is “desperately” seeking a new home for 130 feathered friends.
Historic defences encircling Craigievar Castle are to become an integral part of the visitor experience.
Aberdeenshire Council unable to meet eco-friendly vehicle goals due to slow progress of change in manufacture
The slow pace of change in the manufacture of larger vehicles has left Aberdeenshire Council struggling to keep up with Scottish Government legislation demanding that petrol and diesel use is phased out by 2025.
Aberdeenshire’s Violence Against Women and Girls Partnership have launched a strategy and action plan to eradicate domestic abuse.
A Swedish energy farm has lodged plans for a second onshore wind farm in the north-east.
A national public body for theatres has backed the decision to spruce-up an iconic Aberdeen building - but said only the finest tradesmen should be used.
An Aberdeenshire farm has bounced back from a devastating blaze - and discovered a new lease of life selling pies.
One of the leaders of a project to transform a former bowling club into an award-winning garden and cafe has been named as the new owner of Books and Beans.
Plans to create a gym and technical block at a private Aberdeenshire school have been approved.
A festival celebrating the north-east arts scene could be scaled back due to lack of interest.
A north-east head teacher has been suspended pending an investigation by council bosses.
Campaigners have released a new report which they claim highlights the shortfalls of the A96 dualling project.
Property agents have slashed the price of a quaint Aberdeenshire church by £20,000.
A group of north-east musicians have raised hundreds of pounds for charity.
Aberdeenshire Council is desperately reviewing how they will make up for £12 million of EU funding after Brexit.