North-east parents are furious that an "unfair" loophole means some pupils in the region will still have to pay for school buses.
New street lighting will be installed in a north-east town to resolve the concerns of residents.
Bereaved parents in a north-east town have been offered a unique opportunity to remember their children.
A north-east community group has been praised for setting the bench mark for mental health support across Scotland.
Residents fear for emergency services access as council can’t afford to replace six bridges destroyed in flooding
A rural community fears being "cut off" from the emergency services after Aberdeenshire Council said replacing bridges destroyed in recent flooding would be too expensive.
People of all ages from Aberdeenshire are being encouraged to curl up with a selection of good books during the colder months.
A Christmas concert in a north-east town will help raise funds to provide refugees with trauma counselling.
Detailed plans for what is said to be one of the first renewable energy parks of its kind in Scotland have been submitted.
A grieving north-east family has raised thousands for a bereavement charity in honour of a "devoted father" killed in an industrial accident.
Aberdeenshire Council is poised to strike a three-year dredging deal to prevent excessive sediment building up at the region’s harbours.
The public have been asked to lend a helping hand to support the additional repair costs for a First World War memorial arch in a north-east cemetery.
An award-winning Scottish rock group will headline a popular north-east boat festival next summer.
Campaigners fighting to save a north-east hospital have been left "absolutely gutted"after health chiefs confirmed it will close to patients within weeks.
Couple left with water ‘not even a dog could drink’ after work on Travellers site contaminates supply
A north-east couple were left without safe water for months after work on a Travellers site left the supply so contaminated that “not even a dog could drink it”.
A winter road safety campaign has been launched aimed at both pedestrians and drivers.
Sir Chilly Connolly and Haddo Nuff O the Sna: The winning names for the Aberdeenshire gritters are revealed
Sleeting Beauty and Gritty Gritty Bang Bang were among the top names chosen by kids for Aberdeenshire's fleet of gritters.
People in a north-east community are being encouraged to have their say on what additions they'd like to see during the development of a town trail.
A north-east fitness instructor is urging the public to have their say on a project that will benefit the town centre.
More than 1,500 people enjoyed a day of festive fun in Peterhead at the weekend.
A north-east community got into the festive spirit by making all sorts of knitted Christmas decorations.
Pupils from a north-east primary school have been given advice about how to be safe around busy roads.
Swimming classes for children with additional support needs has been introduced across Aberdeenshire.
Aberdeenshire councillors have rejected the planning application for a travellers site because of concerns it could have a negative impact on the health of locals.
The launch of a popular north-east charity fundraising event has proved a resounding success.
A diabetic pensioner claims he was forced to travel 226 miles around Aberdeenshire seeking treatment after losing the sight in his left eye.
A north-east man has written a book filled with political poems inspired by all sorts of "outrageous" social media posts.
A north-east garden centre has helped support those in need at Christmas for over a decade - and they are looking for help again this year.
Aberdeenshire Council's adoption service has been praised by inspectors following a review.
Dozens of events have been added to a year-long celebration of the sea which will take place throughout Scotland next year.
A Peterhead cadet officer is pulling on her running shoes to raise cash for the unit after securing a place in the London Marathon.
Scottish Conservative acting leader claims vote for any other party would harm fishing industry on visit to Fraserburgh
The acting leader of the Scottish Conservatives claimed that a vote for any other party would mean "abandoning our fishing fleets to EU rules" as he visited the north-east.
Historic Environment Scotland is offering free entry to the region's best loved sites this month.