A range of community groups have been given a share of £80,000 for various projects across the north-east.
North-east councillors have submitted a list of critical comments in response to draft proposals for transforming the fashion in which recycling centres are run.
A new food and drink pavilion will be introduced at this year’s Turriff Show after £70,000 of investment.
The driver of a tipper truck who reversed over and killed his foreman has told the court he had his radio on but was well aware of his blind spot.
Officers are appealing for information after vandals ripped up the plants in a school garden.
A north-east MSP believes the critically-acclaimed beaches of Aberdeenshire will bring a new wave of tourism success for the area.
Vandals have spray-painted Nazi and IRA slogans on the walls of a building at the Haughs - just weeks before the Turriff Show.
A truck driver accused of reversing over his colleague has said the tragedy will stay with him forever.
Roads workers have said they heard the bleep of a tipper truck reversing just before it hit a colleague - but admitted they do become "immune" to the noise.
An area of overgrown woodland in Peterhead has been transformed into an adventure park where locals can participate in survival training.
A digger driver has described the moment he saw his colleague being sent into "freefall" after being hit by a reversing truck.
Model boating enthusiasts have been forced to pull the plug on their hobby as weeds have taken over the water at a scenic coastal spot and wreaked havoc on carefully crafted vessels.
Carers from across the north-east have been invited to celebrate their work while also suggesting how a north-east public garden can be improved.
Dad blasts north-east school’s ‘ridiculous’ uniform policy as he buys outfit for daughter to wear ‘for weeks’
A north-east dad has branded a school's uniform policy "ridiculous" after paying nearly £100 for an outfit he believes his daughter will only wear for weeks.
Banff Parish Church ordered by council to take banner down despite identical signs being up across the UK
A church has been ordered to take down a banner after just one complaint - despite the same message being displayed on other buildings across Scotland.
Shrek, Donkey and other musical cast members entertained visitors at a north-east animal sanctuary to help raise money.
Obama the pony - whose usual job is giving disabled people rides to inaccessible areas - has turned his hoof to ridding north-east beaches of litter.
The RNLI has praised the remaining Peterhead crew after several members were axed due to internal row.
A housebound amputee who lodged a complaint with NHS Grampian about his prosthetic leg is now positive he may one day be able to walk outside to feed his chickens and lambs.
Fraserburgh residents fled their homes in terror at the weekend as flames tore through a garage.
Two north-east village residents who have volunteered to help their communities for more than a combined 40 years have been praised for their efforts as they retire.
Work has started to refurbish a run-down Blue Toon park and make it fully accessible.
A north-east MSP has been recording Doric poems and songs for a CD he plans to sell to raise money for a medical centre.
A north-east business has lodged a retrospective planning application after being ordered to stop demolishing a listed building.
A care home has been praised for giving residents their own areas in a project to brighten their garden.
‘Connor was always smiling and laughing’: Parents pay tribute after teenager loses battle with sepsis
The family of a Peterhead teenager who suffered from cerebral palsy have said he will be remembered for his smile.
Dozens of firefighters worked to save a former manse after flames were spotted "leaping" from the roof.
Teams of firefighters from across the north-east are tackling a fire in a building at Longside.
A £500,000 project to rejuvenate Portsoy's last remaining church is nearing completion.
A derelict Peterhead building will be on the market once again in a last ditch attempt to find a buyer for the council property.
A north-east head teacher, who is due to retire this summer, has been praised by education chiefs after her school secured a positive report from inspectors.
A planning meeting was waylaid by an unusual argument about bricks yesterday - with council bosses accused of "making mountains out of molehills" when it comes to the importance of the building materials.