A parent has raised concerns after a package containing an unknown substance - believed to be drugs - was found in the corridor of a north-east school.
Work to repair the crumbling cliff face that has plagued a tiny north-east community for months began yesterday.
Anger as statistics reveal that 80% of dog fouling fines issued in the north-east have not been paid
The north-east’s councils have been accused of making dog fouling fines optional, with more than 80% of those handed out going unpaid.
A political row has been sparked over a proposed U-turn on the sale of a north-east council’s headquarters.
A Balmedie resident has called for the council to stop dressing roads with loose chippings claiming it causes “hazardous” conditions for cyclists and bikers.
The closure of a vital tourist route into Moray has been delayed amidst fears it would clash with a major festival.
An Angus firm will take over the running of a controversial Mearns school bus route after Aberdeenshire Council pulled the plug on the previous operator.
North-east schools have been singled out as under-performing by a powerful local government watchdog.
Reports of dog attacks in the north-east more than doubled last year, with postmen in Boddam and Peterhead among those savaged.
Council bosses have threatened to cut off bus services and even call in police as a north-east community cut off since December by a landslip sees its woes deepen.
An award-winning road safety show could be axed if sponsors for this year’s event is not found.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal will give two new north-east sports centres her seal of approval next week.
Parents desperate to preserve vital funding to keep their children’s playgroups running have launched a petition calling for cuts to be abandoned.
Youngsters have left their school for what could be the last time.
A new exhibition will reveal the untold history of the RAF in the north-east.
Fears have been raised over the future of north-east playgroups after plans to cut “essential” funding were revealed this week.
Transport chiefs are facing fresh calls to improve safety on a school bus route in the north-east.
A north-east politician is calling for a colleague to quit the council after accusing him of failing to carry out his duties fairly.
Friends will be split up and parents have been left “devastated” after Aberdeenshire Council last night confirmed the abrupt axeing of one of its primary schools.
A two-storey drive-thru restaurant could be created next to an Aberdeenshire supermarket.
Aberdeenshire councillors have backed a second attempt to prevent serious accidents from taking place at an historic arch.
Aberdeen City Council has not paid out a single penny in compensation to motorists who claim their cars have been damaged by potholes - while neighbouring Aberdeenshire Council spent £50,000.
New safety advice has been issued to parents about which applications could allow their children to communicate with other adults.
A mum has demanded action after footage emerged of out-of-control pupils causing chaos in a classroom - while a teacher stands by.
A bus operator last night confirmed that no decision had yet been made on the future of north-east bus routes despite council funding being axed.
Bus services across the north-east could be axed as council chiefs attempt to save £200,000 a year.
Senior councillors have been invited to a landslip-hit community amid claims it has reached “crisis point”.
Two Deeside hotels have had their expansion plans approved.
A cleaner being bitten on the ankle by a ferret resulted in one of the hundreds of pest control visits to Aberdeenshire schools in recent years.
A north-east council has been ordered to pay more than £1million to another authority to foot the bill for one person’s healthcare costs.
Pupils from a north-east secondary school will face restrictions at a popular local shop amidst a row over food waste.
A decision on whether to revamp the way libraries and museums and sports facilities are managed has been delayed.