A businessman hopes to boost regeneration efforts in a coastal town with his latest venture.
A north-east council is assisting homes which are running low on their private water supplies.
New tenants are being sought for a former tourist information building following an unsuccessful bid to turn it into a vegan cafe.
BrewDog has been given permission to expand one of its north-east sites.
A model boat builder has been forced to give up sailing his craft at an iconic north-east attraction due to stagnant water.
Major developments in the fishing, agricultural and renewables sectors are being hailed as examples of what the north-east can do - and why more businesses should invest in the region.
Lobbying row MSP Peter Chapman attempted to contact Aberdeenshire Council officials to discuss a planning application lodged by a business he had invested in.
A pensioner left struggling to pay his rent has called the reduction of local housing benefits a ‘disgrace’.
The thump of steel drums pierced the usual serious mood at Aberdeenshire Council’s headquarters last night as the authority celebrated the region’s cultural output - and laid plans to improve it.
The latest housing development for Aberdeenshire Council was officially opened yesterday as tenants celebrated living in their new “homes.
An advance preview of the redeveloped Ballater Old Royal Station has been released, with its grand reopening now only weeks away.
A new programme set up to help people with cancer get active has been launched in Aberdeenshire.
Councillors have agreed to extend the deadline for the closure of an illegal travellers site at St Cyrus to avoid any “direct action” by the authority and allow time for other “positive” options to be devised.
Peterhead politician is thrown out of council chambers after staging a protest against ‘dictator’ Provost
A north-east politician was ejected from authority chambers yesterday after he staged a protest in the middle of the full council meeting, railing against its “dictator” Provost.
Councillors have backed plans to re-visit opening another football pitch in a north-east town.
A Fraserburgh pensioner who suffers from lung disease claims he has been forced to live in a damp-ridden house for a month - despite promises it would get fixed.
Archaelogists believe they are tantalisingly close to finally finding the lost Monastery of Deer in Aberdeenshire.
New figures have sparked fears that a north-east council is being forced to dip into its reserves in the face of budget cuts.
Controversial plans for new service station off A90 rejected – after objectors threaten it would ‘leave blood on the hands of the council’
Controversial plans for a new service station in the north-east have been rejected by councillors over major road safety concerns.
Councillors have been asked to extend the deadline for the closure of an illegal travellers site at St Cyrus to avoid any “direct action” by the authority.
Aberdeenshire councillors will continue to pay Christmas lights bill to avoid being branded ‘Scrooges’
Aberdeenshire councillors have agreed to continue paying for Christmas lights electricity to avoid being branded ‘Scrooges’.
Specialist team could be brought in to identify structural defects in Aberdeenshire Council’s buildings
A dedicated team could soon be appointed to ensure there are no structural defects in Aberdeenshire Council’s buildings in the future.
A mothballed council building could be turned into a restaurant after years of lying empty.
North-east medical chiefs have pledged that community health facilities in rural areas will not be closed, following a public consultation.
Councillors have backed plans for scores of new houses in Inverurie.
The first major step in repairing a landslip which has blighted a north-east coastal village for months has been completed.
North-east community groups could soon be sent electric bills if a new Christmas lights policy is approved.
Motorists have been warned to expect disruption as an Aberdeenshire road is reduced to one lane for the next 18 months.
An Aberdeenshire community council could be disbanded if more volunteers do not step forward urgently.
A historic north-east pier which collapsed last year could be restored using some of the original granite blocks.
A north-east distillery is to be used to inspire businesses to consider developing within food tourism across the region.
A Peterhead man has hit out at the council claiming it has failed to take action over rats spotted in his home.