North and north-east teachers are being attacked on a daily basis with weapons including BB guns, saws and classroom furniture.
Two north-east communities have bonded over the shared problem of a persistent and powerful pong.
Volunteers claim they have been unable to start work on a new skate park due to council red tape - three years after they were given planning consent.
A scandal-hit clan chief has been forced to leave his family’s 16th-century castle after it was repossessed by creditors.
Aberdeenshire Council will become the first authority in Scotland to formally discuss another Brexit referendum next week.
The family of a woman who has waited 12 years for a new bathroom have spoken of their despair after losing patience with a council’s “false promises.”
Fly-tippers are going unpunished for spoiling the north-east’s scenic landscapes, new figures have revealed.
Proposals have been unveiled for the construction of two new properties at a former north-east care home.
Frustrated residents are being left on hold for up to an hour to report urgent public health hazards, road defects and housing repairs.
Residents in Aberdeenshire are being urged to give their views on proposed changes to waste collection.
In a first for Aberdeenshire Council, a British sign language interpreter attended a meeting to translate for members of the public.
The master-plan for a new rural village of 500 homes on Donald Trump’s north-east golf resort is now open to public comment on Aberdeenshire council’s website.
A north-east dental practice will be allowed to undergo a major expansion after the intervention of the Scottish Government.
One of Aberdeenshire’s most beloved attractions welcomed a bumper number of customers this summer - after overcoming fears that its opening could be delayed amid a health and safety probe.
Parents are still being invited apply for places at the troubled Longhaven Primary despite confirmation it has been mothballed and a major question mark hangs over its future.
A developer has won an appeal to build dozens of new homes in Stonehaven after its application was turned down by the local council.
Council bosses have alerted customers who pay for their Active Aberdeenshire accounts by direct debit that they have not had their payments taken this month due to a software failure.
The council loses out on tens of thousands of pounds of rent money every week due to the number of empty properties across Aberdeenshire.
A historic Aberdeenshire bridge has been shut for emergency repairs after yet another crash with a lorry.
Fed-up residents are breathing a sigh of a relief as a community park promised more than a decade ago is finally coming to fruition.
A north-east school, which has been closed for nearly six months, is being officially mothballed after failing to attract a new head teacher.
A north-east businessman has urged Aberdeenshire Council to take regeneration seriously when it considers plans to expand his shop.
A fishing community has accused the council of neglect over the current state of a historic north-east harbour.
North-east residents have reacted with shock to the revelation their recycling facilities could face closure.
New £55 million school in Inverurie reaches ‘milestone’ as Deputy First Minister John Swinney attends Topping Off ceremony
A “milestone” steel beam was anchored into place yesterday as work continues on the new £55million Inverurie Community Campus.
A north-east councillor has been censured after failing to declare her links with a body established to boost Peterhead town centre.
Parents have claimed their community has been “forgotten about” amid an ongoing row over health and safety risks at a north-east primary school.
Parents at an Aberdeenshire primary school kept their children at home yesterday amid concerns for their safety during ongoing building works.
A north-east fisherman has spoken out about his concerns over the “disgraceful” lack of night watchmen in Macduff.
Staff at crisis-hit Alford care home speak about job losses and ‘devastation’ in watching residents move out
Staff at a crisis-hit care home spoke yesterday of years of alleged mismanagement and the “devastation” left in its wake after all residents moved out this week.
New walking routes have been launched in six north-east towns as part of efforts to change the way we travel.
The owners of a north-east quarry will have to scrap operations permanently, infastructure bosses have ruled.