Plans to charge community groups for the electricity they use over Christmas are being put on ice for at least three years.
Councillors have scrapped controversial plans to create a trust to run libraries, sports centres and museums - just weeks after announcing them.
New figures have suggested it would cost more than £900million to repair the country’s broken and breaking bridges.
A north-east biscuit giant has been backed by the Scottish Government after its plans for a business park were rejected by the council.
Prawn crackers in toilet lobby and pork skin air-drying on shed roof: What health officers found during north-east inspections revealed
A kilogram of pork skin stored on a shed roof and a mysterious “lump of meat” in a newsagent’s freezer are among the items north-east health officers have found during inspections this year.
Gardenstown residents learned that a solution to their landslip woes remains “months away” during a public meeting last night.
Vital upgrades to two notorious junctions and the dualling of one of the north-east’s busiest roads are so essential that they should be done “tomorrow”, according to senior councillors.
A cash-strapped council will have to find £20million to balance the books over the next year.
A wheelchair-bound MS sufferer has called for shorter bins after “inconsiderate” waste workers left hers out of reach.
A public meeting will take place this week to discuss a landslip that has hit a tiny north-east community.
Aberdeenshire councillors prepare to abandon plans for sport and culture trust – just weeks after approving it
Aberdeenshire Council is poised to abandon controversial plans to create a trust to run local sports centres, libraries and museums – just weeks after approving the shake-up.
Efforts to dual a notorious stretch of the A90 have been branded “justifiable” by a transport body.
Dozens of pupils at a north-east primary school were sent home yesterday after staff discovered thieves had drained heating oil from its supply tank.
Aberdeenshire Council has renewed its objection to a proposed multimillion pound new stadium for Aberdeen FC.
A campaign has been launched to force a council to scrap plans to transfer ownership of libraries to an arms-length organisation.
Fresh plans and drawings have been submitted for a long-awaited supermarket on the edge of Stonehaven.
A recycling centre in Aberdeenshire has been forced to close after one of its employees was injured by an electric shock.
Shock new figures show that Highland Council has slashed its workforce by more than a fifth during the public sector spending squeeze – the largest cut in Scotland.
Taxpayers have been forced to shell out almost £60,000 in recent years on repairs for public buildings damaged by vandals or during attempted break-ins.
A road in a tiny north-east community will not reopen without restrictions.
An influential group of MSPs has raised “significant” concerns about the roll-out and management of £2.2billion City Region Deals in Aberdeen, Inverness and Glasgow.
A group of residents have been locked in a decade-long battle with a housing giant over claims the firm has failed to properly look after the grounds surrounding their homes.
A specialist team is being drafted in to come up with a solution to get a tiny north-east village hit by a landslip fully accessible again.
Plans have been unveiled to convert a vacant north-east hotel into a restaurant and flats.
Nearly 1,400 pupils - some as young as five - have been excluded from schools across Aberdeenshire for assaulting other children and staff in just five years - with more than 100 weapons involved.
Relatives of the first priest to work in a north-east community have rallied round to support efforts to restore his family’s final resting place.
A councillor has called for urgent talks about school transport safety.
New care home residents will be hit with a massive weekly bill after councillors backed cash-strapped social care bosses’ plans to recoup costs.
An Aberdeenshire school has closed early for the holidays after pupils and staff were hit by a flu-like virus.
Plans to convert a historic north-east hotel into new homes have been unveiled.
A pensioner who believes north-east councils have not done enough to make icy roads and pavements safe is calling on people to boycott paying their council tax.
A good Samaritan who has spent his days off gritting pavements for old folks homes and vulnerable people has called on others to do their bit amid fierce criticism of councils’ response to the icy weather.