The Inspiring Aberdeenshire awards have recognised a group which welcomed scores of refugees to the area, a woman who has taught dancing for more than 60 years and a teenager who raised thousands of pounds to help bereaved parents.
Two teenagers have been charged after a north-east youngster was allegedly assaulted on school grounds.
Peterhead’s biggest employer has claimed it needs to privately educate dozens of local pupils each year so apprentices can pass a basic aptitude test.
Aberdeenshire Council’s move to scrap free parking at its off-street car parks is a “kick in the teeth” for local companies, it was claimed last night.
Education chiefs want to change the school zones in the north-east town to cope with capacity issues caused by new housing and a growing population.
Aberdeenshire Council could run out of money as it bids to deliver a new multi-million-pound community campus for Peterhead.
Dozens of new council homes have been built in Aberdeenshire as part of a £11million project.
Council arranges speedy repair of Aberdeenshire bridge and blames ‘inconsiderate’ driver for road closure
Aberdeenshire Council has fast-tracked work to reattach a sign to a bridge after residents complained that the decision to close a road for three weeks to arrange repairs was "ridiculous".
The tender for a major regeneration project in Peterhead has gone live.
Litter campaign group forced to close after losing landmark legal battle against Aberdeenshire Council
An award-winning environmental campaign group, which accused council bosses of neglecting their duty to clean up the roads, has been forced to wind up after losing a landmark court case.
The free use of Aberdeenshire car parks is facing the axe, despite impassioned pleas from business and community leaders.
Hard-up infrastructure chiefs could be forced to dip into their reserves to find the cash to prepare and respond to even a mild winter, they have claimed.
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.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire are poised to bid to bring one of the world’s biggest cycling events to the north-east.
Concerns have been raised that plans to stop businesses illegally dumping trade waste at recycling centres could lead to an increase in fly-tipping.
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.
Aberdeenshire Council and Live Life Aberdeenshire have confirmed an opening date for the new Banchory Sports Village.
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.
Hundreds lobby housing minister to intervene after controversial Aberdeenshire development is approved
Scotland's housing minister has been inundated with appeals to intervene in a row over a controversial north-east housing development.
A north-east business has lodged a retrospective planning application after being ordered to stop demolishing a listed building.
A symbol of a Deeside village's Victorian past will soon be no more as bulldozers remove it from sight.
A long-awaited new police station in Peterhead could be open by early next year.
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 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.
Schools should be transparent about the reasons they are under-performing, Aberdeenshire’s education boss says
The council should be transparent about the reasons schools are under-performing, Aberdeenshire's education boss has said.
An inspirational north-east teenager is hoping to encourage others to follow in her footsteps by taking part in a "life-changing" initiative.
An Aberdeenshire mum has been left “incensed” by what she has described as an attempt to persuade children to ditch meat for vegan or vegetarian diets.
Network Rail has taken a major step forward by naming a contractor for the construction of a new £14.5 million station which will reconnect an Aberdeenshire community to the nation’s network for the first time in 56 years.
Councillors have voted to decide the fate of a mothballed Aberdeenshire school this summer, amid warnings that it could be closed permanently due to zero demand for pupil places.
Plans to transform a former oil industry building into a gym have attracted objections from a nearby sports centre.
Aberdeenshire Council has become only the second Scottish local authority to recognise the latest definition of Fair Trade.