Residents left "cut off" when bridges around their community were destroyed by floods have been dealt another blow, as councillors have been urged not to progress repair plans.
Proposals for 27 more homes at a growing Aberdeenshire community have been recommended for approval.
Calls for speed bumps to be installed in Aberdeenshire village as motorists reach ‘unbelievable’ speeds
Worried Aberdeenshire villagers have called for speed bumps to be installed in their community amid concerns at the "unbelievable" rate at which motorists are travelling.
An Aberdeenshire primary school has received a mixed report from education watchdogs.
People in an Aberdeenshire village were celebrating last night after councillors knocked back unpopular plans to build 20 new homes next to their properties.
Work has begun at an Aberdeenshire beauty spot to clean up a “clogged” pond which is home to many species of wildlife.
Plans for a new coastguard base in the north-east have been approved.
Centuries-old harbours in Aberdeenshire could soon be revamped as a result of a future masterplan.
The plague of potholes afflicting a north-east community has left residents fearing for their safety.
Residents should be “furious” that councils are being forced to spend tens of thousands of pounds cleaning up racist and xenophobic graffiti, a pressure group has said.
Postage bills for councils across the North and North East have dramatically dropped inthe past five years due to a shift to online working
An Aberdeenshire sporting stalwart, whose “infectious enthusiasm” is credited with improving the lives of hundreds of young people, has died.
Aberdeenshire Council has announced its new head of planning.
A north-east playschool have launched plans to relocate to an old doctors surgery.
Owners of Ythanbank Reindeer Centre announce they will not reopen to public following ‘prohibitive’ demands
A popular reindeer centre has announced it will not reopen this year after being handed a "prohibitive" list of health and safety demands.
Aberdeenshire Council’s car parking income up 70% compared to last year, after free parking scrapped
Aberdeenshire Council’s income from its pay and display car parks has soared by almost 70% following the controversial decision to ditch free parking periods.
Dons bosses have suggested shutting off a major north-east road to allow fans to disperse after games.
Dozens of people have objected to plans for a new quarry in Aberdeenshire, after a previous proposal for the site was quashed amid safety fears.
An Aberdeenshire woman who blames "dangerous" energy-saving streetlights for causing her to suffer a painful fall has urged the council to brighten up her community.
Police officers, janitors and school nurses will come together this year to support children struggling mental health.
Councils in the north and north-east are among the most regular users of controversial powers to carry out covert operations, it has emerged.
Council officials in Aberdeenshire have used their powers to go undercover and carry out surveillance to target illegal puppy farms.
An application to start emergency repair works on a glasshouse which will soon be home to a community project has been approved.
Members of the public have been given more time to nominate unsung heroes from Aberdeenshire.
Aberdeenshire Council has unveiled the start date for a new round of puppy training early in the New Year.
A popular Peterhead bar and nightclub will be forced to close at its usual times after councillors decided Hogmanay was "not a special occasion".
Police have cracked down on speeding outside a primary school in Huntly after receiving complaints from worried parents.
Plans to improve a north-east street have been approved by councillors.
Councillors have backed plans to improve road safety near a north-east primary school.
A Commonwealth Games gold medallist yesterday said she was “delighted” a street is to be named in her honour.
A councillor has accused Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership of "avoiding scrutiny and accountability".
Rural residents left in limbo as Aberdeenshire Council looks for cash to replace bridges destroyed in flood
Villagers who feared being cut off following the loss of several bridges in flash-flooding have been left in limbo as the council searches for cash to fund repairs.