Travellers using a new north-east stopover site have requested that the spot be upgraded and the maximum length of their stays be extended beyond a fortnight.
A controversial offshore windfarm which will provide power for thousands of homes could be rubber-stamped by planners next week.
The next step to make sure a north-east town is bolstered against severe floods will take place next month.
Tributes have been paid to a kind and compassionate school support worker who changed the lives of scores of youngsters.
A team of individuals with learning disabilities have graduated from a council-funded project that has helped them to gain work experience.
The controversial dualling of one of the north-east's major roads has been branded a "colossal waste of money" by a councillor.
Councillors defer decision on controversial bid to open north-east food recycling site 24 hours a day
Councillors have delayed a decision on a controversial bid to open a north-east food recycling site 24 hours a day.
Collapsed ceilings, leaking roofs and falling fences have been recorded among 19 safety failings at north and north-east schools in the last two years.
Donald Trump’s north-east golf resort could be hit with a £5million bill for new affordable housing if its plans for 500 homes are approved.
A band of torrential rain and gale force winds will batter parts of the north-east today ahead of a “bright and dry” weekend.
Residents of an Aberdeenshire sheltered housing complex have been left “terrified” by a mystery culprit banging on their doors in the middle of the night.
A delighted businessman has been given the go-ahead to demolish a dilapidated C-listed building to expand his popular shop.
Demonstrators gathered outside a north-east recycling centre to protest against its proposed closure.
A community living next to a travellers’ stop-over site have claimed their fears have come true after bags of rubbish were left behind.
A north-east man has launched a bid to get his donkey back from a national animal welfare charity.
A funding bid for more than £50,000 aimed at completing regeneration efforts in a north-east town will be discussed by councillors next week.
Plans for a major new housing development at a north-east village have been held up amid concerns over local infrastructure. Planning chiefs had backed Barratt North Scotland’s proposals for 121 new homes at Newtonhill. However, at a meeting of Aberdeenshire Council’s Kincardine and Deeside area committee yesterday, councillors moved to defer the decision.
Blundering council officials sparked police inquiry over stolen heating oil – when the fuel tank had run dry
Blundering council officials sparked a police investigation after reporting heating oil had been stolen from a north-east school -only for it now to emerge the tank had simply been allowed to run dry.
Construction has started on a new section of a walking and cycle path in a north-east town.
A team from the national maritime agency will visit a north-east harbour today amid safety concerns raised by fishermen.
Police bosses believe that creating a new station in a north-east town will lead to a reduction in crime.
Gritter drivers are to be offered free flu vaccinations in an effort to safeguard their vital role during severe weather.
Planning chiefs have backed plans for 120 homes in a coastal village - despite 651 objections.
Taxi passengers will pay premium fares on two additional days a year following a review in Aberdeenshire.
A deep clean had to be carried out a north-east school after pupils were struck down with a sickness bug sparking fears the infection could spread.
A pre-determination hearing will be held at the end of the month to discuss a planning application for a new electricity substation near Rothienorman.
A long-awaited Aberdeenshire sports centre is approaching the finishing line.
Taxpayers paid Aberdeenshire Council’s chief executive £6,467 to relocate from Cumbria when he was recruited to the top job.
Work to repair an access road to a north-east town after it was affected by a landslide has been completed ahead of schedule.
More than 3,000 people have objected to plans to build 500 homes near Donald Trump’s golf course.
Schools across Scotland have been urged to train pupils how to use CPR after a new survey revealed that over a quarter of people would not feel confident to step in and save a life.
Calls have been made for the government to step in and offer a north-east council which is potentially facing a £3 million-per-day headache.