Aberdeenshire Council’s roads team is currently “revising operational plans” to help make sure as many voters as possible can go to polling stations on December 12, regardless of potentially disruptive wintry weather.
Swimming classes for children with additional support needs has been introduced across Aberdeenshire.
Proposals for five multi-million-pound flood protection schemes in Aberdeenshire communities have been recommended for approval.
A petition with almost 600 signatures, calling for Aberdeenshire Council to oppose the dualling of the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road, will be considered by councillors next week.
Free use for electric car drivers from Aberdeenshire Council’s charging points could come to an end if new recommendations to cover costs are approved.
Aberdeenshire councillors have rejected the planning application for a travellers site because of concerns it could have a negative impact on the health of locals.
Oil and gas technology firm Blue Gentoo said yesterday it had made a “significant” investment in its future with the addition of business acquired from chemical monitoring and management specialist Lux Assure.
From stunning scenery, striking architecture, beautiful coastlines, fantastic local businesses to a bustling arts and entertainment offering, we believe the north-east has a lot to be proud of.
More than £9,000 has been raised in memory of Liam Smith.
House sales are increasing in many parts of the north-east but a property glut has hit prices.
Theresa May has told the SNP to "stop obsessing over independence and focus on the day job" as she joined the campaign trail in the north-east.
It has been 10 years since Julie and Graeme Hoyle set eyes on this Georgian mansion, which dates back to 1790.
Hundreds of parents of children with additional support needs in the north-east have responded to a mass survey on schooling.
It's a very long way from Argentina to Aberdeenshire.
‘If we get this wrong now, we’ve got it wrong for good’, Aberdeenshire councillors debate flood scheme
A multi-million-pound flood prevention scheme in Stonehaven was nearly stopped in its tracks yesterday.
Transport Scotland has agreed to meet residents of a Mearns community concerned about safety at a busy junction.
A diabetic pensioner claims he was forced to travel 226 miles around Aberdeenshire seeking treatment after losing the sight in his left eye.
North-east children will receive their flu vaccinations within a matter of weeks after a national issue caused thousands to be delayed.
Police and shops in Inverurie are working together to reduce instances of illegal parking in the town centre.
Police are not treating the death of a man in Aberdeenshire as suspicious, the force confirmed today.
Two people have been charged after £2,000 worth of controlled drugs were recovered in Aberdeenshire.
Police have confirmed the body of a man reported missing has been found.
Scottish independence would cause “unnecessary barriers” for farmers, the Scottish Conservative candidate for Gordon, Colin Clark, said.
Aberdeenshire Council’s transport strategy team has won two national awards for its efforts in promoting greener transport options.
North Sea helicopter pilot raises thousands for charity that supports paralysed athletes by cycling 400 miles across Kenya
A North Sea helicopter pilot has raised £4,000 for charity by cycling 400 miles through the mountains, rainforests and towns of Kenya alongside seven tetraplegic athletes.
An Aberdeenshire School cancelled a planned "dress down" fundraiser following an incident where an intruder tried entering the building to threaten a pupil.
Drivers have been losing control of their vehicles on the icy streets of a new Aberdeenshire housing scheme because the developer has refused to provide grit bins.
A computer games competition has been launched for primary school pupils across the north and north-east.
The list of all the General Election candidates has been released for the Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire constituencies.
A teenager has appeared in court after causing a disturbance at an Aberdeenshire school by loudly threatening to “deck” one of its pupils over an unpaid debt.
A teenager will appear in court today following an alleged disturbance at an Aberdeenshire school.
Winter is well underway in the north and north-east of Scotland as another night of plunging temperatures left many areas with a fresh covering of snow this morning.