A stained glass window in the north east has been restored to its former glory after receiving a major refurbishment.
Alvah and Forglen community council
A stained glass window which has looked down on a north-east hall for 100 years has been removed so it can be repaired.
A badly-damaged stained glass window will be restored after spending more than 100 years in a church hall.
The owners of a north-east quarry have lost an appeal to the Scottish Government to continue operations at the site.
Plans to extend a controversial wind farm near a north-east village have divided community opinion.
New planning application for land owned by Turriff councillor – five years after ‘controversial’ application to build a wind turbine on the site was rejected
Fresh plans have been submitted to build a house on land owned by a councillor whose controversial application for a wind turbine on the site was previously rejected.
The owners of a north-east quarry will have to scrap operations permanently, infastructure bosses have ruled.
The gravestone of a Scottish soldier awarded the Victoria Cross has been restored thanks to the efforts of a north-east community council.
Controversial plans for a quarry have been backed by councillors, despite road safety concerns.