Heavy goods vehicle drivers have been urged to avoid using a shortcut on a major route between Deeside and Speyside, over fears it could permanently damage an 18th-century bridge.
A controversial flood scheme has been approved for Ballater - despite a roads boss admitting all the options on the table were "terrible".
A flood group has presented its alternative proposals to protect their village to Aberdeenshire Council - which do not include building a wall through the middle of a golf course.
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.
The Duke of Rothesay has backed efforts to restore a famous Deeside bridge all but destroyed by storms four years ago.
The number of properties at risk from flooding will rise by 110,000 over the coming decades, a Scottish Government document has warned.
A historic Deeside building will be restored to its former glory after the council “devastated it" during a revamp decades ago.
Flooding problems which have plagued Aberdeenshire communities for generations could be a thing of the past under new £15.5 million plans to keep rising water at bay.
An 11-foot high wall could be driven through the heart of Ballater's golf course and caravan park as part of a proposed £31 million flood protection scheme.
A railway station that burned down before being rebuilt through a multi-million pound restoration project has been shortlisted in the National Rail Heritage Awards.
A multi-million-pound flood prevention plan has been formed to protect a Deeside community which was devastated by unprecedented storms four years ago.
A Ballater pensioner has been banned from the roads for two years after being caught drink driving for a third time.
People in parts of Aberdeenshire and the Highland are being told to expect potential floods and power cuts this weekend.
Cyclists are gearing up to raise funds for terminal cancer.
Plans to replace an 18th Century bridge beset by structural problems and crashes for years have finally taken a major step forward.
Four war memorials across the north have been named as being among the best maintained in Scotland.
Aberdeenshire councillors have urged members of two Deeside communities to “use it or lose it” after a Sunday bus service was granted a stay of execution.
A royal landmark in Deeside has celebrated the end of its “incredible first year”, after it rose from the ashes of a devastating blaze.
A Sunday bus service between two Deeside communities has been granted a stay of execution after thousands of people protested against plans to axe the service.
A Danish bus company has apologised after footage emerged of its staff using planks to manoeuvre a coach over an Aberdeenshire bridge where extremely heavy vehicles are prohibited.
Visitors at the Highland Games in Ballater had two very special reasons to celebrate the occasion.
Prince Charles enjoyed his favourite dram as he opened the Ballater Highland Games this morning.
Ballater has become a bit of a cycling hub with two bicycle shops (both hiring bikes), some good routes radiating out of it and some great coffee shops.
A Deeside community is making plans for the expected arrival of some major Hollywood names for a wedding.
The organisers of Highland Games gatherings have raised fears that the events could be killed off by a possible alcohol ban.
They were a pivotal part of the Second World War and proved instrumental in the campaign to keep Britain digging for victory.
The Women's Land Army was re-established in June 1939, under the command of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries and given an honorary head, Lady Denman.
A prolific fundraiser and founder of a north-east charity has been made an MBE.
England has a Yorkshire Pudding boat race, Wales has an Elvis carnival and Scotland has… a Duck Festival? Philippa Gerrard found out more about one of the more unusual events taking place in the north-east this summer.
A disused Victorian school site in Royal Deeside will be converted into 24 affordable homes.
Councillors have praised the stunning restoration of the historic Ballater Station but accepted that lessons must to be learned from the project.
A pensioner was left housebound for three months after she fell through a hatch left open by workmen - which also caught out her brother-in-law.