Aberdeenshire councillors have granted £160,000 funding to help a Fraserburgh enterprise project flourish.
Banff and Buchan Area Committee
Aberdeenshire councillors have been asked to award £160,000 of funding to allow a north-east enterprise to relocate.
Councillors have narrowly backed plans for 10 new houses near Banff.
A new interim manager will begin at a Portsoy care home on Monday after the latest inspection raised concerns.
Firefighters have visited a sheltered housing complex more than a dozen times since a man died in a blaze.
A range of community groups have been given a share of £80,000 for various projects across the north-east.
North-east councillors have submitted a list of critical comments in response to draft proposals for transforming the fashion in which recycling centres are run.
Councillors will be asked to approve almost £2,000 in funding for projects designed to improve life in north-east communities tomorrow.
Wind surfing equipment, defibrillators and a new kitchen are among some of the items which north-east community groups could buy if councillors approve funding.
A former north-east bowling alley damaged in a fire three years ago could be given a new lease of life.
Funding to improve parking around a north-east hospital could be approved next week.
A north-east bowling club could be handed a funding boost by councillors next week.
A controversial application to erect a phone mast in Pennan has been rejected by councillors despite planners recommending approval.
An increase in crimes of indecency across Banff and Buchan has seen such offences rise by a remarkable 88% in Fraserburgh.
Teachers at a north-east primary school have defended an inspection report branded the worst in 35 years.
More and more north-east residents are coming forward to report historic crimes of indecency, having had their confidence boosted by recent high-profile campaigns.
The members of a council committee forced to consider a planning application submitted by one of their colleagues accepted they were taking the "cop out" option of passing the buck.
A contractor has been appointed to work on the refurbishment of the new Faithlie Centre.
Stringent protections are to be put in place to preserve the character of an historic north-east town.
Council chiefs have agreed the sale of a much-loved former north-east school despite community groups “begging” not to be made homeless.
North-east councillors have raised concerns over a new report which claims that nearly 20% of children in Banff and Buchan are living in poverty after housing costs.
New figures revealed that nearly 20% of Banff and Buchan children live in poverty after housing costs in 2017.
Plans to build a potato storage and biomass burner unit have been refused by councillors.
Furious residents of Portsoy will hold a demonstration this week in a final push to save their recycling centre.
Plans to build two houses on the grounds of a former care home have been recommended for refusal.
More retail opportunities could be created in Banff after councillors agreed to put Canal Park on the market.
A delighted businessman has been given the go-ahead to demolish a dilapidated C-listed building to expand his popular shop.
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.
The under threat recycling centre at Portsoy could be saved under a new proposal being put forward by councillors.
Councillors have praised police in Banff and Buchan after after it was revealed serious assault rates have reduced by 16%.
Plans are under way to improve services for deaf residents living in Aberdeenshire.
Controversial plans for a quarry have been backed by councillors, despite road safety concerns.