Councillors yesterday backed efforts to look into the potential installation of CCTV in Peterhead.
Buchan Area Committee
A north-east street that has been open to traffic for more than two years could face restrictions once again amid safety fears.
Councillors will be asked to approve funding to continue the crackdown on bothersome gulls in a north-east town centre.
Attainment levels at two north-east secondary schools have been revealed in a report by the council’s education boss.
The Scottish Government has rejected an appeal from a developer hoping to build a new north-east quarry.
A recycling centre director said he was "delighted" controversial plans to extend opening hours at the facility to a 24 hour operation were approved yesterday.
North-east councillors have awarded a Blue Toon community group over £200,000 to refurbish a disused sports facility in the town.
North-east councillors have been asked to refer a decision on a major energy project to the full Aberdeenshire Council.
A community group is hoping council leaders will next week sign-off on the near £220,000 funding required to improve sports facilities in Peterhead.
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.
Residents living near a north-east recycling plant where a compost heap smouldered for months have slammed proposals to operate the site 24-hours a day.
The Buchan area has seen an increase in unwanted fire alarm signals and deliberately started fires.
North-east councillors have been asked to approve a £750 funding bid for a new defibrillator in Peterhead.
Councillors will be given an update on several projects aimed at revitalising the north-east’s biggest town next week.
Councillors have backed action to tackle the problem speeding on a notorious Peterhead road but campaigners have said they must be the “first steps” in a more significant effort.
Councillors have approved plans for the major expansion of a north-east village.
Two potential sites have been earmarked for a new multimillion community campus in Peterhead.
Plans to boost the popularity of a rural attraction, acclaimed as “the jewel in Buchan’s crown”, have forged ahead with the launch of a new funding appeal.
Calls were made yesterday for safety improvements to be made on a north-east road.
North-east councillors have called for school capacity in the Buchan area to be increased to keep pace with the construction of new homes.
A decision on controversial plans to build more than 1,000 homes near a north-east town will be made today.
Councillors in the north-east's biggest town are set to approve plans for 26 homes on the outskirts of the port.
Councillors are expected to approve a plan to improve the attainment and experiences of children at a north-east school next week.
A row has erupted over one of the north-east's most recognisable landmarks after Aberdeenshire Council decided it did not merit special classification.
A community project fund worth £3,500 will be launched next week as community councils across the north-east are handed hundreds of pounds.
All the money set aside for community projects in part of the north-east is expected to be given to a village hall refurbishment, because nobody else has applied for it.
Plans to create 35 new homes in a tiny north-east village have collapsed over road safety fears.
North-east councillors threw their weight behind a pioneering green energy project proposed for Peterhead yesterday.
Councillors in Buchan will next week be asked to sign off on a vision of housing and business development in the region for the next five years.
Plans to reorganise Peterhead's under-pressure school network were agreed at a public meeting yesterday.
A legal technicality could force Aberdeenshire Council to reopen an unstable north-east road which has caused controversy for two years.