Drivers using Aberdeenshire Council’s off-street car parks are being remind they will now need to pay.
Patients at a north-east hospital's parking woes could soon be a thing of the past, after a north-east council announced plans for more spaces.
Motorists in the north and north-east stumped up more than £1.5million in parking fines last year - with one council enjoying a 1,099% rise in revenue through the penalties.
Aberdeenshire Council’s move to scrap free parking at its off-street car parks is a “kick in the teeth” for local companies, it was claimed last night.
Councillors have backed plans to roll out an unpopular parking charge that will hit islanders making essential journeys to the mainland.
A Moray trade union has vowed to battle local authority plans to introduce car parking charges for staff at two council locations.
Rural commuters in the north and north east will be “penalised” by Derek Mackay’s workplace car-parking charge, it was claimed yesterday.
A new list has revealed the ten streets that have helped Aberdeen council bosses rake-in half-a-million pounds in fines in little more than two years.
A row over a Christmas parking charge freeze has erupted into the resignation of an “excellent” Highland Councillor from one of the authority’s main committees.
Thousands of opponents have signed a petition calling for the abandonment of plans to impose significant new parking charges on Mull.
Funding has been approved for the creation of 200 new parking spaces at the north’s flagship hospital.
Blundering council officials have been handing out tickets to motorists leaving their vehicles parked on private land.
A new community-owned distillery has joined the campaign to fight parking charges in Dingwall.
Whisky bosses have raised their glasses to councillors' approval of an extension of car parking at Talisker's distillery at Carbost on Skye.
Plans for a controlled parking zone (CPZ) around a busy Aberdeen office complex have been approved by councillors.
Fears have been raised that plans to lure businesses to Moray's town centres will impact on the public purse.
More than £10,000 of parking charges have been written-off after motorists were unfairly issued with fines at an Aberdeenshire car park.
Shoppers in Aberdeen are being encouraged to park in staff spaces at the city council's HQ this weekend.
Aberdeenshire Council and the Citizens Advice Bureau are working together to ensure consumers are treated fairly in private car parks.
Drivers dropping off friends and loved ones at Aberdeen International Airport are to be hit with a £1 charge.