Transport Scotland has unveiled its updated plans for a cycle path as part of the A96 dualling from Hardmuir to Fochabers which could encourage people to leave their cars at home.
Police in Moray have commenced a week-long operation to tackle the distribution of illegal drugs in the area.
The Teapot Trust has launched a funding appeal to support the art-based therapy it undertakes with youngsters at the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
A north schoolboy described as a "wee whirlwind" walked almost 100 miles in a month to raise money for children less fortunate than him.
Toddlers will enjoy new toys and primary school pupils will host their own "business breakfast" after receiving grants from a local housing firm.
Community groups around Fyvie and Rothienorman have been invited to apply for grants from a £19,000 pot of cash from the Gordonstown wind farm.
It is the biggest stay-on-site music festival in Scotland, but people absolutely love it for the community spirit it creates.
Shorn of their place of worship, there was a hole at the heart of the north-east village of Fetterangus.
An under-threat bus service has been given a "stay of execution" by transport chiefs.
A north-east community has banded together to ensure a village hall continues to be at its heart for generations to come.
A veteran squash coach and his world champion son are selling their north-east training centre after 20 years of inspiring youngsters to pick up a racket.
A north-east scout group is hoping to make waves this year after taking over the organisation of a popular raft race on its 40th anniversary.
Two community champions have been awarded for their services to a Mearns town.
Known to contemporary audiences as Leonard in the US sitcom Community, Richard Erdman had more than seven decades of acting experience under his belt.
A church congregation is hopeful it can secure a permanent home while reviving a disused community building.
A school owned by the community and leased to the council opened its doors to pupils for the first time31 yesterday.
Angry members of a north-east community are rallying together to save their recycling centre from what they say is a “penny-pinching” council.
A north-east fitness fanatic is championing plans to create a community allotment in the heart of Peterhead.
Dozens of worshippers and local residents attended a passionate debate at an Aberdeen church last night to help determine its future.
An Education Scotland inspection report has found there are “improvements needed” in the Western Isles’ community learning and development (CLD).
A Mearns community stalwart and former environmental campaigner has died after falling from her horse and suffering a head injury.
It was an occasion many people thought they would never see.
Some people thought the original idea was pie in the sky.
RBS chief executive Ross McEwan will be be grilled by MPs today over the decision to close one in three of Scotland’s RBS branches.
A community group striving to open a historic Inverness park all year-round is holding a public meeting in the city next week.
Scottish Conservatives are set for crisis talks with a Treasury minister over plans by taxpayer-owned RBS to axe dozens of bank branches.
It is full steam ahead for the community buy-out of Ulva.
Police in Fraserburgh are appealing for information after the town's Christmas tree lights were vandalised at the weekend.
Community projects in Buchan have been invited to bid for a slice of £66,000 which has been earmarked for improving the local area.
Councillors will debate the future of a former Aberdeenshire school site later this month.
A community is finally to get its say on an estate buyout that promises to breathe new life and jobs into a once thriving area of the Highlands, now its owners have agreed to sell.
Party-pooper council officials have been barring 18th and 21st birthday celebrations from community halls across the north-east.