Residents of Banff are to be asked for their thoughts on the sale of the town's Canal Park.
Fears have been raised that inconsiderate holidaymakers risk ruining a stretch of picturesque Aberdeenshire coastline.
A public meeting will be held in Peterhead next month to discuss plans for the new secondary school.
North-east residents are to be given the chance to have their say on plans for a so-called tourist tax next week.
BT is considering removing 110 public payphones across the Highlands.
A senior Aberdeen councillor has said the number of strip clubs in the city should be cut ahead of an upcoming consultation on the subject.
Rivers and roads could be re-routed under a “masterplan” to expand Heathrow Airport.
Members of the public are being urged to share their views about the redevelopment of a main Aberdeen thoroughfare to help shape future council policy.
Plans to introduce a priority single lane drop-off point outside a north-east school are being assessed with a public consultation.
A public consultation has launched on what to do with a historic Invergordon High Street landmark.
Opinions of residents and visitors to Banff will be collected today in an effort to rejuvenate a run down and flood-prone street.
Post Office bosses are exploring the option of reopening a branch in Muir of Ord after its previous facility was closed in December 2016.
A public consultation is to take place on behalf of the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) to discuss a proposed new Gaelic Language Plan.
The public is being asked to share their views on what the Cairngorms National Park should prioritise over the next five years.
The Scottish Conservatives have held talks with the Treasury minister to discuss concerns about RBS bank closures.
People who have fallen victim to “crack cocaine gambling” have been urged to speak out.
Scottish Conservatives are set for crisis talks with a Treasury minister over plans by taxpayer-owned RBS to axe dozens of bank branches.
A major oil service company is preparing to launch a consultation over job losses in Aberdeen and Montrose. BHGE is understood to have notified workers about its plans yesterday. Read the full story on our sister site, Energy Voice.
An Aberdeen school, left behind by changes to the education system, now faces permanent closure.
Aberdeen residents whose homes will soon be torn down to ease congestion at a notorious roundabout have narrowly backed plans to replace the buildings with only shops and greenery.
The speed limit on a busy north-east commuter road where there have been several crashes could soon be reduced.
People living close to a former Lochaber school are concerned that plans for a 70-home development on the site could result in the loss of a play park and the creation of a rat run.
A Moray Council survey engineered to determine residents' attitudes to forthcoming budget cuts could fail because it is "too vague".
Dons supporters are being urged to have their say over the proposed new stadium at Kingsford.
Moray Council yesterday agreed to spend nearly £200,000 on five new jobs - while progressing with "hair-raising" plans to slash public services.
People living in the area around a planned £80million fish feed plant on Skye are being given the opportunity to comment on the proposal at drop-in sessions next month.
Parents will be asked for their thoughts on plans to shake-up the school catchment area in an Aberdeenshire town next week.
The public are being given the chance to have their say on the future of Aberdeen city centre.
The consultation deadline for finding a site for a new school campus in a Ross-shire town has been extended.