The number of teachers working in Highland schools has fallen by 88 over the last year, according to Scottish Government figures.
Shamed Aberdeen councillor declines to comment on whether he will quit after sexual assult conviction
A disgraced councillor has refused to comment on whether he will resign from his post after being found guilty of sexual assault.
A dilapidated cottage in a scenic area of Moray could be revitalised if funding is approved at a council meeting this week.
An Aberdeenshire family claim they are in a “living nightmare” as they watch their home becoming transformed into a building site.
Buckie and District Community council has launched a social media appeal for the public to report sightings of vandalism of the town’s public toilets.
Revised opening hours of four of Moray’s libraries will come into effect from November 4.
Residents of Moray have been urged to be vigilant of rogue traders offering to resurface driveways.
Emergency repairs have been carried out at a Moray harbour to make the steps to the pontoons safe.
More than 70 firms from across the north-east want to get involved in the project to transform Aberdeen's Union Terrace Gardens.
A historic Aberdeen road has finally been restored to its former glory 16 months after the council provoked fury by carrying out a temporary repair using tarmac.
Aberdeen City Council has adopted a new app to help young people make their voices heard.
Aberdeen City Council has unanimously backed moves to adopt the international guidelines on anti-semitism.
A community project documenting the impact of World War I on a part of Aberdeen has received recognition.
Councils in the north and north-east are now in billions of pounds of debt – with the amount owed to the Treasury soaring by almost 50% in less than a decade.
Aberdeen City Council have admitted they don’t have the funds to fix decaying road signs in the city, sparking safety fears.
Ministers have been accused of starving Western Isles Council of cash after it received the worst financial settlement of any Scottish local authority while facing a rising rates bill.
A bus crashed into a shelter in the centre of Aberdeen yesterday afternoon and sent thick shards of broken glass onto the pavement.
A bus has crashed into a shelter in the centre of Aberdeen this afternoon and sent thick shards of broken glass onto the pavement.
Charity workers are preparing to protest against the "catastrophic" cuts which could be made by Aberdeen City Council today.
A cash-strapped city council has turned a road into a “sandpit” according to local residents.
Plans to provide drivers with more training in Aberdeen have been put on hold by councillors.
Aberdeen City Council has taken decisive action to ensure that residents living in tenements are protected against fire.
Footbridges on a scenic north-east path are being rebuilt after being damaged by Storm Frank.
Bucksburn residents have hit out after being displaced from their home for nearly a year, with a flock of pigeons preventing them from returning.
Just 25% of bin lorries in northern Scotland have technology recommended after Glasgow’s 2014 tragedy
Just a quarter of bin lorries in the north of Scotland are equipped with the life-saving technology recommended in the wake of the Glasgow bin lorry crash.
Lochaber councillors’ pleas for fairness over free car parking charges for Fort William residents in the run up to Christmas found favour with councillors at yesterday’s full council meeting in Inverness.
North-east councillors have warned “serious financial challenges” lie ahead following the finance secretary’s budget proposals yesterday.
A Scottish Government watchdog has ruled that a council "failed unreasonably" to provide suitable respite care for a city resident.
Western Isles Council looking at developing a fleet of ferries ‘more in keeping’ with the west coast
The Scottish Government is looking at developing a fleet of ferries that is “more in keeping” with the west coast, says a council after meeting ministers.
Social workers could be drafted in to keep casualty departments moving during winter, while weekly bed-checks could be carried out at care homes.
Fresh calls have been made to ban vehicles from a partly-pedestrianised Aberdeen street after a video emerged showing a bus creeping up behind an oblivious young woman.
An Aberdeen councillor is warning that the changes being made to a major city road could make it more dangerous.