Just a few miles from the Queen's Scottish home, a flood-hit Deeside community married its on-going recovery with her 90th birthday celebrations over the weekend.
Residents in an Aberdeenshire town have been angered by a supermarket's decision to start selling hot drinks, fearing it may "undercut" local cafes.
An Aberdeenshire man, who was forced to rebuild his flood-hit home after insurers threw out his claim, is still waiting for a "goodwill" payment from the company.
Prince Charles is poised to breathe new life into an empty prime site shop in the heart of a Deeside community.
Flood victims in Aberdeenshire have benefited from more than £1.7million of Scottish Government funding following Storm Frank.
A businesswoman who was affected by the Ballater floods has vowed her cafe will be even better when it reopens.
A north-east cafe which was badly hit by flooding has marked a significant milestone on its road to reopening.
Residents of a storm-ravaged Aberdeenshire community could take matters into their own hands with a ground-breaking project to protect the village from future floods.
On the banks of the River Don, the determined father and son behind one north-east business have taken matters into their own hands to address flooding concerns.
An Aberdeenshire Council chief said the flooding which struck the region in 2016 was officially "the biggest event" the local authority had ever dealt with.
In the home of David MacNeill, the flames of his stove are roaring, warming his living room.
George Fleming is one of Scotland's foremost flood experts. He is an emeritus professor of civil engineering at Strathclyde University and the chairman of EnviroCentre.
An Aberdeenshire butchers devastated by the flooding which heralded in 2016 has named a sausage after the very storm which caused the downpour.
Police are investigating after a workman stole expensive electronics from a Deeside flood victim - and then sold them online.
A councillor has called for the local authority to consider a regeneration strategy to help rebuild a flood-hit community.
A Deeside couple have said they have been left "in limbo" after their insurance company ended their contract in the wake of Storm Frank - after telling them to throw out their possessions.
Caravans at an Aberdeenshire tourist site, which were badly damaged when the River Dee burst its banks earlier this year, are now being lined up for demolition.
Aberdeenshire Council has vowed £4.2million to help plug a £7.6million repair bill in the aftermath of the most devastating floods to hit the region in living memory.
Outraged contractors in Ballater aren't feeling flush with cash after being charged 20p to use public toilets while working to help the village rally from Storm Frank.
Aberdeenshire Council is facing a £7.6million repair bill in the aftermath of Storm Frank.
A flood relief variety concert which was held last week has raised over £7000 to help those who had their homes and businesses destroyed by Storm Frank at the start of the year.
Aberdeenshire councillors are urging people affected by Storm Frank at the turn of the year to make the most of the financial support being given by the Scottish Government.
The devastating floods which struck Deeside at the start of 2016 could have been the worst to hit the region in about 400 years.
Villagers in an Aberdeenshire community brought to its knees by Storm Frank called for flood sirens to prepare them against any future devastation last night.
Fears have been raised that a replacement primary school planned for Inverurie could be hit by future floods.
People who lost their caravans in the recent floods can now apply for grants from the Scottish Government.
Scottish ministers will scrutinise plans for a £16million Aberdeenshire flood protection scheme after it failed to resolve a number of objections from locals.
A Flood Warning has been issued in Moray by the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA).
Members of one of Aberdeenshire's most scenic golf courses are facing a race against time to reopen for this year's season following the devastation wreaked by Storm Frank.
Work to clear an Aberdeenshire bridge of a mass of debris which accumulated during Storm Frank was thwarted at the weekend - due to a surge in water levels.
Stonehaven's long-awaited £16million flood defence scheme may have to be revised due to a string of objections from locals.