Businesses illegally dumping their trade waste in Aberdeenshire’s household recycling centres are costing the taxpayer hundreds of thousands of pounds a year.
A nationwide project to bring faster fibre broadband to homes across Scotland has arrived in an Aberdeenshire village.
Plans to transform a former oil industry building into a gym have attracted objections from a nearby sports centre.
New traffic-calming measures designed to slow down speedy motorists have been proposed for an Aberdeenshire village.
A man has been arrested and charged in connection with hare coursing in the north-east. Police have confirmed he will be kept in custody until tomorrow when he will appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court. The alleged offence took place in the Garioch area.
Record levels of fly-tipping have left piles of fridges, sofas, washing machines, tyres and even potentially hazardous asbestos blighting the north-east landscape.
Councillors could approve the demolition of a north-east abattoir, just days after the developers said its replacement might not go ahead.
An Aberdeenshire town’s long-awaited new health complex will finally open later this month.
An operation to prevent an increase in antisocial behaviour and antisocial driving in Garioch will start today.
A zebra crossing could be installed to combat speeding in a north-east village.
A gymnastics group is jumping for joy after being given the green light to move into a new purpose-built facility.
Police are appealing for information after a woman was pushed to the ground while out walking her dog.
More than 60 illegal camp sites have been reported across Aberdeenshire to the local authority this year so far.
An equestrian group for disabled riders celebrated a milestone yesterday with a picnic at Balmoral Castle.
A long-running charity contest on the River Don has been called off in order to protect newly-established flood defences built in the wake of Storm Frank.
Upgrading one of the region's biggest roads is key to a north-east town centre's future, say local business owners.
Flood victims in an Aberdeenshire village have been given a major boost to help fend off any future downpours by two local firms.
A former actress, who has performed across the globe, has been ordained as the new minister of a Garioch kirk.
A Garioch football squad has been handed a new lawnmower just weeks after callous thieves broke into its grounds.
They were the hardy crofters who made a living off the unyielding terrain on the slopes of the Garioch's most iconic hilltop.
Youngsters at a north-east football club have been left "devastated" after thieves broke into their grounds and made off with a lawnmower.
Plans for a Buddhist monastery in the Aberdeenshire countryside have been backed.
An affordable housing development in a north-east village, which sparked a road safety row at the end of 2016, has been approved.
A family of travellers have vowed to take their fight to establish a permanent camp in Garioch to the Scottish Government.
A north-east cop has vowed to quash booze-fuelled crime and further strengthen ties with communities big and small as he steps into a top role.
A group of north-east residents could take legal action to halt a controversial travellers site from being approved.
Councillors are being asked to support proposals for a controversial travellers site in a north-east woodland.
Councillors yesterday agreed on a name for a forthcoming £10million Aberdeenshire primary.
Controversial plans to create a travellers site in Aberdeenshire have been delayed until next month.
A police chief has said the force will pull in resources from "across Scotland" as part of an effort to crack down on brazen car and motorcycle thieves.
Plans to bring a Garioch rail station back into use after 50 years could move a step closer later this week if transport bosses agree to millions of pounds worth of funding.
A club training the north-east's gymnasts of the future has thrown its weight behind plans for a multimillion-pound sports centre in its hometown.