With the springtime nesting season rapidly approaching, Shetland Islands Council is asking local people to get in touch as soon as possible if they think they have a problem with gulls nesting on their property as the birds can become aggressive once their chicks have hatched.
A concerted mission to tackle the menace of swooping gulls in Inverness has meant hundreds fewer birds bombing the streets below - but locals say the problem persists.
A councillor has volunteered to climb on to the roof of a Moray school to lead the fight against menacing gulls.
After making history as the first two of their species to be born in Britain, a pair of little gulls have now taken to the skies.
Efforts to combat nuisance gulls in the north-east's biggest town have been stepped up as the council begins to clear birds nests.
It is that time of year again, and Shetland Islands Council is calling on its residents to help it stop gulls nesting on rooftops - at a price.
North-east residents have been urged to claim back the streets of their coastal towns from nuisance gulls.
The extent of a long running cull of gulls in Inverness has probably peaked, according to a business leader involved in removing their eggs.
An Aberdeen councillor has urged the local authority to use drones to scare problem gulls from the city.
An Aberdeen councillor who is attempting to tackle the city's gull menace has been targeted by one of the UK's largest groups of environmental activists.
A top Moray shop has deployed a radical weapon in its war against gulls - which tricks the birds into believing the building is on fire.
Gulls have been terrorising the north-east for decades but last week an English council announced they may have found the perfect solution... Drones.
Drones could become the latest weapon in the battle against menacing gulls in the north-east.
Plans to create outdoor cafes in the centre of Aberdeen are being thwarted by pesky seagulls stealing food.
They have been labelled the "rats of the sky", are notorious scavengers known to nab food from the hands of the unsuspecting and keep residents in north and north-east coastal communities awake long into the night
Aberdeen residents have been urged to consider fitting spikes to the roofs of their homes to deter aggressive gulls.
Hoards of aggressive gulls have taken up residence at a Moray secondary school, provoking fears for the safety of pupils when classes resume.
Bosses at Aberdeen Football Club have moved to reassure fans that they are doing all they can to deal with over-intrusive gulls at Pittodrie, following a number of recent complaints.
A Buckie man has called for Moray Council to issue anti-social behaviour orders (ASBOs) to people caught feeding gulls.
Police in Inverness have issued safety warning after teacakes full of pills were found in the Merkinch area of Inverness.
A Moray councillor has warned the public about the serious consequences of feeding gulls, as the local authority announces a publicity campaign urging people not to provide the birds with easy pickings.
This is the moment that Storm the Harris Hawk got a taste of his own medicine.
It is a favourite spot for enjoying ice cream, fish and chips and picnics.
An engineer has described the moment he and his colleague had to fend off a flock of gulls - with a broom.
We hear that “fly and scare” missions are launching to protect people in the north-east from attacks by aerial intruders.
A falconer is being drafted in to combat Peterhead's gull menace after residents claimed the town has been overrun.