A controversial flood scheme has been approved for Ballater - despite a roads boss admitting all the options on the table were "terrible".
A north-east dance academy has opened a new purpose-builf studio after transforming disused industrial units in an Aberdeenshire town.
Plans for a new nursery to resolve the "huge pressure" facing an over-capacity Aberdeenshire school have been revealed.
Fresh calls have been made to improve access at Insch Station amid fears residents have been "excluded" from using the railway.
Proposals for five multi-million-pound flood protection schemes in Aberdeenshire communities have been recommended for approval.
Flooding problems which have plagued Aberdeenshire communities for generations could be a thing of the past under new £15.5 million plans to keep rising water at bay.
A public consultation to discuss accessibility at Insch Station will be held next week.
A self-taught artist who works from a steading in Aberdeenshire is thrilled after a print that originally sold for £195 was snapped up for more than 10 times that this week.
A last-chance information session will be held next month before plans to protect an Aberdeenshire village from flooding are finalised.
You’ll never be stuck for something to do in the Granite City, but the appeal of the countryside can also hold sway.
Man found ‘very drunk’, covered in glass and surrounded by stolen booze after botched Aberdeenshire shop break-in
A north-east man who staged a late-night raid on his local shop was found by police a short time later in an “extremely intoxicated” state and surrounded by bottles of stolen drink.
Reduced opening hours at Aberdeen recycling centres will take effect from next month.
There was a delivery with a difference at a north-east stable as staff welcomed a very rare set of twins.
A vintage motorcycle with only 280 miles on the clock, Victorian-era canvas maps of the north-east and even a pair of plastic feet will go under the hammer this weekend.
An Aberdeen charity is to expand into the countryside by opening its own auction house.
GALLERY: 21 pictures of families having a great time at the Archaeolink Prehistory Park from through the years
With news that the Archaeolink Prehistory Park near Oyne has attracted an "interested party", we thought we'd have a look through our archives.
A woman is marking the 25th anniversary of her kidney transplant with a series of charity races.
Police have made an arrest in conection with an alleged assault following an incident on High Street in Insch today.
A north-east hotel which has been empty for eight years and suffered a petrol bomb attack during efforts to refurbish it has finally re-opened its doors.
Community campaigners have accused Aberdeenshire Council of setting two recycling centres "up to fail" after they were saved from the brink of closure.
Aberdeenshire Council to roll out three-week bin collections and cut recycling centre hours to save just £500,000
Campaigners have scored a victory to save their recycling centres - at the expense of the service offered at nearly a dozen across the region.
“Screaming” rats scurrying behind walls have kept residents up at night as parts of Aberdeenshire have been left with uncollected bins.
An Aberdeenshire woman is planning to cut off her long locks to raise enough money for her church to get a new toilet.
A tiny village pub has been inundated with offers of help after announcing it will open at lunch-time on Christmas Day to provide a three-course meal and tipple to anyone on their own this year.
A decision on controversial plans to overhaul waste and recycling services in the north-east has been pushed back until next year.
The public are being invited to help shape the future of two north-east hospitals.
Demonstrators gathered outside a north-east recycling centre to protest against its proposed closure.
A north-east marathon man will take on his toughest challenge yet to raise funds for deprived children overseas.
A north-east sports centre has appealed to youths who tried to start a fire in the building to get involved at the facility.
A man who hacked his own mother to death is back living in the north-east after just 11 years in prison
An axe murderer has been freed from jail just 11 years after hacking his mother to death.
Clambering through a muddy obstacle course together may seem like an unusual form of mother and son bonding.
North-east woman who committed ‘despicable and mean’ crime of stealing from 87-year-old with dementia spared jail
A serial offender who carried out the “despicable and mean” act of befriending a pensioner with dementia so she could steal from his pension has been spared jail.