A US voter has been in touch with a north-east councillor asking him to stand down - after confusing him for a candidate in the California governor’s race.
Farmers are urging council roads bosses to increase the number of laybys and passing places on a notorious Aberdeenshire road.
A north-east councillor will make a plea to colleagues next week asking for their support to help secure the future of Duff House.
Councillors in Aberdeenshire have written to the Scottish Government to raise concerns that proposals to overhaul planning policy across the country could “erode local democracy”.
A botched repair job of a north-east harbour is undermining efforts to rally the community around regeneration efforts, a councillor has warned.
A fisherman has warned "creel wars" could be sparked in the Moray Firth amid claims a massive wind farm will dramatically reduce catching grounds.
Aberdeenshire Council has confirmed it lacks the financial resources to carry out safety works at a north-east road, branded "dangerous" by locals.
Police are still searching for answers after thieves raided a north-east charity store.
Two footbridges, connecting a brace of north-east communities, will be replaced early this year.
A north-east community has expressed concerns that an "accident is waiting to happen" at a bus stop near a busy commuter route.
Thieves have struck at a north-east school, just weeks after vandals caused more than £20,000 of damage at a nearby primary.
Tenants will soon be moving into their new homes built on a strip of derelict land in a north-east town.
Councillors yesterday paid their final tributes to a colleague who died after a two-year battle with cancer.
A £17million scheme to transform the fortunes of north-east ports will only work if communities get behind it, a councillor has warned.
Fears have been raised that new proposed plans for north-east harbours could turn boat owners away.
Charities, businesses and a lifeboat station have been raided by thieves during a "despicable" crime spree in two north-east towns.
A community leader is calling for action on the north-east's most notorious road.
A troubled north-east secondary school will be told it still has room to improve - almost two years after a damning inspectorate report.
Pupils at Aberchirder Primary will take part in a nationwide celebration of children's rights next week.
Visitors flocking to a north-east town for a major cultural event this weekend will not be disrupted by the ongoing town centre roadworks, it was confirmed last night.