Concerns have been raised that plans to stop businesses illegally dumping trade waste at recycling centres could lead to an increase in fly-tipping.
Kincardine and Mearns area committee
More needs to be done to tackle child poverty councillors have claimed, after new figures showing the extent of the issue in south Aberdeenshire were published.
More than 90 affordable homes could be built in a north-east seaside town despite warnings they may be “the slums of the future".
Councillors will discuss plans for overnight camper van parking in Stonehaven next week following concerns raised by local residents about safety issues.
Plans for a major new housing development at a north-east village have been thrown out by councillors amid concerns over impact on local schools.
A developer has won an appeal to build dozens of new homes in Stonehaven after its application was turned down by the local council.
A major roadside restaurant, petrol station and hotel complex has been backed by councillors, despite planners urging them to reject the proposals.
Aberdeenshire road bosses will make no decision on changing the priority of gritting routes until an end of winter review is carried out next month.
Two historic trees have been granted a preservation order, despite one of them being branded a "nuisance" by a leading expert.
Councillors in Aberdeenshire have urged the local authority to provide more council houses across the region.
Councillors will today be asked to approve £1.5million plans to expand a Mearns primary school running close to capacity.
Residents of an Aberdeenshire town who have repeatedly called for a bigger supermarket are furious that council planners have recommended all four proposals currently on the table are thrown out.
The establishment of a supermarket in Stonehaven is one of the longest-running debates within the community.
A north-east forest dating back hundreds of years could bunker plans for an £80million Jack Nicklaus golf resort on a historic estate.
A group of travellers who set up an unauthorised camp off the north-east coast have made a fresh bid to make the site a permanent feature.
Councillors formally shelved plans to transform an iconic Aberdeenshire harbour into a marina yesterday - but vowed to "keep it alive".
Councillors have backed plans for more than 300 homes in Laurencekirk - despite concerns about the impact they will have on two notorious junctions.
An Aberdeenshire community group has been awarded £4,000 to breathe new life into a disused secondary school.
A councillor has urged the local authority not to forget the plight of a packed Mearns school - one of six in the area running over capacity.
An Aberdeenshire councillor has called for rural communities to help keep some of the region's most remote roads clear as £1million of council cutbacks take hold.
Councillors have been asked to approve plans for a 300-home Aberdeenshire development - despite concerns it could impact on nearby danger junctions.
Aberdeenshire Council has pledged £10,000 to breath new life into a 500-year old local landmark.
The masterplan for a 115-home development on an historic Mearns estate has been backed by councillors - despite concerns the area "deserves better".
Controversial plans to extend a north-east waste and recycling centre will go back before Aberdeenshire councillors today.
Councillors have revealed they would like to see much-loved Aberdeenshire family restaurant reopen, rather than be turned into housing.
Plans to paint primrose yellow road markings in an Aberdeenshire village have been approved - despite protests from some locals.
Aberdeenshire councillors have agreed to progress with innovative plans for a new home care service which gives people more independence from their carers.
A call has been made for a new school in a Mearns town after it was revealed that seven primaries in the area have been at more than 100% capacity since 2014.
Double-yellow lines in a pretty Mearns village are to be painted a paler shade of primrose so as not to upset its historic charms.
A bid by landowners behind plans for Aberdeenshire’s newest town to slash their £8million contribution towards upgrading the roads around Aberdeenshire’s newest town could be thrown out next week.
Plans for the last phase of a multimillion pound development which will restore a north-east mansion to its former glory have cleared a hurdle.
The latest phase of a multimillion development which will bring a derelict north-east mansion back to life as a boutique hotel could be approved next week.