Councillors have agreed to reverse a transport policy dating back decades and grant free school bus travel for thousands of children in Aberdeenshire.
Aberdeenshire Council will review how quickly it responded to speeding fears in a north-east village, after residents endured a three-year wait for traffic calming measures.
Politicians have called for more land to be made available for gypsy/travellers as a new report said almost 140 north and north-east locations are used for unauthorised camps.
The opening of a long-awaited replacement north-east train station has been delayed by a further six months.
A councillor and prominent critic of Donald Trump’s Aberdeenshire golf course has confirmed he will not vote on plans to create 500 homes at the site.
Fed-up residents are breathing a sigh of a relief as a community park promised more than a decade ago is finally coming to fruition.
Battle lines have been drawn over multimillion pound plans to build 500 homes at Donald Trump’s Aberdeenshire golf course.
A developer has been ordered to build the children’s play park it promised – or face legal action.
A former psychiatric hospital which has fallen into disrepair has been sold.
Councillors yesterday claimed the rising school rolls in Garioch strengthened the case for a new north-east academy.
An Aberdeenshire Council political group will today urge members to back funding urgent road safety measures.
A group of north-east councillors has called for road safety to be made a spending priority in the authority's next budget.
A north-east councillor is calling for urgent action to make two "dangerous" village roads safer.
North-east road safety campaigners are celebrating after the speed limit on a notorious Aberdeenshire road was slashed.
A historic Aberdeenshire building has moved a step closer to becoming the true heart of its community.
A councillor has called for £210,000 to be invested in completing a cycle link between the Granite City and an Aberdeenshire town.
A scheme to redevelop the grounds of a historic Aberdeenshire mansion and open its walled gardens to the public has bumped into obstacles.
Public artwork could be at the heart of an £11million Aberdeenshire station, which is being brought back to life after 50 years.
Plans for a £12million rebuild of a fire-hit Aberdeenshire primary school have been backed.
Cash-strapped Aberdeenshire Council has collected a meagre £400 in litter fines over the last five years - despite having two officers trained to dish out penalties.
Eight schools in the Garioch area are operating well over capacity, new figures revealed yesterday.
A north-east councillor argued yesterday that they key to making a notorious road safer could be the reopening of a local railway line.
A row has broken out after it emerged plans to dual one of the north-east's busiest roads could stunt the growth of one of its biggest towns.
Plans to rebuild a village railway station after a fifty-year absence could be delivered within the next four years.
Old school houses across the north-east could be brought back into use to address Aberdeenshire Council's teaching crisis.
The two-strong political group which tipped the scale of power on Aberdeenshire Council earlier this week has reiterated the goal of a new administration must be "better policies and services".
A councillor who locked horns with Donald Trump last night emerged as the unlikely new power broker on Aberdeenshire Council.
Aberdeenshire Council could have a new administration within the space of “a few weeks” after two local councillors reached an agreement with the main opposition group.
Aberdeenshire Council's largest political group edged closer to a power grab yesterday after formally teaming up with a newly-formed alliance.
Fears have surfaced that a badly-needed second primary school in an Aberdeenshire village may not be delivered next year as promised.
Aberdeenshire Council's revenue budget for the financial year passed today after being backed by the majority of councillors at Woodhill House.
Planning proposals for a 600-home development in Aberdeenshire have moved one step closer.