A north-east lifesaver is warning there may be tragic consequences if motorists do not keep the road around his base clear.
Controversial proposals to give councils the power to introduce a workplace parking levy have been published by the Scottish Greens.
Green MSPs have called on opposition parties at Holyrood to ditch their “politically motivated opposition” to the planned new workplace parking levy.
A children’s football club has been forced to urge those attending matches to park responsibly.
Members of the public are being urged to give their views on the contentious plans to scrap the free period in pay and display car parks.
Problem parkers are creating an "obstacle course" in an Aberdeen street.
A high-profile free parking scheme in Aberdeen has been scrapped.
Work has begun on the million-pound refurbishment of a north-east court.
Plans to improve road safety outside a north-east primary school could edge forward next week.
Scottish Labour has suggested that lower paid workers will be hardest hit by a car park tax, as it announced it will vote against the plans at its party conference later this week.
MSPs have warned they need time to take evidence on controversial plans for a workplace parking levy.
The first details of a planned roll-out of parking restrictions in the Highlands has laid bare the extent of their reach.
Parents at an Aberdeen school have slammed inconsiderate drivers and called for further enforcement action over the number of cars parking inappropriately during collection and pick-up time.
Controversial proposals to scrap free short-stay parking across Aberdeenshire have taken a major step forward despite widespread opposition from businesses.
Controversial plans to scrap free parking look like they could move ahead, despite opposition from town centre traders.
A disabled resident in Moray's biggest town fears paramedics would struggle to reach his home in an emergency due to parking problems on his street.
Residents living near an Aberdeenshire school fear it is "only a matter of time" before an accident occurs on the street as parents congest the area with vehicles while collecting their children.
Fraserburgh SNP councillors have pledged to fight to protect the hour's free parking currently available in council car parks.
The annual surplus produced from council parking operations has risen by £165 million over the past five years despite cuts in road improvements, according to a new study.
As tens of thousands of people hit the high street today in search of Boxing Day bargains, The Press and Journal can reveal the best places to park in the city.
Lochaber councillors’ pleas for fairness over free car parking charges for Fort William residents in the run up to Christmas found favour with councillors at yesterday’s full council meeting in Inverness.
Lochaber councillors will unite at a Highland Council meeting today to demand free parking for six weeks for Fort William car parks.
Talks have taken place between the Oban business community and council representatives after a new parking regime threatened to chase away tourists.
An MSP has attacked the “outrageous” abuse by drivers who are parking at the north’s main hospital without even visiting it.
Car parking charges should be introduced in Mallaig to boost revenue and ensure easier parking for residents, a council report shown to the Press and Journal recommends.
Aberdeeen residents could enjoy free parking after 5pm in all council multi-story car parks as part of an effort to boost the city centre.
Council bosses reveal plans to roll out unpopular penalties scheme to more Highland towns and villages
Council bosses in the north have revealed plans to roll out their unpopular penalties scheme to more towns and villages in the Highlands - and bring in clamping and towing as further punishments.
£10m multi-storey car park at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary closes for maintenance just months after opening
The new £10m multi-storey car park at the city hospital has been closed for maintenance work only months after it first opened.
Visitors to Skye were left astonished as the volume of traffic at one of the islands beauty spots caused parking pandemonium.
A community campaign has been launched to put a stop to escalating parking problems at the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct.
A north-east councillor will this morning make an impassioned plea for parking fee changes to be scrapped amid fears that it will undo efforts to regenerate his town centre.
Nearly £600,000 of fines have been dished out to drivers since Highland Council started its major parking crackdown in October 2016.