A fresh battle over the risk of flooding at a controversial traveller site at St Cyrus erupted yesterday as councillors prepared to decide its fate.
A north-east golf club has hit a hole in one after being given the royal seal of approval.
A group set up in the wake of the devastating Ballater floods has called for a re-think on proposals designed to safeguard the village for future generations.
Bill for fixing Aberdeenshire bridges after Storm Frank tops £1 million – and ‘no timescale’ for Cambus O’May repairs
More than £1 million has now been spent on fixing the Aberdeenshire bridges worst-hit by Storm Frank – and the final historic crossing in line for repair could cost an extra £400,000.
Businesses in the north-east have been urged to prepare themselves to cope with flooding after a national study found that 5,600 business in the region are at risk.
Young salmon stocks in the upper River Dee are at their highest since Storm Frank wreaked havoc across the north-east four years ago.
Flood-hit communities will reap the rewards of £700,000 of national funding.
A Deeside fisherman has made a salmon out of logs - and named it after the storm that battered the region three years ago.
A Deeside weather station, which has recorded a century's worth of rain, snow and sunshine, has been globally recognised.
The next step to make sure a north-east town is bolstered against severe floods will take place next month.
It was a week like no other in recent memory for the people of Ballater.
A north-east landmark has been returned to its former glory, three years after it was devastated by Storm Frank.
Ballater residents are making sure the village is prepared for emergencies after being hit by Storm Frank in 2015.
One of the country’s leading water rescue experts has been appointed to lead the fire service in the north-east.
Firefighters across the north-east will be among the first to be armed with new specialist suits to help them cope during extreme weather like Storm Frank.
Third Ballater Duck Festival goes ahead just hours after flash-floods threaten the main village street
The annual Ballater Duck Festival went ahead yesterday despite many of the towns shops on the main street being hit by flash flooding over the weekend.
Cowie Bridge repairs start on A90 at Stonehaven next month along with Royal Deeside’s Polhollick footbridge
A major £1million programme of repair works will be carried out on a north-east bridge leading to the partial closure of one of the region’s busiest roads.
A popular north-east river raft race will be back with a splash this year - after last year’s event was cancelled in the wake of Storm Frank.
A Deeside community has launched an emergency plan to help safeguard people in the event of a major crisis like the Storm Frank floods.
Prince Charles’ north-east pop-up restaurant is to become a permanent fixture after thousands enjoyed its high-class dining over the course of its first year.
It was a once-in-a-500-year event when Storm Frank engulfed Ballater and other parts of the north-east at the climax of 2015.
The Scottish Government has been urged to do more to protect vulnerable communities from flooding.
Work has commenced to ensure north-east towns are protected from future flooding damage.
A raft of vital repairs are to be carried out at a Deeside bridge which was devastated during the Storm Frank floods.
A group of gamekeepers, who helped a flood-affected Deeside village get back on its feet, have been given a prestigious award.
The UK Government has been accused of acting too slowly to secure flood victims in Aberdeenshire with a share of £52million worth of relief.
A Deeside science festival has finished with a packed talk on the legacy of the worst flooding to hit the region in a generation.
Flood victims in an Aberdeenshire village have been given a major boost to help fend off any future downpours by two local firms.
"You're the one responsible for all this," said Prince Charles before breaking into a broad smile.
It had a north-east launch with a royal seal of approval in Ballater earlier this month.
The Scottish Government will give more than £2million to Aberdeenshire Council to help deal with damage caused by last year's flooding.
A Garioch community fighting to defend themselves from future floods will be given protection in the coming months.