A group of travellers have been served an eviction notice after pitching up in a cafe's car park.
Council leaders are in talks with members of the travelling community to move them on from a site next to Aberdeen’s newest academy.
Aberdeenshire Council will plough £350,000 into revamping a north-east travellers site after its users raised a string of complaints about conditions there.
Travellers’ tears of joy as controversial St Cyrus site approved retroactively by Aberdeenshire Council
Emotional members of the travelling community shed tears of joy and erupted in applause in the Aberdeenshire council chamber yesterday after plans to legitimise a controversial caravan site in St Cyrus received overwhelming approval following a six-year battle.
Planners have once again recommended refusal for controversial plans to legitimise a traveller’s site in southern Aberdeenshire.
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.
Calls for Moray to be put forward for Scottish pilot scheme to establish negotiated sites for travellers
Moray could be put forward for a new pilot scheme in Scotland which would establish negotiated sites for travellers.
Travellers using a new north-east stopover site have requested that the spot be upgraded and the maximum length of their stays be extended beyond a fortnight.
A young north-east student has spoken about the “prejudice and racism” he has experienced as a member of the Travelling community in Scotland.
A group of travellers based in the north-east say they want to work with the council to secure the “best solution possible” for their future.
A controversial traveller camp could be approved next week despite more than 250 people signing a petition to block it.
A group of travellers has decided not to appeal to the Court of Session over their unauthorised travellers’ camp.
North-east councillors have voiced their support for a traveller camp being created near Banff, despite a number of safety concerns from locals.
A traveller camp on the outskirts of a north-east community has been backed by Aberdeenshire Council’s planners despite public outcry.
More than 60 illegal camp sites have been reported across Aberdeenshire to the local authority this year so far.
Fire crews tackled a vehicle blaze this evening at a travellers' camp in Dyce, and police are investigating.
Aberdeenshire Council has launched a process to find a builder to construct the region's first official site for travellers.
A fundraising campaign to pay for a legal challenge against a controversial traveller stopover site in the north-east has stalled.
Traveller sites could be dotted alongside the Aberdeen bypass once it is finished.
Neighbours of a site earmarked as a controversial traveller stopover site are to launch a legal challenge to the proposal.
Tom Taylor was one of the north-east's true horticultural stalwarts; a man who graced the Beechgrove Garden and many other settings.
The Scottish Government has been accused of "passing the buck" to councils" over new advice on dealing with illegal traveller camps.
Two north-east communities have voiced concerns about the impact of a travelling encampment, who have arrived in the region.
A travellers site on a burgeoning £2billion north-east town may take "decades" to take shape under the terms of an agreement between the local authority and a developer.
The long-running row over plans to build an official gypsy traveller camp in the north-east is set to be reopened as councillors prepare to approve the proposals.
A startling new report has revealed there were more illegal travellers camps in Aberdeenshire than anywhere else in Scotland last year.
A north-east community has urged their local authority to reconsider plans for creating a gypsy traveller camp in an ancient battlefield.
Controversial travellers camp near Peterhead will now be allowed – because Scottish Government over ruled council decision
A group of travellers has been granted permission to set up camp on the outskirts of Peterhead - despite the council's efforts to block the plans.
North-east travellers to take case for woodland site to Scottish Government following council refusal
A family of travellers have vowed to take their fight to establish a permanent camp in Garioch to the Scottish Government.
A controversial traveller site in an Aberdeenshire woodlands could be given final approval this week.