Taxi and private hire car drivers in the North-east are being asked their views concerning a proposed medical assessment scheme.
North-east businesses are set for a broadband boost thanks to a £23 billion Government funding scheme.
Plans to turn a former toy store into a fitness studio have been accepted.
Firework displays in the North-east might be going off without a bang next year, if a petition urging the use of silent fireworks succeeds.
Community leaders have said streets could be left in darkness if council proposals to make groups pay the electricity bills for Christmas lights are approved.
A council has pledged to approve more than 2,600 affordable homes over five years.
Some potholes could be left for up to a month before being repaired under a new roads strategy drawn up by council officials.
Concerns have been raised about the dumping of supermarket trolleys at a beach.
Communities across the North-east could go dark next Christmas if they are forced to pay for the electricity their festive lights use.
A councillor has claimed trust in AWPR bosses is beginning to evaporate amid further delays.
A gymnastics group has been given the go-ahead to move into a new purpose-built facility.
Work is set to begin on additional parking spaces at a North-east railway station.
Transport bosses have come under fire for closing a main road that passes a new primary school – just a week after it opened.
A North-east council paid out more than £4 million last year on overtime for staff.
Tomorrow is the last day to help choose photos to be displayed in a newly-refurbished library.
A gymnastics club is hoping to move into new premises – if councillors give the proposal the go-ahead.
A ruling in a long-running legal battle could cost millions of pounds in future developer contributions, it was claimed today.
The number of recorded assaults on local authority workers across the North-east has almost tripled in two years.
A long-awaited dialysis treatment centre could open by spring.
Aberdeenshire residents have praised a council for roadworks –despite them causing a 26-mile diversion.
Aberdeenshire Council has been shortlisted for a prestigious accolade.
A North-east councillor has called for a former factory to be turned into a sports centre to bring his town in line with similar offerings in Macduff and Fraserburgh.
New figures have revealed the amount spent repairing potholes across the North-east in the last year.
Plans for a massive building project which could increase the size of a village have been lodged.
Aberdeen residents are being faced with problems balancing the books because council officials are taking months to process paperwork.
A woman claims her street has been left in a state of “pandemonium” by contractors amid a string of home renovations.
Police and licensing officers have conducted an operation to promote responsible drinking in the North-east.
The Scottish Conservatives have hailed a by-election victory which saw them take almost 50% of votes.
A community is being asked to vote for favourite images to take pride of place in a newly-refurbished library.
A caravan park toilet block could be extended and converted into a house, if proposals are given the green light.