Aberdeenshire Council has announced it will introduce a new guide to support community groups working to improve paths.
A new chairwoman has been appointed for north-east regional transport partnership Nestrans.
A survey seeking the views of north-east residents on bus services is to launch this month.
A project aiming to establish more green spaces in the north-east is under way.
A new kerbside bin collection cycle has been approved in Aberdeenshire, after the council lost out on funding and was forced to postpone its initial plans.
A historic north-east bridge damaged by Storm Frank could cost £400,000 to repair.
People have been urged to have their say on a north-east council’s controversial plans to scrap free parking periods.
A transport body has launched a search for a new board member.
Measures which could be launched in August could see the 30-minute free parking period scrapped in Aberdeenshire in favour of an initial charge of 50p for the first hour, rising to £1 for the second.
Plans to reduce non-recyclable bin collections across Aberdeenshire to every three weeks have been given the green light.
Councillors have voted to scrap free parking periods at council car parks in Aberdeenshire.
A major project to protect a town and its access road from a landslip has been completed ahead of schedule.
Members of the public are being asked for their views to help shape the future of recycling and waste services in the north-east.
A new tourism strategy aiming to bring in £1 billion of visit spend into the north-east by 2023 could be adopted by a local authority this week.
More homes in the north-east can upgrade to superfast broadband as part of a £428 million project.
A north-east councillor has paid tribute to his “amazing” wife after she died over the weekend from injuries sustained in a car crash five years ago.
A popular Highland Games has had an application to extend its entertainment licence approved.
Senior councillors have been invited to a landslip-hit community amid claims it has reached “crisis point”.