Tractor drivers turned away from a section of the AWPR should no longer suffer from an “honest mistake” by police, it has been claimed.
The number of livestock-worrying incidents across the north-east has hit a five-year high.
An MSP has been cleared of an alleged code of conduct breach.
A north-east MSP has defended the efforts of the Forestry Commission to protect the Scottish wildcat.
An north-east MSP has called on the First Minister to support the reversal of a ban on agricultural vehicles on the AWPR.
An MSP has quizzed the Economy Secretary over plans for signs on a section of the Aberdeen bypass – after a restaurant said it was losing hundreds of pounds a day.
A Scottish Conservative MSP has quit from the party’s front bench after lobbying on behalf of a north-east business he has shares in.
Scotland’s Transport Minister has been questioned about the proposed scrapping of North-east bus services.
The number of livestock worrying incidents in Scotland has more than doubled in nine years, police statistics reveal.
New figures show fewer police staff dealing with more incidents after closure of Aberdeen control room
The closure of the police control room in Aberdeen has left fewer staff dealing with more incidents in Dundee, new statistics have shown.
A North-east politician today said he believes there is a “witch-hunt” going on after MSP Mark McDonald resigned from his Scottish Government post.
A new medical practice is to open next month after a 20-year fight for better facilities.
The goodwill between landowners affected by the AWPR works and contractors has "disappeared", according to a North-east MSP.
I was heavily involved in the pro-Union campaign in the first referendum and the public do not want a return to the division and uncertainty of that period.
An MSP has given his backing to a parent-led petition trying to save a children's drop-in clinic.