People are being encouraged to submit nominations for their favourite tree to compete in the annual Tree of the Year award.
Hopefully you’ve been managing to get out for a daily breath of fresh air during the lockdown and, as we are, enjoying all the first signs of spring.
A review will be carried out into plans to build a block of flats behind a police station in a north-east town.
The £5.5 million scheme is being led by the River Dee Trust with the support of the Dee District Salmon Fishery Board.
Dame Helen Mirren is backing efforts to keep deadly plant disease Xylella out of the UK by voicing an animation warning of the risks it poses.
Works to a number of trees at an Aberdeen university are to be carried out.
Drivers are being warned a north-east road has been blocked after two trees came down.
Landowners in the north-east are being encouraged to check on their trees following a period of high winds.
Horse chestnut trees, whose conkers have been collected and treasured by generations of children, are among scores of European trees at risk of extinction.
The oldest fossil forest in Asia has been discovered in the walls of clay quarries in China.
A witness appeal has been launched after a number of trees on an Aberdeen street were set on fire.
Around 400 trees in Aberdeen are diseased or dying from Dutch elm disease, it has been revealed.
A group of students are looking to spruce up an Aberdeen park by planting trees.
An area of trees in Aberdeen that was controversially ripped up to make way for a sporting event more than a year ago will be reinstated.
Trees and a garden island removed for a major Aberdeen event will not be permanently reinstated under proposals by the council.
Plants “talk” to each other using a complex underground communication system, scientists have found.
Residents in Aberdeen are being urged to cut back foliage from pavements and roads to ensure people have a clear passageway.
New laser scanning technology is being used to “weigh” trees, in a project which could help more accurately assess the role forests can play in tackling climate change.
Fall-out looks set to run on as Aberdeen residents hit out at council for response to removed greenery
Residents of an Aberdeen community have raised concerns over the handling of the first Great Aberdeen Run.
Aberdeen City Council will take enforcement action after trees were cut down at a historic mansion without consent.
Members of a North-east community have been left ‘baffled’ after a council planted fruit trees in the middle of their local playing field.
One tree will be planted for every 1,000 Christmas cards handed into two North-east branches of M&S this month.
Hundreds of diseased trees are to be felled this year in Aberdeen.
Residents of an Aberdeen community have hit out at the council for not consulting them before starting work on planting hundreds of trees.
"Nasty and malicious" vandals are suspected of being behind the destruction of young trees on a city street.