Residents in the north-east are to be given special guidance on how to reduce their water usage following a drier than average winter.
A north-east council has said it will not be treating footpaths despite bad weather being forecast.
NHS Grampian has spent an extra £1.2 million on coping with increased demand due to colder weather in winter – on top of £1m the board spent a year ago.
A north-east animal sanctuary has made an appeal for donations to support its residents over the winter period.
A number of community salt bins are available across Aberdeen for members of the public to use.
Police Scotland is offering free winter safety checks to residents in a north-east town.
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Two Aberdeen roads will be shut for the "foreseeable future" due to large amounts of surface water freezing over night.
A man has hit out after grit bins were removed from the streets of a housing development in a north-east village.
Drivers are being urged to think safe in case of frost and ice on north-east roads.
NHS Grampian will receive almost £1 million to help tackle seasonal pressures this winter.
A gold-coloured gritter will take centre stage at a safety event in the city next weekend.
A north-east coastal road is to close to vehicles next month.
Aberdeen residents have just a fortnight left to apply for free community salt bags from the council.
Gritter drivers in Aberdeen are being trained to ensure they are up to speed ahead of the start of the city council’s winter maintenance programme.
The council has stockpiled around 12,000 tonnes of salt and 180 staff will be on hand to treat the roads and pavements.
Council chiefs have urged Aberdeen residents to pick up a free community salt bag.
Aberdeen City Council’s winter roads budget could be extended should the weather be worse than anticipated, councillors have been told.
Aberdeen's council bosses have warned its winter roads budget will only be able to cope with a mild season despite forecasters predicting this winter could be the coldest in more than three decades.
Weather experts are predicting a “disappointing” weekend temperature-wise in the city, while parts of Aberdeenshire may even fall as low as 0C (32F).
North-east health staff had their most successful ever winter – and are already planning for the same again this year.
Hard-up infrastructure chiefs could be forced to dip into their reserves for cash to prepare and respond to even a mild winter, they have claimed.
The Met Office has issued a snow warning for the north-east.
Parts of the north-east could see the mercury plummet to as low as -10C tonight, with some areas not even budging above freezing during the day.
Police in the Highlands have revealed a car was stopped with its windscreen almost completely covered in snow.
Weather experts have predicted the cold weather is here to stay over the next few days and into next week – along with strong winds and the return of snow.
A foundation has ensured more than 100 youngsters in need in the north-east have received a winter coat.
Council chiefs have placed one-tonne community salt bags at 20 locations around Aberdeen.
A north-east road safety group has warned that older drivers are more at risk of a collision this winter.
A motorist's car was seized after they were caught driving without insurance and no MOT in the north-east.