Potentially life-saving equipment has been installed in Westhill.
Tributes have been paid to a former North-east police officer who died last week.
Craigievar Community Hall is getting a new lease of life.
Tributes have been paid to a Banchory man, prominent in the local community, who has died aged 74.
North East MSP Mike Rumbles has called on the Scottish Government to target crucial investment at areas worst affected by low internet speeds.
Aberdeenshire Council and the community in Alford have been working together to ensure streets remain tidy with the replacement of seven litter bins.
The increase in obesity levels, age of mothers in pregnancy and a big rise in midwifery vacancies is putting Scottish maternity services under pressure.
Banchory’s money-spinning summer ball has given a major boost to a local cancer charity.
Police are urging drivers to take care on North-east roads as Storm Ali sweeps across the region.
A Deeside village is bouncing back after suffering a series of blows to the community in recent years.
A couple who met at a Deeside dance have celebrated their diamond wedding.
Two men have been charged in connection with the alleged theft of a number of high-value electric bikes from a shop in Ballater.
Police have confirmed that the death of a 65-year-old man in the Sauchen area is not being treated as suspicious.
A leading Deeside arts venue is celebrating a successful outcome to a major fundraising drive.
Aspiring young North-east film-makers will have the opportunity to kick-start their career in the industry by applying for a place on the Aberdeen BFI Film Academy.
Aberdeenshire West MSP Alexander Burnett and Scottish Parliament colleagues have raised a cup to the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.
For one weekend only, visitors will get a rare chance to see what goes on behind closed doors at some of Aberdeenshire’s most interesting buildings.
A new youth club has been formed in the local area to help youngsters develop modern digital skills.