Provisional figures from Road Safety North East Scotland show the number of people fatally injured on north east roads is at its lowest level since current records began in 1974
A review of Minor Injury Units (MIUs) in Aberdeenshire, which is currently underway, is moving into the next phase with a series of public events.
Haughs masterplan revealed as work begins to develop potential projects
Nick Thom the new Police Inspector for Formartine intends to build on community engagement and partnership working
The proposed changes to the 35 and 35A bus routes will come in to force on Monday 8 January 2018.
Complaints of frozen footpaths, no gritting, and parents having to clear and grit the road outside Fintry School.
The Sandpiper Trust are looking for volunteers in Turriff to join the Sandpiper Wildcat Project to help provide immediate care to patients who are suffering a cardiac arrest.
Crown Street will be closed, except for access, for two weeks from Monday 30 October.
Aberdeenshire Council are seeking the views of the community and businesses in a review of town centre parking across Aberdeenshire
Police Scotland is appealing for information after equipment was stolen from a rural property near Turriff in the early hours of Wednesday morning. A farm in Fyvie was also targetted on Monday night.