The Scottish Government has been accused of washing its hands of a transport crisis in the Mearns.
An environment watchdog has maintained opposition to an illegally-built Travellers site in St Cyrus and said nothing will change its mind.
Multi-million pound plans for a roadside service complex on the border of Aberdeenshire and Angus have been blocked at appeal by Scottish Ministers.
Objectors are calling for a public inquiry as the fallout over an unauthorised Travellers' site at St Cyrus enters its latest phase.
A housing application has been given the green light in Marykirk despite fears it will exacerbate traffic problems in the village.
A major new windfarm development has been referred to Aberdeenshire Council’s infrastructure services committee for a formal objection to be made.
A stone circle thought to be thousands of years old has turned out to be a lot more modern after a former farm owner admitted building the replica in the 1990s.
Controversial plans to scrap free short-stay parking across Aberdeenshire have taken a major step forward.
Mearns councillors give backing to replacement bridge following Christmas demolition of crumbling structure
"Severe disruption and inconvenience" to villagers has prompted a vigorous campaign for the replacement of a Mearns bridge which was pulled down during a £1 million Christmas operation.
Aberdeenshire councillors have been told they will "have learned nothing from the folly of Angus Council" if they press ahead with plans to end free parking.