An Angus firm will take over the running of a controversial Mearns school bus route after Aberdeenshire Council pulled the plug on the previous operator.
Council chiefs have promised action after the unexpected return of school run double deckers to a dangerous route in the Mearns.
Calming Coulter’s candy is being used to soothe Mearns tots into the land of nod in an innovative new music initiative.
A council has asked homeowners and businesses in Stonehaven to each give £50 to beat the town’s gull menace.
Plans to build a hydroelectric scheme on the Queen’s Balmoral estate are to come under scrutiny from park chiefs amid concerns they may not fit the aims of a national park.
Plans to build a hydroelectric scheme on the Queen’s Balmoral estate are facing a hurdle amid concerns they may not fit the aims of a national park.
Residents have reacted with fury after St Cyrus Travellers were given “renewed hope” they won’t be kicked out of their homes.
Campaigners have handed councillors a petition signed by 31,000 people opposed to the Trump Organisation’s plans for a second golf course in Aberdeenshire.
Road chiefs are going back to the drawing board over the troubled Royal Arch at Fettercairn after its latest weather-related closure.
A senior councillor has said dismantling a gypsy-traveller camp is the most difficult enforcement action the authority has ever taken, as a homeless support worker warned it would cost thousands to re-home its residents.