Aberdeenshire Council has revealed plans for a new facility to deal with the increase in early years hours provision.
Ministers have been told to address a £3 billion backlog in repair and improvement works on Scotland’s roads network.
Successful trials at Turriff and Stonehaven have led to their adoption at other sites in Aberdeenshire.
Staff have been praised for developing positive links with families which have led to everyone feeling welcome and included.
Thousands of giant metre tall kilted Kevin the Carrots will go on sale next week as part of fundraising activities.
Two north-east firms have joined together to support CLAN
The best in prime and pedigree livestock head to Inverurie for the prestigious show and sale.
Gillian Martin and Stewart Stevenson welcomed the work being done by members of the Scottish Youth Parliament.
Acclaimed best-selling illustrator, Johanna Basford smashed the record for the largest drawing by an individual.
Jennifer Hogwood was welcomed to Galleryi in Inverurie
Aberdeen City councillor Sandra Macdonald will take over at the helm of NESTRANS
MSP Gillian Martin joined the Shell Girls in Energy event which was held to promote women in STEM.
The National Lottery have teamed up with the National Trust for Scotland to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the lottery's launch.
Bennachie Community Council is asking users of Insch station to make their thoughts known on three proposals to improve access.
MSP Gillian Martin welcomed a group of local women to the event which was held in Oldmeldrum.
Acclaimed best-selling illustrator, Johanna Basford is mid-attempt as she sets out to smash the record for the largest drawing by an individual.
Friends of Turriff Cottage Hospital's coffee morning raised £1225.
The Health and Sport Committee are seeking views on the day to day operation of NHS Grampian.
Young Enterprise Grampian hosted a craft fair in Inverurie for local secondary pupils taking part in the entrepreneurial scheme.
Keig Primary School saw pupils given the opportunity to speak to drivers on the main road outside their school on the issue of speeding.