The North East Scotland Mobile Breast Screening Service team will be located in Banff for three months
Turriff and District Citizens Advice Bureau is looking for a new chairperson to join the board of trustees.
Fish Town which looks at the activity in and around Peterhead and Fraserburgh returns for a second season on BBC Scotland.
Inverurie's Fennel restaurant and Morgan McVeigh's of Tillymorgan have teamed up in a fundraiser for Friends of Insch Hospital
Following applications which sought to turn it into a take-away and a cafe, new plans have been submitted to convert the former bank into two flats.
Aberdeenshire East MSP Gillian Martin will meet with the minister to discuss the plight of students who have no home support.
Inverurie Rotary Club is set to appoint its own environmental officer.
Scottish National Heritage has launched a £150,000 Plunge In pot, offering grants for community groups participating in the Year of Coastal Waters.
The council is looking at ways of best using available resources to avoid closures and is seeking public comment on use of the facilities as a whole.
The B9001 to the north of Rothienorman is due to be closed for 12 days for works, with drivers facing a considerable diversion.
The Garioch Heritage Centre in Inverurie welcomes this year's display on the subject of Home.
Dr Ian Francis of the RSPB will discuss local geese and swans
MP Richard Thomson has been announced as the SNP at Westminster's spokesperson on business and industry.
The announcement of a March 11 date leaves the Scottish Parliament with only days, instead of months, to scrutinise and debate the budget.
Anyone who signs up in January can claim 30 per cent off the entry fee.
Community officer James Stewart has given feedback on the results of action taken in December.
Farmers, land managers and gamekeepers are being asked to spend 30 minutes counting species at the start of February.
The Major Incident Public Portal (MIPP) is a website that will allow information to be passed much quicker to officers.
Deeside Riding for the Disabled who are based at Muir of Fowlis near Alford are looking to improve their facility for participants.
Sustrans is looking for new volunteers for its IBike programme in Aberdeenshire schools.