A review of measures in towns created by the Spaces for People scheme across the north-east is underway with the first action confirmed for Turriff.
The festive challenge has gone virtual and will see youngsters collectively walk the distance to the North Pole.
A project to revitalise Bridge Street in Banff has progressed after it was delayed by the coronavirus lockdown.
Roads and transportation policies for the Aberdeenshire area have been approved by councillors.
Only Macduff Marine Aquarium and the area's two all-weather ski centres at Alford and Huntly will be open during the festive period.
A new service to support the health and wellbeing of people living throughout Aberdeenshire has been launched.
Council funding for the organisations will be cut after councillors approved proposals.
New posters have been designed to raise awareness of young carers’ rights to coincide with Carers Rights Day.
New council leader councillor Andy Kille has stepped down from his role as chairman of the Banff and Buchan area committee.
Aberdeenshire councillors have called for improvement work on the notorious A947 road to take priority and not be put on the back-burner.
Proposed policies for roads and transportation are set to be considered by Aberdeenshire councillors this week.
An initial charge of £0.21 per kWh will be made to allow for full cost recovery associated with the operation of public EV charge points.