The council is exploring the possibility of introducing new services in the Inverurie area which would replace fixed-route timetabled services.
A new drop in test facility for those without Covid symptoms is being introduced for the next 12 weeks from Friday, February 26.
Nominations have opened for the 2021 Inspiring Aberdeenshire awards.
Staff were recognised for their efforts during the Covid pandemic at this year’s Food and Drink Federation Awards.
Collaboration between Aberdeen Science Centre and Aberdeenshire council has attracted attention from 97 different countries.
A string of issues relating to the stretch of the B933 between Inverurie and Keithhall have prompted the call for work to be carried out.
Many examples of innovation by Aberdeenshire Council and partners were heard about at a Sustainability Committee meeting.
Aberdeenshire licensing board has praised businesses for paying their annual fees despite the current Covid-19 restrictions.
People in Aberdeenshire are being invited to take part in a consultation which focuses on fairness and equality.
A total of 3859 small businesses and firms in the hospitality and leisure sectors and 190 in the newly self-employed categories have received aid.
While warmer weather has seen thawing across much of the area, several routes are stiff affected by drifting snow.
Plans to extend the petrol station in Banff have been granted by councillors.
Operations will resume tomorrow as efforts continue to open more minor roads affected by snow.