SSEN Transmission has welcomed the full approval of the substation which will be the world’s first 400kV Green Gas for Grid (g3) substation.
A crop of Lomond turnips grown on a Morayshire farm has been crowned champion in the Royal Northern Agricultural Society’s turnip growing contest.
An increase to trade waste charges in Aberdeenshire has been approved by councillors.
MSP Stewart Stevenson has supported the Members Bill to protect retail staff from abuse.
Funding for childminders who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic has been welcomed by Aberdeenshire East MSP Gillian Martin.
Industry boss says that the funding is only "a sticking plaster covering the losses of the last few weeks".
Jen Craig as will serve as regional chair for another two years.
The frequency of most services will be considerably reduced while continuing to cater for essential shopping trips and key workers to commute by bus.
Scotland, Scottish Land & Estates has said that targeted legislation to deal with dog attacks on livestock is a hugely welcome move.
Plans from the brewery to build a treatment plant at its site in Ellon have been granted by councillors.
Alan Wood takes up the role with immediate effect following the retirement of Stephen Archer in December.
North-east firms join the protest which aimed to highlight the continued issues being faced by exporters to the EU.