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.
An asset transfer request from Inverurie Scouts to take over land next to its base in the community has been granted by councillors.
Analysis of cases is being carried out as a move to Level 3 is considered as case numbers continue to rise in City and Shire.
Inverurie Academy has installed a new public access defibrillator thanks to fundraising and help from the north-east charity.
A supermarket retailer is kicking off the Christmas countdown in true Scottish style by unearthing a forgotten Scots phrase – daft days.
A survey of members of the Bailies of Bennachie has found that they value the work it carries out monitoring and working on the hillside.
A total of 87 cases were confirmed out of over 280 staff tested.
Members met in the Haughs for a celebration event which saw 16 Guides Bronze Awards made.
A project to revitalise Bridge Street in Banff has progressed after it was delayed by the coronavirus lockdown.
Garioch Heritage Society have been awarded £466,000 which will allow them to complete a community buy out of the premises at Garioch Heritage Centre.
Roads and transportation policies for the Aberdeenshire area have been approved by councillors.
Kintore Community Council has voiced concerns over changes which would see Thainstone and the Kirkwood Energy park move into the Inverurie's area.