A historic Deeside landmark has been damaged - hours after reopening following extensive repairs.
Scottish residents should expect to see a rise in the number of daddy longlegs (also known as crane flies) this year, after millions of larvae were discovered underground.
Work is continuing to restore historic bridges in the Ballater area damaged by Storm Frank.
The annual Spring Clean Litter Pick has taken place in Banchory, organised by local voluntary group Bonnie Banchory.
A forum created to tackle the challenges and damage caused by invasive non-native plants in Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City has met for the first time.
Banchory residents are being urged to be part of this years’s Clean Up Scotland national campaign by helping out with the annual community litter pick in the town.
A Deeside estate has completed an upgrade of its paths.
Energy company TAQA has recently ‘adopted’ a popular mountain path on Deeside.
Residents are alarmed by a local authority move to end protection for a popular woodland in Banchory.
Two local councillors have volunteered as wildcat ‘champions’ for Aberdeenshire Council.
A project has been launched to improve footpaths in the Strathdon area.
Hillwalkers and people pursuing outdoor activities in the mountains are ebing warned by Police Scotland of the dangers that inclement weather and the terrain can present.
A local politician is urging HGV drivers to avoid using a historic Deeside landmark.
An MP has condemned fly-tippers in Aberdeenshire after reports from constituents about rubbish being illegally dumped.
Aberdeenshire residents are being asked to take part in the Big Recycling Challenge by giving their views on the council’s recycling and waste services to help recycle more materials and send less to landfill.
Wildlife experts and local people were left confused and at the same time excited after a collection of unusual deep-sea creatures washed up on an Aberdeenshire beach.
The Duke of Rothesay is continuing his efforts to help Ballater recover from damage to retail and tourism caused by flooding and fire.
A dig on Deeside has uncovered exciting new evidence of prehistoric Aberdeenshire.