Public anger in Aberdeen over the controversial Marischal Square development was identified as a factor in a major swing from Labour to the SNP.
The new West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine MP has insisted he will "work hard to represent everybody" in the constituency.
Aberdeen City Council could soon be staging by-elections in two wards after the surging SNP sent two local members to Westminster.
Newly-elected SNP MP Brendan O'Hara said he was "deeply humbled" after a runaway victory in the Argyll and Bute constituency.
Alex Salmond hailed an "off the scale" result in Scotland after the SNP won nearly every seat in the country.
Eilidh Whiteford said the result in Banff and Buchan was a signal that voters wanted to see "positive policies".
Labour's stranglehold on Westminster seats in Aberdeen has been broken by the SNP in a historic shift in power in the north-east.
The SNP appear on course to end Labour's stranglehold on Aberdeen in what would be a historic shift in power in the north-east.
A permanent memorial to commemorate Aberdeen's fishing industry could soon be erected in the city under plans led by the council.
The SNP remain on course for a near-sweep of Scottish seats in the general election, according to the latest "poll of polls" analysis.
Plans have been tabled for key infrastructure works to allow the first stage of a major development in the north of Aberdeen to take place.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson believes her party can increase its share of the vote to nearly half a million on Thursday.
Taxi drivers will begin passing a £1 drop-off charge at Aberdeen International Airport onto passengers from next month.
Aberdeen City Council has made significant improvements to its transport fleet after a dressing-down from traffic chiefs - but still faces "substantial" work to get the service up to scratch.
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A former first minister for Scotland has claimed that an SNP sweep of general election seats would be "very dangerous for democracy".
Owners of a Union Street shop have lost an appeal against an enforcement decision from Aberdeen City Council over illegal advertising.
The former chief fire officer in Grampian has backed the Liberal Democrat candidate in West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine (WAK) as the race for the marginal north-east seat heats up.
Motorists are facing a year-and-a-half of delays and disruption on a key Aberdeen commuter route - so a key stretch of the city's new bypass to be built.
Ground was broken yesterday on an £11million development to help meet the demand for new student accommodation in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen community stalwart who said he is a lifelong Labour voter has announced his backing for the SNP at the general election.
Plans have been tabled to build more than 100 homes on land at the north-east's biggest hospital complex as part of a drive to ease a public sector staffing crisis.
Liberal Democrats have accused their SNP opponents in the Gordon constituency of "rank complacency" and glossing over a growing crisis facing NHS Grampian.
Councillors in Aberdeen have backed plans to create a pavement cafe area outside a Union Street bakery.
Conservative chief whip Michael Gove yesterday defended his party's use of negative campaign tactics against the SNP - and insisted the Tory vote was growing north of the border.
A senior councillor in Aberdeen has defended the local authority's deer management policy after a petition calling for a halt to the practice was debated at the town house yesterday.
Ambitious plans for a multimillion-pound granite heritage centre in Aberdeen could be back on track after crunch talks in the city yesterday.