More than 11,000 tonnes of salt has been stockpiled as the city council prepares to keep roads clear for a severe winter.
Aberdeen council chiefs have started a hearts and minds campaign to win round staff to the “council of the future” model as the authority looks to slash £125million from its budget in the next five years.
Council education chiefs are recommending that an Aberdeen Catholic school is moved from its long-term home to a new site.
A controversial controlled parking zone (CPZ) is set to be extended,
Businesses faced closure and councillors were “misled” by the “disastrous” rollout of new bins in Aberdeen, the council’s infrastructure committee heard yesterday.
Aberdeen councillors have voted to allow taxis to use a controversial city bus gate - and to consider reducing the speed limit there to 20mph.
Jobs in cleaning and catering are in the firing line as Aberdeen City Council looks to slash a major budget by more than half as part of a cost-cutting drive.
Another Aberdeen city centre street has been targeted as part of the council’s nine-month “deep clean” of the area.
A teenager has been charged after allegedly sending a chilling picture of a fake gun with a threatening message attached over social media.
Aberdonians were ‘poised’ with their cameras yesterday as part of a £107million Marischal Square development was opened to the public to showcase the new sculpture by Falkirk Kelpies creator Andy Scott.
A flagship key worker housing project in Aberdeen has failed to let nearly half the available flats.
City council bosses are “borrowing” refuse workers from neighbouring Aberdeenshire to plug staff gaps during the roll-out of new bins.
Aberdeen will host its inaugural gay pride parade next summer.
Heaven knows meat lovers will be miserable at the upcoming Morrissey concert in Aberdeen- as the former Smiths front man has banned burgers from his show.
The family of a young mum who was told she may die by medics following a catastrophic stroke has urged people to be more aware of the warning signs.
Aberdeen’s SNP leader has again called on Scottish Labour leadership contenders to make clear what the fate of the suspended Aberdeen councillors will be.
Aberdeen Football Club hopes to have its new multi-million pound stadium dream approved in time for Christmas.
The UK government has written to Aberdeen City Council suggesting the vast majority of Universal Credit applications have been paid on time.
Fewer people are being injured in fires, new figures show.
A French Aberdeen councillor has spoken of his fears for fellow EU citizens living in the UK as Brexit approaches.
Aberdeen is facing a care timebomb with most carers aged over 50 and facing retirement, according to a new report.
The creator of the world-renowned Kelpies unveiled his latest labour of love in Aberdeen yesterday – a giant steel leopard.
Services are likely to be hit as health and social care chiefs across the north-east face a black hole in their budgets of nearly £7million, new reports have warned.
Scotland’s first hydrogen-powered taxi is to start a one-year trial in Aberdeen.
Dangerous weapons have been seized from Aberdeen school pupils at the rate of two per month, shock new figures have revealed.
Aberdeen has been hailed as one of Britain’s “smartest cities” in a new survey.
A new “major” piece of public art in the city-centre Marischal Square development was teased by the developers.
A final decision on a long-running legal battle between the Queen’s cousin and two north-east councils over millions of pounds of developer contributions is set to be made at the country’s highest court this week.
A Saturday school in Aberdeen that has taught more than a thousand Polish children about their own language, history and culture hundreds of miles from their native land has celebrated its tenth anniversary.
Council workers have been warned to reduce their postage costs - after cash-strapped Aberdeen blew its annual budget by thousands of pounds in just seven months.
Recycling rates have soared by a quarter since the roll out of new bins in Aberdeen it was revealed yesterday, as a new £27million waste facility opened.
A double-decker bus has collided with a bridge in Aberdeen, closing a busy road.