An Aberdeen community stalwart has said saving a threatened Victorian school from demolition was his “proudest moment” as he steps down from the helm of the group.
Council chiefs will have to find an extra £132,000 to deliver new bus services in the Granite City, new private documents have revealed.
Multi-million pound plans for the future of Broad Street have been thrown into doubt after senior councillors said a fresh look should be given to making it entirely traffic-free.
New trainee train drivers have arrived in Aberdeen.
Scottish Labour’s leadership hopefuls must make their position clear on the “rogue” suspended Aberdeen councillors, the council’s SNP leader has said.
The Scottish Government has been accused of “failing Aberdeen” after it emerged hundreds of civil service jobs were heading to Dundee and Glasgow.
A former councillor at the centre of a row over public money being spent on repairs to a wall on his family’s land has blamed a “dirty tricks campaign” ahead of the publication of a tell-all report.
The firm behind the iconic lighting of the Syndey Opera House has been recruited to shine new light on some of the Granite City’s statues, civic spaces and landmark buildings.
A dispute between a union and the city council over dinner ladies allegedly handling cannabis lollipops in Aberdeen schools is set to go to the government’s arbitration service.
One of the Intercity 125s which is due to become part of the new high-speed fleet went on fire yesterday morning - just as Scotrail was preparing to unveil the new trains with a fanfare.
Let’s give two cheers for Abellio ScotRail’s introduction of 125s.
Rail bosses have been accused of treating north-east passengers as “second class citizens” as they unveiled their “new” high speed trains - which are decades old.
More than 2,700 people have signed a petition to Aberdeen’s Lord Provost calling on him to abandon a trade deal with a South Korean city due to the Asian country’s tradition of eating dogs.
The managing director of Sport Aberdeen has said he is “disheartened” and “alarmed” by the outcome of a wide-ranging business rates review.
The man in charge of a multimillion-pound pedestrianisation project in Aberdeen has revealed the work could continue until next summer.
Aberdeen airport should get a taste of the public money being pumped into rival transport hubs, the Scottish Conservatives said after finding it was getting no help.
The NHS in Scotland has carried out 14,000 fewer operations in Scotland this year - with the north-east health board accounting for nearly 4,000 of them.
Aberdeen residents were left wondering whether fowl play was involved after 19 farm birds were discovered on a city street.
Developers behind the contentious Marischal Square scheme in Aberdeen have claimed the major construction project has already generated tens of millions of pounds for the local economy.
Railway stations across the north and north-east will have new electric car charging points by the end of the year.
Environmental watchdogs have discovered sewage in a polluted Aberdeen waterway.
Police have launched a fresh appeal for information about a missing Aberdeen woman a month after her disappearance.
Ambitious plans to extend an Aberdeen shopping centre have taken a step forward.
Ambitious, multimillion-pound plans to create a “world-class” dolphin-watching centre in Aberdeen are set to be backed by the council.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen have refused to reveal the salary of the woman tasked with leading the £150million waste incinerator project.
The man set to lead Aberdeen’s public sporting body has admitted that investment in new facilities is not “on the horizon”.
A proposed cap on the number of homes of multiple occupancy (HMOs) in particular areas of Aberdeen should not be introduced, a council report has recommended.
Ambitious plans for a new rail link between Aberdeen Airport, the new AECC and the city centre have not been forgotten and could be funded through a second City Deal, the council leader has said.
A van has landed on its roof after coming off a north-east road earlier today.
A community council has called in the expertise of a scientist in a long-running row over a polluted Aberdeen waterway.
Bollards are being removed from a 14th century Aberdeen bridge ahead of a major running event.
The first step has been taken to a shared education system across the north of Scotland as councils face millions of pounds of looming cuts.