Aberdeen council chiefs are laying the road to allow motorcyles to drive in city bus lanes - after nearly 20 years of campaigning by bikers.
Dons stadium supporters and objectors clashed for the final time yesterday as a long-awaited decision on the multimillion pound project looms.
An ambitious heritage project for a medieval mound of earth in Aberdeen has been suspended - after it emerged council officers had not found out who owned an historic wall.
Council chiefs will ask for millions of pounds from the Scottish Government to pay for the relocation of tenants from Aberdeen’s Middlefield triangle area.
An Aberdeenshire hostel has become the region’s first to be granted a top award from a national tourism body.
Council chiefs will urge both UK and Scottish governments to put a new multi-million pound bridge over the River Dee at the heart of any new city deal.
Finance secretary Derek Mackay has insisted the Scottish Government treats local government “very fairly” as he was grilled by MSPs in Aberdeen yesterday.
Here are the Highland League results from today’s fixtures: Fort William FC 1 v 9 Forres Mechanics FC Huntly 1 v 2 Buckie Thistle FC Inverurie Loco Works FC 2 v 2 Fraserburgh FC Lossiemouth FC 0 v 6 Formartine United FC Turriff United FC 0 v 4 Cove Rangers Wick Academy 2 v 0 Keith Clachnacuddin v Brora Rangers, Nairn County v Rothes and Strathspey Thistle v Deveronvale were all postponed due to frozen pitches.
Police have appealed for information following a north-east house break-in where two cars were stolen.
A large mound of earth, held together with a crumbling wall and concrete cinder blocks isn’t what you typically think of as a scheduled ancient monument.
A Holyrood committee will visit Aberdeen on Monday to discuss the impact of Brexit on the north-east.
Dons fans would have to travel to Dundee to see their team play in European matches if the proposed £50million stadium does not go ahead, council officers have said.
The man tasked with leading Aberdeen’s ambitious multi-million pound city centre “masterplan” has left the local authority and won’t be replaced, council chiefs confirmed last night.
Aberdeenshire Council has renewed its objection to a proposed multimillion pound new stadium for Aberdeen FC.
Battle lines are being drawn ahead of the upcoming council budget, with the authority’s finance boss warning that “all low hanging fruit has been picked”.
Shops could shape the future of the ‘Middlefield triangle’ site after private developers showed “no interest” in turning the area into housing.
Controversial London-style Low Emission Zones (LEZ) may not have to be introduced into Aberdeen-if council chiefs can achieve ambitious hydrogen targets in the next two years.
Moray Council’s advertising spend on teacher vacancies has plummeted - despite the ongoing recruitment crisis.
A new date has been set for the long-awaited completion of Aberdeen’s Broad Street pedestrianisation scheme - as a political battle rages over whether to ban all vehicles from the road.
A union chief, who represents Aberdeen taxi drivers, has called for a council u-turn on granting a licence to the controversial Uber firm.
The charity regulator has launched a probe into the Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
A pensioner found dead in Aberdeen was last night described as “a lovely guy” by heartbroken neighbours, as police charged a woman in connection with his death.
Taxi service Uber has been granted a licence to operate in Aberdeen.
Horrified eyewitnesses have described a series of “frightening” shed fires that ripped through a quiet Aberdeen suburb, forcing one family to evacuate.
Historic artefacts giving an fresh insight into the city’s highest ceremonial office have been revealed.
Nearly 1,400 pupils - some as young as five - have been excluded from schools across Aberdeenshire for assaulting other children and staff in just five years - with more than 100 weapons involved.
An intrepid north-east father and son had a Christmas day unlike any other the pair had experienced - free falling 15,000ft through the Portugese sky at 120mph.
The north-east’s flagship hospital has been placed on “code red” after a surge of flu patients stretched NHS Grampian to the limit.
A prominent Aberdeenshire businessman and community stalwart has found himself at the centre of a major row over offensive online comments about gypsies, gay people and refugees.
A final decision on Aberdeen FC’s £50million new stadium plans will be made at a special council meeting in January, it emerged yesterday.
Aberdeen council chiefs want to take over powers to set business rates from the Scottish Government.
An army of more than 250 teachers have left the profession in Aberdeen in the last year - as bullying and grievance complaints hit a three-year high.