A senior councillor is demanding answers after the local authority failed to live up to its promise to demolish an "unsafe" sports pavilion.
A community group with ambitious plans to renovate an A-listed Aberdeen building have called for ideas for future uses of its granite outbuildings.
Ancient churches, castles, historic hospitals, Victorian schoolhouses and former military control towers are among the hundreds of buildings deemed "at risk" across the north and north-east.
Large mechanical sweepers have hit the streets of Aberdeen to sweep up thousands of tonnes of leaves, as the weather begins to turn wintery.
The north-east’s top police officer has hailed an “unprecedented” drop in house-breakings and vehicle crime in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen City Council’s culture boss has admitted that the art gallery “fell short” in meeting the needs of disabled people prior to its multi-million-pound revamp.
A former north-east trade union leader has travelled across the Irish Sea to return to his homeland for a special talk.
The bobby on the beat with traditional pen, notepad and police radio has been a common scene for decades.
A north-east union boss has called for a change in the law after shock new statistics revealed the average shop worker is being abused, threatened or assaulted on average over 17 times a year.
A charity has won a legal battle over Aberdeen City Council after the authority overlooked its status and hammered it with an unfair tax.
NHS Grampian spent more than £16million hiring doctors from agencies to cover gaps in just one year, new figures have revealed.
Aberdeen harbour bosses have said “further investigation” would be needed before it could become a free port as suggested by Boris Johnson.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost has said his Glasgow counterpart left him "surprised" following the revelations she claimed £8,000 of public money on clothes and beauty products.
Aberdeen council bosses will travel to the capital this week to demand a shake-up in the way local authorities are funded.
The Church of Scotland is poised to sell off nearly half of Aberdeen's kirks, the Press and Journal can reveal today.
The transfer of miles of roads from the Scottish Government back to Aberdeen City Council could be “an opportunity” for lining the streets with flowers - a senior councillor has said.
Charity bosses have confirmed they will close an Aberdeen guest house set up to accommodate families of patients from Orkney and Shetland when their relatives are sick in hospital.
Ambitious plans have been submitted for dozens of new homes at a luxurious Aberdeenshire country house hotel.
Aberdeen council’s transport chief has insisted she is “confident” the city is prepared for the worst of the weather - with forecasters predicting a rough winter in the coming months.
Plans have been submitted for 80 new homes on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen City Council co-leader Jenny Laing has blamed the suspension of nine councillors from the Labour party for its recent poor showing in a high-profile double by-election.
A health and safety watchdog has been "in dialogue" with city council bosses after asbestos was found during the demolition of an Aberdeen school.
Plans have been unveiled to turn part of an Aberdeen hotel into flats.
A north-east teacher has described his job as “one of the most important roles in the country”- after new research revealed how influential teachers are considered to be on their pupils.
New images have revealed what could become of a deteriorating A-listed Aberdeen building- if enough money is raised.
It is the Scottish staple which is traditionally sipped slowly with little more than a cube of ice or dash of water added after being decanted out of a glass bottle.
Music legend Alice Cooper was far from "poison" to the ears of thousands of revellers as he brought his unique brand of rock to Aberdeen’s new multi-million-pound P&J Live arena.
A new £100,000 study will aim to create a new model for using hydrogen in Aberdeen.
Plans to extend an Aberdeen primary school have been lodged as part of efforts to meet tough Scottish Government childcare targets.
More than 90% of people support more walking, cycling and public transport in Aberdeen city centre, according to a major council-backed study.
A crackdown on gangsters using vulnerable people to store and move drugs in Aberdeen has been “particularly successful” this year, the region’s top police officer has said.
Social work bosses in Aberdeen have vowed to tackle cultural issues such as forced marriage as part of a new three-year child protection plan.