A councillor has expressed safety concerns over a newly part-pedestrianised Aberdeen area.
An action plan for Aberdeen’s old streets should be put in place by council chiefs, a city MSP has urged.
An information watchdog has launched a probe into a data breach at Aberdeen City Council, which resulted in hundreds of confidential tax forms being sent to the wrong employees.
An Aberdeen golf course is to close to the public until April 2019 to allow it to recover from the damage caused by repeated flooding.
New scaled-down plans to transform a former Aberdeen private school into a hotel have been revealed.
The legacy of Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper will live on - with a permanent memorial now established nearly 300 miles away from his hometown.
Donald Trump’s son and business successor jetted into the north-east yesterday - and slammed “shallow” critics including the First Minister.
Scores of empty bottles and cans, burnt-out tyres and even a dismembered caravan have been dumped at an Aberdeen beauty spot.
An Aberdeen MSP has called on the Scottish Government to support the redevelopment of a city hospital.
An Aberdeen hotel has won a top award for hygiene.
A council blunder which resulted in historic Aberdeen cassies being tarred over could “sett” back the city council more than £100,000, it has emerged.
A major data breach at Aberdeen City Council has resulted in hundreds of confidential tax forms being sent to the wrong employees.
A new document has revealed details of attacks on students and investigations into drug-taking at a north east university.
An internal report prepared by Aberdeen University has revealed that a student was trapped in a lift for nearly four hours during a high-profile student occupation.
Aberdeen council chiefs are considering a review of the city’s taxi plate system after allegations of widespread “renting” to bypass the rules.
More than a quarter of Aberdeen University’s campus is in need of major repair - with international students holding the key to further development.
Scottish Government chiefs still cannot confirm the final opening date for the Aberdeen bypass - leading to claims city residents are losing patience.
There will be at least three weeks of disruption in Aberdeen’s city centre as new gas lines are laid.
A fire has broken out in Elgin. Details are still emerging although it is thought to be a scrapyard on fire. A fire service spokeswoman said she could not give details at this time. More to follow.
Fire crews have extinguished a car on fire in Aberdeen. A hose reel jet was used on the Land Rover after crews were called at 12.22 to the Tower View area of Peterculter today. They spent just under 20 minutes fighting the fire.
A man was arrested after a seven-hour stand-off with armed police in Aberdeen.
Trade unionists will protest outside Donald Trump’s north-east course on the day he visits the UK.
A national heritage body has backed the redevelopment of Aberdeen’s historic Broadford Works - but has expressed concerns over the demolition of the iconic grey mill.
Aberdeen council chiefs have completed a £13 million council housing scheme in the city.
A spectacular collection of supercars from across the country will converge on the north-east this weekend to raise funds for a local cancer support charity.
Council chiefs have called for clarity on when work on the long-awaited Haudagain bypass will begin.
An Aberdeen MSP has called on a major supermarket chain to continue a “vital” bus service amidst plans to axe it due to falling passenger numbers.
Gangsters hailing from the Liverpool area are behind most of the north-east’s organised crime, the region’s top police officer said yesterday.
A former Aberdeen restaurant is set to be reborn as a 1920s-themed “prohibition era” drinking spot - despite objections from the police and NHS.
National Labour bosses have put the suspension of nine Aberdeen councillors on further hold - with the group now expected to make a final plea in person to a powerful party committee.
Contractors have been invited to bid for the job of regenerating Union Terrace Gardens (UTG) in Aberdeen.
A two-minute silence was held at the opening of yesterday’s full city council meeting in honour of former Lord Provost Jim Wyness who has died aged 85.