Councillors have backed plans to send 20 childcare workers on a fact-finding mission to Germany.
A special commemoration will be held in Aberdeen this month to honour the Granite City men who fought in the Spanish civil war.
Parents will be consulted on plans to rezone schools to ensure that there is enough space for children moving into a new 7,000 home development in Aberdeen.
An influential north-east business body has said members are divided over the proposed devolution of business rates to local councils.
Plans to create a new care home in the west of Aberdeen and 30 affordable houses in Kingswells face being knocked back by councillors.
Aberdeen health bosses have launched a new action plan with the aim of making the Granite City free of HIV in the next 10 years.
A Deeside dad has accused his insurers of taking too long to get him and his family back in their home following a devastating fire.
Fears that plans for 550-home Bridge of Don development will endanger children ‘crossing Aberdeen’s busiest road’
Children will have to cross some of Aberdeen’s "busiest roads" just to reach school should a new 550-home development be built in Bridge of Don, opponents of the scheme have argued.
Health staff have begun moving into Marischal College in a shake-up designed to "improve working relationships".
An Aberdeen medical practice will be run directly by health bosses after doctors expressed no interest in taking it over.
A disgraced Aberdeen councillor has been urged to resign from positions held in city charities and community centres.
Developers have pledged that new plans to build hundreds of homes at Rubislaw Quarry will create "significant economic benefits” for Aberdeen.
An Aberdeenshire primary school has received a mixed report from education watchdogs.
A long-standing Aberdeen church has made a bid to demolish its former extension and create a replacement building.
Aberdeen councillors have been recommended to approve plans to send 20 staff members on a fact-finding mission to northern Germany.
Sick thieves who have continued to target an Aberdeen war memorial to steal flowers have been described as “completely deplorable”.
Residents in Aberdeen’s west end are being urged to join their local community council- with eight seats currently vacant.
An Aberdeen city centre hotel could be converted into student flats under new proposals.
A large, engraved ceremonial sword, which honours the Queen, isn’t the first thing you might associate with a Lord Provost.
Plans to create a "major" new community to the south of Aberdeen have moved forward, with councillors due to discuss the scheme next week.
Struggling council tenants in Aberdeen owe the local authority nearly £7.5 million in rent- with a shake-up of benefits thought to be behind rising debt.
The man leading the march towards the Dons’ new Kingsford stadium dream has defended the club's efforts to change planning conditions attached to the £50 million project.
City council bosses are considering a shake-up of Aberdeen community centres.
An Aberdeen football coach has revealed the game helped her beat years of drug addiction.
Aberdeen council bosses have held talks with the influential traffic commissioner after a report on the city’s roadworks found many were overrunning.
Dons bosses have suggested shutting off a major north-east road to allow fans to disperse after games.
Developers behind ambitious proposals to build hundreds of new homes in an Aberdeen suburb say their vision will inject tens of millions into the local economy- if it is backed by councillors.
Tesco is looking to launch a new store on the Granite City’s main thoroughfare - amid a growing row about the nature of shops being opened on the street.
Herds of Aberdeen Angus bulls could soon be grazing 4,000 miles away in Central Asia.
Aberdeen Cycle Forum reveals plans to ‘reclaim the streets’ to encourage car-free zones in city centre
A cycling group has revealed plans to "reclaim the streets" by shutting down the city centre to cars this summer.
A former book shop in Aberdeen could become a pound shop on the city’s Union Street.
It is one of the Granite city’s most iconic buildings, looking out over Union Street from the Castlegate.