Aberdeen council chiefs are ready to launch a new logo - albeit one that looks very much like the last one.
The last Aberdeen-built ship has begun a new life on the front line of the fight against Somali pirates.
A lawyer representing a group of nuns under investigation by a national child abuse probe has been rapped by one of Scotland’s top judges for attempting to prevent the sisters from giving evidence.
Four new bus services will be launched in the city to help residents living in cut-off communities.
Globe-trotting Aberdeen council chiefs are considering trips as far afield as Qatar, Japan and Mexico as they look to boost the city’s international connections post-Brexit.
Fresh battle lines have been drawn between supporters and opponents of Aberdeen FC’s new stadium dream following the signing of an important contract to allow work to begin.
A former city council spin doctor was given a £63,000 golden goodbye when he left the authority last year.
Talks are being held with city council staff about job cuts after it emerged that bosses spent more than £311,000 on agency workers in just three months.
Recycled waste produced in Aberdeen travels as far as 608 miles to get fully processed after undergoing initial procedures in a new city facility, it has emerged.
Concerns were yesterday raised that a £3.2million pedestrianisation project in the heart of Aberdeen could suffer further setbacks due to resurfacing works on a neighbouring road.
Council chiefs have reached an agreement with grieving parents in a dispute over removing treasured mementos from children’s graves.
An Aberdeen MSP has called for local residents to have their say in proposals for a night-time pedestrianisation of several city centre streets.
Council chiefs are preparing plans to boost Aberdeen city centre’s population by more than 20% in less than 20 years time.
City centre retailers are celebrating the reopening of a major street after enduring months of losses.
Objectors to multimillion pound plans for the new Dons stadium have insisted they were forced to create a fake figurehead for their campaign group because of online abuse from supporters of the scheme.
A city council leader yesterday hailed a renowned street art festival as an event which could help Aberdeen recover from the oil and gas downturn by boosting culture and tourism.
A night-time ban on cars using several city streets popular with revellers have been given a boost - with council planners recommending that the proposals are given the green light.
A public consultation will be launched to consider raising city taxi fares by 5%.
An environmental body has objected to multi-million-pound housing plans at Aberdeen’s Rubislaw Quarry - while residents have raised concerns for the future of badgers on the site.
A jury has been urged to convict seven men of murdering Gary Clampett.
An Aberdeen health and care body will undertake a nation-wide headhunt after its two most senior staff members left in quick succession.
Fire engines in Aberdeen were once again out of action at the weekend, with the latest issues branded “very concerning” by an MSP.
Council chiefs have begun talks with parents to try to solve an ongoing dispute over mementos being left at an Aberdeen cemetery.
A murder accused has told a court he still has nightmares and “screams in his sleep” about a brawl that allegedly led to a north-east dad’s death.
The redevelopment of an historic Aberdeen mansion will be allowed to proceed as long as the remaining trees in its grounds are afforded protection.
A builder was last night in hospital in a “stable” condition following an industrial accident at an Aberdeen construction site.
An Aberdeen care body has been left without senior staff.
Colourful murals depicting leaping dolphins and ships at sea have been unveiled on the wall of an Aberdeen primary school.
A slip road on a main north-east route will close this Sunday night for five days for work to continue on the Aberdeen bypass.
Gamblers across the north and north-east have spent more than £114million in controversial casino-style gambling machines in bookmakers across the region in just eight years.
The search for an Aberdeen man swept out to sea off Madeira has been called off by police.
Transport chiefs are warning drivers to expect “significant delays” on a north-east road this weekend as work continues on the £745million Aberdeen bypass.