A hotel operator has revealed a £10million vision to transform a former hospital, designed by Archibald Simpson, into Aberdeen’s equivalent of Edinburgh’s Scotsman hotel.
Aberdeen council leaders have written to finance secretary Derek Mackay calling for the authority to retain £28million business rates.
Aberdeen’s embattled Depute Provost returned to his committee duties yesterday.
Several Aberdeen bars have been granted permission to open until 3am under a controversial new city licensing policy.
Effort to trace Aberdeen soldier who may helped capture Himmler leads to second tale of hellish POW camp
The family of an Aberdeen-born soldier who may have played a key role in the capture of notorious Nazi Heinrich Himmler has been traced.
An Aberdeen MSP has said that ambitious plans for a Scottish national investment bank have “enormous potential” to help revive the north-east’s economy.
Aberdeen Central MSP Kevin Stewart has written to ScotRail asking for additional train services to the Granite City to cater for fans attending the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost Barney Crockett is proving big in Japan - hitting the headlines in the Far East after signing a trade deal.
The SNP in Aberdeen has called for the city’s depute provost Alan Donnelly to be suspended from his party’s group, following allegations of sexual harassment.
Aberdeen councillors will next week outline their plan for eradicating homeless in the city within just five years.
Council roads bosses have said they need “more evidence” before proceeding with a plan to use recycled plastic to repair crumbling city streets and fill potholes.
Work has begun on a permanent memorial garden for families affected by the baby ashes scandal at Aberdeen’s Hazlehead crematorium.
Young birdwatchers across the north-east will be filling up feeders and turning their classrooms into observation positions for a charity campaign.
A top Tory councillor suspended by his own party amid a sexual harassment probe will remain a member of Aberdeen City Council’s administration group.
Several Aberdeen bars have applied for a licence to stay open until 3am under a new council scheme.
Aberdeen’s Christmas village attraction broke records last year- with 200,000 more people visiting than in 2017.
It was a chance encounter in the dying days of the Second World War that led to the capture of one of the highest-ranking and most infamous members of the Nazi regime.
Aberdeen’s popular “festival of light” Spectra will not be held this year- with the council “refreshing” plans for the event ahead of its return next year.
EXCLUSIVE: Leading Aberdeen councillor suspended from party as police investigate sexual harassment complaint
Aberdeen's depute lord provost is being investigated by police over an allegation of sexual harassment.
The number of environmentally friendly vehicles on Aberdeen’s streets has increased by 27% in a single year.
Council chiefs are being urged to build safety barriers over an iconic Aberdeen bridge as a “priority” ahead of a multi-million-pound planned revamp.
A new five-month study by Aberdeen academics will examine the impact Brexit is having on the mental health of EU nationals in the UK.
The future of a derelict but A-listed building, designed by Aberdeen’s most famous architect, has been questioned with a local councillor comparing it to a "rotten tooth".
It’s often thought that incarcerated criminals spend their time daydreaming about life without bars.
Historic monuments in Aberdeen should be “freshened up” to attract more tourists to the city centre, the council has been told.
Aberdeen is producing more waste than at any time in the last four years- despite its significant recycling efforts.
Council chiefs have been urged to use legal powers to buy a derelict arcade of “eyesore” Aberdeen shops ahead of a massive development of the area.
The granite which gives Aberdeen its nickname will be used as part of a £550,000 roads project in the heart of the city.
A man has been charged with murder following an incident at an Aberdeen high rise.
There was travel misery for hundreds of passengers as a spate of flights into and out of Aberdeen Airport were cancelled today.
Police have closed off a section of Aberdeen beach after a walker reported an "unexplained device" found in the sand.
A north-east road is blocked after a two car crash. A silver Vauxhall Zafira and a blue Audi A8 collided at around 11.35 on the A96 near Port Elphinstone. The road is partially blocked and some traffic is being diverted through Inverurie. It is understood there are no serious injuries.