Shocking new data has revealed 13 Aberdeen locations with illegal levels of toxic and potentially deadly Nitrogen Dioxide pollution.
North-east art students have had their locally inspired work displayed at the new multi-million pound V&A design museum in Dundee.
An Aberdeen councillor has hit out at criticism of public sector pension investment in arms companies as “ill-informed”.
Kazakhstan’s ambassador to the UK arrived in Aberdeen yesterday - and pledged to “enhance” relationships ahead of Brexit.
An Aberdeen minister who was robbed of hundreds of pounds as he held a Remembrance Sunday service has turned the other cheek and forgiven the thief.
An Aberdeen minister has called for a Pakistani Christian woman, who faces the death penalty in her homeland, to be offered asylum in the UK.
An Aberdeen city centre business chief has praised the safety record of the area after a new report found it still had the most crimes in the city.
Craft beer firm Brewdog will open their third Aberdeen bar today.
A pension pot for north-east council workers has nearly £15 million invested in arms companies, it has emerged.
The centre of Aberdeen is the most crime ravaged area in the Granite City, a new report has revealed.
An Aberdeen MSP has welcomed a government u-turn over maximum stakes at controversial betting machines.
Ambitious plans for £19 million of new health facilities for the north of Aberdeen have taken a step forward.
A new policy which will allow Aberdeen pubs to open until 3am on weekends have been hailed as “trailblazing”.
The owners of a soon to be opened gin distillery in the city have praised a council decision to give them a license - despite health concerns raised by the NHS.
A stretch of industrial estate has been identified as the “missing link” in one of the city’s popular cycle paths.
Parents at an Aberdeen school have raised fears that their children will be left in a crumbling building while a replacement is built.
Frustrated taxi drivers in Aberdeen are still being denied access through a controversial city bus gate - despite the authority granting permission in principle more than a year ago.
A new approach to providing community healthcare for Aberdeen’s ageing and expanding population will be detailed by health chiefs today.
Residents of an Aberdeen street have called for council chiefs to improve local roads - claiming lives could be lost as the area expands.
A long-awaited school for a developing new town on the outskirts of Aberdeen will be built in three years’ time, it emerged yesterday.
A fisherman who claims a specially protected loch in Aberdeen has been polluted by AWPR construction has been robbed of his findings in a mysterious raid.
Aberdeen opposition leaders have criticised the ruling administration for failing to get in gear with a proposed city bike hire scheme.
It may still be November but city council chiefs are busy preparing for Christmas.
A controversial council licensing plan to allow some pubs to open until 3am has come under fire - from the authority’s own co-leader.
Bagpipers across the globe will play to honour the fallen at this year’s Armistice commemoration.
Stunning photographs documenting the often-tough lives of north-east fishermen have been unveiled in Aberdeen.
Controversial plans to allow some Aberdeen pubs to open until 3am have moved a step closer.
Aberdeen Football Club bosses have confirmed they are setting aside an extra million pounds to complete their training facilities at the new Kingsford Stadium.
Residents of a city centre community have raised concerns that drugs are being sold openly - and police are taking “no action”.
The public will be asked for their views on the future of a historic Aberdeen Catholic school.
Organisers of Aberdeen’s celebrated street art festival have issued a ‘call for walls’ for next year’s event.
An Aberdeen MSP has accused the city’s council leaders of “woeful politicking” over an announcement to end primary one testing in the city.