A north-east tourist boss believes the opening of the new V&A museum in Dundee could lead to the creation of an “east coast arts scene” that will attract more visitors following a massive increase in cruise ship visitors.
More than 40 million attempts to break into Aberdeen council’s computer systems have been fought off in the past year - but a dozen made it through the net.
For almost two decades Aberdeen’s Muslim community has dreamed of creating a new place of worship in the city.
Concerns have been raised that office workers could be distracted by towering fairground rides erected as part of Aberdeen’s Christmas celebrations.
A community group has won a major victory in its battle to take over a historic Aberdeen school.
Councillors have certainly been reading their newspapers over the summer, with rows at yesterday’s meeting on the hot topics of Brexit and sexism.
Aberdeen council bosses have awarded nearly £130,000 to support the growth of community allotments.
More than a dozen Aberdeen playparks will be spruced up in the coming months after being awarded a share of £500,000.
A workman has died nearly two weeks after falling at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre .
Councillors will debate a potential £150 million Aberdeen city centre development today which could pave the way for more housing, shopping and leisure space.
A man has died following a fall at the £333million new TECA exhibition centre being built in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen council chiefs paid a Roman Catholic holy order more than £12million to buy a school and the bishop’s residence in the leafy west end of the city.
Aberdeen council bosses have paid out more than £360,000 in compensation over the baby ashes scandal at Hazlehead crematorium.
Councillors clashed yesterday over the future of services during a townhouse debate.
Plans are being drawn up to expand Aberdeen’s Christmas village attraction this year.
Investigations continue into allegations of the theft of machinery from Aberdeen City Council.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost has been blasted by a city MP for using his casting vote to back plans for a civic dinner to mark the 700th anniversary of the signing of a historic charter.
Strike action could hit ambulances across the north and north-east of Scotland after union bosses confirmed they will ballot staff over what they have called “scandalous” and “dangerously long” working hours.
A bold new six-part strategy aims to make north-east tourism a £1 billion industry in just five years.
A charter signed by a Scottish warrior king was at the centre of another battle yesterday - this time in Aberdeen’s council chamber.
A north-east MP whose constituency could be removed by massive new proposed boundary changes has said he does not detect a “huge appetite” for a shake-up.
A council pledge to splash £100 million on new schools in Aberdeen has come under fire with an opposition group claiming costs had “soared”.
A plaque honouring controversial Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi will be removed from an Aberdeen park and replaced with a new marker paying tribute to the struggles of the country’s citizens.
Severe traffic restrictions will be in place across several city centre streets this weekend as council chiefs aim to encourage residents to leave their cars at home.
City council chiefs have been told they must call a temporary halt to their controversial restructuring programme in the wake of a new report that shows spending on temporary workers is still vastly over budget.
Calls have been made for new tourist signage near one of Aberdeen’s most beloved city centre landmarks.
Three women who lived in Aberdeen’s notorious “shaking flats” have given council chiefs seven days to solve their claim for compensation - or face legal action.
Aberdeen City Libraries will host an event looking at the life of businessman and former Hamilton Academicals owner, the late Jan Stepek.
A former champion golfer is the latest sports star to swing into a growing row over the future of a former Aberdeen school.
An £80,000 project to attract more people into the city centre in the evening was approved by members of the operational resources committee yesterday.
Updated rules for the management of Aberdeen cemeteries, including access for dogs kept on a lead, have been approved to go out to consultation to the public.
An Aberdeen local community trust has become the new owners of the city’s Bonnymuir Bowling Green which it plans to turn into a sustainable market garden and cafe.