Furious publicans are fearing job losses, chaos in the streets and the "implosion" of Aberdeen’s nightclub industry if controversial plans to let pubs stay open to 3am are not rolled back.
Aberdeen city centre
Historic monuments in Aberdeen should be “freshened up” to attract more tourists to the city centre, the council has been told.
Almost half of the bars claiming to back a pioneering safety campaign are failing to protect their customers from unwanted advances, a Press and Journal investigation has revealed.
Police have expanded a successful scheme which has placed more bobbies on the beat in Aberdeen city centre and helped reduce violent crimes to "an all time low".
Police are investigating reports that a 20-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in Aberdeen.
A man who grabbed a young woman and tried to rob her in Aberdeen has been given the chance to address his problems.
Gardens in Aberdeen city centre have been sealed off following reports of an alleged assault in the early hours of this morning.
The historic headquarters of an Aberdeen university will undergo a £1.5million transformation into offices under new plans to revive the famous site.
More than £900,000 will be ploughed into bringing fresh life into Aberdeen city centre streets.
Union Terrace Gardens is to close for five weeks while pits and holes are dug ahead of a £20million revamp.
Have you ever dreamed of living in a period home, with the benefits of modern city life on your doorstep?
A street in Aberdeen city centre has been partially closed following a two vehicle crash.
Locals are being given their say on plans for a major expansion of a popular Aberdeen shopping centre.
Police are hunting for a man who attacked a woman in Aberdeen city centre at the weekend.
A derelict block of offices in Aberdeen could soon be transformed to pave way for "much sought after" homes in the city centre.
Traffic is slowing in several parts of Aberdeen city centre this morning after a bus broke down. The A944 Aberdeen City at Westburn Road is partially blocked. Traffic is nearly gridlocked at Argyll Place junction, because of a broken down bus. More to follow.
Motorists and bus passengers experienced delays in Aberdeen city centre this morning after a lorry became stuck on a busy road.
It has been the beating heart of Aberdeen for more than two centuries - but now many of the north-east's most influential figures believe Union Street needs an urgent "transfusion".
Taxpayers in Aberdeen could be asked to foot a bill of up to £3million to hire three new officials to oversee the city centre's regeneration.
Over 3,000 people have been fined for urinating in Aberdeen city centre in the last four years.
A new task-force could be formed next week to drive forward proposals to transform Aberdeen city centre.
A powerful watchdog has agreed to meet campaigners battling against Aberdeen’s controversial Marischal Square scheme to hear their concerns.
A trial to try to create a cafe culture in the centre of Aberdeen is to start next month.
A split has emerged in Aberdeen’s ruling council administration over plans to create a new civic square in the heart of the city.
Sixteen people have been charged following a police crackdown on retail crime in Aberdeen city centre.
The leaders of Aberdeenshire Council have given their backing to plans designed to breathe new life into the heart of Aberdeen.
Council chiefs who turned down Sir Ian Wood’s offer of £50million towards a transformation of Aberdeen city centre have said it would be “very nice” if he would invest in their own vision.
Councillors pledged to end the bickering and unite behind “Team Aberdeen” as they gave their unanimous backing to a raft of projects designed to revive the city centre.
The principal of Robert Gordon University has said that plans to revive Aberdeen city centre are "not perfect" but can make a “huge difference” if delivered correctly.
Council chiefs who controversially rejected Sir Ian Wood's £50million offer to transform Aberdeen city-centre could now seek talks with the billionaire businessman over funding for their own scheme.
The head of Aberdeen University has given his backing to plans to revitalise the city centre - and urged politicians to act with “urgency” to deliver the changes.
The leader of Aberdeen’s council has backed a 20-year vision to revive the city centre – despite concerns that it is totally dependent on government funding.