Aberdeen City Council officers have recommended that plans for a new £50million stadium should be approved.
Aberdeen City Council
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An ambitious heritage project for a medieval mound of earth in Aberdeen has been suspended - after it emerged council officers had not found out who owned an historic wall.
A primary school pupil was rushed to hospital after a large chunk of a playground mural collapsed on top of him.
Aberdeen FC manager Derek McInnes has branded the club’s facilities “embarrassing” as he urged city council planners to get behind the plans for a new £50million stadium.
Scottish ministers were last night under pressure to take “decisive action” to ensure Aberdeen’s £745million bypass is not derailed by the collapse of a key contractor.
The co-leader of the city council has called for cash from the Scottish Government to help fund cultural events.
A large mound of earth, held together with a crumbling wall and concrete cinder blocks isn’t what you typically think of as a scheduled ancient monument.
The man tasked with leading Aberdeen’s ambitious multi-million pound city centre “masterplan” has left the local authority and won’t be replaced, council chiefs confirmed last night.
A Scottish Government minister has raised funding hopes for Aberdeen International Youth Festival – and condemned an “inappropriate attack” on its organisers by an MSP.
Battle lines are being drawn ahead of the upcoming council budget, with the authority’s finance boss warning that “all low hanging fruit has been picked”.
Controversial London-style Low Emission Zones (LEZ) may not have to be introduced into Aberdeen-if council chiefs can achieve ambitious hydrogen targets in the next two years.
Shock new figures show that Highland Council has slashed its workforce by more than a fifth during the public sector spending squeeze – the largest cut in Scotland.
An influential group of MSPs has raised “significant” concerns about the roll-out and management of £2.2billion City Region Deals in Aberdeen, Inverness and Glasgow.
Plans to finally tackle years of accumulated grime from the front of an historic city centre church have taken a step forward.
A new date has been set for the long-awaited completion of Aberdeen’s Broad Street pedestrianisation scheme - as a political battle rages over whether to ban all vehicles from the road.
A union chief, who represents Aberdeen taxi drivers, has called for a council u-turn on granting a licence to the controversial Uber firm.
The charity regulator has launched a probe into the Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
Taxi service Uber has been granted a licence to operate in Aberdeen.
The deadline for people wishing to speak at a public meeting on proposals for Aberdeen FC’s new stadium has been extended.
One of the sure signs of the festive season being over came yesterday when Aberdeen’s Christmas Village was dismantled.
A £2.6million hydrogen vehicle refuelling station in Aberdeen is being vastly underutilised and falling short of its projected use.
Council chiefs have been accused of setting an “impossible deadline” for schools and care homes by telling them they must spend all their budget by this week.
A pioneering new funding model could be used to unlock hundreds of millions of pounds of investment in the Highlands and islands.
Aberdeen City Council has refused to reveal whether any councillors have been using their taxpayer-funded devices to watch pornography – claiming it is in the “public interest” to keep it secret.
Four new directors, with salaries totalling almost £500,000, have been appointed at Aberdeen City Council.
A final decision on Aberdeen FC’s £50million new stadium plans will be made at a special council meeting in January, it emerged yesterday.
Aberdeen council chiefs want to take over powers to set business rates from the Scottish Government.
Setting up a green Low Emission Zone in Aberdeen could cost up to £20million - despite the numbers of cars and lorries on city streets dropping by thousands in the past five years.
Sex shops in Aberdeen will have their licensing fees cut by hundreds of pounds after a decision by Aberdeen City Council’s licensing committee yesterday.
Scores of Aberdeen council sites are in line to be connected to super-fast broadband.