Aberdeen councillors have been asked to support another vote on leaving the EU.
Aberdeen City Council
New figures have revealed that alcohol abuse costs Aberdeen about £120million a year.
A social worker has been thrown out of the profession after he failed to protect a child
A social worker has been thrown out of the profession after he failed to protect a child who was "being allowed to visit a crack den with their father."
Aberdeen council bosses to request more funds from Scottish Government if proposed healthy eating rules are enforced
Aberdeen council bosses will write to the Scottish Government requesting more funds if proposed new healthy eating rules are enforced.
More than 300 European workers have quit their jobs at Aberdeen City Council since the Brexit vote, shock new figures have shown.
Local authorities will struggle to enforce new proposed healthy eating rules without “additional resources”, a new Aberdeen council report has said.
Aberdeen City Council is to review taxpayer-funded travel and accommodation spending in the wake of revelations about hotel claims by its chief executive.
Tenants moving into a block of flats dubbed “shaky” have been offered advice on when to use washing machines and how to position furniture to reduce the chance of their properties vibrating.
Shocking new figures reveal teacher support staff in schools across Aberdeen are crumbling under the pressure of growing work-loads.
More than 800 police cars have been caught going through a bus gate in three months - prompting concerns it is being used as a shortcut to its HQ.
Struggling fundraisers have had to turn to Aberdeen City Council for a multi-million-pound loan to fill the black hole in the Music Hall budget.
They might both serve as Aberdeen councillors.
The precarious state of Aberdeen City Council's barren finances has been laid bare in a new report which identifies the authority as having the largest increase in net debt in the country over the past year.
Movie enthusiasts in Aberdeen have launched the city's first ever film festival organised by - and targeted at - young people.
Aberdeen City Council has been forced to spend thousands of pounds on repairing acts of vandalism at bus stops.
An Aberdeen councillor provoked outrage yesterday after saying people were “sick fed up with Brexit”.
A north-east charity has secured funding to make sure that every child in Aberdeen will learn how to ride a bike.
Council house tenants are being pushed further into debt “to the point of despair” by changes to their benefits, according to a leading charity.
The preferred location for Aberdeen’s second Cruyff Court has been announced – with the Tullos area scoring the £300,000 community facility.
Christmas arrived early in Aberdeen last night with the switch-on of the city's Castlegate tree and grand opening of the its “biggest and best” festive village so far.
Culture bosses have kicked off the season with their biggest and best Aberdeen Christmas Village so far.
Redeveloping the Victorian park has been on the political agenda for more than a decade.
City council chiefs have not objected to a cost limiting bid by Kingsford campaigners that could potentially cost the taxpayer.
The long-awaited redevelopment of Aberdeen's Union Terrace Gardens is again in doubt after it emerged council chiefs are still searching for a firm to undertake the work.
Organisations from around Aberdeen have been commended for their efforts to help the environment.
The top council official in Aberdeen has been asking taxpayers to pay thousands of pounds so she can routinely stay overnight in city hotels, it can be revealed.
Inspectors have criticised Aberdeen City Council for leaving a suburb without a “clear sense of direction”.
Shocking new data has revealed 13 Aberdeen locations with illegal levels of toxic and potentially deadly Nitrogen Dioxide pollution.
Dozens of care staff and workers have been enrolled on a new training scheme to show them the best ways to build relationships with children.
Standards have slipped at a city council-run nursery with its quality of staff branded “weak” by inspectors.
Collapsed ceilings, leaking roofs and falling fences have been recorded among 19 safety failings at north and north-east schools in the last two years.