Proposals for affordable housing on green belt land in Kingswells have been approved in principle, despite recommendations they be rejected.
Aberdeen City Council
Councillors have launched another last-ditch attempt to stop eight Aberdeen high rises being given top protected status.
City councillors have been assured work to overhaul Provost Skene’s House will be completed by the end of this autumn.
Council bosses accuse heritage body of having ‘already made up their minds’ on A-listing for city tower blocks
Aberdeen’s top councillors have accused Historic Environment Scotland (HES) of already making their minds up about awarding protected status to eight city centre high rises – before the consultation has even ended.
Teachers at an Aberdeen school have been told to “have higher expectations” of what pupils can achieve in a critical inspection report.
Aberdeen City Council is proposing a ban for vehicles overnight on several streets in the west end of the city centre.
Transport bosses are looking at options for a new walking and cycling route between Westhill and Kingswells.
The businessman locked in a battle with a Canadian property giant over plans for Rubislaw Quarry has revealed that he held secret talks with the firm about working together.
Levels of air pollution on several Aberdeen streets are still "dangerously" high despite the opening of the AWPR reducing traffic in the city.
The number of call outs to needle-strewn streets in Aberdeen has decreased by 7% in a year.
With stress, depression and anxiety affecting 602,000 workers across the UK in 2019, Rebekah McVey decided to find out how mental health first aid training can help
Council workers have begun felling dozens of historic trees in Aberdeen’s Union Terrace Gardens as a multi-million-pound renovation of the park continues.
An Aberdeen teacher has been recognised for her work in promoting sustainable cotton school uniforms.
Traffic lights could be installed at an Aberdeen junction which has been blighted by accidents since it opened a year ago.
Councillors have backed plans to send 20 childcare workers on a fact-finding mission to Germany.
A special commemoration will be held in Aberdeen this month to honour the Granite City men who fought in the Spanish civil war.
Parents will be consulted on plans to rezone schools to ensure that there is enough space for children moving into a new 7,000 home development in Aberdeen.
Plans to create a new care home in the west of Aberdeen and 30 affordable houses in Kingswells face being knocked back by councillors.
Aberdeen health bosses have launched a new action plan with the aim of making the Granite City free of HIV in the next 10 years.
Fears that plans for 550-home Bridge of Don development will endanger children ‘crossing Aberdeen’s busiest road’
Children will have to cross some of Aberdeen’s "busiest roads" just to reach school should a new 550-home development be built in Bridge of Don, opponents of the scheme have argued.
Health staff have begun moving into Marischal College in a shake-up designed to "improve working relationships".
Community leaders have hit out after potholes reappeared on an Aberdeen road just months after it was repaired.
A disgraced Aberdeen councillor has been urged to resign from positions held in city charities and community centres.
Developers have pledged that new plans to build hundreds of homes at Rubislaw Quarry will create "significant economic benefits” for Aberdeen.
Motorists were warned to move their cars away from the River Dee as Storm Brendan continued to lash the region and caused the expanse to burst its banks yesterday.
A Bridge Of Don housing development could be the first in Scotland to be hydrogen-powered, if given the go-ahead by councillors.
A long-standing Aberdeen church has made a bid to demolish its former extension and create a replacement building.
Aberdeen councillors have been recommended to approve plans to send 20 staff members on a fact-finding mission to northern Germany.
Residents in Aberdeen’s west end are being urged to join their local community council- with eight seats currently vacant.
An Aberdeen city centre hotel could be converted into student flats under new proposals.
Residents should be “furious” that councils are being forced to spend tens of thousands of pounds cleaning up racist and xenophobic graffiti, a pressure group has said.
Postage bills for councils across the North and North East have dramatically dropped inthe past five years due to a shift to online working