A community group has unveiled images showing how an unloved former school could look if the council transfers ownership of the building to its members.
Aberdeen City Council
Income from fees for council services in Aberdeen has almost trebled in four years as city residents are asked to plug the local authority’s funding gap.
Aberdeen Music Centre will launch a new programme of extracurricular lessons for school pupils at the start of the academic year.
A woman employed to protect the reputation of the city council has revealed that the authority is “bringing her down” in an online video.
Aberdeen’s council leaders have hailed the progress they have made since taking control of the city 12 months ago – despite facing a rocky road to gaining power in the townhouse.
A service will be held in Aberdeen on the 30th anniversary of the Piper Alpha disaster to commemorate the 167 victims.
A major business body has called for Aberdeen council chiefs to ditch plans for a “unwanted and regressive” tourist tax it believes will damage the city.
The number of children taking part in sports sessions at Aberdeen schools has rocketed by almost one-third over the last two years.
Aberdeen City Council is paying out more than £23,000 per day to put up residents in temporary accommodation - prompting calls for more affordable housing to be built.
A former chief executive of Aberdeen City Council has been chosen to spearhead a new Scottish Government drive to tackle plastic pollution.
Aberdeen’s chief social worker is leaving the city for a post in Edinburgh.
Pauline Gerrard had always thought that her fascination with graveyards made for a “lonely hobby”.
Union leaders claim stressed city council staff were working in a “pressure cooker” environment due to council cutbacks.
Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire councillors call for action on roads damaged by AWPR construction traffic
Councillors in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire have joined forces to call for their authorities to withhold AWPR cash until all damage to the road network has been repaired.
UK Digital Minister Matt Hancock yesterday accused the Scottish Government of wasting so much time on independence it had failed to get broadband into Scottish homes.
An extra £500,000 will be spent on battling potholes in Aberdeen over the next year.
Stressed Aberdeen City Council staff called in sick with a psychological illness 80 times in a single month
Stressed city council staff called in sick with psychological illness almost 80 times in just one month this year, leading unions to blame their struggles on local authority cutbacks.
Aberdeen council bosses could work with private developers to help them meet ambitious house building targets.
Aberdeen council leaders have refused to rule out outsourcing services following a heated debate yesterday.
Council chiefs will spend nearly half a million pounds upgrading and refurbishing play parks in the city.
Watch this video about the jobs and opportunities that will come to Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire as part of the city region deal.
Scores of people showed community spirit was alive and well in a north-east village as they mucked in with an annual litter pick.
Aberdeen City Council has approved a new 10-year strategy for culture.
More than £5 million of council tax owed to Aberdeen City Council went uncollected last year - but the authority says rates are improving.
Landowners around the city could be asked to build council homes on their land in a bid to tackle a waiting list of more than 4,000 people.
Aberdeen FC have been given the go-ahead to build their new stadium and training complex at Kingsford.
Aberdeen council chiefs have failed to spend more than half of a near £3 million pot designed to improve attainment at city schools.
A probe has been launched after a council van plunged through railings and crashed into an Aberdeen block of flats.
The number of applications made to a £100,000 project established in place of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival has shot up from just five last week to a “terrific” 30.
A near-200-year-old Aberdeen monument will be returned to its former glory as part of a £500,000 heritage scheme.
Anger as statistics reveal that 80% of dog fouling fines issued in the north-east have not been paid
The north-east’s councils have been accused of making dog fouling fines optional, with more than 80% of those handed out going unpaid.
Aberdeen council chiefs are ready to launch a new logo - albeit one that looks very much like the last one.