A family fun event which was cancelled by Aberdeen City Council at the last minute has cost the public purse more than £18,000.
Aberdeen City Council
It sounds like something from The Twilight Zone.
A city businessman is calling on drivers to slow down when travelling along a busy road.
North-east woman said she couldn’t rely on new husband after fraudulently claiming more than £17,000 in benefits
A north-east woman yesterday told a court she’d fraudulently claimed more than £17,000 in benefits because couldn’t rely on her new husband and thought it would be useful to be independently wealthy.
New figures have revealed that fewer people have been killed or injured in road accidents across the north and north-east of Scotland.
Fresh calls have been made to ban vehicles from a partly-pedestrianised Aberdeen street after a video emerged showing a bus creeping up behind an oblivious young woman.
Aberdeen French school should be taken over by the council, according to city councillor Martin Greig
An Aberdeen school for the French children should be taken over by the local authority, a councillor has said.
A religious group accused of distributing homophobic leaflets will continue using an Aberdeen school as its base despite equality campaigners calling for members to be banned.
Nicola Sturgeon has signalled that the Scottish Government could perform a U-turn and grant councils the power to levy a “tourist tax”.
The controversial restructuring of Aberdeen City Council has been hailed as “bold and forward looking” by the authors of an independent report.
Teachers in Aberdeen have taken more than 700 days off due to stress in the space of a year.
Concerns have been raised after new figures exposed a “vast disparity” in the number of classroom assistants in schools across Scotland.
A disused Aberdeen City Council depot has been handed over to a support group which is looking to expand its activities.
North and north-east teachers are being attacked on a daily basis with weapons including BB guns, saws and classroom furniture.
A historic piece of Aberdeen’s industrial heritage will be substantially demolished after approval following council meeting.
Council leaders in Aberdeen are investigating ways to scrap controversial primary one tests.
Councillors have certainly been reading their newspapers over the summer, with rows at yesterday’s meeting on the hot topics of Brexit and sexism.
The site of a former primary school in Aberdeen is set to be redeveloped for new affordable homes and community facilities after it was marketed for sale.
A workman has died nearly two weeks after falling at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre .
Frustrated residents are being left on hold for up to an hour to report urgent public health hazards, road defects and housing repairs.
Aberdeen council chiefs paid a Roman Catholic holy order more than £12million to buy a school and the bishop’s residence in the leafy west end of the city.
Aberdeen council bosses have paid out more than £360,000 in compensation over the baby ashes scandal at Hazlehead crematorium.
Councillors clashed yesterday over the future of services during a townhouse debate.
Investigations continue into allegations of the theft of machinery from Aberdeen City Council.
A charter signed by a Scottish warrior king was at the centre of another battle yesterday - this time in Aberdeen’s council chamber.
A council pledge to splash £100 million on new schools in Aberdeen has come under fire with an opposition group claiming costs had “soared”.
City council chiefs have been told they must call a temporary halt to their controversial restructuring programme in the wake of a new report that shows spending on temporary workers is still vastly over budget.
City councillors are preparing to make one of the local authority’s largest-ever investments in Aberdeen’s school estate.
Eagle-eyed volunteers could be trained to wield speed guns and spot dangerous drivers by police in Aberdeen.
Three women who lived in Aberdeen’s notorious “shaking flats” have given council chiefs seven days to solve their claim for compensation - or face legal action.
An £80,000 project to attract more people into the city centre in the evening was approved by members of the operational resources committee yesterday.
The city council has vowed to review its efforts in providing support for children and young people in need of mental health services.