Council co-leader Jenny Laing has said the authority had shown “clear failure” on the Wellington Brae repair scandal on the eve of a crunch meeting into the issue.
Plans to create a new cinema in the centre of Aberdeen have taken a step forward, with work on the complex poised to begin within months.
Aberdeen City Council is facing calls to improve safety on a narrow road after a woman was struck by a passing van and left with torn shoulder muscles.
Construction has begun on a glass mosaic which will become a mainstay of the Duthie Park for generations to come.
An Aberdeen play park has been reopened after receiving a £20,000 upgrade to encourage more children to have fun outdoors.
A mothballed Aberdeen landmark could be put up for sale because residents have struggled to raise the cash to revive it.
Releasing balloons and flying lanterns on Aberdeen City Council property could be banned if a new policy is approved next week.
A new anti-knife crime policy has been introduced in Aberdeen after the fatal stabbing of schoolboy Bailey Gwynne.
Plans to bring the Tall Ships race back to Aberdeen have been sunk after harbour officials ruled out the idea.
Members of the public, who are attending a hearing on the proposed new stadium for Aberdeen FC, at Aberdeen City Council today will have their bags searched.
A vulnerable pupil, with special needs, managed to get out of an Aberdeen primary school this week, sparking anger at the council’s lack of action to erect a long-awaited fence.
Parents of children as young as four will be told to sign letters pledging to educate their kids on the dangers of taking knives to school in Aberdeen.
Up to 600 taxi drivers in Aberdeen could be forced to spend tens of thousands of pounds ensuring wheelchair users can use their cabs.
A promotional 3D fly-through of the new £333million AECC has revealed what the development will look like inside and out.
The former music tutor of pop legend Annie Lennox has accused council officers of “ignoring tradition and history” as the fight escalates to save extracurricular lessons at Aberdeen Music Centre.
Aberdeen city centre businesses have demanded answers over delays to a £3.2million scheme to pedestrianise Broad Street, which is expected to continue into 2018.
Credit and debit card holders in Aberdeenshire are being urged to take advantage of a new scheme aimed at protecting them from fraudsters.
An Aberdeen school, left behind by changes to the education system, now faces permanent closure.
A campaign group opposing the construction of a proposed new stadium for Aberdeen Football Club at Kingsford met last night and agreed to stage a protest when city councillors carry out a site visit later this month.
An environmental research group has applied for permission to chop down five trees on its grounds.
North-east councillors have dismissed concerns that education chiefs in Aberdeenshire have spent close to £40,000 a year sending seven pupils to the city to study Gaelic.
Aberdeen residents whose homes will soon be torn down to ease congestion at a notorious roundabout have narrowly backed plans to replace the buildings with only shops and greenery.
The Granite City glistened as the sun shone on thousands of people taking part in the first ever Great Aberdeen Run yesterday.
Councillors have said they will stand by their word and back a £350million expansion of Aberdeen harbour with a chunk of taxpayers’ cash.
Ambitious plans to extend an Aberdeen shopping centre have taken a step forward.
A massive restructuring of Aberdeen City Council has been narrowly approved – but council bosses would not rule out any front-line job cuts in the future.
A north-east planning chief has warned investing £5.5million in the expansion of Aberdeen Harbour will take business away from its own ports.
A major city centre road, which is undergoing a multimillion-pound pedestrianisation project, will be temporarily reopened this week for the inaugural Great Aberdeen Run.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen have refused to reveal the salary of the woman tasked with leading the £150million waste incinerator project.
The first step has been taken to a shared education system across the north of Scotland as councils face millions of pounds of looming cuts.
The owner of an Aberdeen pub hailed as the “Rovers Return of its neighbourhood” is pressing ahead with plans to replace its lounge with a block of student flats.
Granite City residents fear that its centre risks losing its sparkle due to “huge splodges” of tarmac which have been laid in place of paving stones following repairs.