Aberdeen’s Lady Provost will fight to win a city Westminster seat for Labour - competing against three of the city's councillors.
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A potential shake-up of school holidays in Aberdeen should be shelved for the next five years, council education bosses have recommended.
Thousands turned out for a stunning fireworks display on the Beach Boulevard in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen City Council co-leader’s twitter page has mysteriously vanished - just a day after being selected as the Conservative candidate to replace Ross Thomson in Aberdeen South.
An Aberdeen councillor has raised concerns new energy efficient street lights are leaving residents in the dark.
Thousands of people are expected to attend a fireworks display at the city's beach this evening.
City council gives Peacock Visual Arts grant of more than £30,000 – after slashing its funding earlier in year
Aberdeen council bosses have given thousands in funding to a city charity - after cutting their budget earlier this year.
Parts of Aberdeen's oldest hospital will be demolished within weeks as £10 million plans to transform it into a hotel begin.
After a four-year closure, the Aberdeen Art Gallery reopened to the public with crowds lining up for the special occasion.
What a fabulous day for The Arts! I’m sure you will be in attendance at today’s grand reopening of Aberdeen Art Gallery.
‘Nicola Sturgeon must apologise to people of Aberdeen over art gallery claims’ – council co-leader demands
Aberdeen council’s co-leader has demanded the First Minister “apologise” to the city’s residents as a bitter row over the funding of the multi-million pound art gallery renovation deepened.
A former Aberdeen office block could be demolished and turned into up to 140 flats by next year.
Aberdeen council bosses are still settling the final bill with contractors for the multi-million-pound city art gallery renovation.
A planned Aberdeen waste incinerator would be built on the same city site even if the council backed out of the deal, councillors heard yesterday.
Aberdeen City Council has launched a hunt for a firm or charity to run a new cycle hire scheme.
A new footbridge across a scenic section of the River Don in Aberdeen has opened to the public.
113-year-old paper doily celebrating Marischal College opening makes it back to Aberdeen – from Thailand
They are normally thought of as mere paper mats and commonly thrown away with household rubbish after serving their purpose.
Aberdeen councillors have unanimously backed a 7% increase in taxi fares in the city.
A group of Aberdeen residents are still waiting to find out if they will be forced to leave their homes.
History chiefs have said the potential heritage status of “brutalist” blocks of flats in Aberdeen would not prevent residents from making changes to their homes.
A £35million project to transform Aberdeen Art Gallery has been hailed as a way of boosting tourism and making "Aberdonians fall in love" with the city once more.
Opening of the redeveloped Aberdeen Art Gallery will take place this Saturday but here is your chance to catch a first glimpse.
School children are being given the chance to name 10 main road gritters as part of a new competition.
Hundreds of gravestones in Aberdeen are in need of repair, newly-released information has shown.
A senior Aberdeen politician has said he is “thankful” but “surprised” after kind-hearted city residents began leaving donations of clothes for him.
A man has admitted deliberately setting fire to his flat – costing the city council £12,600 in damages.
A giant Aberdeen office block could be turned into 140 new homes as part of a “major” development for the city centre.
It's not exactly a lightbulb moment, but Aberdeen City Council has taken to Youtube to illuminate its tenants – and cut down on maintenance staff being called out for “easy tasks”.
A former Aberdeen care home could be turned into more than 40 flats if councillors back the scheme next week.
Major new expansion plans for an Aberdeen cinema could mean the arrival a new Imax screen seating more than 400 filmgoers - the first of its type in the north-east.
Organisers of the Christmas Village have revealed how they plan to tee-off the festive spirit in style.
Aberdeen council’s co-leader has said introducing a tourist tax in the city is vital if services are to be protected.