A bus crashed into a shelter in the centre of Aberdeen yesterday afternoon and sent thick shards of broken glass onto the pavement.
Aberdeen City Council
Aberdeen City Council chiefs will invest more than £40million into building new council housing in the coming year- and buying back former local authority properties.
Business leaders have criticised the “regrettable” decision to cut hundreds of thousands of pounds from Visit Aberdeenshire which they believe could leave the hospitality sector “crippled”.
A bus has crashed into a shelter in the centre of Aberdeen this afternoon and sent thick shards of broken glass onto the pavement.
Council tax, parking charges and recycling fees to go up in Aberdeen as major organisations also take funding hit
Council tax in Aberdeen will go up by 4.5%, parking charges will be increased by up to 14% and a new brown bin charge introduced to save the local authority more than £41million.
A number of charges will be increased alongside the 4.5% council tax hike and new £30 brown bin charge.
A city councillor called on the ruling administration to ditch the £25 million Union Terrace Gardens “vanity project”.
Unions, political parties and concerned community groups gathered outside the Town House yesterday as more than £40 million of cuts and savings had to be made inside.
An international consortium is in the lead to run a controversial, multi-million-pound waste incinerator in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen councillors clashed yesterday ahead of crunch talks today on how to shave more than £40million off their budget.
Aberdeen has a new depute provost, after her successor quit amid sexual harassment allegations.
A best-selling Scottish author has attacked proposals to close 16 of the city's 17 public libraries.
A group of arts and culture organisations in Aberdeen have warned of the “devastating” nature of proposed cuts by the city council.
Aberdeen's council administration has pledged to push forward with its plans to build 2,000 homes.
Aberdeen City Council is spending more than £115,000 a day paying back loan debt – a sum higher than the hefty budget shortfall it is preparing to tackle.
A cash-strapped city council has turned a road into a “sandpit” according to local residents.
The SNP has called for Aberdeen City Council to scrap multi-million-pound plans to redevelop Union Terrace Gardens.
Plans to build a £150 million incinerator to burn non-recyclable rubbish from Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray progressed yesterday as a preferred bidder for its construction was named.
One of Aberdeen’s biggest community schemes has warned that “hundreds of families” will be affected by the council’s proposal to slash its budget by 40%.
Council proposals to cut funding for organisations set up to boost tourism will "significantly jeopardise" plans to create growth and jobs in the local economy, it was claimed yesterday.
More than 200 jobs could be lost as Aberdeen City Council considers budget plans to close £41.2m funding gap
More than 200 jobs at Aberdeen City Council could be lost amid proposed budget cuts designed to save the cash-strapped authority more than £40 million in the next year.
Plans to pass control of community centres into the hands of the public would "destroy" facilities across the city, it has been claimed.
A national reading charity has thrown the book at proposals for the city council to get rid of all 16 of its libraries apart from the central facility in the city centre.
Public toilets, libraries and community centres could close under ‘heartbreaking’ Aberdeen City Council budget plans
The city council could close all of its public toilets, all but one of its libraries and axe all lollipop men and women in an effort save £45 million over the next year.
A suspected gas leak at an Aberdeen school forced hundreds pupils to go home yesterday morning.
A suspected gas leak at an Aberdeen school has forced hundreds of pupils home today.
An investigation has been launched after a child with additional support needs fell into a swimming pool during a school disco.
Saving the city’s history: Plan to bring Westburn House back to life as tearoom and community facility
A derelict A-listed building designed by Aberdeen’s most famous architect could be transformed into a tea room and community facility.
Dons legend Willie Miller accuses HMO objectors of ‘fake news’ after staging photograph against his case
Dons legend Willie Miller has become embroiled in a row with neighbours over parking outside his rental property.
It's five years to the day that flames tore through Jimmy Chung's restaurant on Aberdeen's beach esplanade.
New figures have revealed that a local authority’s new online school registration system is proving popular with the public.
A trade union has backed calls for Aberdeen council chiefs to be allowed to retain nearly £30million of business rates revenue.