Aberdeen City Council was rocked last night by the shock departure of the woman who has steered its planning strategy for the last 10 years.
Aberdeen City Council
Security has been tightened-up at an Aberdeen factory that has been repeatedly targeted by firebugs.
An Aberdeen councillor has claimed that he and his colleagues have been inundated with "abusive" e-mails over the controversial Marischal Square development.
School pupils from across the north-east have graduated from Aberdeen's first ever children's university.
UK ministers will be challenged at Westminster next week over the progress of Aberdeen’s “game-changing” £3billion City Deal.
A project which placed 30 miniature dolphins in libraries across Aberdeen in an effort to bring in more children has received UK-wide recognition.
Campaigners have hit out after a plan to breath new life into Aberdeen completely neglected the historic landmark they are battling to save.
Work has started on a £15.2million park and ride site and dual carriageway link road near Aberdeen International Airport.
Aberdeen City Council has officially welcomed a decision by the standards watchdog to clear seven senior figures over a decision to send out pro-UK letters during the independence referendum.
Council chiefs who turned down Sir Ian Wood’s offer of £50million towards a transformation of Aberdeen city centre have said it would be “very nice” if he would invest in their own vision.
Councillors pledged to end the bickering and unite behind “Team Aberdeen” as they gave their unanimous backing to a raft of projects designed to revive the city centre.
The principal of Robert Gordon University has said that plans to revive Aberdeen city centre are "not perfect" but can make a “huge difference” if delivered correctly.
A councillor in Aberdeen is poised to trigger a fourth by-election at the local authority by quitting his seat and the city.
Twenty councillors in Aberdeen are under investigation over their handling of the controversial Marischal Square scheme.
Firefighters have been called out 17 times in the last two years to tackle blazes at a derelict factory in Aberdeen.
Council chiefs who controversially rejected Sir Ian Wood's £50million offer to transform Aberdeen city-centre could now seek talks with the billionaire businessman over funding for their own scheme.
Council chiefs are searching for a parking enforcement firm amid a crackdown of rogue motorists in Aberdeen.
Bus priority lanes at Aberdeen’s notoriously congested Haudagain roundabout will be extended from Monday.
The head of Aberdeen University has given his backing to plans to revitalise the city centre - and urged politicians to act with “urgency” to deliver the changes.
Aberdeen City Wardens have been handing out free bike bells to cyclists along the Deeside Way this week.
The leader of Aberdeen’s council has backed a 20-year vision to revive the city centre – despite concerns that it is totally dependent on government funding.
A wide-ranging review of the city council’s finances could be ordered to try to free-up cash to pay for a revamp of the heart of Aberdeen.
The long-awaited vision for the transformation of Aberdeen city centre received a mixed response yesterday.
Councillors in Aberdeen were last night gagged from talking about their 20-year vision for the future as concerns emerged about a “huge hole” in the finances.
Three years after the City Garden Project was rejected amid a storm of controversy the council today finally reveals its vision for breathing new life into the heart of Aberdeen.
The streets of the Granite City are lined with sparkling blocks of its namesake.
Controversial plans to bulldoze a 19th-century Aberdeen school and build 62 new homes will be heard by city councillors this week.
Councillors in Aberdeen have agreed to spend up to £12.75million buying a Catholic primary school in the city’s west end.
A new hotel and country club could be built on green belt land in Aberdeen as soon as 2018 after the Scottish Government gave planners the green light.
Plans to bulldoze a historic Aberdeen mansion to make way for the city’s new exhibition centre have been dealt a blow after heritage chiefs said it may qualify for special status.
Parks, community centres and youth groups in Aberdeen are in line for a surprise £565,000 funding bonanza from the city council.
Campaigners against Aberdeen’s controversial Marischal Square development have asked to meet members of a powerful watchdog as part of a probe into the scheme.