Plans to convert a disused community hall into a martial arts and fitness centre have collapsed after the council asked for £100,000 for the building.
An Aberdeen politician has highlighted the impact of the increase in employer contributions to NHS pension schemes on hospice organisations.
Health chiefs in Scotland have been urged to act amid growing concerns about an ongoing shortage of a life-saving medicine for severe allergic reactions.
Scottish ministers have stepped in and demanded the opening of a major section of the delay-hit Aberdeen bypass.
Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald has chosen not to defend himself before his colleagues deliver their verdict on his future at Holyrood today.
Mark McDonald’s high-flying ministerial career was left in tatters because of the events of one day in 2016, it has emerged.
Claims against Mark McDonald which were not proven had a “significant and lasting impact” on his mental health and his family, the Aberdeen Donside MSP said.
Mark McDonald was facing fresh calls to quit Holyrood last night after being left on the brink of an unprecedented suspension over his harassment of a woman.
A Holyrood committee has warned of “difficulties” in bringing in recall powers to give voters the final say on the future of MSPs who sexually harass staff.
Shamed Aberdeen Donside politician Mark McDonald has been moved from Holyrood’s basement to an office next to other MSPs and staff.
Beleaguered Mark McDonald insisted yesterday he had no intention of standing down - and begged people to give him a second chance.
Ruth Davidson last night called on the SNP to deliver its verdict on the future of suspended Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald.
Demands for reform were made yesterday after it emerged that disgraced Aberdeen MSP Mark McDonald was in line for a “golden goodbye” payment of more than £7,000.