Controversial proposals that would see major Aberdeen streets closing at night to boost the ailing city centre have been backed by councillors.
An Aberdeen firm is at the heart of a new drive to help more Scottish businesses and third sector organisations win public sector work.
A Scottish subsea firm has announced a North Sea first which could help save lives offshore. Bibby Offshore, based in Westhill, near Aberdeen, said yesterday its new Compact Bailout Rebreathing Apparatus (Cobra) was designed to provide divers with an additional tier of safety in emergencies. To read more go to Energy Voice.
A shaken pensioner has warned others to be on their guard after having her handbag snatched from her trolley in an Aberdeen supermarket.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen have launched new plans to boost the uptake of free school meals in the city.
The NHS and the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) have submitted proposals to take on offices in Aberdeen’s Marischal Square development.
A political row has been sparked over a proposed U-turn on the sale of a north-east council’s headquarters.
Aberdeen FC estimates that the construction of its new stadium will create 150 local jobs during its first phase.
A pothole-plagued Aberdeen street must be fixed “as soon as possible”, councillors have said, after recent bad weather exposed historic cobbles and cabling.
Aberdeen council chiefs are ready to launch a new logo - albeit one that looks very much like the last one.
New study reveals correlation between availability of booze and crime, deaths and hospital stays across Scotland
A new study has revealed the direct correlation between alcohol availability and crime across the north of Scotland and further afield.
The last Aberdeen-built ship has begun a new life on the front line of the fight against Somali pirates.
A lawyer representing a group of nuns under investigation by a national child abuse probe has been rapped by one of Scotland’s top judges for attempting to prevent the sisters from giving evidence.
Four new bus services will be launched in the city to help residents living in cut-off communities.
Globe-trotting Aberdeen council chiefs are considering trips as far afield as Qatar, Japan and Mexico as they look to boost the city’s international connections post-Brexit.
Aberdeen is in line for a £1.4billion windfall from the rollout of superfast broadband across the city, according to economists.
A warning has been reissued to householders in and around Aberdeen to secure their homes and personal property in the wake of a spate of break-ins.
Fresh battle lines have been drawn between supporters and opponents of Aberdeen FC’s new stadium dream following the signing of an important contract to allow work to begin.
A former city council spin doctor was given a £63,000 golden goodbye when he left the authority last year.
Talks are being held with city council staff about job cuts after it emerged that bosses spent more than £311,000 on agency workers in just three months.
A leading figure in the oil and gas industry is among the participants courting success in this weekend’s Run Balmoral event.
Patients have been faced with journeys of more than an hour to get to hospital after a direct bus service to an Aberdeen community was scrapped.
Cove Rangers striker Mitch Megginson is closing in on 50 goals this term but maintaining the club’s unbeaten record is far more important to the former Aberdeen and Alloa Athletic player.
Protesters caused disruption at a north-east transport company yesterday amid claims trucks were delivering fracking equipment to firms in England.
Recycled waste produced in Aberdeen travels as far as 608 miles to get fully processed after undergoing initial procedures in a new city facility, it has emerged.
The Aberdeen players who failed to perform for Derek McInnes at Hampden on Saturday have five games left to try to change their manager’s mind about them.
When he retired as head teacher of a large Aberdeen secondary school, Alex Sibbald found an unlikely new calling as the goalkeeper for an ice hockey team.
Concerns were yesterday raised that a £3.2million pedestrianisation project in the heart of Aberdeen could suffer further setbacks due to resurfacing works on a neighbouring road.
Police in Aberdeen have launched a major crackdown on bike thefts in the city.
Boss Derek McInnes has challenged his Aberdeen players to defy the sceptics by finishing second in the Premiership.
Visitor numbers in Aberdeen have soared in the last year - prompting predictions from industry chiefs that tourism will generate £1billion a year by 2023.
With business owners around the north and north-east facing a swathe of regulatory challenges, there is one thing that never really changes. The way you treat your workforce will, ultimately, affect your chances of business success.