An Aberdeen council regeneration boss has said the authority is looking 150 years into the future as plans advance for a new “urban heart” for the Granite City.
It might only be summer, but council bosses are already planning for Christmas.
Aberdeen’s flagship Christmas village attraction brought in more than £1.2 million for the city- but is still struggling to match the impact it enjoyed in its previous location.
Aberdeen disability groups have revealed the thought of crossing the city’s historic Castlegate fills them with “dread”.
The number of police vehicles using an Aberdeen street they are banned from unless on emergency calls has dropped from more than 400 a month to as low as 11 after details of the high use came to light.
A charity has called for Aberdeen council bosses to install a potentially "life-saving" new pedestrian crossing on an Aberdeen street as a priority".
More than 4,000 drivers have been caught on Broad Street since it became a car-free zone, netting Aberdeen City Council £110,000 in fines.
Campaigners have welcomed a council review which recommends that a potentially "life-saving" new pedestrian crossing be created in Aberdeen city centre.
Charities have warned blind and partially-sighted residents have been “too scared” to use a central Aberdeen street since it became a controversial shared-space.
A map of Sri Lanka has been recreated with candlelight in Aberdeen in memory of the victims of the Easter Sunday terror attack.
Construction workers carrying out improvement works in Orkney came across more than they bargained for after discovering what is believed to be the wall of a 14th century castle.
A candlelit vigil has been held in Aberdeen in memory of Liam Smith.
A vigil is being held following the discovery of the teenager's body in an Aberdeenshire woodland.
The state of Broad Street in Aberdeen has been described as “verging on shambolic”, with structural issues appearing just months after a £3.2 million revamp.
Members of the public are being urged to share their views about the redevelopment of a main Aberdeen thoroughfare to help shape future council policy.
New restaurant will bring ‘wow factor’ to Peterhead: Sale of former north-east council base nears completion
The sale of mothballed council base which a developer hopes to transform into a restaurant is nearing completion.
Aberdeen’s Christmas village attraction broke records last year- with 200,000 more people visiting than in 2017.
Police have been scrambled to an incident in Aberdeen city centre this morning.
Plans to reopen one of Aberdeen’s oldest buildings as a museum which will honour the city’s most famous sons and daughters have taken a step forward.
Two people have appeared in court following an alleged theft in a north-east town centre.
More than 800 police cars have been caught going through a bus gate in three months - prompting concerns it is being used as a shortcut to its HQ.
Here is the first look at the giant festive architectural animations that will light up the north-east’s biggest town this Christmas.
Culture bosses have kicked off the season with their biggest and best Aberdeen Christmas Village so far.
The owner of a Peterhead sweet shop is "absolutely devastated" after a heartless thief stole a Poppy Scotland charity tin from her business, just days after Remembrance Sunday.
It may still be November but city council chiefs are busy preparing for Christmas.
A kaleidoscope of colours will light up a north-east town next month after plans were unveiled for an architectural animation.
A north-east man has been fined after challenging passers-by to fights in the street.
It was rock band Pink Floyd’s founder and short-lived frontman “Syd” Barratt who wrote these immortal lyrics on their debut album “The Piper at the Gates of Dawn”.
A celebrated Aberdeen minister who devoted more than six decades of his life to the church and was a champion of the scouting movement has died.
Aberdeen’s blind community is stepping up a campaign to improve safety on a “dangerous” street in Aberdeen.
Fresh calls have been made to ban vehicles from a partly-pedestrianised Aberdeen street after a video emerged showing a bus creeping up behind an oblivious young woman.
Concerns have been raised that office workers could be distracted by towering fairground rides erected as part of Aberdeen’s Christmas celebrations.