Angry shopkeepers have branded an area of Aberdeen’s historic city centre “a disgrace” and demanded more cash is pumped in.
A man has been charged following a pro-independence march in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen disability groups have revealed the thought of crossing the city’s historic Castlegate fills them with “dread”.
Council bosses have confirmed they will carry out another clean of a beloved city statue desecrated by bird droppings.
An overdue inspection has revealed 44 repairs are urgently needed in the historic Castlegate area of Aberdeen.
Christmas arrived early in Aberdeen last night with the switch-on of the city's Castlegate tree and grand opening of the its “biggest and best” festive village so far.
Hundreds of people are expected to gather to see Aberdeen's Christmas Tree lights switched on this week.
Calls have been made for new tourist signage near one of Aberdeen’s most beloved city centre landmarks.
An iconic Aberdeen statue honouring a historic army regiment will be covered in a new “bird-free” gel to deter gulls from covering it with droppings.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost wows the Burnley crowds with dazzling footwork ahead of the Dons’ Europa League tie
Despite being laden down with his tailored suit and heavy ceremonial chains, Aberdeen’s Lord Provost was still keen for a kickabout in the city’s Castlegate this afternoon.
Burnley supporters have descended on Aberdeen ahead of tonight’s Europa League tie at Pittodrie. Hundreds of Clarets supporters gathered in the Castlegate area of the city for some pre-match drinks and a sing-song. Tonight’s second qualifying round first leg will be Burnley’s first European tie in 51 years.
The new quays at Aberdeen’s £350million South Harbour will be named after some of the most iconic castles in Scotland.
A man robbed an Aberdeen shop with a bladed weapon, taking a three-figure sum of cash.
Calls have been made for the cobbles at the city's iconic Castlegate to be repaired.
Public events such as Oktoberfest could soon become a more permanent fixture on the Castlegate.
A glittering pavilion is to be built at Aberdeen's Castlegate as the centrepiece of two cultural festivals taking place next month.
Scores of people, young and old, turned out to watch as Aberdeen's Christmas tree was lit up last night, signalling the start of the festive period.
Scores of people, young and old, turned out tonight to watch as Aberdeen's Christmas tree was lit up for the first time, ushering in the festive period.
Carol singing, twinkling lights and marzipan pigs - Christmas is definitely coming to Aberdeen.
The north-east's French community gathered in the heart of the Granite City yesterday to show solidarity with the people of Paris.
A life-threatening brain condition which affects thousands of people each year will be the focus of a roadshow in Aberdeen at the weekend.
Hundreds of north-east residents rallied in the heart of Aberdeen yesterday in a show of unity following the terror attacks in the French capital.
Hundreds of people rallied in the centre of Aberdeen today as the north-east's French community paid their respects to those killed in the country's terror attacks.
Aberdeen's Castlegate was once again bathed in the light of city's Christmas tree last night following a festive lighting ceremony with a Norwegian twist.
There's just little over an hour to go until Aberdeen's official Christmas tree will be lit up.
An unprecedented amount of food was donated by Aberdonians during a pro-independence rally set up in the city's historic heart today.
Police are continuing their hunt for missing Aberdeen woman Kelli Ferris today.
The mother of a missing Aberdeen woman made an emotional plea to the public today to help find her daughter.
The detective leading the hunt for Aberdeen woman Kelli Ferris said she was "gravely concerned" for her safety as dozens of officers joined the search for the 40-year-old redhead.
Seven statues in Aberdeen have been cordoned off in case of "highly spirited" street celebrations once the result has been declared.
The past and present will come together in Aberdeen this weekend as the city centre plays host to a new historical celebration.
It wasn't the green and white of a Scottish club, but those of a football team from further afield that had Aberdeen bustling today.