A historic department store building in the heart of Aberdeen could soon reopen as a pub, restaurant and traditional pizzeria as part of £500,000 plans.
Work will be suspended on an Aberdeen city centre street due to tonight's match at Pittodrie.
Several Aberdeen bars have applied for a licence to stay open until 3am under a new council scheme.
Council planners have given a developer permission to let non-academic residents live in a £20million student accommodation development.
A disused city centre office block in Aberdeen will be transformed into a 105-bedroom hotel after the scheme gained approval from the council’s planning committee yesterday.
An Aberdeen office block could become a new hotel if plans are approved by councillors next week.
The long-awaited redevelopment of Aberdeen's Union Terrace Gardens is again in doubt after it emerged council chiefs are still searching for a firm to undertake the work.
An Aberdeen city centre business chief has praised the safety record of the area after a new report found it still had the most crimes in the city.
The centre of Aberdeen is the most crime ravaged area in the Granite City, a new report has revealed.
A controversial council licensing plan to allow some pubs to open until 3am has come under fire - from the authority’s own co-leader.
Controversial plans to allow some Aberdeen pubs to open until 3am have moved a step closer.
Fresh calls have been made for improved safety measures at an Aberdeen bridge after a second death at the spot this month.
The reopening of Aberdeen’s art gallery has been delayed once again, with council leaders confirming its doors will not open until Autumn 2019 at the earliest.
When Gerry Bowyer first began patrolling the streets around Aberdeen’s most popular nightspots, he was regularly called upon to administer first aid.
Multi-million-pound plans to rejuvenate Aberdeen’s Union Terrace Gardens by 2020 are in doubt, opposition councillors said last night.
Aberdeeen residents could enjoy free parking after 5pm in all council multi-story car parks as part of an effort to boost the city centre.
A man has been arrested following a series of car vandalisms in Aberdeen city centre early this morning.
Police have charged seven people, including an 17-year-old girl, for theft and housebreaking crimes across the north-east.
Bright bunting along Aberdeen’s main thoroughfare has helped mark several recent special occasions by bringing colour to the city centre.
Two men are expected to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court following a drugs recovery in the city centre yesterday.
More than 90,000 people flocked to Aberdeen’s SPECTRA light festival over the weekend. The award winning event brings together leading international artists with established Scottish collaborators to deliver magnificent light displays across several city centre locations. Here, we have collected some of the best images from the stunning event.
Scores of revellers are expected to descend on the Granite City for Aberdeen's Hogmanay Celebrations.
Police are seeking information after a pedestrian collided with a cyclist on a busy city centre street in Aberdeen today. The incident happened at around 12.30pm on Union Street at the traffic light junction with Market Street and St Nicholas Street. Witnesses are asked to contact police on 101.
Police warned festive revellers to drink responsibly and stay safe over Christmas at the launch of their festive campaign yesterday.
Fire crews were called to a kitchen blaze at an Aberdeen city centre flat this evening.
Plans to transform an Aberdeen office building into a hotel and apartment complex have been hailed as a vote of confidence for the city centre.
A bar manager has hailed pedestrianisation as the best way to bring cafe culture to the city centre.
The woman tasked with breathing new life into Aberdeen’s social scene believes its “unique” centre can be a powerful magnet for tourists despite being off the beaten track.
It is one of the most famous thoroughfares in Scotland – a place where Sir Alex Ferguson and his Dons stars paraded the European Cup Winners Cup to the rapturous acclaim of tens of thousands of proud members of the public in 1983, and the north-east’s London Olympic luminaries followed suit in 2012.
A disabled man was left injured on the ground after the latest attack in Inverness city centre.
Granite City residents fear that its centre risks losing its sparkle due to “huge splodges” of tarmac which have been laid in place of paving stones following repairs.
Further efforts have been made to brighten up the centre of Aberdeen, with vibrant images transforming previously unremarkable doors of local businesses.