The streets of Aberdeen were awash with colour yesterday as thousands of runners pounded their way through the city centre in the second Simplyhealth Great Aberdeen Run.
Council leader Jenny Laing
Scottish Labour has backed calls to save services and boost investment by introducing a controversial “tourism tax” in areas such as Aberdeen and the Highlands.
A high-profile sporting event, taking place this weekend in the north-east of England, could soon be replicated in the north-east of Scotland.
A flood-prone area of an Aberdeen park is on the cusp of being transformed into a wetland nature reserve.
North-east to get £250million city deal as David Cameron pledges further support for oil and gas industry
David Cameron will sweep into the north-east today to announce further measures to support the beleaguered oil and gas industry and encourage exploration. The prime minister will be in Aberdeen as the UK Government announces the long-awaited Aberdeen City Region Deal will pump £250million into the region’s economy. Read the article on Energy Voice.
The long-awaited City Region Deal for the north-east has been announced - and could be finalised within days.
Council boss Jenny Laing has warned "golden hellos" to tempt teachers to the north-east could be axed.
Residents in Tillydrone are being urged to have their say on a proposed new housing development in their area.
Historic Marischal College was lit up in red, white and blue last night as Aberdeen showed solidarity with the people of France.
Aberdeen City Council has won an award for its efforts to "boost the region for years to come".
The head of Aberdeen City Council has been left "disappointed" after Nicola Sturgeon snubbed her plea to attend a crisis summit on teacher recruitment in the north and north-east.
Plans have been unveiled for a £200million expansion of Aberdeen's flagship Union Square shopping centre - paving the way for the creation of 2,000 new jobs.
The leader of Aberdeen City Council was under growing pressure last night after it was claimed senior Labour figures were plotting to oust her from power.
Work has started on a £15.2million park and ride site and dual carriageway link road near Aberdeen International Airport.
Councillors pledged to end the bickering and unite behind “Team Aberdeen” as they gave their unanimous backing to a raft of projects designed to revive the city centre.
The leader of Aberdeen’s council has backed a 20-year vision to revive the city centre – despite concerns that it is totally dependent on government funding.