Council bosses in Aberdeen are poised to sell off an A-listed building designed by the city’s most famous architect for just £1.
Repairs to Aberdeen's Beach Leisure Centre will begin next year in response to concerns raised by its operators.
A row over the soaring cost revamping Aberdeen’s Union Terrace Gardens has broken out.
City council bosses have confirmed parking charges will not be introduced in three car parks in Aberdeen, blaming a “clerical error” for the confusion.
The long-awaited transformation of Union Terrace Gardens will begin within weeks.
Council chiefs yesterday toured a new multi-million-pound community campus in Aberdeen ahead of its grand opening.
Aberdeen residents attempting to sign up for the city's controversial new £30 brown bin charge are understood to have been bedeviled by IT glitches.
A political row has broken out after Aberdeen City Council’s co-leader was accused of “weaponising” a government under-spend.
Aberdeen Council’s co-leader has been selected as a Conservative candidate for a city seat at the 2021 Holyrood election.
A flagship renovation project of one of Aberdeen’s oldest buildings has been branded “woefully late and tragically over budget”.
Aberdeen City Council will take its fight to secure local authority control over Air Departure Tax (ADT) to the Scottish Parliament.
Core funding for north-east councils has been cut by the equivalent of £100,000-a-day, the Scottish Conservatives have claimed.
An overdue inspection has revealed 44 repairs are urgently needed in the historic Castlegate area of Aberdeen.
A group of arts and culture organisations in Aberdeen have warned of the “devastating” nature of proposed cuts by the city council.
Aberdeen's council administration has pledged to push forward with its plans to build 2,000 homes.
The price of the long-awaited revamp of Aberdeen Art Gallery has rocketed by £4.5 million, according to newly-published council papers.
The SNP has called for Aberdeen City Council to scrap multi-million-pound plans to redevelop Union Terrace Gardens.
Public toilets, libraries and community centres could close under ‘heartbreaking’ Aberdeen City Council budget plans
The city council could close all of its public toilets, all but one of its libraries and axe all lollipop men and women in an effort save £45 million over the next year.
Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City councils have ruled out imposing a controversial car park tax for the foreseeable future.
The first Aberdeen houses have been connected to a new superfast broadband network as part of a £40million scheme to create Scotland’s first “gigabit city”.
Crisis talks will be held between council leaders and community groups this week to identify ways to cut millions from the budget.
A leading city councillor has been charged by police over an alleged sexual assault and resigned his position as Aberdeen’s depute provost.
A north-east business body leader has urged the Scottish Government to bring forward the next business rates revaluation- warning that the survival of firms “depends on it”.
The SNP in Aberdeen has called for the city’s depute provost Alan Donnelly to be suspended from his party’s group, following allegations of sexual harassment.
Council bosses have been urged to invest in training more apprentices to reduce spending on costly temporary agency workers.
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.
Politicians have dubbed Aberdeen council’s decision to spend cash repairing its staff car park “bizarre” while other roads are neglected.
Motorists enjoyed instantly faster journey times yesterday as business and political leaders celebrated the grand opening of the first major section of the long-awaited Aberdeen bypass.
Scottish Government predictions on how much Aberdeen would generate in business rates are around £28 million too low, the council’s finance chief has warned.
The precarious state of Aberdeen City Council's barren finances has been laid bare in a new report which identifies the authority as having the largest increase in net debt in the country over the past year.
A controversial council licensing plan to allow some pubs to open until 3am has come under fire - from the authority’s own co-leader.
Funnyman Russell Howard has been named as the first comedian to perform at the new Aberdeen exhibition centre.