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.
Popular funnyman Russell Howard has been named as the first comedian to perform at the new Aberdeen exhibition centre.
City council chiefs have been told they must call a temporary halt to their controversial restructuring programme in the wake of a new report that shows spending on temporary workers is still vastly over budget.
City councillors are preparing to make one of the local authority’s largest-ever investments in Aberdeen’s school estate.
Scotland’s independent schools have blasted plans for them to start paying business rates, saying they “make no sense”.
Parents and grandparents in the north-east are being invited to create children’s picture books in an unusual effort to boost their employability.
Mothballed Hazlehead swimming pool will not be reopened after being deemed “economically unviable”.
An ambitious new five-year strategy for the north-east’s economy has been unanimously backed by city councillors.
Developers building more than 50 homes in the city centre should be exempt from paying contributions to the council for two years to boost the number of people in the area, a new report has recommended.
Cyclists are being given the chance to ride on the new Aberdeen bypass before they are banned from the road when it opens.
Aberdeen City Council has yet to process a single parking ticket appeal this year with up to £137,340 in fines due.
Council spending on temporary agency staff has rocketed in the Granite City in just three months this year.
Aberdeen City Council’s co-leaders have voiced their support for Cove Rangers ahead of their crunch tie today.
Aberdeen’s council co-leaders are holding crunch talks with Finance Secretary Derek Mackay over a “missing” £1.6 million in the council’s funding settlement.
An Aberdeen MSP has called for local residents to have their say in proposals for a night-time pedestrianisation of several city centre streets.
A new 5G broadband scheme is tailor-made for Aberdeen according to a city councillor and a bid should go in soon for the contract.
Aberdeen’s new £333million exhibition and conference centre will be open by next autumn and could compete with “the best arenas in the world”, according to the city council’s leadership.
You’ve heard of Boris bikes - now Aberdeen could be getting Barney bikes.
City council leaders have indicated they will not push ahead with proposals which would give unelected officers new powers.
A new tool has been launched to help save Aberdonians from thousands of pounds of fraud.
Aberdeen City Council has unveiled plans to cut hundreds of jobs in a multi-million pound cost-cutting scheme.
Aberdeen City Council is seeking to bring many services back in-house, according to the authority’s co-leader.
Aberdeen City Council’s strategic transformation committee (STC) will meet on Friday where the recruitment process for new civil servants and the authority’s assets will be reviewed.
Battle lines are being drawn ahead of the upcoming council budget, with the authority’s finance boss warning that “all low hanging fruit has been picked”.