Aberdeen citizens will be floating on air as two events showing ways to improve air quality are taking place this month.
Plans for council-run buses in Aberdeen have taken a major leap forward after MSPs voted to lift the ban that has prevented most local authorities from operating routes.
Leading Aberdeen councillors have met with city bus bosses as the ruling administration looks to set up a publicly owned service.
An eight-week bus diversion should be made permanent, an Aberdeen councillor has said.
First Bus bosses have claimed that their decision to change the route of a busy Aberdeen service was taken to improve passenger safety, despite a councillor describing the move as "a dog's breakfast".
Residents of an Aberdeen community have been left "livid" after their bus service was changed - leaving them to tackle a steep hill to get to the nearest stop.
Pupils dash alongside busy road to reach new Aberdeen school after bus driver ‘takes a wrong turn and gets stuck’
Children were forced to rush alongside a busy Aberdeen road to reach school when a bus driver failed to pick them up after "taking a wrong turn and getting stuck".
First Group founder Sir Moir offers hope for the future of beleaguered company 30 years on from privatisation of Grampian’s bus service
The founder of First Group has called on the beleaguered company’s new leadership to keep its focus on serving local communities in Aberdeen - on the 30th anniversary of its landmark privatisation.
An Aberdeen-based bus company has been slammed with a £50,000 penalty after admitting a “catalogue” of service failings.
A group of Aberdeen residents are celebrating the roll-out of improved bus services linking their community with the city centre, after fighting for upgrades for years.
A new Aberdeen mum says she was “screamed at” then left in the cold by an irate bus driver for refusing to fold up her buggy.
North-east bus drivers will be taught to recognise the signs of stroke as part of a major campaign to help save lives.
Nobody should be surprised by the news that First Bus is taking a scythe to its nightly bus services in Aberdeen.
Concerns have been raised for the safety of night-time workers and revellers with the removal of several late bus services throughout the city.
FirstBus has apologised to young concert-goers who faced delays as they made their way home from Saturday’s Little Mix concert.
Bus passengers are being warned that the fares for some north-east journeys will increase next month.
Aberdeen bus driver loses job after crashing into teenager walking her dog – while driving down the wrong road
An Aberdeen bus driver knocked down a teenager walking her dog after getting distracted when he went down the wrong road.
There are fears that major disruption to Aberdeen’s bus services could return next week with a driver shortage looming over the city.
Patients have been faced with journeys of more than an hour to get to hospital after a direct bus service to an Aberdeen community was scrapped.
A month-long industrial dispute between Aberdeen bus drivers and First over new contract changes came to an end yesterday.
Bus drivers in Aberdeen have voted to accept a new contract offer from First Bus.
A bus strike has been suspended after bosses made a “fresh and final” offer at the 11th hour.
An all-out strike due to start tomorrow by north-east bus drivers has been suspended after First Aberdeen made a fresh offer.
First bus drivers have voted in favour of an all-out strike beginning on Wednesday.
City bus drivers will return to work as normal today after an indefinite strike was called off following two days of crisis talks.
Strike action by Aberdeen bus drivers due to begin tomorrow has been suspended to allow a vote on a new offer.
Independent mediators have been called in with the hope of ending a looming “indefinite” bus strike in Aberdeen.
Crunch talks between union bosses and First Bus broke down yesterday - meaning a four-week-long strike is still expected to go ahead.
Crunch talks aimed at ending the Aberdeen bus drivers’ strike action broke down without a resolution last night.
Bus drivers in Aberdeen have voted to strike for four straight weeks unless a resolution to their dispute with First is resolved.
Bus firms last night hit out at accusations they have offered bus drivers large payouts to work in Aberdeen amid strike action.
Council bosses have warned that children’s education could be disrupted amid a series of 24-hour strikes by city bus drivers.