A suspended city councillor, who is facing a probe over accusations of anti-Semitism and homophobia will keep his senior roles following a debate yesterday.
Aberdeen councillors have declined to declare there is a “climate emergency” in the oil and gas capital of Europe.
Aberdeen’s Lady Provost will fight to win a city Westminster seat for Labour - competing against three of the city's councillors.
The transfer of miles of roads from the Scottish Government back to Aberdeen City Council could be “an opportunity” for lining the streets with flowers - a senior councillor has said.
Calls to declare a climate emergency will be made at Aberdeen's Town House next week.
More than 1,000 people have signed up for controversial £30 garden waste permits in Aberdeen- on the first day applications opened.
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.
Aberdeen council chiefs have invested in a new luxury car to transport the Lord Provost and have claimed the new vehicle will be cheaper and greener.
Council staff have put up a temporary fence to stop drivers parking on the grass field at the junction of Auchinyell Road and Garthdee Road.
More than 4,000 drivers have been caught on Broad Street since it became a car-free zone, netting Aberdeen City Council £110,000 in fines.
Call to scrap ‘garden tax’ as Aberdeen council reveals residents will have to buy permits for their brown bins
Aberdeen residents will soon have to stick special permits to their bins to prove they have paid for them to be collected.
Aberdeen City Council is poised to roll out improved road signs directing drivers onto the city's new bypass - following concerns that outdated versions could cause tourists some confusion.
Brakes have been applied to a proposal for a one-way street in Aberdeen - despite warnings of “Mexican stand-offs” between drivers.
An Aberdeen councillor has urged residents to make their voices heard over a controversial housing proposal.
An Aberdeen councillor has called for action to repair the “terrible” potholes on a city street.
Plans are being drawn up to expand Aberdeen’s Christmas village attraction this year.
Eagle-eyed volunteers could be trained to wield speed guns and spot dangerous drivers by police in Aberdeen.
A public meeting has been organised to discuss how an Aberdeen church, threatened with closure, could be saved.
Equipping Aberdeen communities with their own speed guns to tackle dangerous driving in city streets is to be considered by councillors next week.
Aberdeen council chiefs are preparing to hire eight civil servants - within hours of announcing hundreds of job cuts.
Aberdeen City Council has unveiled plans to cut hundreds of jobs in a multi-million pound cost-cutting scheme.
A pro-European councillor is applying for an Irish passport - despite never setting foot on the Emerald Isle.
A council opposition leader has urged the local authority to do “whatever possible” to save the threatened Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF).
Plans to bring the Tall Ships race back to Aberdeen have been sunk after harbour officials ruled out the idea.
Aberdeen's Liberal Democrats have announced they will not agree to enter any coalition to run the city's local authority.
Aberdeen is set for another day of political deadlock after crunch talks between leaders of the council's political groups failed to reach any agreement yesterday.
Kingmaker Liberal Democrats on Aberdeen City Council have called for joint talks with all party leaders to find "a more cooperative way" to run the authority after last week's election.
Civic chiefs defended Aberdeen's architecture yesterday, after it emerged the city is in the running to be named Scotland's biggest eyesore.
Aberdeen's parks and public gardens celebrated a remarkable return to form last night as the city grabbed gold at the Britain in Bloom awards.