Councillors have launched another last-ditch attempt to stop eight Aberdeen high rises being given top protected status.
Council bosses accuse heritage body of having ‘already made up their minds’ on A-listing for city tower blocks
Aberdeen’s top councillors have accused Historic Environment Scotland (HES) of already making their minds up about awarding protected status to eight city centre high rises – before the consultation has even ended.
Aberdeen councillors have declined to declare there is a “climate emergency” in the oil and gas capital of Europe.
North-east firms face a multi-million-pound business rates increase following a Holyrood decision that threatens the rates relief system, it has been claimed.
Inverness and Aberdeen are ranked top in Scotland, and among the top 10 locations overall in league tables of the best cities to live and work in the UK.
‘Nicola Sturgeon must apologise to people of Aberdeen over art gallery claims’ – council co-leader demands
Aberdeen council’s co-leader has demanded the First Minister “apologise” to the city’s residents as a bitter row over the funding of the multi-million pound art gallery renovation deepened.
A £35million project to transform Aberdeen Art Gallery has been hailed as a way of boosting tourism and making "Aberdonians fall in love" with the city once more.
Aberdeen council’s co-leader has said introducing a tourist tax in the city is vital if services are to be protected.
Aberdeen co-leader Jenny Laing has warned Nicola Sturgeon that the SNP's flagship pledge to scrap council charges for social care like meals on wheels must be funded properly.
Aberdeen’s iconic Beach Ballroom will remain a council-run venue after the city abandoned plans to outsource it to the private sector.
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.
A high-profile pledge to build thousands of council homes in Aberdeen in five years has been branded as “utterly unachievable” by critics.
Aberdeen City Council is looking for private operators willing to take over the legendary Beach Ballroom, in what has been described as a "sad day in its illustrious history".
Thousands of people flooded the sun-soaked streets of Aberdeen to discover the new works created for Nuart.
Aberdeen City Council will renew its efforts to clamp down on menacing gulls by removing nests throughout the heart of the city.
Hundreds of people are expected to turn out to cheer on elite cyclists as they race through the city next month, taking on a refreshed route.
Plans for a £25 million community centre on the grounds of a former Aberdeen school have been given a major boost.
Aberdeen's council administration has pledged to push forward with its plans to build 2,000 homes.
The SNP has called for Aberdeen City Council to scrap multi-million-pound plans to redevelop Union Terrace Gardens.
The multi-million-pound construction work on Aberdeen’s long-awaited art gallery refurbishment is “nearing completion”.
Aberdeen council leaders have accused Derek Mackay of delivering a “Scrooge”-like budget that has cut almost £60 million to one of the city’s key funds for public services since 2016/17.
North and north-east councillors last night renewed their calls for a tourist tax despite the Scottish Government’s budget saying there were “no plans” to introduce the levy in the immediate future.
The preferred location for Aberdeen’s second Cruyff Court has been announced – with the Tullos area scoring the £300,000 community facility.
An Aberdeen MSP has accused the city’s council leaders of “woeful politicking” over an announcement to end primary one testing in the city.
Shock new figures have revealed a 15-year life expectancy gap between Aberdeen communities less than five miles apart.
A new report has painted an improving picture of Aberdeen’s economy- but has called for “flexibility” over new powers to be devolved to the council.
Police are investigating reports that a 20-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in Aberdeen.
Computer games, television and tablet screens have sadly replaced playing outdoors for many modern children.
Aberdeen’s historic Music Hall will officially reopen on December 8 with a series of special performances following its two-year, £9 million transformation.
A bold new six-part strategy aims to make north-east tourism a £1 billion industry in just five years.
City councillors are preparing to make one of the local authority’s largest-ever investments in Aberdeen’s school estate.