Aberdeen City Council has approved plans for a pro-independence march at the weekend.
City and shire council to combine to provide free advice on fuel poverty and energy efficiency to help alleviate fuel poverty
Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire councils are teaming up to alleviate fuel poverty.
Hard-working youngsters have had their efforts left in ruins after a vandal attack at an Aberdeen primary school.
A stretch of Aberdeen’s famed beach, stretching more than 540 yards, will be closed to the public from today following safety fears which have been linked to sand erosion.
Children at an Aberdeen special school are not being taught maths, literacy or safety skills properly and senior staff tied-up in red tape, a shock new report has found.
Aberdeen residents have been urged to help their local community by taking part in a 24-hour litter pick across the city today.
The number of sick days needed by Aberdeen’s teachers because of stress has skyrocketed, sparking renewed calls for them to be given more support in the classroom.
Street lights across Aberdeen are to be fitted with special dimmer switches in a bid to cut energy costs.
Hundreds of trees infected with a deadly disease face being cut down across Aberdeen.
A decision to remove caps on primary one class sizes in Aberdeen was branded a “retrograde step” yesterday.
An Aberdeen school has been awarded for its work to help the environment.
Students from across the city will come together for two special spring concerts.
A north-east secondary school has been given a very positive report following a visit from government inspectors.
Dozens of care staff and workers have been enrolled on a new training scheme to show them the best ways to build relationships with children.
Children could have to traipse through a dark, wet lane to get to Aberdeen’s newest £47 million academy via a council-approved “safe route”.
A grizzly reminder of Aberdeen’s brutal crime and punishment is once more visible to the public.
It is not quite a tale as old as time but a book more than six decades overdue has finally been returned to city librarians.
An Aberdeen park is coming to terms with a tragedy following the unexplained death of a hugely popular meerkat.
Aberdeen City Council has launched its 2018 Play Policy and Strategy with a special event for youngsters at the city’s Westburn Park.
The number of children taking part in sports sessions at Aberdeen schools has rocketed by almost one-third over the last two years.
A colourful mural has been unveiled at an Aberdeen primary school.
An ongoing pay row between music tutors and council chiefs risks long-term damage to Aberdeen’s culture and could jeopardise its longest-running music festival, city leaders have been warned.