Aberdeen’s Lord Provost Barney Crockett is proving big in Japan - hitting the headlines in the Far East after signing a trade deal.
Historic monuments in Aberdeen should be “freshened up” to attract more tourists to the city centre, the council has been told.
Aberdeen FC Community Trust has received the highest honour available to volunteer groups during a ceremony at Pittodrie.
The Lord Provost of Aberdeen Barney Crockett met members of the armed forces ahead of a large parade down Union Street in support of Armed Forces Day today.
A permanent memorial to the people who lived and worked in the north-east fishing industry has been installed in Aberdeen.
Scores of residents basked in the warm Deeside sunshine as the annual Culter Gala returned this weekend.
Historic artefacts giving an fresh insight into the city’s highest ceremonial office have been revealed.
Aberdeen’s lord provost has defended his predecessor’s £43,896 expenses in the House of Lords.
New plans have revealed what Aberdeen’s permanent memorial to its fishing industry workers could look like.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost has revealed the date Denis Law will be made a freeman of the city.
Hundreds of soldiers have been given a heroes welcome after returning to Aberdeen from tours of Iraq and Ukraine.
A long-serving councillor has been elected to a senior ceremonial role.
Aberdeen's new Lord Provost, Barney Crockett, yesterday greeted the Italian crew of a NATO vessel on a temporary visit to the Granite City.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost has been left "disgusted" after two Aberdeen war memorials were spray painted by vandals.
The first female provost of Aberdeenshire is to step down as a councillor at the local elections.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost will jet off to the far-east this week to try and boost business links with cities in South Korea and Japan.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost, George Adam, has revealed he will not stand again at next year's council elections.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost could sign a high-level trade deal with a South Korean city as part of a trip to the Far East, if plans are approved by councillors next week.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost George Adam is to live on just £2 a day for the next five days to highlight the plight of those living in food poverty.
Aberdeen's £22million Third Don Crossing has finally opened to the public - more than six months after initially planned.
Families will soon be able to walk in the footsteps of the Scottish Samurai as part of a series of events celebrating his life.
There's just little over an hour to go until Aberdeen's official Christmas tree will be lit up.
A special ceremony marking 100 years since the outbreak of World War I was held in Aberdeen yesterday as a series of commemorative benches were installed throughout the city.
Aberdeen's Christmas lights were turned on in spectacular style last night, with a little help from Santa, panto stars - and even Darth Vadar.
Young performers from around the world were welcomed to the north-east yesterday as part of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF).
Aberdeen will host a parade for Scottish troops on their return from Afghanistan tomorrow.