Aberdeen’s popular “festival of light” Spectra will not be held this year- with the council “refreshing” plans for the event ahead of its return next year.
Furious publicans are fearing job losses, chaos in the streets and the "implosion" of Aberdeen’s nightclub industry if controversial plans to let pubs stay open to 3am are not rolled back.
Hundreds of schoolchildren descended on Aberdeen’s Tivoli Theatre yesterday to unveil their designs for the perfect shop on the city’s iconic Granite Mile.
A new policy which will allow Aberdeen pubs to open until 3am on weekends have been hailed as “trailblazing”.
The revamped Aberdeen Art Gallery will host the UK’s largest touring exhibition of contemporary works when its much delayed reopening finally takes place.
Struggling city centre businesses in Aberdeen are in line for a multi-million pound boost due to a new free parking project.
Aberdeen council bosses have awarded nearly £130,000 to support the growth of community allotments.
A north-east MSP has demanded action over the “real alarm” over the impact of the AWPR on users of the Deeside Way.
City councillors are preparing to make one of the local authority’s largest-ever investments in Aberdeen’s school estate.
Aberdeen council chiefs have not set aside any money for city centre regeneration after next year, a new report has revealed.
Just five youth groups have applied for a share of £100,000 for a project set up to replace the hugely popular Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
The city council’s bid to be designated as a UNESCO Creative City could boost culture in Aberdeen and bring global connections, it was claimed yesterday.
A popular winter festival is set to be “bigger and better than ever” – according to Aberdeen’s culture chief.
A spectacular lights festival which illuminates the heart of Aberdeen during the winter has been nominated for a string of awards.
Aberdeen City Council's former deputy leader has backed Ross Thomson for Aberdeen South MP.
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.
A festival which attracted thousands of visitors into Aberdeen is to return to shine new light on the north-east’s past.
Peterculter residents who transformed a barren piece of land into a flourishing community orchard have been enjoying the fruits of their labours.
Marie Boulton, the deputy leader of the council and ward councillor for the Cults area, has spoken of the sense of disbelief in the local community in the wake of the death of an Aberdeen school pupil.
The depute leader of Aberdeen City Council has warned that investors may be put off the city following the Marischal Square row.
An Aberdeen ex-pat plans to travel more than 2,000 miles from his home on a Mediterranean island to demonstrate against controversial plans for the centre of his home city.
The next phase in the creation of a proposed masterplan to breathe new life into Aberdeen city centre will begin later this week.
Aberdeen's deputy council leader was under pressure last night after an investigation upheld a complaint about the city's licensing board.
Aberdeen City Council has launched a bid to provide new platforms for creative citizens to showcase their work.
The public are being given the chance to have their say on the future of Aberdeen city centre.
More than 130 people have been invited to have their say at a public hearing on plans for the former Aberdeen City Council headquarters.
Aberdeen's deputy council leader has insisted the authority's planning committee will not make a decision on the Marischal Square application in advance of any public hearing.
The local authority's deputy leader has admitted there is no plan in place to redevelop the heart of Aberdeen - nearly two years after the City Garden Project was controversially rejected.
A preferred bidder to draw up a "masterplan" to transform Aberdeen city centre has been selected by councillors.
Proposals to instal pedestrian crossings and new bus laybys on one of Aberdeen's key commuter routes could cost hundreds of thousands of pounds, a report has revealed.