The front of Marischal College was brightly lit with a dancing ballerina on last night.
113-year-old paper doily celebrating Marischal College opening makes it back to Aberdeen – from Thailand
They are normally thought of as mere paper mats and commonly thrown away with household rubbish after serving their purpose.
The extraordinary life of an Aberdeen woman who wrote a book about botany will be celebrated during Book Week Scotland.
Local government heroes were honoured by union bosses in Aberdeen yesterday.
An army of Oor Wullie statues arrived at Marischal College this evening.
Aberdeen's Christmas village will return to the city in November, with local businesses being urged to join the burgeoning attraction.
A north-east dance agency is investing in a historic city building which was previously used to study anatomy.
Plans to transform an historic, former Aberdeen church into a bar and restaurant have taken a step forward.
An Aberdeen council regeneration boss has said the authority is looking 150 years into the future as plans advance for a new “urban heart” for the Granite City.
Alongside an afternoon of cycling, Aberdonians were treated to a taste of different events such as stunt bikers and aerial acrobatics.
Aberdeen council leaders have hailed a “strong performance” after new financial data revealed the authority has a £5million underspend for the year.
Pupils at Airyhall Primary in Aberdeen have experienced a taste of world-class art in their classroom as part of the biggest-ever sculpture project undertaken in Britain.
A map of Sri Lanka has been recreated with candlelight in Aberdeen in memory of the victims of the Easter Sunday terror attack.
Aberdeen is famously known as the Granite City, but the influence of those who have worked with the famous stone extends way beyond the north east.
Calls were yesterday made for the city council to reveal whether the vacant post of a senior director who resigned would be refilled.
More than 150 people have descended on Aberdeen’s Marischal College in a protest over climate change.
As Scotland’s first female bishop, the Rt Reverend Anne Dyer is as determined as ever to make a difference
It’s unseasonably warm as sunlight streams through the windows at Marischal College, and Anne Dyer tilts her face to the rays.
Australian student comes face to face with her great, great, great-grandfather at Aberdeen University
An Australian student has met with a long lost relative - fulfilling a long-held ambition.
Christmas arrived early in Aberdeen last night with the switch-on of the city's Castlegate tree and grand opening of the its “biggest and best” festive village so far.
University students have been given the chance to learn about the past through studying centuries-old bones.
North-east landmarks are to be lit up in pink and blue in solidarity with women who have lost a child.
Councillors will debate a potential £150 million Aberdeen city centre development today which could pave the way for more housing, shopping and leisure space.
Aberdeen’s chief social worker is leaving the city for a post in Edinburgh.
Aberdeen council chiefs are hoping for a better relationship with the Scottish Government following talks in Edinburgh.
Marischal College was lit up in blue and yellow last night to mark campaigning for World Down Syndrome Day.
Plans to finally tackle years of accumulated grime from the front of an historic city centre church have taken a step forward.
Aberdeen City Council has cancelled the opening of the HAAN Christmas Design Mark following Storm Caroline's arrival.
A security breach at Marischal College has sparked a plea to city council staff to be vigilant at all times.
The creator of the world-renowned Kelpies unveiled his latest labour of love in Aberdeen yesterday – a giant steel leopard.
People are being given the chance to see 20 decorated anchor sculptures together for the first time in Aberdeen.
Market stalls at this year’s Aberdeen Christmas market will be set up in the heart of the city’s most iconic granite building – with hopes the spot will become a festive beacon for shoppers across the north-east.
Police divers and a mountain rescue team have been called in as concerns grow for a missing Aberdeen woman.