Talks are under way to bring a post office back to an Aberdeen community.
Staff shortages and budget cuts have led to fears that vulnerable Aberdeen youngsters are now being denied face-to-face help from expert psychologists.
Aberdeen motorists face months of disruption and road closures around a notorious traffic bottleneck as aging gas lines are replaced ahead of a multi-million pound roads project.
Historic Aberdeen hall could face wrecking ball after council put £100,000 price tag on transferring control to fitness club
Plans to convert a disused community hall into a martial arts and fitness centre have collapsed after the council asked for £100,000 for the building.
Motorists have been warned to expect "significant delays" during six weeks of traffic misery, with vital roadworks due to start at a notorious Aberdeen bottleneck.
Home Office bosses have pledged to bring a new UK citizenship testing centre to Aberdeen by the end of the year.
An Aberdeen MSP has written to the health secretary over a “significant” reduction in the budget for research into end of life care.
An Aberdeen MSP has raised fears that dangerous untaxed and uninsured vehicles are being driven on the city’s roads - due to there not being enough enforcement from transport bosses.
An Aberdeen anaesthetist is leading a campaign to raise awareness of the dangers fatigue can pose to health workers.
Families claim they “are struggling to sleep at night” after being given just three months’ notice to leave their homes by Aberdeen University.
Children at an Aberdeen school which has been without a head teacher for almost two years feel that bullying complaints are not being addressed.
North-east MSP insists it’s not all ‘doom and gloom’ despite papermill staff facing uncertain future
Almost 500 staff face an uncertain future once more following the collapse of a deal to save a north-east papermill from closure.
Plans to delay cutting Air Passenger Duty (APD) have been described as a “bitter blow” for Aberdeen.
A politician has called for crisis talks aimed at helping those affected by the impending closure of a lifeline children's charity.
An Aberdeen MSP has said he “remains hopeful” that a derelict arcade of Aberdeen shops will be knocked down ahead of a multi-million pound redevelopment of the area.
A post office in Aberdeen is due to close this weekend.
An Aberdeen MSP has urged developers to consider adopting an abandoned “eyesore” arcade of shops as part of their plans for city’s Haudagain triangle area.
An action group containing some of the nation's top business brains has been assembled to secure the future of a closure-threatened Aberdeen paper mill.
ScotRail's under-fire boss has vowed to visit Aberdeen to address a rising tide of complaints, following another day of chaos for customers in the north-east.
Aberdeen residents believe that people parking "inconsiderately" at a zebra crossing in Dyce could lead to a pedestrian becoming injured on the road.
New bus services were launched yesterday to help business travellers and holidaymakers cut down their travel time to get to the city airport.
‘The whole city is behind them’: Politicians, management and unions unite in meeting over Stoneywood paper mill future
Politicians, managers and union leaders have held high-level talks on how they can support hundreds of factory workers whose employment at Aberdeen's last paper mill is under threat.
Nicola Sturgeon confirms that a taskforce to help workers at the at-risk Stoneywood Mill is being considered
Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed steps have been made to consider whether a taskforce should be set up to help the troubled Stoneywood paper mill.
Council chiefs have been urged to use legal powers to buy a derelict arcade of “eyesore” Aberdeen shops ahead of a massive development of the area.
Concerns over the length of time it is taking to recruit a permanent chief executive for NHS Grampian have been raised.
A contractor has been appointed to oversee an £18million project to end the gridlock at a notorious north-east roundabout.
A north-east MSP has demanded answers from rail bosses over the “woefully inadequate” service which has been offered in recent weeks.
Developers have met with angry residents living on an Aberdeen street who claim a new housing development is blocking out light to their homes.
An MSP has requested a meeting with Easyjet bosses after it axed its popular Aberdeen to Gatwick route.
An Aberdeen MSP is trying to convene a public meeting after concerns were raised that a new housing estate will block out the light in a picturesque city street.
Train bosses have been urged to get back on track and urgently repair an electric car charging point.
Council apologises to residents after homes on picturesque Aberdeen street surrounded by mounds of earth
Council chiefs have apologised to residents of an Aberdeen street surrounded by massive mounds of earth for not providing adequate information ahead of the development.