An ambitious scheme to renovate a historic city centre church and deep clean its granite facades has been approved by planners.
A “disturbing” wave of graffiti is continuing to blight Aberdeen’s west end.
An Aberdeen cemetery, which contains the remains of more than 90 fallen war heroes has been badly affected by flash flooding.
Ambitious renovation plans for an Aberdeen city centre church have been lodged- with the scheme including a deep clean of its historic granite facades.
Aberdeen City Council is “neglecting” grass cutting in areas not on the judging route for prestigious competitions, it was claimed yesterday.
Thousands of children were made to live in fear by violent nuns who physically and sexually abused them at an Aberdeen care home.
A city councillor is urging people to make use of a bus link amid concerns for its future.
Police in Merseyside and the north-east are working with increasing sophistication to tackle the depredations of organised criminal gangs.
Aberdeen City Council have admitted they don’t have the funds to fix decaying road signs in the city, sparking safety fears.
Firefighters were called to an Aberdeen park to extinguish a pile of rubbish which had been set ablaze.
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.
An NHS Grampian facility has been forced to close its doors because of continuing staff shortages in Aberdeen.
Asbestos has been found at a second Aberdeen school just days before pupils return after the summer break.
Aberdeen council chiefs have not set aside any money for city centre regeneration after next year, a new report has revealed.
‘Make abusive comments online and we’ll exclude your kids’ – City council warns parents of their social media behaviour
Parents have reacted angrily to a council policy which warns that their social media posts could lead to children being excluded from school.
Drug deaths in Aberdeen have spiked as users mix dangerous cocktails of prescription and illegal substances, shocking new figures have revealed.
A diversion sign outside a city park raised eyebrows yesterday due to two unfortunate misspellings.
Aberdeen Music Centre will launch a new programme of extracurricular lessons for school pupils at the start of the academic year.
Hoax calls to Aberdeen firefighters are at a five-year high with the tying-up of vital resources described as “very worrying”.
Council chiefs have reached an agreement with grieving parents in a dispute over removing treasured mementos from children’s graves.
The city council has postponed plans to remove mementos from babies’ graves until officials have met with affected parents.
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.
A community claims plans for a new bus lane in the west end of the city will push traffic onto side streets already struggling to cope with the volume of cars.
Aberdeen council chiefs are planning for the city’s future - with the authority’s leader claiming the new Aberdeen bypass offers “huge opportunities”.
A call has been made for Greek and Latin to be more widely taught to Scottish children.
Members of an Aberdeen sports club say crippling business rate increases are to blame for the imminent closure of their home of almost 50 years.
An investigation has been ordered into how a prisoner slipped his guards before evading police for more than 14 hours during a city-wide manhunt.
Major resurfacing work is taking place on a busy Aberdeen street ridden with potholes.
A prominent councillor has defended himself against accusations of "misleading" the public over a letter claiming he set up a park group.
A city councillor has called for answers after hundreds of his constituents were hit by three blackouts three times in less than 10 days.
A video of the former first minister in a popular north-east Christmas panto will not be withdrawn despite provoking a political row.
Aberdeen schoolchildren celebrated the true spirit of Christmas yesterday at a blessing service for the nativity crib.