Council chiefs yesterday toured a new multi-million-pound community campus in Aberdeen ahead of its grand opening.
Taxi drivers will finally be allowed access through a controversial Aberdeen bus gate in the coming months.
Residents have chosen the name for a new health, community and housing centre in an Aberdeen’s Tillydrone.
The council has confirmed that one tonne salt bags have been delivered to communities across the city.
An online exhibition has been launched to gather the public's views on a proposed cycle route in Aberdeen.
A major Aberdeen infrastructure project may not be complete for five years, it emerged last night.
Motorists have been warned to expect traffic chaos as huge wind turbine parts are transported through Aberdeen over the next six weeks.
A long-awaited new transport bill leaves councils “hamstrung” to run their own bus companies - Aberdeen’s roads spokesman has said.
Aberdeen’s blind community is stepping up a campaign to improve safety on a “dangerous” street in Aberdeen.
Fresh calls have been made to ban vehicles from a partly-pedestrianised Aberdeen street after a video emerged showing a bus creeping up behind an oblivious young woman.
More than a dozen Aberdeen playparks will be spruced up in the coming months after being awarded a share of £500,000.
An action plan for Aberdeen’s old streets should be put in place by council chiefs, a city MSP has urged.
A council blunder which resulted in historic Aberdeen cassies being tarred over could “sett” back the city council more than £100,000, it has emerged.
Aberdeen City Council has been urged to enforce rules to ensure roads in historic areas are repaired appropriately, after workers used unsightly tarmac to fix a popular cobbled route.
The city council is seeking to accelerate plans to bring back publicly-operated buses - amid warnings the drivers’ strike is damaging efforts to get people out of their cars.
A mothballed Aberdeen landmark could be put up for sale because residents have struggled to raise the cash to revive it.
People who live and work in Torry are being invited to tour their local streets and have a say on how they could be improved.