Aberdeen’s Lady Provost will fight to win a city Westminster seat for Labour - competing against three of the city's councillors.
Aberdeen council bosses are still settling the final bill with contractors for the multi-million-pound city art gallery renovation.
A political row has broken out after Aberdeen City Council’s co-leader was accused of “weaponising” a government under-spend.
City councillors are being urged to back a campaign to reinstate the funding to give over-75s free TV licences.
Community leaders have been left horrified after vandals trashed an Aberdeen polling station.
Aberdeen City Council is spending more than £115,000 a day paying back loan debt – a sum higher than the hefty budget shortfall it is preparing to tackle.
The price of the long-awaited revamp of Aberdeen Art Gallery has rocketed by £4.5 million, according to newly-published council papers.
The SNP has called for Aberdeen City Council to scrap multi-million-pound plans to redevelop Union Terrace Gardens.
Public toilets, libraries and community centres could close under ‘heartbreaking’ Aberdeen City Council budget plans
The city council could close all of its public toilets, all but one of its libraries and axe all lollipop men and women in an effort save £45 million over the next year.
Members of a community have rounded on the "disgusting" vandals who attempted to scrawl Nazi and racist symbols in a children’s playpark.
Community leaders have blasted a Christmas Grinch terrorising their area's plantlife with a saw.
More than 300 European workers have quit their jobs at Aberdeen City Council since the Brexit vote, shock new figures have shown.
Aberdeen City Council is to review taxpayer-funded travel and accommodation spending in the wake of revelations about hotel claims by its chief executive.
The long-awaited redevelopment of Aberdeen's Union Terrace Gardens is again in doubt after it emerged council chiefs are still searching for a firm to undertake the work.
Scores of pupils will soon return to the city’s newest £47million academy after a two-week October break decked out in newly-polished shoes and crisp white shirts.
A council pledge to splash £100 million on new schools in Aberdeen has come under fire with an opposition group claiming costs had “soared”.
An SNP councillor has praised a local construction company on their work to revitalise an Aberdeen school.
Community leaders have slammed the “completely selfish” louts, who left discarded drug paraphernalia in the playground of a city school.
A company has been forced to apologise after bags of used car parts were dumped along a popular coastal path.
A major data breach at Aberdeen City Council has resulted in hundreds of confidential tax forms being sent to the wrong employees.
Residents have demanded that a “disgusting” council recycling centre is tidied up.
Sporting stars and prominent politicians have urged Aberdonians to get behind the city’s “other” football team ahead of the biggest game in its history.
Aberdeen council’s co-leader has launched a stinging attack on her opposition rival calling for him to apologise “for undermining the council” in a bitter dispute over outsourcing.
Council chiefs are preparing plans to boost Aberdeen city centre’s population by more than 20% in less than 20 years time.
City council leaders have indicated they will not push ahead with proposals which would give unelected officers new powers.
Four new directors, with salaries totalling almost £500,000, have been appointed at Aberdeen City Council.
The city council was yesterday accused of wasting money over proposed plans to spend £30,000 on new uniforms for staff.
A telecoms provider has admitted it was caught out by demand for its services – despite years of campaigning from hundreds of residents.
City council officers fear parents could take legal action over plans to subsidise travel for children travelling to a new Aberdeen school.
The city council’s opposition SNP leader has blamed Brexit for a downgrading of the authority’s credit rating.
Council co-leader Jenny Laing has said the authority had shown “clear failure” on the Wellington Brae repair scandal on the eve of a crunch meeting into the issue.
Scottish Labour’s leadership hopefuls must make their position clear on the “rogue” suspended Aberdeen councillors, the council’s SNP leader has said.