A former Aberdeen school is being investigated amid allegations of child abuse.
Former council finance convener Willie Young was absent from the protest in UTG, but insisted he was “right behind” the suspended group.
Aberdeen council workers have started demolishing a city wall - without knowing who owns it.
Scotland’s spending watchdog has concluded that no further action is needed over the city council “wallgate” scandal.
Former city council finance convener Willie Young is to be made a Deputy Lieutenant of Aberdeen.
The city council is poised to launch a mole hunt after private information was allegedly leaked to the former leading councillor at the centre of the “wallgate” controversy.
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.
An historic wall at the centre of a political storm in the north-east has been completely demolished by workmen.
Work has restarted on a controversial land repair project in Aberdeen, which was at the centre of a political storm involving more than £200,000 of public money.
A woman at the centre of a land repair row has broken her silence after councillors voted down attempts to recover the costs of repairing the wall on Wellington Brae.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of work to an Aberdeen footpath at the centre of a political storm is expected to be formally approved today.
An audit body has said it will decide on an investigation into the controversial allocation of £200,000 of public money for wall repairs on land owned by the family of a former leading councillor, after a council investigation is concluded.
A 34-year-old Inverness man who burst his partner's eardrum after hitting her with a rolled-up magazine was ordered to carry out 180 hours of unpaid work yesterday.
This year's council elections have already had a significant impact on the face of local politics in Scotland.
The writing was on the wall for Willie Young’s political career long before he was engulfed in a polling week controversy.
Aberdeen City Council finance chief Willie Young has lost his Bridge of Don seat.
Finance convener Willie Young last night confirmed his father is the owner of land at the centre of a £200,000 repair bill row.
Aberdeen's SNP group has written to Audit Scotland, asking the national body to investigate the Wellington Brae land dispute.
Aberdeen finance boss Willie Young last night denied owning a piece of land at the centre of a £200,000 repair bill row.
Title deeds seen by the Press and Journal states the land the wall is on is currently owned by Mr Young and his wife Hazel.
More than £200,000 of public money has been set aside to fix a boundary wall on land owned by Aberdeen council's finance boss Willie Young.
A north-east MSP has called on Aberdeen City Council to provide rigorous training to newly-elected councillors.
An Aberdeen councillor has voiced fears that a derelict swimming pool could become a target for vandals and fireraisers.
Aberdeen City Council's finance convenor will today write to the Scottish Government to request north-east companies are protected from business rate hikes.
The iconic ceramic poppies travelling the UK as part of the World War I centenary commemorations could come to Aberdeen if a bid to host an exhibition is successful.
Aberdeen City Council has denied claims they organised tarot card readings sessions for staff members.
A petition has been launched calling for Aberdeen City Council to scrap plans to send out a "legacy" report on the work of its Labour-led administration.
Sending out a 12-page magazine on the "legacy" of Aberdeen City Council throughout the past five years could cost taxpayers £40,000.
A new report shows that the Aberdeen bypass project has cost two north-east local authorities more than £82million since 2013.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen have said they are urgently looking to fix botched works which resulted in historic city centre cobbles being tarmacked over.
Hotels in Aberdeen could be hit with a "tourism tax" to generate cash to rejuvenate the city.
Aberdeen finance chief Willie Young last night called on Jeremy Corbyn to resign "sooner rather than later" for the good of Labour.