Aberdeen City Council has committed more than half a million pounds to commission a service for young carers along with a grant scheme.
A new benefit set to be fully rolled out across the city next month could lead to an increased risk of owing rent, according to a new report.
A public hearing is to take place into controversial plans to build three new restaurants on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
A call has been made for more transparency over repairs to a section of the new Aberdeen bypass as new images reveal the scale.
Bosses at Donald Trump’s north-east golf course claim they have been “cut off” by a lack of signage on the new AWPR.
A traffic order lodged by Aberdeen City Council suggests a new section of the AWPR could open early next month.
Two north-east businesses have pledged £40,000 between them to ensure the future of a road safety event.
Developers no longer have to pay affordable housing contributions if building homes in Aberdeen city centre, following a new policy move.
Aberdeen City Council has identified the posts which will be lost in a bid to save more than £10 million.
The Scottish Government has formally notified the Court of Session today that they intend to challenge Alex Salmond’s judicial review against them.
Opposition councillors have criticised Aberdeen council’s ruling coalition for failing to stick to a housing plan – claiming it has resulted in a £154 million black hole.
Councillors have approved plans to flatten a historic Aberdeen landmark to make way for a £100 million “urban village”.
There has been a call for speedy action after the revelation Aberdeenshire is among the worst areas for broadband speeds in the country.
Funding proposals for affordable housing in Aberdeen have been agreed.
A decision on who will take over a site at the centre of a clash between Aberdeen’s most famous boxer and a local garden centre has been delayed.
Parking is to be free after 5pm in parts of Aberdeen city centre for a trial period.
According to a project source, the road could have opened last month but didn’t, in order to accommodate Go North East – which welcomed thousands of people including pedestrians and cyclists to the route.
Aberdeen's indoor market and former BHS store could be transformed under new plans.
An Aberdeen cancer support centre will welcome a dietician to give advice at one of its coffee mornings.
Proposals have been put forward to relocate Aberdeen Sheriff Court and demolish part of the Town House to make way for a new £150 million residential quarter.
An Aberdeen councillor has been suspended by the Scottish Conservative party until next year.
School pupils across the north-east have been warned not to bring in scissors which were included in a Back to School stationery pack.
A union has called for an investigation into asbestos exposure to be completed “sooner rather than later”.
A new £122,000 home insulation programme has been unveiled in Aberdeen.
An oil and gas service company is expected to be the next occupant of a new city centre office and leisure development.
Plans have been approved to build 130 affordable homes within an industrial estate.
More than £7 million has been set aside to carry out repairs to 64 council buildings across the city as part of an overall £27 million three-year programme.
Residents in Aberdeenshire have around two weeks left to give their views on proposed changes to the area’s recycling and waste services.
An MSP has said “major lessons” need to be learned after it emerged planners have recommended flattening an Aberdeen landmark.
The wife of a man who almost died after his heart stopped for seven minutes has raised more than £2,500 for a new defibrillator to “save another life”.