Plans to create a crypt to house thousands of human remains inside an Aberdeen kirk have been given the go-ahead.
A total of 15 sites across Aberdeen have been earmarked to develop new homes, according to a report.
A health boss has urged women across the north-east to take their smear test.
Pressure is mounting on contractors, with the target date to open the final section of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) of the end of January now just over a week away.
Aberdeen City Council has achieved Fairtrade city status for another two years.
Staff from a north-east social enterprise are to be given rainbow lanyards to promote equal rights and safety.
North-east councils have welcomed a £4 million fund to increase the number of places where free sanitary products are provided.
Inspectors have praised staff at a north-east nursery for making children feel safe, nurtured and included.
NHS Grampian has identified seven locations which could be used to develop GP surgeries and medical centres in the future.
A public consultation has started to find out people’s views into possible routes for a new cycle and pedestrian link.
Mill in Aberdeen whose owners entered administration ‘working to secure new buyer in coming weeks’ – boss
The manager of an Aberdeen paper mill whose owners were put into administration said today that they are committed to securing a buyer in the “coming weeks”.
Plans to redevelop a travellers’ site will be put before councillors next week.
A developer has launched a bid to no longer provide affordable homes as part of plans to transform a former office building.
Safety concerns had been raised by parents over pupils walking from Cove to the new Lochside Academy at Nigg.
A business case behind the creation of Aberdeen’s second Cruyff Court will go before councillors for their approval next week.
Plans to reduce non-recyclable bin collections across Aberdeenshire to every three weeks could be approved next week.
A new initiative to fast-track homeless people in Aberdeen into permanent accommodation has been approved.
Many autistic children across Aberdeen are missing “significant and concerning” amounts of school, a group supporting kids with additional support needs has claimed.
An MP has welcomed an increase to the number of flights from the north-east to Amsterdam.
The First Minister has today confirmed she will ask the Minister for Business to consider whether a taskforce should be set up to help a troubled Aberdeen papermill stay in operation.
An Aberdeen community's pub has been granted permission to stay open an hour later on Friday and Saturday nights.
A historic Aberdeen hospital building is set to undergo a £10 million refurbishment and reopen as a top-class hotel.
Bars across Aberdeen city centre have been granted permission to stay open until 3am despite widespread criticism from nightclub operators.
An Aberdeen hotel has been granted permission to sell alcohol in its new extension which will open this year.
City council leaders have written to Finance Secretary Derek Mackay calling for Aberdeen to retain £28 million in business rates.
A north-east aquarium is joining others from around the world to tackle plastic pollution.
New parking restrictions could soon be introduced to improve visibility over an Aberdeen bridge.
A Tory councillor suspended over sexual harassment allegations could be formally removed as depute provost in March.
Councillors are being asked to increase fostering and adoption allowances by 3% when they meet this week.
The newly-appointed chairwoman of NHS Grampian has said she wants to focus on the involvement of patients.