Little ones will get the chance to learn about music and performing with two classes on offer at an Aberdeen theatre.
Fresh plans have been lodged to carry out landscaping works at a historic mansion in Aberdeen
Aberdeen City Council has faced difficulty with some transport projects it wants to pursue as part of the City Region Deal, according to a new report.
Restrictions will be in place on a busy Aberdeen road while Scottish Water works are carried out.
Concerns have been raised about the level of animal cruelty cases in the North-east.
An MP today claimed the North-east is “forgotten” when it comes to civil service jobs.
Health bosses are encouraging as many people as possible to take part in a public consultation on the future of nine minor injury units.
Controversial taxi firm Uber has been granted a licence to operate in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Harbour Board today said it would welcome the opportunity to consider calls for a new ferry route to Scandinavia.
An Aberdeen city centre street which has been closed for more than a year is set to reopen in May.
A charity regulator has launched an inquiry into Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF).
Plans to turn a former nursery back into a house have been given the go-ahead.
A busy section of road is set to close on three separate occasions for work on a railway bridge to be carried out.
A typhoid outbreak, endorphins and the world’s first MRI scanner are some of the North-east milestones being marked as the NHS in Scotland turns 70.
Scottish Conservative MPs have said they will keep a “watching brief” on the progress of tax changes to help the North Sea oil and gas sector.
A certificate of lawfulness has been issued to a vacant former takeaway.
New figures have revealed more than 2,200 attacks were made against Aberdeenshire Council staff in the last five years.
A care home has received positive feedback during a recent inspection.
Aberdeen has a “golden opportunity” to learn from the success of regeneration schemes in other parts of Scotland, with £2.4 million available to enhance Union Street’s most important buildings.
A warning over fly-tipping has been issued after it emerged that more than 2,200 illegal dumps have been made in the last few years.
A crowdfunding appeal has helped bring superfast broadband to part of a North-east village.
A parking restriction will be in place on an Aberdeen residential street for more than three weeks to allow for gas main works to be carried out.
New figures show fewer police staff dealing with more incidents after closure of Aberdeen control room
The closure of the police control room in Aberdeen has left fewer staff dealing with more incidents in Dundee, new statistics have shown.
Around 600 women and girls from low-income homes in Aberdeen have signed up to a six-month pilot to receive free sanitary products since its launch in July.
New figures have revealed there are still 150 vacancies across schools in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
An extension bridge has been proposed to create a new link to Union Street.
An Aberdeen road is set to close for four days while water connection works are carried out.
A poker event has helped raise more than £5,500 for specialist palliative care.
More than half of Aberdeen City Council’s budget for 2018/19 will come via business rates, it has been revealed.
Aberdeen City Council will continue with a study to develop a low emissions zone in the city, after approval from councillors.