A proposed £50 million stadium could still be delivered on schedule if planning consent is granted in January, the Dons said today.
Hundreds of cleaners and catering staff have met the chief executive of Aberdeen City Council over concerns for their jobs.
Aberdeen City Council has indicated it plans to pull funding for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
A shamed Aberdeen MSP suspended from his party today said he stands ready to “fully co-operate” with any investigation.
The SNP has suspended an Aberdeen MSP after fresh allegations were made about his conduct.
Plans have been approved to raise a historic bridge as part of a flood prevention scheme.
An Aberdeen councillor has been accused of trying to “make a political point” out of Remembrance Sunday.
A petition has been raised calling for action to be taken to stop a new bypass junction turning into a “traffic blackspot”.
Part of a busy road is to close overnight as work is carried out by Scottish Water.
Street traders have hit out over a potential bid to make them move their food vans at the end of each day.
Fire casualties and accidental house blazes in Aberdeen have dropped in the last six months, according to new figures.
A controlled parking zone in Aberdeen could be extended in a bid to help residents struggling to park near their homes.
A group of former tenants of a vibrating flat block are taking steps to sue a council for alleged negligence.
New aerial images reveal how a £47 million academy in Aberdeen is taking shape.
A shake-up of recycling services across Aberdeen prompted almost 7,000 calls complaining about missed collections, it was revealed today.
New signs could be put up beside the Third Don Crossing as part of a bid to deter speeding drivers entering an Aberdeen community.
A lifeboat was launched after a red flare was seen by a member of the public.
A North-east fish and chip shop has been named as one of the top three new chipper businesses in the UK.
Councillors are set to discuss scrapping a policy that prevents street traders selling food and drinks near Aberdeen schools.
Taxis could be given the green light to use a controversial Aberdeen bus gate, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Two former prime ministers have led tributes to an ex-Aberdeen MP who passed away aged 68.
A man has admitted spitting at and trying to bite police after stealing sunglasses and cosmetics from a shop.
Former Aberdeen MP Frank Doran has passed away, aged 68.
Plans have been lodged to turn a prominent city centre office building into a new hotel.
A topping out ceremony has been carried out at a new £13 million primary school.
Plans to build a new supermarket on the site of a former garage have been approved.
A man who has gowned around 30,000 students on their graduation day has retired after 16 years.
A care home’s dementia garden has been shortlisted for a national award.
Six North-east locations have been named as among the 51 best places to see examples of Scotland’s geology.
Plans have been lodged to create an outdoor seating area at Marischal Square.