Plans to demolish two buildings on the site of a historic Aberdeen mansion have been backed by council planners.
A plan to roll-out a new rebranded council logo has been dismissed as a “vanity project” by opposition councillors.
Eyewitnesses have described the moment an old north-east care home was destroyed in a fire.
An Aberdeen city centre monument is to be restored and buildings on Union Street repaired in a bid to regenerate the heart of the city.
An application to turn an 18th century house in Aberdeen into a pub has been recommended for approval.
Nine Labour councillors will have their suspension kept under review, after a meeting of party chiefs.
A major investigation involving police and fire chiefs was due to get under way today after a blaze ripped through a former care home.
Designs have been finalised for a memorial dedicated to victims and families affected by the Aberdeen baby ashes scandal.
Party chiefs are set to discuss the fate of nine suspended Aberdeen Labour councillors tomorrow, the Evening Express can reveal.
A Scottish Minister has pledged to raise the issue of soaring business rates within the fish processing industry, following a visit to the North-east.
Council chiefs are set to investigate a request to set up a segregated cycle path on Aberdeen’s Union Street.
New traffic surveys are set to be carried out into proposals to pedestrianise eight Aberdeen streets in the evenings.
Residents in Aberdeen are being urged to cut back foliage from pavements and roads to ensure people have a clear passageway.
The creation of an Aberdeen tourist tax is one of the proposals being considered as part of a cultural action plan for Aberdeen.
The NHS and Royal Bank of Scotland are both eyeing a move into Marischal Square, the Evening Express can reveal today.
A union boss today called for “open and honest information” on how many jobs will be lost at Aberdeen City Council and where they will fall.
Aberdeen City Council is set to roll out a new crest as part of a rebranding of the organisation after a lack of “coherent and clear visual identity”.
A plan to allow airport taxi drivers to pass on a drop-off charge to passengers is a way to “rip off a larger percentage” of residents, according to claims by a councillor.
More than 1,300 books have been gifted to some of Aberdeen's poorest children as part of a scheme delivered by country and western star Dolly Parton.
Businesses are being invited to saddle up and help to turn Aberdeen into a cycling hub when an elite event returns next month.
At Aberdeen City Council a total of eight council employees cost the taxpayer more than £100,000 a year – including pension and other payments.
A union chief has called for all taxi drivers in Aberdeen to be balloted over a potential move to increase fares by 5%.
Aberdeen council spin doctor given ‘eye-watering’ £63,000 pay-off after only two-and-a-half years in post
A former Aberdeen City Council spin doctor received a pay-off of more than £63,000, the Evening Express can reveal today.
A petition to create a segregated cycle path on Union Street is set to be discussed by councillors this week.
Plans have been approved to change the use of a sandwich shop into a hot food takeaway.
NHS Grampian is encouraging people across the North-east to download a new app designed to help those suffering from dementia.
A North-east woman will be putting her best foot forward at the London Marathon later this month for a sight loss charity.
An energy company has announced a £220,000 fund to help flood-hit communities improve their resilience to flooding.
A sports centre is set to close for four weeks next month, as work begins on a £250,000 renovation project.
The chairman of a community council has stepped down in the wake of revelations about an anti-Kingsford Stadium protest group.