A number of city centre roads will close tomorrow to make way for Aberdeen's Torcher Parade.
A car has been damaged in what is thought to have been a hit-and-run.
Five members of staff are also facing redundancy at the charity as a result of the changes.
Police have been called to a crash on the Aberdeen bypass.
A north-east supermarket will receive a £3.5 million makeover.
A man in his 50s has been taken to hospital after falling off his bike in Aberdeen today.
Council leaders in the north-east have warned they will reach a point when providing certain services becomes “unsustainable”.
Patients are being asked to plan ahead for journeys to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary as a busy road closes for almost two months.
The programme has been launched for Aberdeen’s first ever dolphin festival.
An Aberdeen road will become one way tomorrow while works are carried out by a digital network provider.
Work to turn a former Aberdeen primary school into homes and community facilities could begin in around a year.
Two Aberdeen universities have joined a call for clarity over the loss of research funding as a result of Britain leaving the EU.
A new multi-million-pound concert venue has entered a flagship business partnership with an Aberdeen secondary school.
Aberdeen City Council is relying on agency drivers to keep its waste collections running – with 15 vacancies open for drivers.
Forty new jobs will be created at an Aberdeen hotel when it opens its expanded function suite.
A north-east councillor has been sanctioned for failing to declare a shareholding in a company.
A north-east college is to hold an experience and careers day on Wednesday.
A one-way restriction is set to be introduced on an Aberdeen road for five days.
More than 95% of Aberdeenshire pupils are moving on to positive destinations once they leave school, new figures have shown.
Councillors have been asked to give their views on an action plan to tackle child poverty.
An option for children to attend school part-time will be under discussion by councillors next week.
A decision has been taken to mothball a north-east primary school for another academic year.
A public consultation is expected to begin later this month to gather views on new school holiday dates across Aberdeenshire.
Fred and Lesley Higgins, from Laurencekirk, who beat the odds to win the UK’s 14th largest-ever lottery jackpot in July, said their £57,957,367 EuroMillions windfall is finally “beginning to sink in”.
Work has been carried out to repair an Aberdeen school walking route which was at times “impassible”.
Councillors voted seven to six in favour of stopping the scheme, meaning parking charges will be reintroduced at the five car parks from April 1.
A contractor could be appointed within the next two weeks to deliver a £25 million transformation of Union Terrace Gardens.
Proposals to make two Aberdeen roads one-way in a bid to reduce damage to parked cars have been narrowly rejected by councillors.
A survivor of the horrific A90 crash which killed three people today thanked a bus driver for saving her life.
Former council homes in the north-east bought under Right to Buy and resold have made a combined profit of more than £192 million since 2000.