The Scottish Transport Secretary has donated bikes and helmets to two north-east organisations.
Food caddy liners will no longer be posted to residents across Aberdeen from next month.
Oil firm BP today announced a £1 million investment in Aberdeen Art Gallery.
Campaigners say Aberdeen’s Castlegate can be “impossible” to access for those with a range of disabilities including visually impaired people, those with mobility issues and wheelchair users.
Temporary traffic signals will be in use until next week on a city centre road.
Plans to build a new cemetery in a north-east town have received unanimous approval.
A councillor has hit out at a city committee convener accusing him of an “abuse of power” at a recent local authority meeting.
Staff have been praised following a recent inspection of a school.
Talks are taking place to bring the UK’s largest professional bike race to the north-east.
A public drop-in event will be held next week to discuss the future of a road bridge.
Plans have been approved to turn a former Aberdeen office into a funeral parlour.
More than 70% of visitors surveyed at Aberdeen’s Christmas Village said it was “better or much better” last year.
The First Minister has hailed the AWPR as “transformative” for the region with initial estimates showing the new route has cut journey times by half.
A north-east MSP has praised a charity for making more than 6,000 palliative care visits across the north-east.
A regional transport body is looking for the public’s input to shape its long-term vision for travel in the north-east.
A national tour has paid a visit to the north-east to encourage pupils to keep their environment litter-free.
A GROUP has been created to advise on health and safety on Scottish commercial fishing vessels.
THERE are many ways to get in touch to express an interest in fostering a child in Aberdeenshire.
It has emerged that additional lights would be fitted to vehicles and head torches issued to workers to combat concerns over operating in the dark.
Concerns have been raised over the impact of Brexit after new figures revealed more than 100 teachers in the city are non-UK EU nationals.
A 200-bedroom Hilton and a 150-bedroom Aloft were both granted permission to sell alcohol until 1am Monday to Sunday.
It was a fatal shooting in his native Ireland that gave north-east trade unionist Tommy Campbell his first experience of campaigning for change.
An Aberdeen councillor today vowed not to pay a new £30 charge for garden waste collections.
A special information event for potential foster carers is taking place at an Aberdeen community centre this week.
Eight weeks of ground investigations are to get under way at a busy north-east junction from Monday.
A hotel chain has applied for permission to serve alcohol at a new hotel’s rooftop terrace.
As controversy continues over a new £30 brown bin charge being introduced, Aberdeen City Council co-leaders Jenny Laing and Douglas Lumsden tell readers why they made the decision.
The leader of a conservation project has urged Aberdeen's city leaders to enhance security at derlict buildings following a fire at a historic school.
A north-east multiple sclerosis sufferer who fears she may never stand again has appealed for help to fund a trip to Mexico for life-changing treatment.
An Aberdeen MSP has praised an organisation for strengthening cultural ties between Poland and Scotland.