A new Malaysian restaurant and cultural centre could open in the summer, if plans are approved.
For more than 500 years choral voices have been heard at Aberdeen's King's College and now they will be heard around the world with the launch of a new record label.
A £35 million regeneration project for two Aberdeen communities has been driven by "people power", a council boss has said.
Staff at a newly opened crematorium are due to don kilts at work.
A preferred bidder for Aberdeen's £415 million harbour expansion could be selected next month.
A group of residents have paid a second visit to a sewage treatment works - after more than £10 million was spent on it.
Six people have been charged and 18 motorbikes seized as a police crackdown gathers pace.
A total of 13 youths have been reported by police for antisocial behaviour in a city community.
A Doric trail is one of the initiatives being considered to strengthen tourism in the North-east.
Protesters made a passionate plea direct to councillors to save a granite school building and "create a legacy they can be proud of".
Dozens of protesters turned out today against plans to bulldoze a former Aberdeen school building.
A Councillor has raised concerns that control room closures in Aberdeen are continuing at a "lightning pace".
Plans to create a world-renowned multi-use community sports facility in Aberdeen have been given the go ahead.
A community leader today said one of the options to target an Aberdeen congestion blackspot would be an "absolute no-go."
A heritage group is calling on residents to rally together in support of saving a former school building.
Councillors will be asked to formally approve plans to spend £80,000 on two new community bus services.
Proposals to begin carrying out the pedestrianisation of Aberdeen city centre have taken a step forward.
Plans for a new Cuban bar in an Aberdeen shopping centre have taken a step forward.
An Aberdeen pub has been given consent to remove bouncers from its doors from Sunday to Thursday due to falling numbers of weekday revellers.
Steps for a new cafe within an Aberdeen cook school have moved forward.
Later licensing hours have been backed to mark the Queen's 90th birthday.
A new Aberdeen steakhouse has been granted its alcohol licence.
A new North-east MSP will continue working as a city councillor - but donate his salary to charity.
Plans have been approved to build more than 100 homes on the site of a former jail.
A North-east after-school club today said improvements were under way after inspectors graded it "unsatisfactory".
The SNP held Aberdeen South and North Kincardine as the Scottish Conservatives leapfrogged from fourth to second place.
A new report today said the full closure and pedestrianisation of Aberdeen’s Broad Street would “impact significantly” on city centre travel.
A Catholic school could be closed and merged with another school under plans being considered by council officers.
A man who fought a 16-year legal battle over laptop payments is hoping to have a fresh case heard before the courts.
A 10-year-old boy with cerebral palsy was to take on a one-mile journey in his wheelchair today for a fund in his name.