An Aberdeen MSP will hold an event for European citizens living in the city.
In a report due before the Integration Joint Board (IJB) next week, officers recommend the cash be freed up to fund a member of staff who will help to provide for the needs of people who have been arrested and brought in to the Kittybrewster custody suite.
The speed limit on an Aberdeen road will be reduced for more than six months.
Contracts for a number of major Aberdeen projects are due to be signed by the end of this month.
Aberdeen City Council has introduced a parking restriction on a series of roads in the city.
Plans for a famed Aberdeen attraction could change if the building is in a worse condition than expected.
The project will look to create a link with other major projects currently being built or facilitated, such as Union Terrace Gardens and Provost Skene’s House.
A pensioner has hit out at Aberdeen City Council after the price of a “lifeline” service more than doubled.
Police officers are asking rural landowners and farmers to be vigilant after a number of properties have been targeted in the past week.
Some of the most idyllic beaches in the north-east have been recognised for their high environmental standards.
A one-way restriction is to be put in place while high-speed internet is installed in a city community.
Four separate areas of the north-east have been hit by power issues overnight.
A baby has been saved from an Aberdeen house following a gas explosion.
A lifeboat rescue operation was launched for a rudderless yacht off the coast of the north-east.
The decision to award a contract for more than 300 council homes has been delayed.
A north-east postmaster claims he may be forced to close due to crippling business rates and a lack of cash from the Post Office.
The opening date for a new Aberdeen attraction has been pushed back again – and the budget for the work is £2.3 million more than originally anticipated.
Council officers have recommended that plans for a taxi rank at the new P&J Live are approved by councillors.
The triumph of a north-east football team has been heralded in the Scottish Parliament.
A newly-elected MEP has pledged to do his utmost to “stop Brexit”.
Engineers were drafted in following issues at two sets of traffic lights in Aberdeen this morning.
A north-east town will celebrate the life of a famous war poet.
A section of the A92 has reopened following a two-car crash this morning.
Plans to convert a former chapel into housing have been accepted by the local authority.
A city centre road has shut for resurfacing works.
Road closures have been announced for a popular Aberdeen charity run.
Hundreds of comic book fans cleared shelves and snapped up bargains following the announcement that Aberdeen’s Forbidden Planet shop is to close.
A Strictly Come Dancing star and popular Youtuber has paid a visit to the north-east.
Four people were injured in a crash on a north-east road.
The SNP swung to victory across the north-east with large majority wins in both Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire in last night’s European Elections.