The Aberdeen City War Memorial has been illuminated once again, allaying fears the famous lion could be left in the dark for months.
Concerns were raised last week the lights surrounding the granite sculpture and pillars outside Cowdray Hall on Schoolhill were shut off due to concerns over a planning issue.
New LED lights were installed at the site as part of the £30 million redevelopment of the Art Gallery and Cowdray Hall.
However, they had been switched off because of confusion regarding planning permission and listed building consent not being in place.
But the city’s historic memorial to those who died fighting for their country has been lit up at night once more.
Michael Hutchison, councillor for the George Street and Harbour ward, said: “I’m very pleased to see a swift resolution has been found here. The new lighting is simple, respectful and makes it clear that this is the city’s war memorial.”