Work to knock down Aberdeen's former exhibition centre is expected to begin in the coming weeks.
Aberdeen City Centre
Police have launched an operation aimed at keeping people safe on Christmas nights out - with officers urging people to "stay with friends or people you know".
Aberdeen city centre has become a winter wonderland as the Christmas village opened to the public.
Industry sector leaders are being invited to help shape future plans for Aberdeen's night-time economy.
More than 200 properties were without electricity following a power cut in Aberdeen.
Parts of Aberdeen are currently without power.
Firefighters were called to tackle a van blaze in Aberdeen.
Hundreds of people have gathered in Aberdeen city centre to take part in the global climate change protests.
An Aberdeen road was blocked after a two-vehicle crash.
Video: Emergency crews called after man jumps from one building to another on Aberdeen’s Market Street
A Police Scotland spokesman told the Evening Express the man had jumped from one building to another and sustained an ankle injury.
A total of 19 people were made subject to a 24-hour ban from Aberdeen city centre in the last two months.
An Aberdeen city centre road has reopened after repair work was completed ahead of schedule.
The case of Scott Connor Wiseman, 25, was heard at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
An Aberdeen Men's Shed group has been given permission to build portable cabins for its meetings.
Aberdeen bus passengers faced changes to their route this morning due to a city centre road closure.
Wilson Raissi, 21, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court over the matter.
Three youths have been charged in relation to antisocial behaviour following alleged incidents within the dispersal zone in Aberdeen city centre.
A bar operator today said the city centre was “imploding” as a shut down – with bosses blaming an increase in venues opening later and high business rates.
A new dispersal order to ban rowdy youngsters from the city centre for 24 hours has yet to be enforced.
Police will be able to ban rowdy youngsters from the city centre for 24 hours under a new dispersal zone which comes into force today.
Campaigners have unveiled designs for a new cycle path in the city centre.
Rowdy youths could be banned from Aberdeen city centre for 24 hours under police proposals to crack down on antisocial behaviour.
A witness said the injured man was unconscious with his head against the kerb when medical help arrived.
Aberdeen is set to ring in the changes with new telecommunication kiosks which will be officially unveiled this week.
An operation to tackle antisocial behaviour in Aberdeen city centre will continue until the end of the Easter holidays.
The spots around Aberdeen city centre to be transformed by this year’s Nuart Festival have been revealed.
Youngsters gathering in Aberdeen city centre are being urged to respect others by police during a new operation.
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.
Patrizia, the owner of the former BHS store unit in Union Street, has unveiled proposals to renovate the unit and demolish Aberdeen Indoor Market so it can build nine linked buildings in its place.
A new £1.3 million fund to revamp Aberdeen city centre has been welcomed.