A decision to scrap plans to introduce late night bin collections in Aberdeen has been hailed as a “victory for common sense”.
Aberdeen City Council
Food-growing spaces could be created in newly-built schools and nurseries across Aberdeen, a council report has revealed.
Refuse workers in Aberdeen will not have their shifts changed following a consultation into the possibility of late-night collections.
Part of an Aberdeen road is shut today for BT works.
The closure is to allow repairs to the road due to subsidence linked to the old houses that existed on the site.
Councillors have been urged to back multi-million-pound plans to reopen an Aberdeen swimming pool.
Improvements could be made at eight more city schools if the second phase of funding for expanded childcare is approved next week.
Further consultation is required on plans to build a new replacement primary school in Aberdeen.
Councillors have rejected a last-ditch attempt to build a new replacement Roman Catholic school in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen City Council’s winter roads budget could be extended should the weather be worse than anticipated, councillors have been told.
A road safety plan for the next three years has been approved by Aberdeen councillors.
Children and young people packed into Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom to celebrate a year of outstanding achievements.
Plans to turn a former Aberdeen community centre into a business premises have been given the green light.
There are currently no named operators, but one could be used as a pizza takeaway and the other a sandwich bar.
Free sanitary products will now be made available at four public buildings in Aberdeen.
A hotel on the site of Aberdeen’s new international concert and events venue has had its official opening.
Aberdeen councillors have been asked to proceed with plans to create a new primary school and relocate two others.
Tackling fuel poverty is one of the important strands of Aberdeen City Council’s anti-poverty strategy.
New residential properties could spring up within Aberdeen’s historic lanes, council planners have claimed.
Building a sense of community and encouraging residents living in regeneration areas across Aberdeen to join activities is an important part of many organisations.
Work to build a waterside residential development of more than 1,000 homes in Aberdeen could begin at the end of next year, it has been revealed.
The total cost of the refurbishment to Aberdeen Art Gallery might not be known until it opens its doors.
Four new primary schools are to open in Aberdeen in the next three years.
Council bosses are developing a new strategy this year outlining how to increase opportunities for residents to grow their own food.
Aberdeen housing associations have joined up with CityFibre to put tenants at the front of the queue for gigabit-speed broadband.
Aberdeen's Santa parade which has been running for more than 20 years has been cancelled.
The report also reveals that “failing to look properly” is the most common cause of crashes, followed by poor turn or manoeuvre and failure to judge another person’s path accurately.
Union chiefs say the chances of Aberdeen bin workers striking due to a proposed shift change have been reduced following talks.
An MP has called for the local authority to reconsider allowing private hire vehicle to use a controversial Aberdeen bus gate.
Eight Aberdeen high-rises could become listed buildings.