A number of Aberdeen roads will be closed to make way for this year’s bonfire night celebrations.
Aberdeen City Council
Plans have been submitted to convert storage units into a flat.
An Aberdeen park group has organised an event to encourage the community to come together and make bug hotels.
A local authority in Aberdeen has today said it will heighten security at two closed school sites after community leaders raised concerns.
A look at the original plans to widen a busy bridge sheds light on Aberdeen’s unusual two-level design of its main thoroughfare.
Aberdeen council has issued a deadline for residents applying for free salt bags.
A housebuilder has been selected to redevelop a housing site.
A cycle group has bought two new textbooks for north-east councils – in the hope they will help improve infrastructure for cyclists.
Almost 40 fire extinguishers have been found abandoned in an Aberdeen playpark after a break-in at a derelict school.
Dozens of drivers are flouting a road ban on an Aberdeen city centre street every day – and critics claim they are putting lives at risk.
An area of trees in Aberdeen that was controversially ripped up to make way for a sporting event more than a year ago will be reinstated.
A councillor has called for a section of the city centre to be turned back into residential housing.
Proposals have been tabled to convert an office space into a number of residential homes.
More than 120 teaching posts have still to be filled across the north-east, new figures reveal.
A family fun event cancelled at the last minute has cost the public more than £18,000.
Plans to demolish an Aberdeen pub and build nine flats in its place have been refused by a local authority.
An Aberdeen petting zoo has been broken into several times – so teenagers could take selfies with its animals.
A father who fought against trinkets and decorations being removed from gravestones more than a decade ago has urged the council to meet families.
Councillors have been urged to keep complaints about autumn leaves “to an absolute minimum”.
Council workers, including the chief executive, have signed up to mentor Aberdeen school pupils.
Aberdeen council has apologised after billing a woman for the removal of her son’s trampoline despite the fact she took it down herself.
Aberdeen’s Christmas Village to double in size with more rides, bigger ice rink, Santa’s Grotto and festive train
Aberdeen's Christmas Village will double in size this winter and features a Santa Express train alongside a host of new attractions, the Evening Express can reveal today.
ABERDEEN City Council has responded to a request for details on dealing with “an aggressive rising of the dead”.
The north-east’s top police officer has said it is “too early to say” if the region has turned a corner when it comes to incidents of hate crime.
An Aberdeen councillor today said residents “deserve better” after the local authority announced it will take almost a year to repair a railing and wall damaged when one of its vehicles crashed.
Work will soon begin in preparation for improvements to a major Aberdeen public space.
A £20 million city centre student housing development may not be home to any students.
The public have until the end of October to air their views on controversial plans that could see ornaments removed from gravesides in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen councillor is hoping to work with residents and community groups to provide lighting improvements to a popular and award-winning park.
Drivers are facing congestion across Aberdeen city centre due to traffic light problems.