A busy road will be one-way only while repairs are carried out by the Aberdeen City Council.
Aberdeen City Council
Plans to renovate the doors at Aberdeen Sheriff Court have been refused by the local authority.
The planned changes would see holidays brought into line with the majority of the rest of the country, where schools break up in the last week in June and return in the second full week of August.
Organisations turned red to celebrate children in care.
An Aberdeen road will close for two nights next month.
Assaults in Aberdeen have experienced an “unprecedented” drop, according to a new police report.
A developer has been told to rethink its “insufficient” consultation plans for a major development in Aberdeen.
Almost half the safety equipment along a two-mile stretch at the River Dee in Aberdeen has been vandalised, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Work to fix Aberdeen flats damaged after a council van crashed off the road could start within weeks – almost a year on.
A survey to get residents’ views on community justice has been launched.
Aberdeen commuters have been warned of potential delays as temporary lights will be needed during works to repair a burst water main.
A probe has been launched after fireraisers struck at a newly refurbished Aberdeen park.
A plan to shake up the Aberdeen’s taxi ranks could be shelved, according to a new report.
Aberdeen residents of a fire-hit block of flats have yet to return to their homes – more than nine months on from the blaze.
A public consultation into plans for a bike hire scheme in Aberdeen is set to take place.
Plans have been lodged to demolish a former Aberdeen academy to make way for a new primary school and community hub.
Savings of more than £450,000 have been made through the identification and prevention of fraud at Aberdeen City Council.
The King’s Community Church, based on King Street, has expressed interest in moving into the area where the AECC sits now.
Dozens of residents on two Aberdeen streets will be moved to new homes and their flats demolished after the properties were found to be sinking.
More than 200 employees at Aberdeen City Council took voluntary severance or early retirement since the launch of a new scheme, new figures have shown.
Plans have been lodged to build a £40 million science hub of “national significance” in Aberdeen.
Councillors have approved spending £250,000 to create Aberdeen’s second “Cruyff Court” football pitch.
Council officers have been instructed to look at how much it could cost to fit stairlifts in sheltered housing complexes across Aberdeen.
The Lord Provost of Aberdeen is to seek the presidency of a major energy partnership.
Dozens of residents on two Aberdeen streets will be moved from their "sinking" homes, it has been revealed.
Drivers are facing delays this morning due to a faulty set of traffic lights on an Aberdeen road.
North-east firms, including two local authorities, were owed more than £840,000 after the collapse of an energy company.
The increasing number of people turning to Aberdeen foodbanks has been labelled as “crazy” by one man who has seen the issue from both sides.
Dozen of residents on two Aberdeen streets could face being moved from their “sinking” homes, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Aberdeen residents have been urged to have their say on which dates bars and clubs should have extended hours.