Plans for a former Aberdeen school have taken a step forward – after a building warrant to demolish part of the site was granted.
Aberdeen City Council
Plans to transform a former Aberdeen centre phone shop into a restaurant have been given the green light.
Proposals to convert a historic office building into four flats have been given the green light.
Aberdeen City Council has approved plans to fell 18 protected trees over safety concerns.
North-east councils are set to receive more than £2 million from a Scottish Government funding pot to help feed families and those in need.
Dedicated hubs across Aberdeen are helping children continue to access free school meals.
A raft of improvements are set to be made to an Aberdeen primary school.
Concerns have been raised about vermin problems in an Aberdeen conservation area after rat baiting was stopped due to the lockdown.
Bin collections in Aberdeen will resume next week - on a four-week cycle to help crews follow coronavirus advice.
Aberdeen City Council is reminding young people they can access support in the Covid-19 pandemic through an innovative app.
Aberdeen City Council has released videos teaching residents about gardening or nature-watching from home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Council rents will go up next month – despite uncertainty around the outbreak of Covid-19.
Nigg Bay were today celebrating becoming one of the country’s first clubs to secure £25,000 of cash aid from the Scottish Government due to the coronavirus pandemic.
An Aberdeen by-election has been officially postponed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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An MSP has urged council bosses to give temporary free parking permits to social care workers during the coronavirus lockdown.
Young people in Aberdeen eligible for free school meals are to receive supermarket vouchers.
A temporary morgue is being created at an Aberdeen City Council depot in case Covid-19 deaths in the north-east overwhelm the NHS.
Cash-strapped north-east golf clubs struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic have been offered some vital cash aid as the second week of the nationwide lockdown bites.
Plans for an Aberdeen city centre restaurant serving fusion food have been given the go-ahead.
Plans have been lodged for a new takeaway in Aberdeen city centre.
Drivers abusing disabled parking bays in Aberdeen have been branded “shameful” after new figures suggested the problem is growing.
Plans to create two new units at an Aberdeen retail park have been refused by planning bosses.
More than 60 people have signed a petition to create a new calisthenic park in Aberdeen. An e-petition was lodged with Aberdeen City Council for the facility, proposed for next to the children’s playground beside the Beach Ballroom. It currently includes 61 signatures and is open until next Thursday.
More than 80 flats could be built on the site of a former Aberdeen University building if council officials give it the green light.
Aberdeen City Council has announced it will reduce the opening hours of the Customer Service Centre at Marischal College in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
New restrictions have been put in place at an Aberdeen car park to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Scotland’s largest cities have drawn up plans to help and protect homeless people during the Covid-19 outbreak.
A historic Aberdeen church is in line for major repairs to ensure it continues serving the community for decades to come.
A free emergency telephone helpline to prioritise support to most vulnerable and at-risk customers during the coronavirus outbreak has been launched in Aberdeen.