Plans to turn a former supermarket site in Aberdeen into a car dealership have taken a step forward.
Aberdeen City Council
A legal hearing to determine whether a council was right to give the green light for a new stadium at Kingsford will get under way this week.
Torry residents have been asked to come forward with ideas that could improve the area and tackle issues such as substance misuse, social isolation, household income and mental and sexual health.
Residents in an Aberdeen sheltered-housing complex today hit out at the council after being ordered to take down their Christmas decorations for health and safety reasons.
Plans to create a crypt for thousands of human remains inside an Aberdeen church have been lodged with the local authority.
Objections can be made until next Friday into a bid to forcefully buy property and land from homeowners as part of a £26.4 million roads scheme.
Festive spirit was in the air at Aberdeen Christmas Village as community groups, schools and charities joined the party.
Almost 300 taxis in the city have failed safety checks this year, new figures have revealed.
Services have resumed at Aberdeen Crematorium after a major refurbishment.
A major firm has been confirmed as the latest to sign-up for Aberdeen's Marischal Square development.
The Finance Secretary has been asked to give Aberdeen an extra £20 million in a bid to help struggling businesses stay afloat.
A local authority has issued a warning over rogue salesmen claiming to be carrying out work on behalf of the council.
The statistics showed RingGo had been used in Aberdeen's car parks more than 170,000 times during the year and almost 59,000 times in the Chapel Street car park alone.
Disabled people are having to wait nearly three years for a council house in Aberdeen.
Concerns have been raised that safety barriers have still not been installed outside an Aberdeen school – despite being first called for two years ago.
Plans have been lodged to build more than 200 homes as part of a wider housing development.
Campaigners challenging the building of Aberdeen FC’s Kingsford stadium have asked supporters to stump up more cash.
Roadworks have been scheduled for eight days, starting today, but a local authority spokesman said the work should be finished earlier.
An initiative which supports young people in Aberdeen’s regeneration areas is working to help youngsters through the Duke of Edinburgh Awards.
Local authorities in the north-east have paid out £3.4 million to curb the impact of social security reform – new figures reveal.
An Aberdeen social worker has been thrown out of the profession after he failed to protect a child who was “being allowed to visit a crack den with their father”.
Plans to create a new purpose-built facility which will be the first of its kind in the north-east have been given a 3D makeover.
Aberdeen's council leaders are gearing up to take part in a charity sleepout.
An Aberdeen coffee drive-thru has requested permission to extend its opening hours.
Inspectors rated the Aberdeen primary “satisfactory” for learning, teaching and assessment, the fourth-best of six possible ratings, and “weak” for raising attainment and achievement – the second-worst rating.
A senior Labour politician has visited Aberdeen in a bid to solve a long-running dispute.
Passing cars, helicopters, and children kicking balls off the building were said to cause it to shake, with former residents claiming they suffered nausea, joint pains and headaches due to constant vibrations.
Plans to demolish a former school and help conquer a vandalism problem plaguing neighbours have taken a leap forward.
A council is expected to call for more cash from the Government if new measures to crackdown on junk food are introduced.
Plans to transform two major Aberdeen city centre buildings will be scrutinised by councillors next week.