Female employees at Aberdeen City Council are paid “marginally” more per hour on average than men, according to new figures.
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Councillors are being asked to approve contacting those involved in the proposed sale of First Aberdeen, noting the council’s interest in making a bid.
There are also plans to look at developing a new station on the main line within walking distance of the P&J Live.
Road restrictions will be put in place for the rescheduled Rod Stewart gig in Aberdeen.
Plans for digital advertising at an Aberdeen bus shelter have been blocked over fears about the impact on the area’s visual amenity.
An Aberdeen councillor was celebrating after his efforts resulted in a first-class degree.
Taxi drivers have finally been permitted access to a controversial bus gate.
The hard work and dedication of council staff has been celebrated at a special ceremony.
The proud winners of this year’s Aberdeen City Council Star Awards are:
Council planners have said an Aberdeen bar should not be granted permission to extend the hours of its rooftop terrace.
The People’s Champion prize at the Star Awards went to Woodside School crossing patroller Bill Esslemont.
Primary three pupil Kitty Fraser had her design for one side of the flags chosen. These will be handed out to 2,000 people during the Armed Forces Day Parade in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen school for the deaf has received praise from inspectors.
A £1 million base for maintenance of the Aberdeen bypass has been given the green light.
An opposition councillor has today said he is “anxious” to assess the condition of Aberdeen's historic Provost Skene’s House.
Plans to combat climate change in the north-east over the next 30 years are to be scrutinised by the public.
Plans to convert an Aberdeen city centre business into a flat have been given the green light.
A group dedicated to saving a historic park building hopes to present a business plan to Aberdeen City Council within weeks.
Ambitious designs drawn up to improve the Tillydrone and Woodside areas will be showcased at an event later this month.
About 75% of all rape reports in the city are raised with police more than three weeks after the alleged incident – risking vital evidence being lost.
Health and safety investigators have discovered Aberdeen City Council potentially exposed workers to asbestos.
Drivers are being warned an Aberdeen road will be partially blocked during rush hour after flooding in the area.
A new dispersal order to ban rowdy youngsters from the city centre for 24 hours has yet to be enforced.
Aberdeen City Council have urged community groups to apply for the second round of a popular arts grant.
A total of 140 referrals have been made to a counselling service in the last year.
From the start of the new term, all pupils will be also be asked to provide their own stationery, trips and events will have to be fully funded by parents (apart from those without the financial means to) and there will a strict limit on photocopying and colour printing.
Plans have been unveiled to bring the biggest bike race in Britain to the north-east from next year.
An Aberdeen school crossing patroller has spoken of his joy after being named as a finalist for an award celebrating council employees.
An Aberdeen City Council environmental manager who “leads by example” has told of his surprise at being nominated for an award.
Plans for council-run bus services in Aberdeen have moved a step closer following support from MSPs.