Proposals to build 17 residential flats in Aberdeen have been recommended for refusal by council planners.
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‘There’s a good chance someone could be killed’: Anger after ‘dangerous’ drain shaft remains open 10 months after issue reported
An Aberdeen man has hit out after a "really dangerous" drain shaft was left open for more than 10 months.
Plans to create a new access road for an Aberdeen nursery have been recommended for approval.
Plans to convert former Aberdeen office building into flats with co-working space, library and cafe recommended for approval
Pans which would see a former Aberdeen office block converted into flats with co-working spaces, a cafe/bar and library have been recommended for approval.
Countryside rangers have urged visitors to a picturesque north-east woodland to stop leaving food for squirrels as the free feasts have been attracting rats.
A section of a major Aberdeen road will be shut this evening after a manhole collapsed.
Every year gents from around the world participate in Movember, an initiative to raise money and awareness of men’s health issues.
Proposals to turn a former Aberdeen nightclub into a new bar have been given the go ahead by planners.
An Aberdeen mum has told of her devastation that her costume hire business will close following a copyright warning from the council.
Aberdeen councillor Martin Greig has launched a one-man crusade to clean up his ward amid concerns over litter.
More than 50 pupils are isolating after a case of Covid-19 was recorded at an Aberdeen school.
Aberdeen's iconic Marischal College has been transformed by a festive light display.
A confirmed case of Covid-19 has been identified in a pupil at an Aberdeen secondary school.
A number of city centre car parks in Aberdeen will be free to use at weekends next month as part of a council effort to encourage people to shop local ahead of Christmas.
Regarding the month-long road closure at the beach for the cycle lanes to be removed – Aberdeen City Council incompetence at its best.
Aberdeen City Council has approved a new policy aiming to further reduce the number of students excluded from its schools.
Police were called to an Aberdeen school after "worrying" reports of a male youth carrying a weapon.
The north-east is heading for an "inevitable" deterioration in mental health as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, a new report on the city's mental health delivery plan has warned.
Supply lists have been increased and blended learning is in place to help north-east schools deal with any teacher shortages as a result of Covid-19.
Aberdeen pub The Draft Project has been given a fresh licence despite concerns over public safety.
The number of deliberate fires in Aberdeen has risen by nearly a quarter, a new report has revealed.
Council chiefs are on the lookout for a contractor to knock down a disused Aberdeen school.
Jenny Laing, co-leader of Aberdeen City Council, has been named as the 2020 leader of the year at a national awards ceremony to celebrate the contribution of councillors to their local communities.
Local authority leaders have urged an overhaul of disciplinary procedures after a disgraced Aberdeen councillor was handed a suspension.
An Aberdeen bar where football fans were filmed breaching Covid-19 rules could be ordered to close early and banned from showing games - after more than 130 complaints were received.
A Scottish Government ruling to overturn a planning decision for flats at the city quarry has been branded a "disgrace".
Controversial plans for 245 flats on the edge of Aberdeen's iconic Rubislaw Quarry have been backed - despite being voted down unanimously by councillors.
Aberdeen is set to stay at level two of the Scottish Government's Covid-19 framework when it is reviewed tomorrow.
The city council aims to roll out increased hours for children at nurseries in Aberdeen after the summer holidays next year.
The report stated there was widespread agreement that those who leave education over the next few years "will be more negatively impacted than their peers who left school pre-lockdown."