Councillors will be asked to spend £56,000 to mark a top honour awarded to footballing legend Denis Law.
Signs banning ball games are still in place in parts of Aberdeen a year after the city council’s deadline to have them all removed.
A memorial has been erected for a teenager who was tragically killed at school.
A company that provides services to the oil and gas sector has been given a boost by the city council.
A young Aberdeen boy’s dream came true after he had the chance to tour a refuse truck – thanks to his mum.
Residents of an Aberdeen community have renewed a safety appeal amid claims that a “polluted” waterway has begun to bubble due to the toxic pollution.
An Aberdeen councillor has backed angry residents who complained of overflowing bins, stating “the service just does not meet the demand”.
A busy Aberdeen road is being temporarily closed to traffic.
An annual celebration is to take place next month to help mark the 70th anniversary of an Aberdeen park.
An Aberdeen cafe owner is urging councillors to see sense in a row over outdoor seating.
Aberdeen City Council has spent more than £7 million on temporary accommodation for homeless people over the last year.
Business owners today said the extended closure of a major Aberdeen road was having an adverse impact on their finances.
An Aberdeen City Council spokeswoman said: “The plans for revitalising Broad Street and turning it into a pedestrian-priority multi-use space were approved by full council on October 6, 2016.
More than £1,000 was stolen from a number of Aberdeen parking meters after they were broken into.
Aberdeen council has delivered under half of its target for affordable homes in the past five years.
Revised proposals to install a new lift and stairs at Aberdeen's Music Hall have been supported by planners.
Free parking on Sundays and not charging drivers for the first 30 minutes are some of the proposals under consideration by a new council administration.
Counter-terrorism experts are training staff at hospitals, schools and public buildings across the North-east.
Everyone is familiar with African safaris, but a new event promises to create a buzz.
Developers must wait another month to find out if they can press ahead with plans to build a hotel on the site of Aberdeen's former Hamilton School.