A plan to roll-out a new rebranded council logo has been dismissed as a “vanity project” by opposition councillors.
Aberdeen City Council
An Aberdeen City Council van has crashed off the road and into a block of flats.
An application to turn an 18th century house in Aberdeen into a pub has been recommended for approval.
Residents living next to the site where the new exhibition centre is being built returned home from work to find their route was blocked by a huge hole on the road.
Work is set to start on the Dons’ new stadium in June creating an initial 150 jobs, project bosses revealed today.
Residents in Aberdeen are being urged to cut back foliage from pavements and roads to ensure people have a clear passageway.
A mother whose baby’s life was saved by blood donors has thanked them at a ceremony.
Aberdeen residents have been left homeless after a blaze tore through a tenement roof space today.
A union boss today called for “open and honest information” on how many jobs will be lost at Aberdeen City Council and where they will fall.
Aberdeen City Council is set to roll out a new crest as part of a rebranding of the organisation after a lack of “coherent and clear visual identity”.
Here are the full details of each of the four council-supported bus routes due to come into affect later this month.
Four new council-supported bus services will start in Aberdeen later this month.
More than 1,300 books have been gifted to some of Aberdeen's poorest children as part of a scheme delivered by country and western star Dolly Parton.
Businesses are being invited to saddle up and help to turn Aberdeen into a cycling hub when an elite event returns next month.
At Aberdeen City Council a total of eight council employees cost the taxpayer more than £100,000 a year – including pension and other payments.
A popular street art festival has been hailed a success – with a call for wall space for next year already being made.
Tributes have been paid to a “lovely and kind” Aberdeen head teacher, who died last week.
Plans have been approved to change the use of a sandwich shop into a hot food takeaway.
Controversial plans for a £68 million housing development in Aberdeen may be in jeopardy – as a pair of badgers were spotted near the site.
A prohibition of waiting is set to be in place on an Aberdeen city centre road to protect public safety during cable laying works.
Council officers have met families of deceased children to discuss work to be done to an Aberdeen cemetery.
The manager of a street art festival has praised the “trust and goodwill” they’ve been shown.
Plans have been approved to turn a prominent city centre office building into a new hotel.
An Aberdeen road will close for two weeks for work on the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.
Proposals are set to be lodged to build more than 300 new affordable homes on a vacant site near the airport.
Work to alleviate flooding on an Aberdeen road is to be undertaken following a councillor’s call for action.
Aberdeen businesses have welcomed the start of a popular art festival – and the positive impact it has on trade in the city.
An Aberdeen community has had a first look at what a residential waterfront development could look like if a planning application is successful.
Major refurbishments have been carried out in several playparks across Aberdeen as part of a rolling £1.3 million programme.
The move, which forms part of Aberdeen City Council’s Masterplan, aims to make the streets safer for people using bars, clubs, restaurants and takeaways in the evenings.