A new bin collection service has come under fire, with a number of residents claiming rubbish has been left in the street days after they were told it would be collected.
A total of £250,000 has been allocated to build another Cruyff Court in Aberdeen.
A motion has been lodged that half the proceeds from the sale of an Aberdeen outdoor sports club should be reinvested in the community.
Plans to build a new £50 million Aberdeen FC stadium complex will not be ruled on by councillors until June.
Multi-million pound plans to revamp Union Terrace Gardens could generate an additional 260,000 visits a year.
Councillors will be asked to approve a multi-million pound design to revitalise a historic Aberdeen park next week.
Aberdeen City Council set to sign hydrogen bus deal with get-out clause if Holyrood doesn’t stump up
An agreement boosting the number of hydrogen buses in the city could be signed next week - but with a clause to pull out if the Scottish Government does not provide £3 million.
Aberdeen City Council has suspended contract regulations to ensure work to refurbish one of the city’s most historic buildings is not delayed.
Teachers in Aberdeen have been offered the opportunity to apply for voluntary severance - despite around 100 posts being vacant.
Aberdeen City Council has the second highest number of body-worn cameras in use in Scotland.
Councillors have given the go-ahead to build a £17 million school in Aberdeen.
Parents have received letters setting out the policy on weapons in Aberdeen schools.
A trampoline park firm is offering £24,000 towards infrastructure in a bid to have a refusal overturned.
Aberdeen City Council could take inspiration from England in a bid to tackle dog fouling.
Environmental groups have welcomed plans to investigate introducing a low vehicle emission zone throughout Aberdeen.
Aberdeen City Council is reminding residents of improvements to their waste and recycling service and new bin collection arrangements, which start next month.
A former Aberdeen social worker has said he is lodging an appeal after being struck off.
The line-up for a Hall of Heroes at a new Aberdeen visitor attraction was announced today after nearly 2,000 people took part in a public poll.
Aberdeen City Council spent nearly £8 million on hiring agency staff last year.
Around £500,000 of improvements are in the pipeline for an Aberdeen road where a cyclist was seriously injured.