Aberdeen chiefs have warned a national lockdown would spell disaster for Aberdeen - with one claiming it would prove the "kiss of death" for businesses in the city.
Aberdeen City Council
A new housing development in an Aberdeen community looks set to be given the go-ahead next week.
Dr Alison Murray, a member of the campaign group Autism and Other Conditions Aberdeen, slammed the local authority's education operational delivery committee and accused them of "not following the law".
The local authority currently subsidises five buses for pupils, while those living in Kincorth, Leggart and Torry get free travel.
Councillors have approved plans to adjust the catchment areas for two Aberdeen academies.
Bosses at the chain estimate around 35 jobs would be created in the new store - and city officers have now urged councillors to give the plans the green light.
The fireworks night and switch-on events normally attract thousands of people to the city, but due to the current restrictions on public gatherings and the uncertainty on when they will be lifted the council has taken the decision to revise these winter events.
Aberdeen's fireworks night is the latest winter event to be cancelled due to Covid-19.
Councillors have today agreed to extend Aberdeen's free school meal programme.
In recent days this page has been inundated with letters from readers complaining about the utter waste of money ACC has spent on various projects across the city.
A by-election for the vacant Kincorth, Nigg and Cove seat on Aberdeen City Council will now be held in November.
Parents, pupils and teachers have been warned over the threat of Covid-19 after an entire class at an Aberdeen primary were told to isolate at home.
Work to upgrade or replace a number of Aberdeen nurseries is progressing ahead of the delayed expansion of early learning and childcare hours.
The number of people claiming Universal Credit in the north-east has risen once more as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to take its toll.
An entire class of pupils at an Aberdeen primary school will have to isolate for two weeks after a child tested positive for Covid-19.
Bosses at Aberdeen Art Gallery have appealed for residents to help build a new collection showing how life has changed due to Covid-19.
I am astounded the city council has given absolutely no thought for disabled and mobility impaired drivers wanting to visit the beach boulevard.
A group of Aberdeen councillors suspended from their party for more than three years will now face a disciplinary hearing.
Aberdeen City Council has opened a consultation on plans to create a low emission zone (LEZ) in the centre of the city.
To paint clear regional pictures of how cycling habits have changed before, during and after lockdown, the Evening Express has analysed the results of the Pandemic Pedal Power survey by local authority area.
Vandals have smashed glass doors and damaged wood panelling at an Aberdeen swimming pool - just weeks after the green light was given for a major refurbishment.
Councillors could approve a school rezoning next week as part of plans for a major Aberdeen housing development.
Businesses in Aberdeen are being reminded to apply for support grants if they have been impacted by Covid-19.
Aberdeen's policy on free school meals could be extended to more families to mitigate the rollout of Universal Credit.
The Beach Esplanade in Aberdeen is now fully open to traffic.
Aberdeen City Council will spend £1.7 million on winter gritting this year.
Temporary bus stops and a new camera to enforce a bus gate on Aberdeen's Union Street will be put in place next week.
The number of people claiming a reduction in council tax in Aberdeen has risen to its highest in five years.
The boss of an Aberdeen comedy club has hit out after his application for support was rejected - forcing him to give up his car and move to a cheaper flat.
Environmental campaigners have slammed city leaders after they teamed up with energy giant BP to help meet emissions targets.