More needs to be done to ensure the survival of small music venues according to one custodian – despite the Scottish Government announcing it will adopt a new policy over noise disturbance.
Aberdeen City Council
Vandals have struck nearly 1,500 times at schools across Aberdeen in the last four years.
A North-east MP is calling on a local authority to improve safety and security at sheltered housing blocks.
A North-east council has approved more than £6 million of cuts despite protests.
Plans to convert a historic Aberdeen building into an artisan gin distillery have taken a step forward.
Aberdeen's historic archives are set to be brought to life when a street art festival returns later this year.
A new path has opened next to a multi-million pound bridge.
Motorists who park their cars on an Aberdeen street have been warned about two weeks of roadworks.
These images reveal how the former Victoria Road School looks inside, after years of lying empty. Click on the link below to see dozens of images from inside the old school.
Aberdeen council under fire from union for appointing employment consultant as it plans to cut up to 370 jobs
A union boss has today said it “beggars belief” Aberdeen City Council has hired a new employment consultant as it looks to cut up to 370 posts.
Up to 370 posts could go at Aberdeen City Council in a bid to save more than £10 million in the next financial year.
An applicant has been lodged to complete a partially-built road at an Aberdeen park.
Police have been called in after eight dirty toilets were dumped in an Aberdeen family’s back garden.
A railway body is looking to fill in a historic canal as part of improvement works.
The Granite City burst into light tonight with the official opening of an award-winning festival.
Hygiene concerns have been raised by a community group following a number of rat sightings.
Aberdeen council chiefs have approved a plan to introduce £500 fines for traders who leave bins out.
Police in Aberdeen are working with local companies to improve road safety and hygiene following a number of resident complaints.
A champagne bar in Aberdeen city centre is set to take down its sign – after an appeal to Scottish ministers to keep it was rejected.
Plans have been approved for a new fully accessible ramp at an Aberdeen theatre.
The leaders of Aberdeen City Council have written to Finance Secretary Derek Mackay confirming they cannot accept his finance settlement as it stands.
A multi-million pound plan aiming to light-up and showcase Aberdeen landmarks has been given the go- ahead by councillors.
A project providing free meals to Aberdeen school children during the holidays has been given unanimous approval by councillors.
The future of a historic Aberdeen school building will remain up in the air until next month.
Aberdeen council chiefs have announced a shake-up of the taxi licensing system in a bid to help cabbies.
An eight-year-old boy has been charged over an incident involving a knife at an Aberdeen primary school.
Cars will be banned from parking on part of a busy Aberdeen road for the next six months.
Aberdeen councillor: If we turn stadium bid down it signals we are a wee hick town in the middle of nowhere
The decision on whether to approve controversial plans for the new stadium was deemed a “minefield” by a leading councillor.
Dons boss Derek McInnes has hailed the council’s decision as a “watershed moment” – but the club must overcome more hurdles before their dream stadium becomes a reality.
Councillors who voted against the stadium proposal have explained their reasons why.