A decade-long error by Aberdeen City Council means hundreds of thousands of pounds has not been claimed back from the UK Government.
Aberdeen's finance chief today said the authority would "categorically" not cut music services for schools.
A memorial to the victims of the baby ashes scandal could be located in a park.
A former social worker has been struck off following a misconduct hearing.
A row has broken out over Frank Gilfeather's latest column in the Evening Express in which it's claimed he jokes about violence.
Aberdeen City Council is considering a £26 million business rates freeze to offset "crippling" rises.
Job cuts, a council tax rise and seeking unpaid volunteers to work as school crossing patrollers are among the options that could save the city council £17 million.
A £3 million teacher training fund has been announced by Education Secretary John Swinney in Aberdeen today.
Calls have been made for "pragmatic" decision making after three Aberdeen premises made a bid to extend their opening hours.
Annual Aberdeen art festival had record attendance numbers with 62,746 visitors.
A major railway infrastructure firm has been given an ultimatum by the Scottish Government to spruce up Aberdeen Railway Station - or face legal action.
Paper documents and a laptop holding personal details about youngsters in the Granite City were taken when a car was stolen.
The Labour party has revealed its candidates for May's Aberdeen City Council elections.
Parents and schools in the North-east are being warned about the dangers of a new dating-style app, with fears it could put children at risk of predators.
Up to 200 jobs at Aberdeen City Council could go as part of plans to slash its budget by more than £21 million.
A former working train is to be re-installed as a play sculpture in a city park after a £60,000 revamp.
Safety checks are being carried out on blocks of flats after a boiler explosion.
An international summit on hydrogen transport is to be held in Aberdeen next month.
A new group has been set up to document the changes to rates businesses in the North-east are facing.
More than 200 claims for compensation have been made in the wake of the North-east baby ashes scandal.
A council chief has said services could be cut if proposed increases in business rates go ahead.
Plans for the new £333 million Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre will go back before councillors next week.
Changes have been announced to Aberdeen City Council's kerbside waste and recycling collection services.
Aberdeen City Council and the Scottish Government are working together to find a solution to the business rates row.
The hackers who targeted Aberdeen City Council's website said they did it in response to Donald Trump's controversial travel ban on Muslims.