A building warrant to create a new food serving counter in an Aberdeen shopping centre has been lodged with the local authority.
Aberdeen City Council
A section of an Aberdeen road is to be closed temporarily next week while lighting is replaced.
Plans to refurbish a former nursery into a Sikh temple have taken a step forward.
Aberdeen City Council authorised seven covert surveillance operations last year in a bid to investigate wrong-doing.
A pioneering Aberdeen coach who invented the football dugout will be honoured after councillors gave the go-ahead for a plaque to be installed at his former home.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has warned the local authority will have to make “difficult decisions” following the Scottish Government’s budget.
Council bosses have vowed to “do everything” in their power to address deaths among the city’s homeless, as new figures reveal Aberdeen has the second highest number in the country.
Aberdeen council chiefs have revealed plans to recover £434,000 in school meal debts from parents in the city.
Disruption on a major Aberdeen road is set to continue for around two months, Aberdeen City Council has revealed.
Disruption on a major Aberdeen road is set to continue for around two months.
Councillors have agreed plans to introduce a new policy to help staff deal with asbestos.
A pioneering programme which helps address mental health among local authority employees has been hailed by councillors.
A study into constructing a new cycling or walking route linking the Bridge of Dee to the Deeside Way has been launched.
Hundreds of council-owned properties could be sold off as the cash-strapped local authority looks to claw back £45 million in savings.
Plans to build a new nursery in the grounds of an Aberdeen primary school have been approved.
Of the samples which tested positive for allergens, 26 failed the test due to the presence of gluten.
Plans have been tabled to ensure one in five bus journeys in Aberdeen is green by the end of the year.
A report has revealed Aberdeen City Council council could lose out on £771,546 of funding to help people with multiple and complex needs into employment and training.
The outlook for Aberdeen City Council’s credit rating has been described as "negative" in its latest review.
Forty council workers in Aberdeen have become mental health first aiders – and more will follow in the coming months.
Aberdeen City Council has launched a roads training scheme.
A strategy designed to give children in one of Aberdeen’s most disadvantaged communities a helping hand has been extended.
A children's charity has been tasked with helping Aberdeen children play.
A leading Scottish Labour candidate has described the decision to banish the entire Labour group on Aberdeen City Council as “cruel and intolerable”.
Commuters could get boost if plans for car park next to rail station are approved by Aberdeen planners
Plans to turn a vacant patch of land next to Dyce Railway Station into a new car park have been lodged with Aberdeen City Council.
A petition has been submitted to Aberdeen City Council in the hope it will see an outdoor gym created.
Diane Douglas had gone to lay flowers on son Allan’s grave at Dyce Cemetery and was horrified to see the large metal soil box was sitting on his resting place.
Leading candidates for two of Labour’s top jobs have called for a group of suspended councillors to be reinstated to the party.
An Aberdeen nursery has been praised by inspectors.
Members of the public have slammed controversial plans for an Aberdeen beauty spot at a public meeting.