Rogue parkers have paid more than £4 million in fines - but tickets worth more than £1.7m are still outstanding.
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The creation of a new school is expected to be over budget before any bricks are in the ground.
Pee-repellent paint which soaks anyone who tries to urinate on it is to be trialled in multi-storeys in Aberdeen.
More than £120,000 has been paid out in compensation by local authorities.
A council today said it won't help fund a heritage centre development at Rubislaw Quarry.
Traffic lights have broken down on a busy city centre road. Engineers on behalf of Aberdeen City Council are on their way to repair the lights on Market Street. Motorists are asked to avoid the area if possible.
Measures are being taken by a local authority to tackle a gender pay gap.
"Away days" for council bosses could be axed to help battle savage budget cuts, the Evening Express can reveal today.
A pregnant woman has been taken to hospital after a three-car crash in Aberdeen.
Council leaders in Aberdeen today said they were facing making £26 million savings this year.
ROADS and parks across Aberdeen remain closed due to flooding and heavy rain last week.
COUNCIL chiefs are set to put locks on recycling bins in Aberdeen in an attempt to stop people using them for ordinary rubbish.
PLANS to regenerate Aberdeen must not be allowed to "sit on the shelf" - the city council leader warned today.
COUNCIL leaders in Aberdeen were today urged to oppose the UK Government's controversial Trade Union Bill.
A 61-YEAR-old man has been charged in relation with an alleged assault in Aberdeen city centre.
PUBLIC services could be slashed in Aberdeen next year, a leading councillor claimed today.
A WAR of words has broken out after police and a council officer were called to turn down Christmas music following complaints in Aberdeen city centre.
PLANS to demolish a former school to make way for flats will not be considered until the new year.
WORK to create one of the city's largest school extensions is expected to start in January.
MICE, a beetle infestation and a dead pigeon are among more than 100 pest-related incidents reported in Aberdeen schools in the last three years.
A POLITICIAN has called for a Holyrood debate to question the financial handling of the controversial Marischal Square scheme in Aberdeen.
A NEW bus gate is to be introduced on an Aberdeen road in March.
ABERDEEN'S Lord Provost led members of the public and council staff in remembering the nation's war dead today.
A CONTRACT has been signed to build a new £17million school for children with special needs in Aberdeen.
IMPROVEMENTS are to be made to paths around Aberdeen after it emerged 52 trips, slips and falls have been recorded in the last 12 months.
THE owner of Union Square have been asked to improve public transport facilities as part of a £200 million extension plan.
MORE than 200 deer have been culled by Aberdeen City Council in recent years, the Evening Express can reveal today.
PLANS for a new exhibition centre have taken a step forward after councillors voted in support of a masterplan for the site, which includes the demolition of a historic landmark.
AN MSP has written to Aberdeen City Council's chief executive amid concerns over a taxi firm possibly coming to the North-east.
A PARTNERSHIP to build more than 2,000 homes in the city should be in place by January, a council chief said today.