Yet again Wellington Road has been recognised as one of the worst- polluted areas in all of Scotland.
The current troubles surrounding Aberdeen’s ailing retail sector can’t be fixed by the local authority.
American journalist Franklin Adams said in 1944: “Elections are won by men and women chiefly because most people vote against somebody rather than for somebody”.
I loved the photo in the Evening Express on Tuesday showing the beach shelter, it brought back happy memories and sadness.
A high school has been evacuated after a fire broke out in Aberdeen.
A round-up of the some of the incredible things done by schools across the north-east has been released as term comes to an end.
It was JD Salinger, in The Catcher In The Rye, who wrote: “Certain things, they should stay the way they are. You ought to be able to stick them in one of those big glass cases and just leave them alone.”
Schools in the north-east are set to benefit from millions of pounds of funding as part of a scheme to provide dedicated counselling services to pupils.
A planning application to turn a former shop into flats has been submitted to the local authority.
A local authority has appointed a new contractor to complete work on a multi-million pound project.
A local authority has agreed to meet parents after a petition demanding it halt plans to remove mementos from children’s graves gathered almost a thousand signatures.
Aberdeen councillors voting to approve the stadium application “undermines the relationship between the two local authorities” according to one MSP.
More than a quarter of North-east schools could be at or over capacity within the next four years.
Plans to transform a former public toilet building in Aberdeen into a cafe have been narrowly thrown out by councillors.
Councillors have unanimously backed a new sports strategy for the city.
A row broke out between councillors on whether to delay the signing of a £254 million funding agreement.
A decision to produce a report on the "key achievements" of the city council's finance committee has been branded "election propaganda".
Several buildings are set to be demolished in the next few weeks to make way for the Berryden Corridor.
A council has received almost 250 referrals for fraud in the past year.
Around 25,000 properties including homes and businesses could benefit from a new £150 million waste plant, the Evening Express can reveal today.
A PUBLIC hearing into plans to create a new £333 million exhibition and conference centre may not be held.
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire councils fined a total of £13,000 after boy almost drowns at open air pool
TWO councils were today fined a total of £13,000 after a boy almost drowned in an outdoor pool while on a school trip.
A FIVE-STAR country club was today given the go ahead for a popular park.