A taskforce set up to save Aberdeen’s John Lewis store will “do everything” to ensure it stays in the city centre, the co-leader of the city council has said.
New stations could be created at Kittybrewster and Bucksburn in addition to Cove – where a site assessment has already been carried out.
Demolition work has started at the former Torry Academy, following a series of delays resulting from the coronavirus lockdown and issues relating to asbestos.
Opponents have accused Aberdeen City Council's leadership of misleading city residents over its council housing programme.
Opposition councillors have proposed freezing rent for all local authority tenants in Aberdeen as part of their budget plans.
Council officials have so far been unable to establish the source – and those living in the area have become more and more frustrated.
A defiant Aberdeen pub boss has hit back at claims his city centre beer tent flouts coronavirus rules.
Concerns have been raised over ponds in a popular Aberdeen park being covered in "unsightly" algae.
Work to prepare a former school ahead of its regeneration into affordable housing and a community hub has now begun.
Aberdeen City Council’s SNP group leader says his party will not “take anything for granted” in next month’s general election, despite a convincing by-election victory in the city.
The SNP have triumphed in an Aberdeen by-election, taking a “thumping victory” over the Tories who were more than 600 votes behind in second place.