Bay of Nigg
A planned energy transition zone in the south of Aberdeen would bring benefits to the whole of Scotland, council leaders have claimed.
Aberdeen's new harbour now boasts its first operational quay.
The longest boat to ever dock in Aberdeen sustained damage to its hull while in the city’s new harbour.
Cruise passengers will soon be able to travel direct from Aberdeen on six new routes including Russia.
Tourist bosses have said they are detecting a “lot of interest” in the north-east as a destination for cruise ship operators.
Eight options to build new roads for a £350 million Aberdeen harbour project will be progressed, despite concerns from residents.
Lifeboat crews were called out over fears there was a person in the water close to the harbour – only to discover it was a buoy.
Work on a £350 million Aberdeen harbour development has seen the completion of the first of 9,000 breakwater protectors.
Ever fancied riding along Aberdeen beach on the back of a tuk tuk? You could soon get your chance.
Aberdeen harbour contractor to pay out £2k to Torry charities after HGVs caught using residential streets
A contractor behind the city’s Bay of Nigg development will donate £2,000 to charities – after its HGVs were caught out four times using residential streets without permission.
Councillors have approved a contribution of £5.5 million to a harbour expansion.
It is "unknown" whether the construction of a £375 million Aberdeen harbour expansion will be delivered on time, according to a new report.
Concerns have been raised children are accessing the construction site of a major harbour development.
Councillors will consider plans to build a temporary visitor centre as part of a £375 million Aberdeen harbour expansion this week.
Residents living close to a £375 million expansion of Aberdeen Harbour could be temporarily rehomed as a “worst case scenario”.
Stones for a new breakwater will be transported to the Bay of Nigg expansion at a rate of 20 loads an hour from an Aberdeen quarry.
Proposals to transport stones from a city quarry for a new harbour expansion at a rate of 20 loads an hour have been backed by planners.
Stones for a new breakwater could be sent to the Bay of Nigg expansion at a rate of 20 loads per hour from a city quarry.
Work on the £350 million expansion of Aberdeen Harbour is set to begin next month.
A NEWLY-FORMED wildlife group has backed a campaign against a proposed £320 million harbour expansion.