Ponds in an Aberdeen park turned a “frightening” shade of orange this weekend as a result of digging work at a nearby construction site.
Three north-east councillors have been shortlisted for awards at a prestigious ceremony.
Relieved traders have welcomed the removal of a controversial bus gate in Aberdeen - but warned more help is needed to support businesses.
Members of the public have been urged to make their views known on licensing applications in the city.
Bosses at First Aberdeen have revealed the stark impact coronavirus lockdown has made on passenger numbers - but have praised the public from heeding stay at home advice.
Residents at an Aberdeen sheltered housing complex have enjoyed free fish and chips thanks to a new business.
‘We’re not second-class retailers’, Poundland hits out at Aberdeen councillor over new store criticism
Bosses at Poundland have hit out at an Aberdeen councillor following his comments on plans for a new store in the city centre.
An Aberdeen councillor has continued to work with children to brighten up their community.
Council and police cameras will be integrated into a single system, and a total of 600 cameras will be controlled from Marischal College.
An investigation could be launched by a government environment watchdog into polluted ponds at Aberdeen park.
A city councillor has called for a clean-up of ponds in an Aberdeen park.
A councillor has raised fears about the state of a historic garden, claiming ground protection work carried out caused severe damage to the grass.
A group of volunteers will receive £7,000 to help renovate an Aberdeen park’s fountain after years of lobbying.
FEARS have been raised after wrappers from so-called legal highs were reportedly found at an Aberdeen primary school.