A tax shake-up to boost over-stretched council coffers could be piloted under a Labour government, John McDonnell has suggested.
Councillors have backed a grant of more than £100,000 to help regenerate a North-east community.
Opposition councillors in Aberdeen have today blasted their administration colleagues for failing to consider a report into job losses in public.
Campaigners have claimed they are being excluded from plans to address issues caused by a rise in short-term holiday lets in Edinburgh.
Sajid Javid has ordered a review into “allegations of failures in financial management and governance” at Northamptonshire County Council.
Willie Young has dropped a threat of legal action against a former councillor after receiving an apology.
Everything you need to know about bin collections and council opening hours in Aberdeenshire, Moray and Angus over Christmas
Council services in the North-east over the festive period
Everything you need to know about bin collections and council opening hours in Aberdeen over Christmas
Council services in Aberdeen over the festive period
Plans by councillors to ban swearing in Rochdale have been dropped.
The closure of two major Aberdeen projects has lost the local authority £300,000 over the last year.
Hundreds of cleaners and catering staff have met the chief executive of Aberdeen City Council over concerns for their jobs.
A council is hoping it has the recipe for success to stop pumpkins going to landfill this Halloween.
Aberdeen councillors have approved plans to make savings of £25.5 million by changing the way its services are operated.
‘I would so much like to see Aberdeen rejoin Cosla and give us a stronger, united voice for local government’
The new president of an organisation which represents councils across Scotland today said she hopes the city council will rejoin the group.
A councillor has called on a local authority to take ownership of an Aberdeen street to prevent residents having to pay for the upkeep.
A man whose daughter was fined £150 for setting up a lemonade stall has described how four council officials told him to shut it down as he held the crying five-year-old in his arms.
A council ranger has taken on a novel approach to highlighting, quite literally, a dog fouling problem at a North-east beauty spot.
Four candidates will contest next month's by-election after a councillor stood down less than a week into being elected.
A safety warning has been issued for some types of fidget spinners.
A labour MSP married to one of the councillors suspended from the city council today said Kezia Dugdale was "right to follow the rules of the party".
A report into the handling of land at the centre of a £200,000 wall repair bill row will be considered by councillors on Wednesday.
Labour leader Kezia Dugdale slams councillors for doing deal with Tories as SNP left frustrated in chamber
Scottish Labour's leader has told Aberdeen councillors suspended from her party that their job is to "defend public services" and not "about positions or gold medals around the necks".
The Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and independent councillors have joined together to run Aberdeenshire Council.
Council stalemate latest: Conservative hits out at Scottish Labour leader for threats to Aberdeen councillors
Aberdeen's Conservative party leader Douglas Lumsden this afternoon hit out at Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale as coalition talks rumble on.
A North-east councillor who was elected under a week ago has resigned with immediate effect.
Councillors from across the political spectrum were to meet today at the Town House as coalition talks enter another day.
Aberdeen city council's Liberal Democrat group has called on parties to "work together" in the new council term, despite the SNP saying it has "no intention" of entering an agreement with the Conservatives.
Coalition deal getting nearer as talks held between parties over Aberdeenshire council administration
Details of a potential coalition at Aberdeenshire Council could be finalised today.
Aberdeen's Liberal Democrat group has been approached by more than one party to enter coalition talks as parties scramble to try to form the next council administration.
Peterhead South and Cruden's Stuart Pratt lost his seat after nearly three decades as a councillor.