A north-east local authority has warned some road repairs may be "significantly delayed" due to coronavirus.
North-east councils will no longer be legally obliged to deliver 1140 hours of funded childcare from this August, after ministers agreed to remove the deadline.
A north-east council has urged parents not to let their kids use playground equipment during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new website and phoneline have been launched today in the north-east to provide people across the region with information about how to access support during the coronavirus pandemic.
Almost all Aberdeen City Council activity will be suspended for the next six months because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Families across the UK could see disruption to their bin collections as the coronavirus pandemic continues to have an impact on everyday life.
Aberdeen council officers have prepared a raft of possible savings as part of the budget proposals for 2020/21.
Residents in an Aberdeen community are being urged to have their say to decide how money is spent in the area.
Revised legislation will make it easier for councillors to take paid leave, according to the Scottish Government.
Aberdeen City Council has issued advice to residents on how to combat damp in their homes.
Islington Council has partnered with Honda and electric car charging firm Moixa to introduce a new vehicle-to-grid charging scheme in London.
Cardiff council has proposed a congestion charge as a part of a new 10-year, £2bn transport plan.
North-east council dips into cash reserves after spending two-thirds of budget in first eight months
Aberdeenshire Council has spent almost two-thirds of its budget over eight months according to a newly-published report.
Aberdeen council tenants have under four weeks left to give their views on the introduction of a new fixed-term rent policy.
The owner of a city lap dancing club shut down by officials is aiming to reopen it.
More than 700 assaults were recorded within the Aberdeen City Council’s children’s and family services department in the last year alone.
Local authorities across the north-east have spent more than £500,000 on technology for protection against computer hackers.
Voters are set to go to the polls tomorrow in the Torry/Ferryhill by-election, with political parties eyeing the results ahead of next month’s General Election.
A public footpath and steps in Aberdeen have been closed for resurfacing works.
An appeal has been made for north-east residents to be aware of solar panel scams this summer.
Council planners have said that safety improvements are “critical” for an Aberdeen road next to a new housing development.
The poll results also showed 61.7% of the 243 people responding to the poll have said it should either be included in council tax or that they already pay enough in council tax.
A multi-million pound fund to deliver new homes across the north-east has yet to be spent, despite first being announced three years ago.
Up to 150 posts could go at Aberdeenshire Council in the next year, as they look to make millions of pounds in savings.
Community groups and trade unions across Aberdeen have spoken of their “shock” after being told the city faces cuts of up to £50 million.
Aberdeen council leaders want powers to be devolved to local government in a bid to tackle budget cuts.
Aberdeen council bosses face having to make cuts of up to £45 million this year, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Almost 40 referrals were made to an Aberdeen local authority's counselling service in a three-month period.
A total of 15 sites across Aberdeen have been earmarked to develop new homes, according to a report.
Traffic lights on a north-east road are not working after a car crashed into them.