A county councillor says he was “gobsmacked” to discover he had become a grandfather while chairing an online meeting.
Controversial social distancing measures on streets across Aberdeen could remain in place for at least three more months.
A dazzling array of Christmas lights will lead visitors around an Aberdeen much changed by the pandemic this year.
A council worker who helped bring more than 200 homeless people into safe accommodation at the start of the coronavirus lockdown has been honoured by the Queen.
I am astounded the city council has given absolutely no thought for disabled and mobility impaired drivers wanting to visit the beach boulevard.
Aberdeen's policy on free school meals could be extended to more families to mitigate the rollout of Universal Credit.
Residents have raised concerns over access to Aberdeen's beach after work started on a controversial scheme to install cycle lanes on the road.
Shamed Aberdeen councillor Alan Donnelly has again had his interim suspension extended by the Standards Commission.
Councillors have backed plans for a detached house to be built on an Aberdeen street.
A hearing into the conduct of one of Aberdeen's top councillors has been postponed.
A woman has admitted fraudulently claiming more than £3,500 in council tax benefits she was not entitled to.
Concerns have been raised over ponds in a popular Aberdeen park being covered in "unsightly" algae.
A north-east council has said it will be reviewing all of its services in order to deal with the current "unparalleled financial crisis".
Plans are being put together for hundreds of homes on the banks of the River Dee in Torry, in a spot earmarked for something "iconic".
Plans to convert an Aberdeen school library into a classroom have been approved.
Councillors are to discuss a report outlining the low uptake of north-east groups registering to work with the council on community planning projects.
A new political group has been formed on Aberdeenshire Council.
Plans for an Aberdeen housing development are recommended to be determined at a later date.
Aberdeen City Council is gearing up to lift some lockdown restrictions from Thursday.
RE (‘Moaners such a pain in the grass’, EE, May 21). What are we paying our council tax for? Where are the council workers that usually cut the grass? If it’s safe enough for me to cut the grass, then it’s safe enough for them! A Taylor, Bucksburn.
Councillors will discuss progress on improvements at a north-east care home at a meeting this week.
Residents across the north-east will get the chance to have their say on future developments through an online consultation.
Opposition councillors in Aberdeen have accused the ruling administration of “running scared” to move meetings online.
Lockdown is hitting Aberdeen's homeless and street beggars, with less people offering change due to shops, pubs and clubs being closed.
A by-election that was due to be held to fill a north-east council ward seat has been postponed due to coronavirus.
Applications are now open for a north-east funding scheme.
A local authority's customer service centre is remaining open with a restricted service to help the people of Aberdeen during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.