This week’s Aberdonian takes a look at how the Denburn has changed over the decades. Some of our readers will have no memory of the area before the dual carriageway was created to help traffic passing through the city. These images from the 1950s, 60s and 70s, show the area as it used to be.
Residents of a busy Aberdeen street were left sweeping away knee-deep water from their front doors today.
Drivers will have to cough up more to park in car parks and streets across the city from Monday April 22.
NHS Grampian's board were to be asked to approve the outline business case for a new £8.1 million health centre today.
A free evening parking scheme could be thrown out after it was found to have no impact on increasing city footfall.
Two city centre roads are to be affected by work being carried out later this month.
Patients at an Aberdeen medical practice which is set to shut have been told they will be seen at a centre close to home.
Concerns have been raised over the location of a proposed new £8.1 million health centre in Aberdeen – with patients claiming it is too far from their current surgery.
Parking is to be free after 5pm in parts of Aberdeen city centre for a trial period.
The trial period for the scheme will start from October 1 and a review will be reported back to councillors on March 14.
Drivers could soon park for free after 5pm at four major Aberdeen city centre car parks, the Evening Express can reveal today.
A 13-year-old boy has been arrested and charged in relation to a fire at an Aberdeen car park.
A busy road was closed this morning after a man died in Aberdeen city centre. Police were called to Denburn Road at around 4.15am and closed the northbound carriageway. The were not believed to be any suspicious circumstances. Denburn Road from the Woolmanhill roundabout is still closed but police said it will open “imminently”.
Work to radically transform Union Terrace Gardens is scheduled to start before autumn next year.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a collision in Aberdeen city centre.
POLICE have been called to an incident in Aberdeen city centre this afternoon. Officers were called to the scene near the Denburn Bridge. ScotRail has confirmed that the incident has disrupted services between Aberdeen and Inverness. However, rail tickets will be accepted on First buses between Dyce and Aberdeen.