Bus giant First Aberdeen is likely to be sold off, it has been revealed.
As controversy continues over a new £30 brown bin charge being introduced, Aberdeen City Council co-leaders Jenny Laing and Douglas Lumsden tell readers why they made the decision.
Refuse workers could strike if proposed new shift patterns are introduced which would see bins collected close to 10pm in the city.
A contractor could be appointed early next week to deliver the long-awaited Union Terrace Gardens revamp.
Drivers will have to cough up more to park in car parks and streets across the city from Monday April 22.
Council bosses are unable to reveal when work could start on the revamp of a popular Aberdeen swimming pool – despite it shutting its doors a year ago.
Fears over funding cuts for community groups and organisations were allayed for some – though others are set to have their budgets slashed.
Residents across the city will see their council tax increase by 4.5% in a budget described as the “worst this city has ever seen”.
A planned £25.7 million revamp of Union Terrace Gardens is expected to take a “leap forward” this year after councillors committed funding for the project.
A new £1.3 million fund to revamp Aberdeen city centre has been welcomed.
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Controversial proposals to scrap all but one of Aberdeen's libraries have been thrown out by the council’s ruling administration.
Aberdeen's council leaders have said the proposed savings put forward by officers remain “options on the table”.
A new depute provost is expected to be appointed in March, according to council leaders.
A contractor will not be appointed to redevelop Aberdeen’s Union Terrace Gardens until March, the Evening Express can reveal today.
City council leaders have written to Finance Secretary Derek Mackay calling for Aberdeen to retain £28 million in business rates.
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Cross-party talks are scheduled to continue later this month over cuts to Aberdeen City Council's budget.
A contractor could be appointed early next year to deliver a multi-million-pound revamp of Union Terrace Gardens.
Aberdeen City Council co-leaders have called for urgent cross-party talks over cuts to their budget.
A senior politician has blasted the Scottish Government after the AWPR opening was delayed a fourth time.
Claims a budget settlement puts the power in local councils’ hands has been branded “disingenuous” by the co-leader of Aberdeen City Council.
North-east residents were today facing a 3% rise in their council tax bill.
The Finance Secretary has been asked to give Aberdeen an extra £20 million in a bid to help struggling businesses stay afloat.
Aberdeen's council leaders are gearing up to take part in a charity sleepout.
Ms Laing told attendees the council wants more fiscal responsibilities in order to grow its own tax base, including powers over a tourist tax, business rates and air passenger duty.
“As a council we’re paying £75 million and being told nothing. I think I could buy a washing machine from Currys and get more information than I could get from Transport Scotland for £75m. I find that rather confusing.”
Finance bosses have urged the city council to stop spending “wherever possible” in a bid to tackle cost pressures.
The Scottish Government has rejected an offer by the city council to buy a 40ft strip of land for £5,000.
A delay to the reopening of Aberdeen Art Gallery has been branded “deeply disappointing”, by the co-leader of the city council.
A former Aberdeen council depot could be demolished to make way for a new community centre.