Aberdeen chiefs have warned a national lockdown would spell disaster for Aberdeen - with one claiming it would prove the "kiss of death" for businesses in the city.
The number of people claiming a reduction in council tax in Aberdeen has risen to its highest in five years.
Aberdeen's council leaders have today said they are ready for this week's review into the Covid-19 lockdown.
Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed claims the Aberdeen lockdown was a product of politically motivated bias, describing the suggestion as “ridiculous”.
Council chiefs have accused the Scottish Government of "double standards" over differences in Covid-19 measures imposed on Aberdeen and Glasgow.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of having "double standards" when dealing with coronavirus outbreaks in Aberdeen and Glasgow, as health officials confirmed a cluster of cases linked to Granite City bars is now "over".
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council is facing a backlash after claiming Glasgow avoided the same level of local lockdown as the Granite City because of how it voted in 2014's independence referendum.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has said lockdown talks with the Scottish Government were “a struggle” – but they ended up with “the best option”.
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The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has slammed the decision to keep the city in lockdown.
The civic leaders of Aberdeen and Dundee have hit out at a councillor's "poisonous" remarks after the Granite City was branded a "hell hole" on social media.
Aberdeen’s local lockdown will remain in place for at least another week, as Nicola Sturgeon insisted it was “not yet safe” to lift the restrictions imposed in the city.
City chiefs have been accused of "running scared" by opposition leaders after rejecting calls to hold a full council meeting this month.
Council chiefs have thanked Aberdeen residents and businesses for their "resilience" after lockdown restrictions were extended.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon once insisted that her record in office should be judged on whether her government eliminated the attainment gap between rich and poor pupils.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has called on the Scottish Government to provide financial assistance to businesses in the city.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has spoken of the “tough decisions” that were made leading up to the introduction of a local lockdown, and clarified some of the finer details.
Ground investigations are scheduled to begin next week at sites across Aberdeen earmarked for the development of hundreds of council homes.
Taxpayers face a bill of thousands after security was hired to stop drivers flouting city centre road closures.
The Scottish Government has been urged to step in and save jobs after it emerged north-east entertainment chiefs could go bust.
An Aberdeen MP has called on the UK Chancellor to put an oil and gas sector deal at the forefront of his economic statement when it is announced today.
City leaders have held a "very positive" meeting with a senior government minister in a bid to attract investment to Aberdeen.
Council leaders are due to meet a senior government minister today in a bid to attract investment for energy transition in the city.
Councillors in Aberdeen have agreed a revised budget reflecting the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on the city.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has warned "nasty" decisions may have to be made as the authority looks to balance its books.
Residents of a city community have spoken of their anger and fears over the uncertain future of one of the area's few green spaces.
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Aberdeen MP urges council to put potential train station at ‘forefront’ of decision on homes development
An Aberdeen MP has called on council bosses to put a potential railway station "at the forefront of any determination" regarding proposals for a new housing development in a city suburb.
A council leader has warned the cost of a number of major development projects in the city is set to rise because of coronavirus.
City leaders have welcomed a £62 million funding package to support energy businesses in the north-east.