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.
Council chiefs have hailed Aberdeen's public sector employees for their work keeping the city safe during the Covid-19 crisis.
An Aberdeen business leader believes the withdrawal of a main contractor from the city's harbour expansion could open the door for a local firm to finish the job.
Aberdeen leaders have urged the public to remain vigilant as lockdown restrictions begin to ease.
City leaders have unveiled plans on how they will lead Aberdeen through a gradual lifting of the Covid-19 restrictions.
Aberdeen City Council is gearing up to lift some lockdown restrictions from Thursday.
A north-east MSP has called on Scotland's local government umbrella organisation to reveal how much coronavirus could cost councils.
City council chiefs have warned services in Aberdeen are facing cuts amid claims the region missed out on millions of pounds of coronavirus funding.
Government officials have been urged to back a proposal to scrap council debt repayments and help them fight coronavirus – potentially saving Aberdeen more than £20 million.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen have dealt with more than 98% of applications for coronavirus crisis grants.
Council chiefs have vowed to come up with a rescue plan to help Aberdeen out of lockdown.
Councillors have unanimously backed the use of compulsory purchase orders, securing land for a long-awaited Aberdeen roads project.
A leading business group has called on Aberdeen City Council to do more to get vital business grants to firms in need during the Covid-19 pandemic.
More than £13m of coronavirus grants have been given to business by Aberdeen City Council.
To receive the relief, a property must be unoccupied by people and unfurnished with “all moveable items” removed.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council said the financial impact of coronavirus on the city could be reduced to £20 million, amid accusations of scaremongering.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has called for local authorities to receive their fair share of funding allocated to aid the fight against coronavirus.
More than 1,500 council employees in Aberdeen have volunteered to help fill critical roles during the coronavirus crisis.
Concerns have been raised over the location of the proposed Aberdeen energy transition zone after it emerged it would include St Fittick’s Park as well as Doonies Rare Breeds Farm.
All library services across Aberdeen will remain open – after council officers’ option to close four of the community spaces was rejected.
Plans to create an energy transition zone on the site of an Aberdeen park and animal farm have been branded “unreasonable” by a local councillor.