Businesses across the north-east are taking part in a new Christmas scheme in the hope of bringing people back to the city centre during its hour of greatest need.
Local authority leaders have urged an overhaul of disciplinary procedures after a disgraced Aberdeen councillor was handed a suspension.
Aberdeen is set to stay at level two of the Scottish Government's Covid-19 framework when it is reviewed tomorrow.
The leader of Aberdeenshire Council has admitted he "wouldn't be surprised" if Covid-19 restrictions are tightened in the region.
Video: Scotland fans: Calls for investigation into celebrations at Aberdeen’s Draft Project following goal against Serbia
A health boss has warned coronavirus does not take a "minute off, much less 90 minutes, extra time and penalties" after videos emerged of football fans cheering and hugging during the Scotland game last night.
Video: ‘First-class’ nurseries in Aberdeen revealed as part of £23million early-years improvement project
Two revamped nurseries have been unveiled as part of Aberdeen City Council's £23 million investment into early learning and childcare.
Workers in Aberdeen are several times more likely to be at risk of redundancy than in other Scottish cities, a major economic report has found.
Council and business leaders have spoken of their disappointment after it emerged the north-east would remain in level two of the Scottish Government's Covid-19 framework.
North-east football chiefs and city leaders have united in calls for fans to be admitted to games - as one chairman warned of the "devastating" impact of empty stadia on clubs.
Aberdeen's council and business leaders have spoken of their disappointment at level two measures being imposed on the city with it dubbed as a move towards a "winter of discontent".
‘It’s been a living nightmare’: Ross Thomson rebuilding life after inquiry dismisses sex assault claims
Sex assault allegations against Boris Johnson's former Scottish campaign manager, Ross Thomson, were "malicious" and unfounded, a House of Commons inquiry has ruled.
Controversial social distancing measures at Aberdeen beach are set for the chop after councillors voted to remove them.
Aberdeen City Council agrees contract change to help secure rescheduled Tour of Britain events for the city
Aberdeen City Council’s growth and resources committee today agreed to proceed with a new contract which will see next year’s final stage of the Tour of Britain cycling event take place in the city.
Councillors have approved a raft of capital projects in Aberdeen worth nearly half a million pounds.
Councillors have given the green light for a new "hydrogen hub" to be created in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen's streets will have a festive feel this winter - despite a swathe of events being cancelled due to Covid-19.
The co-leaders of Aberdeen City Council have urged the First Minister to meet them in a bid to tackle the "economic tsunami" caused by Covid-19.
Aberdeen's council leaders have written to the Scottish Government to highlight the "unfairness" of financial support packages agreed for businesses in the city.
Controversial social distancing measures on streets across Aberdeen could remain in place for at least three more months.
Aberdeen council leaders have clashed with national transport chiefs over the amount of cash the city should receive to pay for the detrunking of two major roads.
A dazzling array of Christmas lights will lead visitors around an Aberdeen much changed by the pandemic this year.
Hospitality businesses which were forced to close during Aberdeen's local lockdown are in line for an extra funding boost.
Council leaders have ordered a review into social distancing measures installed across Aberdeen, the Evening Express can reveal today.
North-east council chiefs have called for the region to get a fair deal of any fresh funding after a new financial package was announced by the Scottish Government to help them deal with the costs of the pandemic.
Aberdeen's city leaders have reacted with dismay to new restrictions brought in to curb the spread of Covid-19.
The co-leaders of Aberdeen City Council have urged the First Minister to publish the advice behind the decision not to impose a local lockdown on Glasgow.
Business leaders have warned jobs in the north-east are still at risk, despite the UK Government unveiling a new top-up scheme.
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.