Businesses in Aberdeen city centre will vote on whether to retain its BID after councillors agreed to a revised ballot date.
An Aberdeen business chief says the city must "rebuild" its "cultural offering" to breathe new life into its ailing centre.
SNP MP Stephen Flynn has described remarks made by Scottish Conservative candidate Douglas Lumsden over Brexit as "appalling".
More than 20 big-name retailers will not reopen for business at a popular Aberdeen shopping precinct as the city continues to be “battered” by the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Aberdeen Football Club’s quest to build a new stadium has certainly not been easy.
A north-east professor has called for a "radical" revamp of Aberdeen's city centre following the news the region's last department store is to close.
A taskforce set up to save Aberdeen’s John Lewis store will “do everything” to ensure it stays in the city centre, the co-leader of the city council has said.
The people of Aberdeen are 'fully behind' the bid to keep John Lewis in the city, the taskforce set up to save it says.
Thousands of members of the public have voiced their support for a campaign to keep the north's last department store in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has hailed the city council’s “approach to thinking big” over its plans for a new stadium at the beach.
Retail giant John Lewis is prepared to reimagine its presence in the north of Scotland following crunch talks over the future of its only store in the region.
Business chiefs and city leaders were due to meet bosses at John Lewis today in a bid to convince the retail giant to remain in Aberdeen.
‘We will do everything we can to save John Lewis’: Aberdeen begins fight to save iconic department store
Aberdeen community leaders have vowed to do "everything they can" to save John Lewis.
Education chiefs have been warned pupils face huddling in temporary cabins in the playground due to overcrowding unless swift action is taken to build and extend schools in Aberdeen.
The north-east's route out of lockdown has been welcomed - but calls have been made to speed up the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions due to low case numbers.
Council chiefs will propose a £150 million investment to regenerate Aberdeen’s city centre and beach area, the Evening Express can exclusively reveal.
Opponents have accused Aberdeen City Council's leadership of misleading city residents over its council housing programme.
Aberdeen Budget 2021: Taxi marshalls and grass cutting face axe as council looks to make £30m savings
Aberdeen City Council has revealed its options to make more than £30 million of savings to plug a funding black hole.
Councillors could vote to freeze council tax in Aberdeen for the coming year at next week’s budget meeting.
Council officials in Aberdeen have received hundreds of applications for financial support from businesses in the space of a month.
Aberdeen City Council has agreed to seek advice on appealing the decision to award eight multi-storey buildings in the city Grade A listed status.
Aberdeen City Council's co-leader has said the rejection of pleas to extend a £500 bonus payment to local government staff is a 'slap in the face' to workers.
Ambitious plans to build a football stadium and leisure complex at Aberdeen beach have won the backing of the local community council.
Plans for a new football stadium at Aberdeen Beach could include a new sports complex to replace the existing leisure centre, council leaders say.
The world’s first hydrogen-powered double deckers were officially launched in Aberdeen today.
Bosses at an extreme sports centre say they are supportive of Aberdeen City Council’s plans for a new football stadium at the beach – even if it means it has to relocate.
Heritage chiefs have been urged to think again about the decision to award eight high-rise blocks in Aberdeen the same protected status as the city’s most iconic buildings.
Councillors have slammed those responsible for graffiti across Aberdeen after it emerged more than £100,000 of public money has been spent cleaning it up in the last year.
The leader of the House of Commons claims Aberdeen City Council has opted to open talks with UK Ministers about Westminster directly funding the city in a bid to avoid the "failures of the SNP".
Aberdeen is "running out of arguments" to stay in level two following a rise in Covid-19 cases, city leaders have warned.