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.
Opposition councillors have hit out at city leaders over looming cuts to vital services in next month’s budget.
Council leaders have warned the city faces another round of savage cuts as they try to find £80 million of savings over the next two years.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has warned the local authority will have to make “difficult decisions” following the Scottish Government’s budget.
The SNP stormed to victory in Aberdeen South in a rejection of “Tory austerity and “Boris Johnson’s Brexit”.
Aberdeen City Council’s co-leaders have come under fire for refusing to remove a councillor embroiled in an anti-Semitism storm from a high-profile role.
Aberdeen South is regarded by many as one to watch in the upcoming General Election.
An Aberdeen council leader has today pledged not to cut funding from community centres currently under review.
The Scottish Conservatives have announced their candidate to replace Ross Thomson in next month's General Election after the MP stood down.
One of the co-leaders of Aberdeen City Council has been nominated for a national award.
Council chiefs have started the 100-day countdown to the long-awaited reopening of the Aberdeen Art Gallery.
Aberdeen City Council’s co-leader has been accused of seeking to walk away from his role after announcing he is to stand in the Scottish Parliament election.
Elected members from across the political spectrum have paid tribute to a former Aberdeen councillor who passed away at the age of 76.
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.
Exclusive: We won’t shut Aberdeen libraries – council co-leader rules out ‘draconian step’ in budget cuts
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.
Aberdeen’s depute provost Alan Donnelly suspended as police investigate sexual harassment allegation
Aberdeen's depute provost is being investigated by police over an allegation of sexual harassment.