Evictions from properties have been suspended as a result of the coronavirus pandemic by the government body that handles bankruptcies in Scotland.
Businesses will be supported through the coronavirus pandemic, the Scottish Government has announced.
Last week council officers laid out a raft of potential savings and cuts – many of which did not come to pass.
Under the new budget, a number of services have been cut to reduce Aberdeen City Council’s £37.9 million funding black hole.
Aberdeen's councillors have taken the decision to no longer offer catering facilities for staff.
A new commitment has been made to one of Aberdeen's most vulnerable groups.
Council tax across Aberdeen is set to rise by 4% – after the budget outlining savings to plug a £37.9 million funding gap was approved.
Today Aberdeen councillors will decide the budget for the next financial year. A rise in council tax, cuts to services and increases to parking and garden waste charges are all on the cards. Follow the latest from our reporters Emma Morrice and Jamie Hall in the council chambers below.
Local authorities in the north-east are set to receive almost £8 million extra after the Scottish Government reached an agreement over its budget.
City leaders today warned cuts to all services are under consideration after revealing a raft of potential measures to plug a £37.9 million funding black hole.
Aberdeen councillors considered a raft of cost-saving measures last year to plug a £41.2 million funding blackhole.
Aberdeen council officers have prepared a raft of possible savings as part of the budget proposals for 2020/21.
The City will be looking to see if it will be hit by a further slump in the markets on Tuesday over fears about the spread of coronavirus.
The cost of energy and aeroplane tickets pushed household prices higher in the opening month of 2020, official statisticians have revealed.
A small number of customers in the failed mini-bond scheme London Capital and Finance (LCF) have been given the first payout from a fund set up to protect investors.
An event will be held to advise north-east residents on how to protect themselves against financial fraud.
An Aberdeenshire MSP is calling on his political opponents to get behind the Scottish Government’s draft budget proposals that commit £15 billion to health and care services.
The deputy first minister has promised “significant” investment in local authorities as the budget row goes on.
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.
Business leaders in Aberdeen have raised concerns about the contents of a new business rates bill passed by MSPs.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council has warned the local authority will have to make “difficult decisions” following the Scottish Government’s budget.
A new £2.5 million cardiac catheter laboratory is to be built in a vacant ward at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI).
Aberdeen council chiefs have revealed plans to recover £434,000 in school meal debts from parents in the city.
There’s a palpable increase in electric car interest across the UK. As the government looks to increase public use of electric cars and manufacturers bring more plug-in models to market, it’s a trend that is hard to ignore.
Santander has revealed UK profits slumped by 37% last year after taking a hit on the payment protection insurance (PPI) scandal and costs of its branch shake-up.
Berkeley Group will pay its shareholders a nearly half a billion pound windfall as it doubles the money it plans to return to investors.
Travelex has restored some of its systems after a New Year’s Eve cyber attack left customers unable to exchange foreign currency online at some of Britain’s biggest banks.
Politicians from across the north-east have welcomed progress on the Scottish budget date being set.
North-east council dips into cash reserves after spending two-thirds of budget in first eight months
Aberdeenshire Council has spent almost two-thirds of its budget over eight months according to a newly-published report.
Christmas hit the spot for Ryanair and the airline was able to upgrade its profit forecast, even as losses rose at an Austrian subsidiary.