City chiefs have been accused of "running scared" by opposition leaders after rejecting calls to hold a full council meeting this month.
Communications giant BT has been urged to "invest in the city" amid fears more than 100 jobs could go in Aberdeen.
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.
A council leader has warned the cost of a number of major development projects in the city is set to rise because of coronavirus.
Two planned anti-lockdown protests didn't take place over the weekend "because Aberdeen folk have more sense".
Opposition councillors in Aberdeen have accused the ruling administration of “running scared” to move meetings online.
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.
Opposition councillors in Aberdeen have condemned the city council after plans to live-stream meetings were rejected.
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.
Opposition councillors in Aberdeen have called for live local authority committee meetings to be made available to the press and public.
Aberdeen's former deputy Lord Provost has been referred to a public standards watchdog.
Aberdeen South is regarded by many as one to watch in the upcoming General Election.
An Aberdeen councillor has urged local authority chiefs to take action to tackle overflowing bins in his ward.
The Lib Dem councillor would go up against Ross Thomson for the Aberdeen South seat
A call has been made for Aberdeen City Council to declare it has “no confidence” in Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
A motion has been put forward calling on Aberdeen City Council to declare a “climate emergency”.
An Aberdeen councillor has voiced concerns over the state of Aberdeen’s green spaces.
An opposition councillor has today said he is “anxious” to assess the condition of Aberdeen's historic Provost Skene’s House.
A councillor hopes safety improvements can be made at a junction on a former trunk road in Aberdeen.
A popular city councillor is celebrating 25 years of fighting for his constituents.
Gas firm SGN have come under fire after major roadworks in Aberdeen were extended by another week.
Aberdeen City Council workers have been left red-faced after painting a set of double yellow lines on the wrong junction.
The councillor claims Transport Scotland has promised three times to install cantilever-type traffic lights at a crossing on South Anderson Drive – and has failed to deliver on each occasion.
Proposals to make two Aberdeen roads one-way in a bid to reduce damage to parked cars have been narrowly rejected by councillors.
Aberdeen City Council co-leaders have called for urgent cross-party talks over cuts to their budget.
A proposal to allow Aberdeen's residents to use speed cameras will be considered by councillors next week.
National transport bosses have taken responsibility for the damaged sections of a retaining wall on a busy Aberdeen road after years of debate.
A plan to allow Aberdeen residents to use speed cameras will not be considered until September.