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.
A councillor is warning residents to be vigilant after donations to charity were picked up by bogus collectors.
A veteran councillor who dramatically left the Liberal Democrat party today said she left the group as she believed they would form an "uncomfortable relationship" with the SNP.
Aberdeen's Liberal Democrats leader has said his "best bet" is on the Conservatives and Labour taking power in the Town House.
Aberdeen city council's Liberal Democrat group has called on parties to "work together" in the new council term, despite the SNP saying it has "no intention" of entering an agreement with the Conservatives.
Aberdeen's Liberal Democrat group has been approached by more than one party to enter coalition talks as parties scramble to try to form the next council administration.
A councillor today said elected members ignored the results of a consultation into a street name change.
A councillor today called for traffic light cameras to be installed at two crossings on a busy Aberdeen road.
A councillor has renewed his calls for safety measures to be introduced at crossings on a major city road.
Two councillors have raised their concerns with an airport boss about a controversial drop-off fee for drivers doubling in price.
Councillors have launched a campaign calling for the region’s airport to scrap a £2 charge imposed on drivers dropping off passengers.
Takeaways, letters and someone turning up to rent a room are just some of the things that have arrived at wrong addresses in Aberdeen after confusion over a doubled street name.
A DECISION to strip United States presidential candidate Donald Trump of his honorary degree has been welcomed by North-east politicians.