Tackling fuel poverty is one of the important strands of Aberdeen City Council’s anti-poverty strategy.
Aberdeen leaders have prepared an emergency motion in a bid to scrap planned changes to city bus routes.
Council chiefs have started the 100-day countdown to the long-awaited reopening of the Aberdeen Art Gallery.
Work on a council housing development involving the construction of almost 300 new homes in Dyce will begin in the autumn.
Aberdeen City Council would only make a bid to take over bus services in the city if it is “financially viable” to do so, it has been claimed.
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.
A major cycling race will give the city the opportunity to test out Broad Street for future events, a co-leader of the council has claimed.
The OVO Energy Tour Services circuit for this year has been launched – and will take in Broad Street.
Council leaders in the north-east have warned they will reach a point when providing certain services becomes “unsustainable”.
The chairman of a leading thinktank is will visit the north-east with the aim of inspiring Aberdeen leaders.
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”.
Aberdeen City Council’s co-leaders have vowed to protect a £1.6 million fund set up to tackle poverty and deprivation.
A survey to get residents’ views on community justice has been launched.
Community groups and trade unions across Aberdeen have spoken of their “shock” after being told the city faces cuts of up to £50 million.
Aberdeen council leaders want powers to be devolved to local government in a bid to tackle budget cuts.
The Scottish budget deal agreed yesterday saw a 3% cap on a council tax rise increase, giving councils across the country the option to raise council tax by up to 4.79%.
Money raised from a proposed tourist tax could be ring-fenced to help promote the city, according to claims from the co-leader of Aberdeen City Council.
Aberdeen City Council co-leaders have called for urgent cross-party talks over cuts to their budget.
North-east residents were today facing a 3% rise in their council tax bills as it emerged cuts could be made to frontline services.
Youth crime in Aberdeen has fallen by almost half in the past year.
The Finance Secretary has been asked to give Aberdeen an extra £20 million in a bid to help struggling businesses stay afloat.
Aberdeen's council leaders are gearing up to take part in a charity sleepout.
Aberdeen council leaders have chosen not to send out letters to teachers across the city over an ongoing pay wrangle.
Ms Laing told attendees the council wants more fiscal responsibilities in order to grow its own tax base, including powers over a tourist tax, business rates and air passenger duty.
Aberdeen City Council has committed more than half a million pounds to commission a service for young carers along with a grant scheme.
An oil and gas service company is expected to be the next occupant of a new city centre office and leisure development.
Council chiefs have hailed a new £13 million Aberdeen school as “fabulous” during a visit.
Opportunities to join community councils throughout Aberdeen will be under the spotlight at two information sessions this month.
A new £47 million secondary school in Aberdeen opened its doors to give a first glimpse at the facilities pupils can look forward to at the start of the new term.
Aberdeen businesses are being encouraged to sign up to a recruitment event.