Dedicated volunteers have stepped up security measures at a derelict Aberdeen swimming pool a little more than a week after vandals struck.
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The team behind efforts to save historic Aberdeen baths have been granted more time.
Bosses confirmed a city nightclub has closed its doors for the final time, after staff were told the business would not make it through the pandemic.
A man has been acquitted of an Aberdeen city centre assault charge in a virtual trial.
Volunteers who are aiming to revive Aberdeen's Bon Accord Baths are appealing for help after the building was broken into several times and damaged during lockdown.
Crime and punishment loom large in Aberdeen's street names, whether they refer to Correction Wynd, Justice Mill Lane or the Gallowgate.
A call for clarity has been made over a plan to ban vehicles overnight from parts of Aberdeen city centre.
Three Aberdeen students have taken inspiration from the colourful world of carnivals for a fundraiser.
Part of an Aberdeen street will be closed for a week for essential sewer repair works to be carried out.
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Eriks Skels pushed the man who fell to the ground and suffered a head injury and a swollen lip.
Expressive artwork created by school pupils is on show at an Aberdeen hotel over the festive period.
A man has been fined after challenging someone to fight outside an Aberdeen nightclub.
A hotel chain has apologised after it was forced to evacuate an Aberdeen city centre branch as a result of a small fire.
Firefighters were today battling a blaze at a city centre hotel.
A man has been fined after punching a nightclub bouncer.
An Aberdeen building occupied by a health club has been bought for £4.3 million.
A creche, tea room and art gallery could be among the attractions at a treasured Aberdeen landmark when it is brought back to life.
An Aberdeen road was closed following an incident in the city centre today.
New traffic surveys are set to be carried out into proposals to pedestrianise eight Aberdeen streets in the evenings.
A prohibition of waiting is set to be in place on an Aberdeen city centre road to protect public safety during cable laying works.
The move, which forms part of Aberdeen City Council’s Masterplan, aims to make the streets safer for people using bars, clubs, restaurants and takeaways in the evenings.
Two men and a woman have been charged after items were allegedly stolen from a car parked in Aberdeen city centre.
An Aberdeen bar manager has hailed pedestrianisation as the best way to bring cafe culture to the city centre.