Heritage chiefs have been urged to think again about the decision to award eight high-rise blocks in Aberdeen the same protected status as the city’s most iconic buildings.
Rent controls should be introduced in Scotland because “timid actions” to protect tenants are not working, the Scottish Greens have said.
Health bosses have revealed plans for a crisis-hit Aberdeen medical centre to continue providing services.
The ban on evictions in Scotland will be extended until at least March 31, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she believes a ban on evictions during the Covid-19 pandemic should be extended.
A Facebook group sharing the location of police carrying out speed checks on vehicles has been branded "a disgrace".
Around 200 ambulance staff in the north-east have had to take time off because of Covid-19, new figures show.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats have called for action to be taken on homelessness in Scotland after it emerged more than 12,000 children were without a home last Christmas.
Cosy evenings gathered round the fireplace and mishaps in the kitchen have caused the most Christmas Day call-outs for fire crews, new figures show.
A minister has apologised after changes to the rules on smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in Scottish homes were delayed for a year due to the pandemic.
Domestic abuse is the “main cause” of women becoming homeless, according to a new report by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Scotland and Scottish Women’s Aid.
Owners of short-term lets will have until April 2023 before they have to apply for a licence to operate the properties.
New homes will have to be built with heating systems that produce no carbon emissions from 2024 under Scottish Government plans.
New flats, social homes and shared residential buildings will have to install fire sprinklers from March next year.
The number of Scottish households in fuel poverty fell slightly between 2018 and 2019 – but the amount considered to be in extreme fuel poverty increased.
An investigation has been launched after 30 staff and patients tested positive for coronavirus at an Aberdeen hospital.
Local authority leaders have urged an overhaul of disciplinary procedures after a disgraced Aberdeen councillor was handed a suspension.
The Scottish Government will invest £35 million in the creation of a new tool for the planning system which will make it easier for the public to be involved in the process.
The owner of a bar at the centre of a police investigation into alleged breaches of coronavirus measures during the Scotland v Serbia match has said staff were “unable to prevent or contain what happened”.
Aberdeen City Council and Police Scotland have launched an investigation after footage posted online showed fans in a pub allegedly breaching coronavirus measures while celebrating Scotland’s victory over Serbia.
Video: Scotland fans: Calls for investigation into celebrations at Aberdeen’s Draft Project following goal against Serbia
A health boss has warned coronavirus does not take a "minute off, much less 90 minutes, extra time and penalties" after videos emerged of football fans cheering and hugging during the Scotland game last night.
North-east business leaders have spoken of their "relief" after the furlough scheme was extended.
A petition lodged with MSPs has called for the regulation of residential trampolines.
Licensing for short-term lets in Scotland could put 17,000 jobs at risk, according to research commissioned by Airbnb.
An Aberdeen MSP has encouraged those in the city facing financial hardship through self-isolation to apply for a grant.
An Aberdeen MSP has called for a review into fire safety at high-rise blocks in the city.
Residents in the north-east have been urged to "stick with it" as new measures were introduced to combat Covid-19.
A north-east MSP has been confirmed as a candidate for next year's Scottish Parliament election.
An Aberdeen MSP has urged all students in the city to listen to newly published guidance.
An Aberdeen MSP has insisted the introduction of strict new measures is crucial to keeping services running.