Revised legislation will make it easier for councillors to take paid leave, according to the Scottish Government.
An Aberdeen MSP has welcomed figures showing more than 2,000 families have benefitted from new welfare payments.
A group of Aberdeen Labour councillors suspended after forming a coalition with the Conservatives have been out in the cold for 1,000 days.
A senior politician has called for a party leader to “back or sack” nine Aberdeen councillors suspended from Scottish Labour.
A fatal accident inquiry will be held into the death of a painter working at Aberdeen’s new exhibition centre.
Foundations have been put in place in an bid to end homelessness in Scotland, a minister has said.
Homeowners are being asked for their opinions on how to make their homes warmer and greener.
An Aberdeen MSP has praised the work of nurses caring for those with terminal illnesses.
An Aberdeen MSP has welcomed greater protection for victims of domestic abuse.
An Aberdeen MSP has welcomed the news that Aberdeen is to benefit from a £27 million fund.
North-east MPs must ‘hang heads in shame’ for supporting unlawful suspension of Parliament, says Aberdeen MSP
Kevin Stewart, Aberdeen Central SNP MSP, said Boris Johnson “must resign” following the ruling that suspending Parliament was unlawful, adding the north-east Conservative MPs who supported him should “consider their position”.
A north-east MSP has waded into the debate over Aberdeen’s controversial “garden tax” which will begin next month.
An MSP has written to council bosses over a long-running saga regarding windows at an Aberdeen property.
A BBC decision to charge pensioners to watch television has been branded a “complete and utter disgrace” by a north-east MSP.
North-east projects have received funding from a supermarket foundation.
A north-east Brexiteer MP has been accused of ignoring the interests of his constituents in backing Boris Johnson to be Britain’s next prime minister.
An Aberdeen MSP will hold an event for European citizens living in the city.
An Aberdeen MSP has praised an organisation for strengthening cultural ties between Poland and Scotland.
An Aberdeen politician has applauded new figures which show 305 families in the city have been helped by a Government grant scheme.
A north-east MSP has hit back at calls for Labour to back proposals for devolution of all rail services.
A north-east MSP has called on his political rivals to back full devolution of rail services to the Scottish Government.
A north-east woman has been given a new lease of life shedding more than six stone in just a year – thanks to a weight-loss workshop.
A north-east MSP has opened a new affordable housing project.
The decision by a bank to shut an Aberdeen city centre branch has sparked criticism.
An organisation which provides support to people affected by others’ drinking has been recognised for its work.
After being praised by for his selflessness, Ryan said the only thanks he wants is for people to give him McDonald’s Monopoly tokens, explaining, “the tokens can be exchanged for meals and we can then give those meals to the homeless".
A benefit top-up to carers will make “a real difference” to the 6,000 people who have received it, a senior politician has said.
The north-east would be among the hardest-hit parts of Scotland if there is a no-deal Brexit in 35 days, a new report claims.
An Aberdeen MSP has hit out at the government for delaying launching a citizenship test centre in the city.
An Aberdeen MSP has called on an AWPR contractor to give assurances on the future maintenance of the bypass.