The SNP have been accused of short-changing councils in the north-east by more than £140 million this year alone.
New stations could be created at Kittybrewster and Bucksburn in addition to Cove – where a site assessment has already been carried out.
Thousands of members of the public have voiced their support for a campaign to keep the north's last department store in Aberdeen.
They were the buildings which were supposed to help Aberdeen residents advance into a bright new future.
‘Fantastically disappointing’: George Street businesses vow to ‘keep going’ despite potential loss of John Lewis
An Aberdeen trader has said the likely closure of John Lewis is “fantastically disappointing” for small businesses on George Street – but insisted the area’s shops will “keep going”.
The number of Scots being housed in temporary accommodation increased by more than a quarter during the Covid-19 pandemic, the latest homelessness figures show.
The Scottish Government will offer free cladding inspections of high-rise buildings, the housing minister has announced.
Oxford have added Sam Winnall to their squad for the visit of Blackpool.
Opponents have accused Aberdeen City Council's leadership of misleading city residents over its council housing programme.
A parliamentary question is set to be submitted today after the death of a Cove OAP went undiscovered for years - and only came to light when she failed to show for a Covid jab.
A north-east MSP says “gold standard” council houses being built in Aberdeen should be replicated across the country.
An Aberdeen charity today told of its disappointed after funding was axed for two of its “critical” mental health services.
Revellers were discovered hiding in bushes after late-night police raids.
A total of 13 cases have been identified at Summerhill Home in the city.
A new law intended to tackle the growth of short-term let properties has been pushed back in Holyrood’s schedule until after the Scottish election in May.
B&B owners claim plans for a new licensing scheme for short-term lets will have "serious unintended consequences" on a recovering tourism sector.
Aberdeen Central MSP Kevin Stewart is demanding Prime Minister Boris Johnson grants automatic settlement rights to all EU nationals living in Scotland ahead of a deadline for applying.
A government commitment to provide funding for projects in the city has been welcomed.
An Aberdeen MSP has welcomed additional financial support which is to be given to fishermen and seafood businesses.
Aberdeen City Council has agreed to seek advice on appealing the decision to award eight multi-storey buildings in the city Grade A listed status.
Plans to tackle short-term lets are "damaging and misguided" and will "undoubtedly" lead to the closure of B&Bs, say tourism bosses in the north.
Blackpool boss Neil Critchley could be boosted by the return of several players for the Sky Bet League One clash with Northampton.
A group of politicians were to meet the boss of a heritage body over the controversial decision to list eight of Aberdeen’s high-rise buildings.
Will Keane could return for Wigan as they prepare to host Blackpool.
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.
Health bosses have revealed plans for a crisis-hit Aberdeen medical centre to continue providing services.
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.
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.
An investigation has been launched after 30 staff and patients tested positive for coronavirus at an Aberdeen hospital.