An Aberdeen MSP is lending his support to a social media initiative that aims to raise awareness about the relationship between football and betting.
Young people in Aberdeen have been recognised for their volunteer work.
A new campaign has been launched to try to tackle problem gambling in the north-east.
Aberdeen City Council has been criticised for failing to contact residents affected by a potential bid to forcefully buy their property.
Plans for a set of four sculptures to be placed on Aberdeen’s Broad Street have been shelved due to safety fears.
An Aberdeen MSP today urged people to take part in a charity sleep-out to help eradicate homelessness.
People in the north-east is being urged to wear pink for breast cancer awareness on October 19.
An MSP today called for SPFL chiefs to change their “perverse” Betfred Cup semi-final decision or quit.
Aberdeen Central MSP Kevin Stewart has written to SPFL boss Neil Doncaster to express his “dismay” over the fixture.
A north-east workman who died after a fall was a “one of a kind” and an “amazing man”, his daughter has said.
Police today named the 51-year-old man who died after falling at the new AECC site.
An MSP has said “major lessons” need to be learned after it emerged planners have recommended flattening an Aberdeen landmark.
A politician has welcomed news that an allowance for carers will be rolled out from next month.
Council chiefs have called on the public not to use an Aberdeen recycling point as a “waste disposal” area after concerns were raised over littering at the site.
An MSP is “delighted” at the creation of 20 new jobs in Aberdeen.
A community trust has secured more than £160,000 to turn a disused bowling green into a market garden and cafe.
An MSP has slammed the state of line markings outside an Aberdeen primary school as “dangerous” – and demanded the council rectifies the problem before children return.
An MSP has called for an inquiry after it was revealed Broad Street will be forced to close again for “urgent” works, less than a week after it opened.
Concerns have been expressed over an Aberdeen graveyard being turned into a dumping ground.
A north-east MSP has suggested a way for councils to adopt a creative way of tackling litter caused by cigarette butts.
A senior politician has accused the UK Government of “dragging out” the introduction of a measure to help gambling addicts.
A children's charity has issued an urgent appeal for new volunteers so it can help more young people.
An Aberdeen MSP has appealed for firms removing combustible cladding from their buildings in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire to receive a VAT exemption for the work.
An Aberdeen MSP has praised a music initiative after it was awarded funding.
A conservation charity has launched its dolphin watching scheme in Aberdeen for the new season.
An Aberdeen MSP has called on more action to raise awareness on a disease that affects the brain and spinal cord.
The Home Office is poised to open a centre in the city for those sitting British citizenship tests.
MSP hits out at UK Government as “payment dodgers” leave Aberdeen parents thousands of pounds out of pocket
Thousands of North-east parents are owed a share of £28.1 million due to “payment dodgers”, new figures show.
Network Rail has been urged to reschedule works planned for next month which could affect Dons fans.
An MSP has written to a bus firm to rethink a popular bus service being axed.