The annual number of affordable homes approved and started in Scotland has increased despite restrictions introduced because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest figures.
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.
A pilot scheme that provides first-time buyers with loans of up to £25,000 to help them get on the property ladder is being continued next year, the housing minister said.
An Aberdeen MSP has insisted the introduction of strict new measures is crucial to keeping services running.
More funding has been announced to help families in fuel poverty install insulation and energy-efficient heating systems.
It could be April 2022 before a new licensing system for Airbnb-style short term lets is up and running across Scotland.
More than 35,000 jobs in Aberdeen could be lost if the UK Government's furlough scheme ends next month, an MP has warned.
The number of people claiming a reduction in council tax in Aberdeen has risen to its highest in five years.
The number of households assessed as being homeless have risen by 4% in the past year, with the figures including more than 15,000 children without a stable home.
Scotland's finance secretary has said it was important for the government to act as "quickly as possible" in the wake of Wednesday's flooding and tragic train crash.
The UK Government’s “no recourse to public funds” (NRPF) policy is “inhumane” and the main barrier to ending homelessness, Scotland’s housing minister has said.
Fans and politicians have reacted angrily to the Dons players actions.
Two MSPs have encouraged north-east residents to visit their community pharmacy after a new service was launched this week.
An Aberdeen MSP has welcomed a £100 million package of support from the Scottish Government for those looking for work or at risk of redundancy as Covid-19 leaves its mark on the employment market.
Two north-east MSPs have branded a consultation over redundancies a "sham" after meeting with company bosses.
Residents urged to not be complacent as figures reveal 32 areas in north-east with no coronavirus deaths
Residents in the north-east are being warned not to be complacent after new data revealed the 32 areas in the region where there have been no reported deaths from Covid-19.
Scottish ministers are calling on Westminster to “do the right thing” and suspend restrictions that deny some immigrants to the UK financial help.
Pubs and hotels across the north-east opened their beer gardens as punters flocked for their first pints since March.
The north-east showed its appreciation for healthcare staff across the country as the NHS celebrated its 72nd anniversary.
An Aberdeen MSP has called on the support of the local community to crackdown on illegal fly tipping in the area during lockdown.
A north-east MSP has hailed tens of thousands of people who have volunteered during the Covid-19 pandemic.
An Aberdeen MSP has urged those who are facing domestic abuse due to social isolation measures to contact help.
An Aberdeen MSP has urged people to stay at home and praised a member of his family who helps patients in hospital.
An Aberdeen MSP has called for a full investigation to be carried out after a woman was injured by a falling shop frontage.
An Aberdeen MSP has warned city residents to heed official advice not to travel during the Covid-19 lockdown.
An Aberdeen MSP has encouraged those who can to volunteer in their communities during the coronavirus outbreak.
An Aberdeen MSP today called on the UK Government to take urgent action to provide financial support for those who are self-employed.
A width restriction for HGVs could be in place on an Aberdeen road by October.
A Scottish Government minister has visited an Aberdeen social care charity to celebrate the achievements of its apprentices.