Volunteers are needed in the Granite City to train as lifestyle coaches for a research study.
Councillors will tomorrow be asked for their views on a proposed shake-up at high-street betting shops.
An MSP is urging Aberdeen City Council to immediately put a plan in place to stop a historic building from being “left to rot”.
A boost to childcare funding has been welcomed by an Aberdeen MSP.
Students should get more help from Aberdeen’s universities to prevent them from becoming hooked on gambling, an MSP has said.
An MSP has called for tougher action on Fixed-Odds Betting Terminals after £9 million was made in Aberdeen last year.
The deputy provost at Aberdeen City Council has accepted the role of MSP.
Construction workers have been "put at risk" at the Marischal Square development, according to safety bosses.
Aberdeen residents are being urged to check whether they are eligible for a reduction in their council tax rates.
Hoax callers could be "putting lives at risk" as figures show the ambulance service has received more than 420 malicious calls since 2011.
A man who said he would “punish” a city MSP after feeling he was being fobbed off by his office has been admonished.
Residents around an Aberdeen tower block have told of their shock after three people died in an incident police are treating as a double murder.
SNP MSP Kevin Stewart reiterated the party's commitment to a major trauma centre in the North-east, as he stormed to victory in Aberdeen Central.
The sparkling grey granite of Union Street sits at the heart of the Aberdeen Central constituency. But as well as the city’s main retail areas, the constituency covers a number of varied wards. Voters living in Tillydrone, Seaton and the harbour area are likely to have different priorities from those in the more affluent Midstocket and Rosemount.
An unofficial dumping ground in Aberdeen city centre has been branded a "disgrace".
Compulsory 3D imaging should be made available for all major planning applications at an early stage, according to Aberdeen Central MSP Kevin Stewart.
SNP politicians today said the area deserved more support from the Tory-led UK Government after it pledged £125 million towards the City Region Deal.
A DECISION to strip United States presidential candidate Donald Trump of his honorary degree has been welcomed by North-east politicians.
MORE than £1.4 million could be axed from the North-east's charity budget by the UK Government, Aberdeen Central MSP Kevin Stewart has warned.
AN MSP has written to Aberdeen City Council's chief executive amid concerns over a taxi firm possibly coming to the North-east.