A number of roads are set to close as the Granite City welcomes the Great Aberdeen Run once more.
Right now there are 34 “high impact” disruptions ongoing or due to start within the next week. It means a total of 787 days of roadworks are currently in operation throughout Aberdeen
A shoplifter who threatened to “slice up” a security guard and urinated in a staff stairwell has had his sentence deferred.
A human trafficking charity has been given the stamp of approval from an organisation verifying the standards of second-hand goods.
A number of roads are set to close next month as the Granite City welcomes the Great Aberdeen Run once more.
Alan Shand, 40, of Urquhart Street, Aberdeen, pled guilty to stealing two phones, three purses and their contents from Abacus Nursery on King Street on Monday.
A man has denied causing the death of an 83-year-old woman by driving carelessly in a lorry.
A man who stole wine from two Aberdeen city centre shops has been fined.
A charity boss has blasted callous thieves who stole clothing intended to help people in need.
An Aberdeen road has reopened following a two-vehicle crash.
A Dundee man is alleged to have caused the death of an 83-year-old Aberdeen woman by driving carelessly in a lorry.
A series of projects worth £1.2 million have been approved to boost the city – but opposition councillors fear a lack of detail.
Residents of two Aberdeen streets could be moved any day now due to “sinking” homes.
Roads bosses at Aberdeen City Council have drafted the new report setting out how the main arteries around Aberdeen will be realigned to move traffic away from crossing the city centre and on to the new AWPR instead.
Police have been called to a two-car crash on an Aberdeen road. The collision happened at 12.20pm today on King Street at its junction with Mounthooly Way. A red Vauxhall Astra and a blue Suzuki Vitara were involved in the incident. It is understood nobody was seriously injured in the crash.
A busy Aberdeen junction has reopened following a two-car crash.
An Aberdeen street was closed for several hours this morning following a police incident.
Councillors have approved five new noise management areas in Aberdeen.
Graeme Fyfe, 44, was caught stealing alcohol and detergent from Morrisons on King Street, and reacted angrily towards staff when stopped, before urinating in a stairwell.
Children still do not have privacy while using the toilet at an Aberdeen nursery – almost five years after inspectors first raised the issue.
Plans have been approved to create 13 flats on a busy Aberdeen street.
Drivers are facing long tailbacks heading out of Aberdeen city centre today. Traffic is currently slow moving on King Street at the St Machar roundabout to Ellon Road. It is understood the issue has been caused by roadworks on Balgownie Road with Ellon Road down to one lane.
Officers are appealing for information after equipment was stolen from an Aberdeen cathedral.
An Aberdeen bus firm is holding a recruitment event to celebrate national woman’s day.
Dozens of residents on two Aberdeen streets will be moved to new homes and their flats demolished after the properties were found to be sinking.
Two people have been cut free from a vehicle after a two-car crash in a north-east town.
A man threw £5,000 of cocaine out of a car window as police followed him through Aberdeen.
A bus firm has announced changes to three of its services.
Firefighters were called to tackle a blaze at an Aberdeen block of flats. Two fire appliances attended the incident at Livingstone Court, King Street, shortly after 3pm. A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said: “There was a small fire in one of the first-floor flats. “It was extinguished on arrival. “There were no casualties.”
Plans to create a space so that home shopping can be offered at an Aberdeen supermarket have been lodged with the local authority.