A councillor has called on all groups involved in delivering Aberdeen FC’s controversial new stadium to engage with the public to stop the spread of misinformation.
A group opposing Aberdeen FC’s new stadium has been forced to fold earlier than expected due to threats made against its leaders.
American businessman Tom Crotty said it was an “honour and a challenge” to join the Aberdeen board after investing £1.3 million into the club.
The first work to build the multi-million-pound Dons stadium has begun – new images reveal.
"This is very welcome news which will come as a relief to our fans and the wider public who have supported the plans for Kingsford.
Campaigners have said they will not appeal against a court decision backing Aberdeen FC's new stadium project.
The city council put in place planning conditions, meaning the club must ensure parking arrangements are worked out at the stadium, along with a pedestrian bridge across the A944.
Plans have been lodged to build a communications tower near a football ground.
A judge today rejected a protest group’s legal appeal against Aberdeen FC’s new £50 million stadium at Kingsford.
The Scottish Courts and Tribunals service has confirmed a decision will be made tomorrow.
An Aberdeen councillor has called for safety measures to be introduced at an AWPR junction.
A former Aberdeen FC youth star has been given a new role with the club’s community organisation.
A legal challenge surrounding Aberdeen FC's plans to build a new stadium has gotten under way at Scotland’s top civil court.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes will no longer have to look with envy at the training facilities his squad use in Dubai, because he will have his own £11.5 million facility this summer.
McDonald's and Starbucks have tabled plans to move into a site across from Kingsford Stadium
Aberdeen will consider safe standing at the 20,000 stadium at Kingsford.
A legal hearing to determine whether a council was right to give the green light for a new stadium at Kingsford will get under way this week.
Campaigners challenging the building of Aberdeen FC’s Kingsford stadium have asked supporters to stump up more cash.
A new stadium for the Dons should not be treated as a “green light” for future developments in the area, objectors to another scheme have claimed at a public hearing.
A public hearing will take place next week to decide if three new restaurants should be built on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Football Club has appointed the main contractor in the construction of its new community sports hub and training facilities at Kingsford.
The north-east is set for £8.6 billion of investment from major projects, according to a new report.
A date has been set for a judicial review into the £50 million Kingsford stadium.
A public hearing could be held into plans to build three new restaurants on the outskirts of Aberdeen after more than 200 objections were lodged.
Campaigners against a new £50 million stadium for the Dons have formally lodged a petition for judicial review.
The designs were found by the Aberdeen University Special Collections department when cataloguing the MacDonald maps and plans collection, which dates to the late 1800s.
Chairman Stewart Milne today hailed starting work on the £10 million training complex at Kingsford as one of the most significant days in the Dons’ 115-year history.
Aberdeen boss McInnes on Kingsford: We don’t just want to do it … we want it to be as good as it can be
Boss Derek McInnes says Aberdeen want to have a stadium and training facilities that are the envy of other clubs.
Work has officially started on the construction of Aberdeen FC’s new home and chairman Stewart Milne says even legal challenges won’t stop the stadium being built.
Sir Alex Ferguson is awake and talking days after undergoing emergency surgery.