The final flats in an Aberdeen community are being torn down ahead of the revamp of a major roundabout.
A supermarket, drive-thru and 187 homes could be built on the site of a demolished housing development in Aberdeen.
Plans to erect nearly 200 homes, shops and offices will be discussed next week.
Staff from an Aberdeen nursery are asking former pupils and their families to share memories ahead of the demolition of their old building.
An Aberdeen MP has called on officials to increase security around empty properties amid fears more fires could be started on purpose.
Transport bosses have said the discovery of a gull’s nest will not disrupt work to improve a notorious city roundabout.
Demolition work has begun as part of a £30 million project to improve a notorious Aberdeen roundabout.
Homes demolished as part of a major revamp of Aberdeen’s notorious Haudagain roundabout could be turned into a £40 million housing and retail scheme.
Proposals have been submitted again to demolish rundown empty shops to make way for almost 20 flats.