Plans for a waterside residential development have moved a step closer after councillors agreed to go ahead with a public consultation.
Improvements could be made at eight more city schools if the second phase of funding for expanded childcare is approved next week.
Primary school pupils from across Aberdeen have been showing off their dancing skills to legendary ballerina and former Strictly judge Dame Darcey Bussell.
The Loirston 50+ group looked ink-credible after using just sticky tape to turn the fine print into garments.
Prince Charles highlighted the depth of his interest in Aberdeen’s oil industry yesterday during a visit to a new £20 million centre for testing subsea technologies.
An Aberdeen hospital ward for people with acute mental illness is to close due to an ongoing staffing crisis.
Fears have been raised about the safety of pupils making their away across one of the Aberdeen's busiest roads to get to a new school.
A call has been made for all pupils to be taken to a new Aberdeen school by bus - even if they live over the road from it.
A new supermarket could be lined up for a site formerly earmarked for an Aberdeen football stadium.
An Aberdeen community is soon to see the opening of its first cafe.
An old farmhouse which has been targeted by fire-raisers will be demolished next month.
Stretching from Cults to Portlethen, the Aberdeen South and North Kincardine constituency is another one of contrast.
WORK to build more than 1,000 homes on the banks of a loch could start next year.
REVISED plans to create a supermarket on the outskirts of Aberdeen are expected to be tabled.
PROPOSALS to create around 1,000 homes in Aberdeen are set to bring in more than £11.5 million benefits to the city.
A NEW Traveller site for Aberdeen could be signed off next week, with the issue dividing opinion in the area.