Aberdeen's Christmas tree has been switched on in a subdued ceremony.
Remembrance and wreath-laying services have taken place across the north-east this weekend in tribute to the armed forces.
Key workers in Aberdeen have been thanked through a special rainbow light display on the front of the iconic Marischal College.
Aberdeen's lord provost is to take part in an annual fundraising event to mark Challenge Poverty Week.
Aberdeenshire's Lord Provost has sent a message of thanks and praise to staff at the local authority for their commitment to communities throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
An oil painting of a former Lord Provost of Aberdeen has been revealed today.
Sir Alexander Anderson was the man who built Aberdeen.
Barney Crockett has said he is humbled by the success of the Lord Provost’s Charitable Trust Aberdeen Covid-19 Hardship Fund, as it prepares to go ahead with its third round of funding.
The Lord Provost’s Charitable Trust crowdfunding appeal has raised almost £240,000 in less than a month - thank to another generous donation.
The deadline is fast approaching for charities to apply to the Aberdeen Covid-19 Hardship Fund.
The Lord Provost's Covid-19 fund is set to give £161,596 to help residents experiencing financial hardship during the pandemic.
An Aberdeen trust has announced it will now accept applications for building repair grants across a larger part of Aberdeen city centre.
A charity has applied for fresh funding after the success of its pilot scheme.
Improvements have been made to an Aberdeen park after it received grant funding.
At a Town House meeting yesterday, the urgent business committee unanimously agreed to call on him to resign.
Hundreds of people braved the November chill to watch Aberdeen’s Christmas tree switch-on last night.
The Lord Provost has thrown his weight behind proposals to transform Aberdeen into a free port.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost has spoken of his honour after being chosen to represent a body aimed at boosting international trade.
Eighty years ago today, at 11.15am, prime minister Neville Chamberlain told the nation, Britain was going to war with Germany.
An Aberdeen fish and chip shop has been given a prestigious industry award only eight weeks after it opened.
A new north-east sports village will be officially opened this week.
Anna and Billy Kidd, who have worked in the Tillydrone community for more than three decades, were celebrated at the event hosted by Lord Provost Barney Crockett at the Town House.
Councillors in Aberdeen have adopted international guidelines on anti-Semitism.
A series of trail guides have been launched to help people discover historical and natural gems around the city.
A state-of-the-art drinking water tap has been installed in Aberdeen city centre in a bid to keep people hydrated.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost has met industry leaders and experts at an international energy conference.
The Lord Provost of Aberdeen is to seek the presidency of a major energy partnership.
Lord Provost Barney Crockett welcomed guests to an event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen has renewed its connection to the armed forces.
An original document ordering the search for a member of the Gunpowder Plot has been found in the city’s archives.