Broad Street is one of the oldest thoroughfares in Aberdeen – with a long and colourful history at the heart of the Granite City.
Aberdeen's Marischal College is to be lit up in red tonight to celebrate children and young people with care experience on the sixth annual Care Day.
Charles Dickens is the author whose works and characters still resonate with audiences across the world more than 150 years after his death.
It was a piece of news which had some people querying whether April Fool's Day had arrived a few months early.
Aberdeen's iconic Marischal College turned red tonight to mark World AIDS Day.
Marischal College was lit up in blue to mark World Children’s Day.
An iconic Aberdeen building will be lit up to mark World Children’s Day.
Archaeologists have discovered an ancient settlement at Cruden Bay, dating back to the Iron Age.
Key workers in Aberdeen have been thanked through a special rainbow light display on the front of the iconic Marischal College.
It's a cosmopolitan city with a thriving port and a diverse range of industries that, in some cases, stretch back more than 1,000 years.
A multi-million-pound project to create a civic quarter in Aberdeen has moved forward after plans to "dispose" of the city's police headquarters was approved.
It was a time when the people of Aberdeen lived in terror of bodysnatchers – the grave robbers who would dig up your recently deceased loved ones to be dissected at the hands of anatomists and medical students.
The realities of life in the trenches were all too clearly highlighted during this year’s blockbuster film 1917.
Aberdeen City Council is appealing for volunteers to help them support more people throughout the pandemic.
Children are being invited to transform some of Aberdeen’s iconic buildings into creative works of art.
Aberdeen City Council has announced it will reduce the opening hours of the Customer Service Centre at Marischal College in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The CCTV network in Aberdeen is to be overhauled and upgraded.
Aberdeen's councillors have taken the decision to no longer offer catering facilities for staff.
Aberdeen City Council's new chatbot has been praised for understanding Doric.
Aberdeen City Council has unveiled a host of new proposals to drive forward its vision for the city centre.
A union chief hit out at Aberdeen City Council after a survey suggested stress among staff is at an “all time high”.
A group of climate change campaigners have returned to Aberdeen city centre.
Preparations are under way for the return of a popular art festival in Aberdeen.
Students plan to hold a climate change protest in Aberdeen on Valentine’s Day.
A torchlit vigil was held outside Marischal College in Aberdeen.
Campaigners gathered in Aberdeen city centre this afternoon to voice their frustration and fears over Brexit.
A campaign group plans to hold two events at an Aberdeen landmark tomorrow to mark the UK’s exit from the European Union.
As part of its Christmas appeal, Original 106 and CFINE are asking for donations of a range of items.
The vision for Queen Street would see more than 300 homes built and incorporate a civic hub, enhanced heritage features and public space.
Stunning light installations taking inspiration from coastlines and Norse mythology are to take centre stage as part of a popular art festival in Aberdeen next year.