More than 150 people took part in a climate change protest in Aberdeen city centre as part of a string of protests in the city and throughout the country.
Members of the public are being given the opportunity to comment on the major refurbishment of Broad Street.
More than 150 of campaigners have gathered in Aberdeen today to raise awareness of climate change.
The director of a environmental group has praised Aberdeen youngsters set to strike to demand action on climate change.
A group of young people will hold a climate change protest in Aberdeen this week. More than 500 people have shown their interest in attending the event at 11am on Friday at Marischal College. The picketers are aiming “to show our world leaders we want something to be done about this”.
A free evening parking scheme could be thrown out after it was found to have no impact on increasing city footfall.
A local authority is calling on Aberdeen parents to voice their opinions on the council’s family advice service.
Aberdeen residents will have one last chance to shop as part of the Christmas Village this weekend.
Christmas has officially started early in Aberdeen, as the Christmas Market has opened its doors.
A new movie about Robert the Bruce has inspired a guide to places in the north-east with historical significance to the legendary monarch.
The water fountain at the heart of Aberdeen's Broad Street has been officially switched on.
Parking is to be free after 5pm in parts of Aberdeen city centre for a trial period.
Cyclists descended on a Aberdeen City Council's headquarters to protest over a lack of bike infrastructure.
Fifty of Aberdeen's buildings have been selected for a book celebrating their historic and architectural significance.
His silver Vauxhall Zafira was taken by a gang of youths who are suspected of three other car thefts since Friday.
Youth groups in Aberdeen can grab a share of a £10,000 local authority cash pot.
Organisers of a popular art festival spoke of their hopes it will be “bigger and better” this year as it launched in the city.
An Aberdeen building is poised to light up as part of a national charity campaign.
Police are examining CCTV in a bid to trace a missing north-east man.
Marischal College will be lit by the colours of the rainbow tonight to mark International Day Against Homophobia.
A union boss today called for “open and honest information” on how many jobs will be lost at Aberdeen City Council and where they will fall.
An iconic Aberdeen building was lit up as part of a national campaign to raise awareness of a genetic disorder.
Aberdeen council under fire from union for appointing employment consultant as it plans to cut up to 370 jobs
A union boss has today said it “beggars belief” Aberdeen City Council has hired a new employment consultant as it looks to cut up to 370 posts.
A North-east food firm is set to pipe a container of haggis ice cream through Aberdeen’s city centre.
Almost 900 people have helped shed light on plans to showcase Aberdeen's landmarks.
People are being given the chance to see 20 decorated anchor sculptures together for the first time in Aberdeen.
Landmarks across Aberdeen will be lit up in pink and blue this week to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week across the world.
Aberdeen councillors have approved plans to make savings of £25.5 million by changing the way its services are operated.
Market stalls at this year’s Aberdeen Christmas market will be set up in the quad of Marischal College.
People will be able to see the Granite City from a different perspective with a camera obscura event.