Taxpayers face a bill of thousands after security was hired to stop drivers flouting city centre road closures.
A city councillor has raised concerns over traffic at a recycling centre in Aberdeen.
Police in Aberdeen have stepped up patrols in an Aberdeen community after reports of gatherings in the grounds of a former hotel.
Two of Aberdeen's lowest-claiming councillors have revealed the secret to keeping their expenses down.
An Aberdeen councillor has hit out after a city public garden was damaged and a plant taken.
An Aberdeen councillor has hit out at “selfish” people who continue to flout lockdown regulations.
Police have been alerted to a number of incidents in the west of Aberdeen in recent weeks of people riding off-road motorcycles irresponsibly at the Crematorium and Hazlehead golf course.
An Aberdeen councillor has praised a review into Police Scotland’s use of new emergency powers in response to Covid-19.
Aberdeen City Council has spent more than £60,000 in the last five years fixing damaged bus shelters throughout the region.
The number of school pupils in Aberdeen achieving key qualifications dropped last year.
Figures for November show just 35% were fixed within seven days, as bosses admit that completing repairs within the target time “continues to be challenging” due to problems recruiting qualified electricians.
An Aberdeen councillor has warned businesses in the north-east could be put at risk as a result of a voucher scam.
An Aberdeen councillor has voiced safety fears after representatives were urged to cut down on leaf-clearing requests.
Aberdeen will run out of burial space in around 10 years, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Yobs have been accused of putting lives at risk after removing a lifebelt from a popular walking site in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen residents are being urged to put themselves forward as candidates for a re-formed community council.
The congregation of a city church are doing their bit to help save lives by purchasing a potentially lifesaving device for the community.
Council chiefs have been blasted for axing grass cutting due to “severe” financial constraints.
Historic trees dating back two centuries could be lost forever, according to an Aberdeen councillor.
Developer vows to return with new ideas after plan to build hundreds of flats in Aberdeen thrown out
A developer today vowed to return with revised plans after an application to build hundreds of flats at an Aberdeen landmark was thrown out.
A councillor has praised the work of volunteers after the city was crowned winner of a prestigious horticultural contest.
Councillors have been urged to keep complaints about autumn leaves “to an absolute minimum”.
A Canadian developer has announced it intends to appeal a decision to refuse plans to build almost 300 flats at a famous Aberdeen landmark.
A mothballed community swimming pool could be handed a lifeline thanks to a feasibility study to look at temporarily reopening it.
Councillors who voted against the stadium proposal have explained their reasons why.
A new community orchard has taken root in Aberdeen.
A controlled parking zone in Aberdeen could be extended in a bid to help residents struggling to park near their homes.
Travellers who have pitched up beside a city academy have been given until Monday to leave.
Maggots and flies have been found in brown bins left uncollected in a city community.
Police are appealing for witnesses after multiple cars were vandalised on two Aberdeen streets.