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.
A new scheme to tackle antisocial motorcycling among young people is being trialled in Aberdeen.
Around 90 drains have been dug up and adjusted at a new housing development after they were laid incorrectly.
Calls have been made to introduce CCTV in an Aberdeen area to deter criminals.
A councillor has called for Alex Salmond to be axed from Aberdeen's Christmas pantomime over concerns the production is "promoting partisan rhetoric".
Concerns have been raised regarding speeding near a school in Aberdeen.
A fire broke out on the roof of an Aberdeen swimming pool today.
"Nasty and malicious" vandals are suspected of being behind the destruction of young trees on a city street.
A street in Aberdeen has been cordoned off after a sinkhole caused part of the road to collapse.
Roads in two areas of Aberdeen suffer particular neglect compared to the rest of the city, a councillor today claimed.
Two councillors have raised their concerns with an airport boss about a controversial drop-off fee for drivers doubling in price.
Two city councillors are calling for a public consultation to be held on the closure of a swimming pool.
Councillors have launched a campaign calling for the region’s airport to scrap a £2 charge imposed on drivers dropping off passengers.
A councillor has asked for "begging boxes" to be introduced at more of Aberdeen's shopping centres.
A new crossing is to be installed near a city school after fears were raised over children's safety.
A CALL has been made for tougher rules to be put in place to combat a litter problem on pitches at a city park.