Sexual entertainment venues in Aberdeen will have to get special licences, councillors have ruled.
A home-help service in the city has been rated “very good” by inspectors.
The Government’s plan to establish the UK shale gas industry through the controversial process of fracking is taking longer than expected, a new report has said.
Staff create a calm and relaxed atmosphere for service users at an Aberdeen care service, inspectors have said.
Parents, pupils and staff could be consulted before the end of the year over proposals for a new community campus.
An Aberdeen school that received a critical inspection report has been defended by its parent council.
“Some examples included babies and young children in cots being able to access harmful items such as a monitor cord and drawing pins holding up a curtain."
The school received a “weak” rating in improvements in performance.
The number of teachers, care workers and cleaners in the city could be affected by Brexit, a new report has claimed.
The North Sea will need investment of £200 billion in order to add another generation to its production life, according to a flagship report published today.
Inspectors have raised concerns about staffing levels at a north-east care home.
The number of homeless applications in Aberdeen has increased by 13%, a new report has revealed.
An Aberdeen nursery has been given a positive review by inspectors.
Workers at an Aberdeen nursery are compassionate and nurturing towards children, inspectors have said.
A rise in drone usage in the oil and gas industry and in Scotland’s farming industry could help to deliver a £42 billion boost to the UK economy by 2013, a new report has forecast.
Inspectors have praised leaders of a north-east school for making staff feel empowered.
An Aberdeen hospital has received a clean bill of health in a report.
A new report on a scandal-hit crematorium reveals new practices appear to have “restored public confidence” in the facility.
Aberdeen council chiefs have spent less than half of a multi-million-pound pot to improve city schools.
Aberdeen City Council inspectors recorded 27 separate concerns at the Yangtze River. They were:
Inspectors still have concerns about children’s safety and dignity at a North-east nursery nine months after they first pointed them out.
Councillors have agreed to set up a new formal working group to ensure progress is made on improving a notorious Aberdeenshire road.
Residents of a North-east care home have told inspectors “it’s a home from home”.
Hospital staff were given a mixed report on their performance following a recent visit by inspectors.
A report has revealed the rise in robots could put nearly 36,000 jobs in Aberdeen at risk in the next 12 years.
There has been a sharp rise in the amount of time it takes a local authority to re-let council housing, new figures show.
Aberdeen is the best place in the UK to launch a business start-up, a new report says.
A new report has revealed the Polish community is the largest group targeted by prejudice and discrimination in the city.
Fire casualties and accidental house blazes in Aberdeen have dropped in the last six months, according to new figures.
Aberdeen is facing a care timebomb with most carers aged over 50 and facing retirement, according to a new report.