Hundreds of council-owned properties could be sold off as the cash-strapped local authority looks to claw back £45 million in savings.
The cost of car insurance has hit a two-year high, according to new figures.
Savings providers will have to set a single rate across their easy access accounts under proposals from the City regulator.
Savers typically put away more cash in 2019 than during the previous year – but there were growing regional divides in the amounts being banked, according to research.
The savings presented, which total £44.741 million, could see council tax rise by up to 4.79%, crossing patrollers axed and the closure of all Aberdeen's libraries with the exception of Central Library.
Council tax will rise by 3% in Aberdeenshire, posts will go and services cut in a budget dubbed a “catalogue of horrors”.
Savings of more than £450,000 have been made through the identification and prevention of fraud at Aberdeen City Council.
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Opposition leaders today said major questions remained over how Aberdeen City Council would close a £26 million funding gap.