A man has been found dead at an Aberdeen high-rise.
An Aberdeen pet rehoming centre is delivering food supplies to those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
A pet rehoming centre is delivering pet supplies to those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
An appeal has been launched to find thieves who made off with £2,000 of power tools from an Aberdeen church.
A width restriction for HGVs could be in place on an Aberdeen road by October.
A width restriction to stop heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) using an Aberdeen road has been approved.
Major plans to revamp a pet rehoming centre have been approved by Aberdeen City Council.
An appeal for volunteers to assist an Aberdeen lunch club has been launched.
Plans to refurbish a former nursery into a Sikh temple have taken a step forward.
Several Aberdeen schools have received awards recognising their commitment to encouraging physical activities.
Police have launched a crackdown on speeding near schools in the city.
Work will be carried out to install super-fast fibre in Aberdeen streets next month.
A man has been arrested after emergency services attended an Aberdeen street, police have said.
Inquiries are continuing after a disturbance which left two men needing hospital treatment.
Police have launched a manhunt after two men were attacked at a block of flats in Aberdeen.
Police have launched an operation aimed at tackling shoplifting in two city communities.
A busy Aberdeen road is to close temporarily while BT works are being carried out.
A bid to ban lorries from part of Aberdeen has been set in motion amid residents’ concerns a child could be killed.
An animal charity is celebrating its 130th anniversary with a special dance event.
A 40-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the alleged murder of an Aberdeen woman.
Residents of an Aberdeen tower block today told of their shock after a woman died following a violent attack in her home.
Building work has begun to turn a former council works depot into a new Aberdeen community centre.
Tackling fuel poverty is one of the important strands of Aberdeen City Council’s anti-poverty strategy.
Construction work will begin later this year on the creation and expansion of eight nursery buildings across the city, it has been revealed.
A vacant former school in the city is to be brought back into use – as a nursery.
Campaigners have been invited to meet Aberdeen council officers to set out their case for installing speed cameras on a “rat run” road.
People in an Aberdeen community are being urged to sign up to a new neighbourhood watch scheme.
A petition calling for speed cameras to be installed along streets in an Aberdeen community attracted almost 400 signatures.
I am shocked the council is refusing to take action straight away to address speeding and dangerous driving on School Road and find it, quite frankly, bizarre that they are blaming ‘nature and geometry’ for speeding vehicles rather than trying to do something about the problem."
Primary school pupils from across Aberdeen have been showing off their dancing skills to legendary ballerina and former Strictly judge Dame Darcey Bussell.