Community groups and trade unions across Aberdeen have spoken of their “shock” after being told the city faces cuts of up to £50 million.
Aberdeen City Council co-leaders have called for urgent cross-party talks over cuts to their budget.
A local authority in Aberdeen has today said it will heighten security at two closed school sites after community leaders raised concerns.
A group of suspended Aberdeen councillors are “unlikely” to learn their fate this year, according to a senior Labour politician.
Aberdeen City Council has identified the posts which will be lost in a bid to save more than £10 million.
Councillors have approved outline business cases to deliver four primary schools across Aberdeen – despite concerns over the exact costings.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council today said he hopes work will start on the redevelopment of Union Terrace Gardens by the end of the year – but could not guarantee it.
Letters from the sign of a new £47 million secondary school have mysteriously gone missing – just days before the academy is due to open.
Aberdeen councillors were paid almost £1 million in the last year.
Calls for crossing to be installed near new Aberdeen school … but officers recommend councillors don’t progress with plan
A call has been made for a crossing to be installed at a busy road ahead of the opening of a new academy.
A call has been made for the Scottish Labour leader to confirm the status of suspended councillors seen marching alongside a party MSP under a Labour banner at the weekend.
Work to alleviate flooding on an Aberdeen road is to be undertaken following a councillor’s call for action.
Aberdeen council under fire from union for appointing employment consultant as it plans to cut up to 370 jobs
A union boss has today said it “beggars belief” Aberdeen City Council has hired a new employment consultant as it looks to cut up to 370 posts.
A councillor has said he is disappointed over delays in the installation of “much-needed” street lights.
Aberdeen City Council will write to the Scottish Government asking them to provide business rates support for the fish processing industry.
Opposition parties today called on the Conservatives to look again at the coalition deal, saying they had been treated as Labour’s “lapdogs”.
Aberdeen City Council was today accused of “squandering money” after setting aside £30,000 for 75 new staff uniforms.
An Aberdeen councillor has called for action over an unfinished cycleway.
A Councillor has pledged to tackle the speed of lorries on an Aberdeen road.
Aberdeen SNP leader Stephen Flynn has branded the actions of the city council's new ruling coalition "the worst of the worst".
The newly-appointed Conservative leader has said the new administration really wants to "stand up" against the Scottish Government to get a "fairer funding deal for the city".
Aberdeen finance boss Willie Young has denied owning a piece of land at the centre of a £200,000 repair bill row.
Scottish Labour has officially launched its campaign for local elections with a digital mobile van that will be seen around the city.
A councillor today said elected members ignored the results of a consultation into a street name change.
A recount was called at the North-east regional list count when the sister of Aberdeen Central and regional list candidate Lewis Macdonald was found to have been counting votes in his ballot.
The new leader of the SNP group in Aberdeen today called for a review of the building of the Third Don Crossing.
A call has been made for safety improvements in Union Terrace Gardens.
The new leader of the main opposition party at Aberdeen City Council was announced today.
A POLITICAL row broke out today over the delivery of a new secondary school in Aberdeen.