A councillor has welcomed the introduction of a new food delivery service to support older people in Aberdeen
A councillor has hit out at the “family of fools” who caused a fire at a popular north-east nature reserve.
A charity challenge has prompted renewed calls for action to be taken over the state of Aberdeen’s pavements.
A councillor has backed the installation of new traffic lights at a notorious Aberdeen bypass junction.
Consultations are under way which could see the introduction of a new fixed-term rent policy.
Kingswells, Sheddocksley and Summerhill councillor Steve Delaney has raised concerns over the number of incidents and near misses at the Kingswells South roundabout, where the A944 meets the AWPR.
A councillor has hit out at a city committee convener accusing him of an “abuse of power” at a recent local authority meeting.
The majority of Aberdeen councillors will be paying a controversial new £30 charge for garden waste collections.
The call follows an incident late last year when a lift broke down in a sheltered housing block, leaving one elderly woman unable to get back into her home after spending time in hospital until she received assistance from firefighters.
Councillors to keep watching brief on trial that could see plastic filling potholes on Aberdeen roads
Councillors have agreed to monitor trials of using plastic to fill city potholes.
Roads bosses have said they need further evidence before recycled plastic pellets are used to repair Aberdeen's roads.
A review into a partial pedestrianisation scheme should be brought forward due to “serious safety concerns”, a councillor has claimed.
Aberdeen councillors will consider a request to use recycled plastic pellets to repair roads next week.
Aberdeen council was today criticised for ordering schools to return £750,000 in underspends in a bid to ease “budget challenges”.
Concerns have been raised over a new traffic island on an Aberdeen road.
An Aberdeen bus service is now on track after initial “teething problems” according to a councillor.