Pittodrie chairman Stewart Milne insists the Europa League clash with Burnley is a chance to show the strength of both Aberdeen and Scottish football.
Work on 130 affordable homes in Aberdeen could begin later this year.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne today revealed the AberDNA fans’ funding scheme has already raised £600,000 for the first team.
Chairman Stewart Milne today confirmed the Dons are working hard to ensure both legs of the Europa League clash with Premier League Burnley are broadcast live on television.
Chairman Stewart Milne today hailed starting work on the £10 million training complex at Kingsford as one of the most significant days in the Dons’ 115-year history.
Boss Derek McInnes says Aberdeen want to have a stadium and training facilities that are the envy of other clubs.
A new housing development consisting of 40 homes could be built in Aberdeen.
A north-east businessman has been named the third-wealthiest person in Scotland – with a fortune of more than £1.7 billion.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne has today welcomed formal permission for the £50 million Kingsford stadium to progress – and believes nothing will stop the scheme.
A construction company has donated bricks to an Aberdeen nursery to help build a new garden.
Investigations were set to continue today after a man was taken to hospital following an industrial accident on a city building site.
A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after an industrial accident at a building site in Aberdeen today.
Dons chiefs have overcome a key hurdle in their bid to build a £50 million stadium on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Football Club has a “very strong desire” to engage with those who still have concerns over the plans, its chairman has said.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne today hailed Aberdeen City Council’s backing of the Kingsford stadium plans as the “most important decision” in the club’s history.
Stewart Milne Homes has created the perfect place for families looking for the relaxation of rural living but with the buzz of a thriving community at Charleston, Cove.
Plans for a new £50 million stadium at Kingsford have been approved by councillors.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne today welcomed Aberdeen city council's decision to approve the Kingsford stadium plan.
Aberdeen FC have done all they can, according to chairman Stewart Milne as he welcomed planners’ recommendation to approve plans for a new stadium.
Chairman Stewart Milne insists delivering a £50 million training facility at Kingsford will make the Dons a bigger, stronger club for decades to come.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne insisted delivering the proposed £50 million stadium and training complex at Kingsford is the biggest challenge the club has ever faced.
Chairman Stewart Milne today challenged the Dons to close the gap on Celtic – but admitted they will need help from other Premiership sides.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne wants boss Derek McInnes to secure another trophy and Europa League group stage qualification after knocking back Rangers.
A North-east building company is helping a playgroup to stay safe this winter.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne said manager Derek McInnes has made it clear to him that he has no intentions to move from Pittodrie.
A decision could be made on proposals for Aberdeen FC’s new stadium at Kingsford by the end of the year.
A community was today reassured over fears £138,000 of developer cash originally earmarked for a North-east school football pitch could be lost.
Councillors have given their support to the next phase of a 3,000-home project.
A decision on a £50 million stadium at Kingsford will now not go before councillors for determination next week.
Council planners have backed plans to build almost 150 homes in the North-east.