Community groups hold the future of town centres, a north-east MSP has claimed.
Scotland's health secretary is open to “other ideas” on how to recruit more GPs after claims north-east surgeries are at risk of closure.
North-east GP surgeries are at risk of closure if the Scottish Government does not train more people in general practice, an MSP has warned.
A north-east MSP has quizzed the health secretary about cardiac nursing for children in Scotland.
The work of a charity which supports children born with rare heart defects has been marked in the Scottish Parliament.
An Aberdeen university named the best in Scotland has been praised in parliament.
An MSP has called for the new Health Secretary to tackle chronic pain waiting times in the north-east – with just 11.2% of patients seen within an 18-week target.
A call for a review of the classification of a drug has been made by two politicians after a surge in north-east deaths.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has acknowledged failings at NHS Grampian on treatment times for chronic pain patients.
Councillors who voted against the stadium proposal have explained their reasons why.
An Aberdeen youth festival boss today challenged a North-east politician to get involved and volunteer after he publicly slammed the event’s “lacklustre” management.
A change to the dates of full council meetings that will help accommodate a new MSP has come under fire from opposition critics.
Why is there a reluctance to hold two Aberdeen City Council by-elections?
An under fire Aberdeen councillor has been called on to resign from his role as deputy provost immediately by one of his opposition colleagues.
An under fire Aberdeen councillor who is set to take on a second role as an MSP has said his constituents won't suffer - but his croquet will.
The deputy provost at Aberdeen City Council has accepted the role of MSP.
The sparkling grey granite of Union Street sits at the heart of the Aberdeen Central constituency. But as well as the city’s main retail areas, the constituency covers a number of varied wards. Voters living in Tillydrone, Seaton and the harbour area are likely to have different priorities from those in the more affluent Midstocket and Rosemount.