Leading public figures have turned up to back a social care charity’s ambitious £3.2 million campaign to build a state-of-the-art mental health facility.
Bosses at Aberdeen’s main bus operator have apologised for the firm’s failings.
This immaculate four-bedroom, three-storey town house with its well-considered layout has great links to both the city centre and rural Aberdeenshire.
Cross-party talks are scheduled to continue later this month over cuts to Aberdeen City Council's budget.
Politicians have dubbed Aberdeen council's decision to spend cash repairing its staff car park “bizarre” while other roads are neglected.
Proposals have been put forward to relocate Aberdeen Sheriff Court and demolish part of the Town House to make way for a new £150 million residential quarter.
Opportunities to join community councils throughout Aberdeen will be under the spotlight at two information sessions this month.
Aberdeen businesses are being encouraged to sign up to a recruitment event.
Aberdeen City Council has become a “pressure cooker” over the last year, according to claims by union officials.
A workshop is to be held in the North-east to discuss Scotland’s rail investment strategy for the next decade.
Opera lovers can enjoy a tipple in front of the big screen in Duthie Park, Aberdeen councillors rule
Lovers of opera will be able to enjoy some vino with their Verdi thanks to an Aberdeen council decision.
Aberdeen's historic archives are set to be brought to life when a street art festival returns later this year.
A charity group hopes to take over an iconic North-east building and bring it back to its former glory.
Aberdeen council chiefs have announced a shake-up of the taxi licensing system in a bid to help cabbies.
Stewart Milne welcomes support of Aberdeen council’s roads department ahead of decision on £50 million Kingsford Stadium
Aberdeen FC’s chairman has welcomed a council officer’s backing of a transport plan for the club’s proposed £50 million stadium.
Decision on Aberdeen International Youth Festival funding pushed back to new year after ‘stormy’ meeting suspended
Aberdeen councillors have delayed making a decision on whether to fund a popular youth festival until early next year.
Children from city groups that could be affected by cuts to funding for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival have hand-delivered a plea to councillors to think again and save it.
Jobseekers queued round the block in the hunt for one of 550 new roles up for grabs for Christmas.
A project to transform an Aberdeenshire council building has been nominated for a design award despite concerns from local people.
Life never seems to go according to plan - just ask Ross Brackenridge.
The scaffolding has finally come down from Aberdeen Town House following multi-million-pound repair work which went nearly three times over the original budget.
A council chief has said services could be cut if proposed increases in business rates go ahead.