The operator of an Aberdeen care home threatened with closure over “serious” concerns about residents’ wellbeing is to stop running the facility in four weeks.
Councillors have approved spending £250,000 to create Aberdeen’s second “Cruyff Court” football pitch.
Jobs at Aberdeen’s Cabot Specialty Fluids are “safe” until the sale to a Chinese firm is complete, according to a spokeswoman.
A business case behind the creation of Aberdeen’s second Cruyff Court will go before councillors for their approval next week.
The preferred location for Aberdeen’s second Cruyff Court has been announced.
The Care Inspectorate rated standards at Banks o’ Dee Care Home “weak” – the second from bottom of six possible ratings – after an inspection in September.
An Aberden trampoline park is to launch an innovative rebound therapy programme – to give people of all abilities the chance to take part in the activity.
Aberdeen care home bosses have been told to improve after inspectors found “significant weaknesses”.
Green-fingered youngsters are set to get involved in a new gardening programme.
A man has been taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary with serious injuries this morning after being hit by a bus.
Health warnings have been posted up after potentially harmful bacteria was found in a burn close to an Aberdeen school.
Two North-east electricians have only glowing words about the benefits of apprenticeships.
A waste recycling centre will be closed from today for more than a week to allow resurfacing works to be completed.
The firm behind the North-east's first dedicated trampoline arena looked at 12 sites before landing on one in Aberdeen.
A pilot project to ensure children don't go hungry in the school holidays has been approved.
The location for Aberdeen's first trampoline park has been revealed.
The public are to be consulted over plans to create a controversial multi million-pound waste facility in Aberdeen.
A woman accused of stealing more than £3,000 from her employer told her boss she had used the cash to pay her bills, a court heard.
COUNCIL officers have rejected proposals to put a stop to drivers using an Aberdeen residential road as a rat run.