The C-listed building dates back to the early 1800s and it sits between two taller buildings which are occupied by Lakeland and Café Nero.
From Aberdeen’s historic harbour to busy beaches and iconic landmarks, this gallery showcases the best of the Granite City as it was in the 1980s. This week’s gallery even features a picture of police stopping traffic while they searched for an escaped prisoner in the city centre
The fireworks night and switch-on events normally attract thousands of people to the city, but due to the current restrictions on public gatherings and the uncertainty on when they will be lifted the council has taken the decision to revise these winter events.
Aberdeen's fireworks night is the latest winter event to be cancelled due to Covid-19.
In recent days this page has been inundated with letters from readers complaining about the utter waste of money ACC has spent on various projects across the city.
A vintage event inspired by a north-east railway line is set to take place at an Aberdeen charity shop.
Temporary bus stops and a new camera to enforce a bus gate on Aberdeen's Union Street will be put in place next week.
This week we've teamed up with the Silver City Vault for a special Aberdonian focusing on shopping in the city.
As a volunteer for the NSPCC’s Childline service, I have seen first-hand how lockdown has impacted a generation of children.
From Aberdeen’s historic harbour to busy beaches and iconic landmarks, this gallery showcases the best of the Granite City as it was in the 1970s. Historic houses, parks, markets and the harbour all feature in this week’s Aberdonian gallery.
A peaceful protest is to be held in Aberdeen to raise awareness of child trafficking and human exploitation.
After the disastrous attempt by our council to introduce pedestrianisation on Union Street they are at it again, this time installing cycle lanes on the whole length of the Beach Esplanade.
American fast food chain Taco Bell has delayed opening in Aberdeen, with no date confirmed.
One of the great strengths of Aberdeen is the sense of community that shines through in every corner of the city.
Welcome back Aberdeen… nice to see the Granite City opening up now the local lockdown is easing.
From Aberdeen’s historic harbour to busy beaches and iconic landmarks, this gallery showcases the best of the Granite City as it was in the 1960s. Historic houses, parks, markets and Pittodrie all feature in this week’s Aberdonian gallery
An Aberdeen shoe shop could be turned into a restaurant when its lease ends, after new plans were lodged.
A 40-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with an assault in Aberdeen.
Police have released images of a man they want to speak to in connection with an assault in Aberdeen.
As someone who was spending my last day before the end of my holiday and starting back delivering groceries around Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire on Union Street between Market Street and Bridge Street, the pedestrian bit, looking at the bus gates between Castlegate and Market Street, and it had me asking a question.
Two men have appeared in court after a woman was crushed by a sofa which fell on top of her in Aberdeen city centre.
An Aberdeen bar has introduced new rules when visiting the venue to avoid large group gatherings during busy periods.
Two teenagers have been arrested after woman suffered facial injuries in an incident today in Aberdeen city centre.
From Aberdeen’s historic harbour to busy beaches and packed out highland shows, this gallery showcases the best of the Granite City as it was in the 1950s. Swimming pools, historic houses, upgrades to the hospital and Pittodrie all feature in this week’s Aberdonian gallery
A restoration project which transformed abandoned Union Street offices into luxury homes has been praised.
Beauty salons are ready to welcome back customers today as lockdown continues to be eased in Scotland.
An American fast food giant has unveiled the opening date for its first Aberdeen restaurant.
A hidden secret has been discovered on Aberdeen's main shopping street.
Cheers to the easing of lockdown that is seeing Aberdeen's pubs letting people through their doors again.
Being an essential worker, I notice daily the limited numbers walking through the many streets now partially blocked for social distancing, and I find this totally unnecessary given it is a virus and not the bubonic plague.