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Craft brew giants BrewDog opened a dog-friendly hotel in Aberdeen today.
A fire-hit Italian restaurant in the heart of Aberdeen will reopen today.
A north-east property tycoon has lodged £1 million plans to convert a former Aberdeen travel agent into a new gastro-pub.
Proposals to convert offices in Aberdeen city centre into four flats have been withdrawn.
A woman has been banned from the road and handed unpaid work after admitting driving while unfit due to drugs.
Bus lanes on a busy Aberdeen city centre street will be closed for resurfacing works.
Legal action is on the horizon after organisers of a pro-Independence march in the city were hit with a £6,000 bill from the council.
Plans to set up a public bike hire scheme in the city have taken a step forward after councillors agreed to a private ownership model.
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He is also charged with pulling a woman’s hair, causing her to fall to the ground during the same alleged incident.
Bosses at a fire-hit Aberdeen restaurant are hoping it will reopen within weeks.
A section of Aberdeen's Union Street was blocked this afternoon due to an incident.
The Charlie House Fun Run will take place on Sunday November 24 alongside the annual festive lights switch-on parade on Union Street.
Staff at an Aberdeen city centre bank are holding a bake sale to raise money for a mental health charity.
An Aberdeen man has admitted biting a police officer’s hand.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost took flight on a zipwire down Aberdeen's Union Street, as part of an event encouraging residents to ditch their cars for the day.
Road closures will be in place for an Aberdeen city centre event at the weekend.
A thief who stole tip jars from two Aberdeen city centre cafes has had his sentence deferred.
A campaign that has brought a touch of gold to Aberdeen has returned once again.
The Esslemont & Macintosh department store in Aberdeen opened its doors from 1873 until 2007.
Several Aberdeen city centre roads are to close for an upcoming event.
A thief who struck at two Aberdeen cafes has been jailed.
A man has been charged following a pro-independence march in Aberdeen.
A major sportswear brand has announced it will open a new store in Aberdeen.
Thousands of people turned out to take part in an annual parade in the city celebrating charity workers and volunteers.
A number of roads are set to close as the Granite City welcomes the Great Aberdeen Run once more.
Aberdeen City Council has now granted permission for the unit to be turned into a restaurant and takeaway, although an occupier has not yet been chosen.
A campaigner has welcomed a move by council leaders to install a permanent safety feature on an Aberdeen bridge – but insists more needs to be done to tackle problems with mental health.
A new venue specialising in offering a combination of fitness classes and skin treatments is set to open in Aberdeen next week.