A senior councillor tried to lift the lid on a wall controversy weeks before the council claims bosses first knew of it, according to a new claim.
Aberdeen City Council co-leader tells of ‘clear failing’ as controversial wall repair to be discussed
Council co-leader Jenny Laing has said the authority had shown a “clear failing” on the Wellington Brae repair scandal on the eve of a crunch meeting into the issue.
The SNP has claimed an investigation into public money spent on a wall belonging to the family of a former councillor raise “more questions than answers”.
Aberdeen's former finance convener believes a row over a £200,000 repair to a wall belonging to his dad in the run-up to the election was a "smear campaign" from the SNP.
Aberdeen City Council's former finance chief today said he may return to politics - just weeks after claiming he was retired.
A historic wall which sparked a political row in Aberdeen has now been demolished by workmen.
The SNP's group leader said he has been left "stunned" after councillors narrowly voted against recovering costs from the owner of a wall at the centre of a repair bill row.
A report into the handling of land at the centre of a £200,000 wall repair bill row will be considered by councillors on Wednesday.
The city's former finance convener today defended his record as a councillor.
Finance convener Willie Young has lost his seat in today's local elections has ruled out a return to politics.
Willie Young hits out over ‘errors’ as he says he sold land at centre of row over repair cash to his Dad
A senior Aberdeen councillor has confirmed he sold the land at the centre of a £200,000 wall repair bill row to his dad.
An Aberdeen councillor at the centre of a £200,000 wall repair row has said he feels "let down" by the local authority.
The SNP has called for an independent investigation into a row over £200,000 worth of work to a wall - which it says is owned by a councillor's family.
Aberdeen City Council has confirmed the piece of land at the centre of a £200,000 repair bill row is not owned by one of its councillors.
Aberdeen finance boss Willie Young has denied owning a piece of land at the centre of a £200,000 repair bill row.
An Aberdeen council chief came under fire today after it was revealed £200,000 of public funds are being spent on repairing a wall on his land.
Work to pedestrianise a busy Aberdeen city centre street will be completed four months later than originally expected.
The Tall Ships race will return to Aberdeen “when the time is right”, according to the city council’s finance chief.
A review into an Aberdeen road network could see some homes saved from compulsory purchase orders.
Road repairs at Torry Battery have started a month earlier than planned.
Aberdeen's finance chief today said the authority would "categorically" not cut music services for schools.
An extra £5.6 million for Aberdeen City Council has been dismissed as smoke and mirrors by finance convener Willie Young.
A councillor has hit out at plans to spend £40,000 on a "vanity" leaflet when money is needed to install permanent toilets at a popular Aberdeen park.
Fireworks costing thousands of pounds which were meant to be for Aberdeen's cancelled bonfire night display won't be reused.
Work could start as early as next month to build almost 370 homes on the site of a former Aberdeen school.
A councillor who refuses to pay a bus gate fine has been warned he will face legal action if he doesn't cough up.
A councillor has challenged Aberdeen City Council to take him to court as he refuses to pay a bus gate fine.
Debt of more than £11.5 million owed to Aberdeen City Council has been written off, the Evening Express can reveal today.
An appeal has been lodged after plans to build Aberdeen's first trampoline park were rejected by council planners.
New figures today revealed Aberdeen has the second highest bill in Scotland for repairing vandalism in its schools.