Members of the public are being encouraged to attend a Staying Well and Warm Winter Roadshow tomorrow between 10am and 2pm at the Central Library. 

This free, non-ticketed event is open for anyone concerned about the increasing cost of living. 

The Roadshow will enable attendees…

Residents and visitors alike are invited to bring in 2023 with the return of the ultimate Aberdeen Street Party, the first to held since 2019, featuring some of The Killers greatest hits from tribute act The Kopycat Killers.

Three top-class acts will perform live on stage at Schoolhill…

A historic museum rumoured to be Aberdeen’s most haunted is to get extensive repairs worth a total of £1.36million, a committee agreed today.

The work to the…

A community trust is a step closer to taking over a historic tower which has sat idle for years after a committee decision today.

Aberdeen City Council’s…

Updates on several large capital projects were agreed by councillors at committee today.

Aberdeen City Council’s Finance and Resources Committee heard updates…

Grants were today agreed by Aberdeen City Council’s Finance and Resources Committee for community-led regeneration projects.

The money from the Place Based…

Beautiful snowglobes have appeared on the front of Aberdeen Art Gallery – drawn by pupils at two primary schools showing aspects of the city centre they love.

Teams representing schools from across Aberdeen took part in the inter-school final of a hydrogen technology challenge at the Beach Ballroom yesterday (5 December).

The final featured winning…

Aberdeen City Council is consulting the public on the proposed relocation of Walker Road School and boundary changes for the catchment areas for the school and Tullos School.

 

The council is proposing…

Aberdeen’s Sculpture Trail has been re-imagined and returns to the city centre today with a fun interactive surprise.  

Twelve sculptures have been placed across the city centre, each with a QR code printed on them. People following the trail can scan each code using a mobile device to…

The Community Planning Aberdeen Board, chaired by Aberdeen City Council co-leader Councillor Alex Nicoll, yesterday (Wednesday 30 November) approved a new strategy to help the city’s communities become equal community planning partners in achieving…

Gritters are likely to be out on the city’s roads next week for the start of the winter gritting season with temperatures predicted to plunge to below 0C overnight.

The forecast is to get colder at the weekend and into next with some…