An events plan which is designed to ensure a year-round events calendar, new venues are activated, and increase the number and scale of events in Aberdeen was today approved at committee.

  Would-be voters in the forthcoming Aberdeen City Council Dyce / Bucksburn / Danestone ward by-election are reminded that if they are not already on the electoral register they have until Tuesday 7 February to register to vote.   …

The EIS and Association of Headteachers and Deputes in Scotland teaching unions have called a day of strike action on February 1, 2023, in pursuit of their national pay claim.

Aberdeen City schools will be impacted, with a number likely to be…

Aberdeen City Council has approved an additional public holiday for its staff to mark the celebration of the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III.

The holiday…

Aberdeen welcomed Minister for Industry and Investment Security, Nusrat Ghani, in a visit to Aberdeen City Hydrogen Energy Storage (ACHES) on Thursday afternoon. 

The visit highlighted the progress being made in energy transition and reaching Net Zero in the region.  

 

The City of Aberdeen came together today to mark Holocaust Memorial Day at Aberdeen Art Gallery.

 

Tommy Campbell, a member of Aberdeen Holocaust Commemoration Committee,…

A popular woods which was devastated by Storm Arwen has been cleared and replanted with more than 7,000 trees after a huge effort of work.

It was estimated more than 15,000 trees were felled across the city during the 26 November 2021 storm and the City…

An appeal has gone out for individuals to take part in a working group to help understand the issues being faced by those experiencing poverty and inequality. 

Aberdeen City Council’s Anti-Poverty and Inequality Committee is looking for support from a group of up to 12 individuals…

Aberdeen City Council has approved a plan to establish a new centre to help deliver music learning to the city’s school pupils. 

The authority’s Education and Children’s Services Committee was…

 

Councillors have approved a report highlighting the work undertaken by the local authority to secure better children’s rights over the last three years.

The report is published ahead of the Council’s preparations for…

 

Aberdeen City Council’s Education and Children’s Services Committee has been given an overview of the positive impact that last year’s Autumn in the City programme has had on the health and…

Aberdeen City Council’s Education and Children’s Services committee today (Tuesday 24 January) welcomed a report on the successful implementation of the new database being used by the authority’s children’s and young people’s social workers.