An independent report on the state of Aberdeen city region’s economy published today said there needs to be continued focus on the factors critical for the long-term success of the region - economic diversification, skills, infrastructure…

Aberdeen City Council has secured a £2m paid graduate internships and work-based training opportunities fund.  This is part of a new North East Economic Recovery and Skills Fund (NEERSF) to support economic recovery for businesses, boost employment and enhance skill levels…

A total of £1.6million has been dispersed by the Fairer Aberdeen Board to tackle poverty and deprivation across the city.

The priority areas of Cummings Park, Mastrick, Middlefield, Northfield, Seaton, Tillydrone, Woodside and Torry were among…

The first of thousands of trees have been planted in an Aberdeen community which will boost wildlife habitats and help tackle climate change.

 

A team from energy…

Work has started on three new council housing developments as part of Aberdeen City Council’s flagship 2,000 new council houses building programme.

The preparatory work for the Craighill site in Kincorth – which will provide 99 homes…

A new exhibition by sculptor Kenny Hunter was unveiled at Aberdeen Art Gallery today (Thursday). Sculpture Court, which is displayed in the Art Gallery’s grand central gallery of the same name, reflects on the changing role of the monument as a public artform. Kenny…

A local Energy from Waste (EfW) project has donated £50,000 to dozens of North-east groups, charities, and organisations as part of its commitment to its surrounding areas.

 

Currently under…

Aberdeen City Council’s Education Operational Delivery Convener, Councillor M Tauqeer Malik was joined today (Monday 06 December) by local pupils, Parent Council members and representatives of construction company Robertson Limited, at a special sod-cutting ceremony marking the…

Direct stakeholder engagement has started today with businesses and residents in the Belmont Street Quarter to shape what the outdoor eating areas will look like and take into consideration their operational requirements.

Aberdeen City Council’s city…

Aberdeen City Council’s Education Operational Delivery Committee today (Thursday 25 November) approved a proposal that will increase the number of pupils eligible for free meals on the city’s Secondary Schools.

The committee agrees the actions being progressed to maximise the number of…

berdeen City Council’s Education Operational Delivery Committee were today (Thursday 25 November) updated on progress on the educational attainment of the city’s care experienced pupils.

Councillors were given an overview of the range of measures and interventions put in place to support…

The Christmas in Aberdeen festive programme has continued with a blessing service for the nativity scene in St Nicholas Kirkyard.

Aberdeen’s Depute Provost Councillor Jennifer Stewart welcomed Members of Aberdeen Churches Together and local school children for the service.