As part of the ongoing Socio Economic Rescue Plan activity, Aberdeen City Council is supporting the launch of a series of free workshops to support the retail sector. 

The ‘Retail Recharge’ innovation project is being managed and delivered by Business Gateway and will involve a…

The City of Aberdeen will commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) with a special event in the Cowdray Hall at Aberdeen Art Gallery, Schoolhill on Thursday 27 January.

Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) – is held internationally on 27 January to remember the six…

Potential candidates and agents for the Aberdeen City wards in the Local Government (Council) elections are being invited to attend a briefing session via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday 08 March at 10am.

The Local Government (Council)…

Work has finished in another two phases in a development of new council flats which are part of an exciting programme building 2,000 new council houses across Aberdeen.

 

The development at…

A new Long Term Unemployment (LTU) scheme, funded by the Scottish Government, that will be overseen by Aberdeen City Council has been launched to boost employment opportunities and enhance skill levels for people who live in the City Region. 

The scheme is part of the “No One Left Behind…

Aberdeen City Council’s Leader today welcomed a report published by Her Majesty’s Inspectors of Education (HM Inspectors) following a visit to community learning and development (CLD) carried out in November 2021. 

During the visit, HM Inspectors met with local authority officers,…

 

Aberdeen City Libraries has launched Health Information Plus, a service to help people learn more about wellbeing.

 

Based within the Information Centre of Central Library but working…

A series of 10 new trail guides for Aberdeen along with a new smartphone trail guides feature were today launched which will help locals and visitors discover places full of history, heritage, and beautiful green spaces.

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…