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No changes to roads in spite of lockdown; ? Controversial temporary city centre physical distancing measures to remain. Aug 10, 2020 605
City health services at 'high risk' ? Demand outstripping budget. Aug 7, 2020 306
Row as Tory leader calls for Army to help ramp up testing; POLITICS. Aug 7, 2020 440
Plan to have schools deep cleaned; EDUCATION. Aug 6, 2020 274
Confusion on pub rules has price: Claim; ? Licensing board head points to Scottish guidelines in wake of Aberdeen lockdown. Aug 6, 2020 780
Council plans pupils' return but says outbreak might have impact; SCHOOLS. Aug 5, 2020 367
Bars shutting amid worries over outbreak; ? Precautionary measures taken by city pubs linked to customers with Covid-19. Aug 5, 2020 690
Accused banned from touting for work; COURT. Aug 4, 2020 242
Banned driver is jailed after accident; COURT. Aug 4, 2020 246
Business anger over use of cash for Covid battle; ? Complaints council is taking advantage of distancing grant. Aug 3, 2020 408
Warning on fate of gyms; ? Scottish Government urged to prove need to continue closure. Aug 3, 2020 789
Police not ruling out link in series of city break-ins; Crime: Three raids take place at local businesses. Aug 1, 2020 328
Golf club tees up land for new driving range; SPORT. Aug 1, 2020 202
Cycle lanes to be installed along beachfront; TRANSPORT. Aug 1, 2020 202
Council to look again at bus gate after concerns; Traders and residents air their grievances over temporary lane. Aug 1, 2020 512
Contract is awarded to build new PS16m school; High hopes that new facility for west of city can be open by 2023. Aug 1, 2020 392
Cycle lanes to be installed along beachfront; COUNCIL. Aug 1, 2020 202
Retailer calls for more help over parking; ? Claims of a 'lack of joined-up thinking' over the flow of traffic and pedestrians. Jul 31, 2020 673
Businesses licensed for change; ? Board relaxes rules to try and encourage restaurants and shops to survive. Jul 30, 2020 371
Walking and bike use show massive increase; COUNCIL. Jul 30, 2020 259
Claims 'no hope in hell' road changes can work; ? Community leader doubtful about George Street measures. Jul 29, 2020 412
Council leader optimistic for more city investment; ? Predictions follow expert recommendations given to Holyrood. Jul 29, 2020 319
Social distancing art bid t Concerns; ? Plan to spend PS100k on installations to go with Spaces for People measures. Jul 27, 2020 633
Scientists to share funding for new research; HEALTH. Jul 27, 2020 232
Politicians urge rethink over BT job losses in city; Business: Proposal to close premises. Jul 25, 2020 455
Cycling lane plans lead to politics clash; Roads: Big worries on consultation. Jul 24, 2020 444
Traders claim road changes are safety risk; CORONAVIRUS ? One-way system threatening children's lives and viability of shops, meeting hears. Jul 23, 2020 598
Urgent call for donations to increase help for needy; SUPPORT. Jul 20, 2020 268
Provost appointed fellow of historic society; HONOUR. Jul 18, 2020 186
Contact tracing to be introduced at funerals; COUNCIL. Jul 18, 2020 233
Consultation on BT job losses 'a sham' say MSPs; Industry: Claim after meeting telecom bosses. Jul 18, 2020 296
Outdoor nursery to open; PLANNING ? Support for Scandinavian-style facility in city's Duthie Park. Jul 17, 2020 387
Curbs on parking criticised; CORONAVIRUS ? Physical distancing plan 'unnecessary' says suburb's community council. Jul 17, 2020 327
Cheers! Relief as customers flood back; ? Restaurants and pubs open after four months' lockdown. Jul 16, 2020 926
Company lodges plan for 'vital' PS200m incinerator; Development: Key part of firm's proposals for low-carbon energy park. Jul 15, 2020 487
Reckless drivers causing 'chaos' at recycling centre; ROADS. Jul 15, 2020 256
Retirement village plan has objections; DEVELOPMENT. Jul 15, 2020 268
Call for more consultation on George Street measures; DISTANCING. Jul 15, 2020 252
Sustrans will have a say in PS100k city artwork spend; ? Transport charity to ensure council plans stay within the rules. Jul 15, 2020 490
PS48,000 to help groups hit by Covid-19; CHARITY. Jul 14, 2020 200
Motorists urged to plan trips to avoid disruption; CORONAVIRUS ? Warning as city routes changed to allow for social distancing. Jul 14, 2020 515
Win for west end traders as road closures reduced; ? Now businesses in Rosemount want distancing measures eased. Jul 13, 2020 449
Major changes outlined for George Street; ? Council unveils plans for the latest area of Aberdeen to undergo works to accommodate physical distancing. Jul 11, 2020 821
Hundreds sign petition against council's plans; PROTEST. Jul 11, 2020 270
Distancing funds to be used for art; PUBLIC SPACES. Jul 11, 2020 234
Pubs opening ahead of gyms 'beyond belief' City sports chief blasts 'catastrophic' delay for fitness venues. Jul 11, 2020 151
Leisure sector is fighting to survive; ? Bosses say continued delay over reopening 'catastrophic'. Jul 11, 2020 887
Thousands of jobs to be lost at retail giants; ? However, north high streets look to be spared with stores ready for reopening. Jul 10, 2020 620
Pub claims marquee may save jobs; LEISURE. Jul 10, 2020 271
Heart of city is beating again after big clean-up; RECOVERY. Jul 10, 2020 317
City's major street to be closed off for fresh works; CORONAVIRUS ? Sturdier replacement for cones will reinforce social distancing. Jul 9, 2020 548
PS75m wiped from value of city exhibition centre; ? Auditors reveal Teca now worth around 80% of its building costs. Jul 9, 2020 463
Broadband jobs head to central belt; Tech: Desk staff will have to relocate. Jul 9, 2020 474
Concerns absent road closure signs 'risk lives' CORONAVIRUS ? Council pledges to make changes around pedestrianised zone. Jul 8, 2020 577
Fresh plea from body to let councils have a break in paying debts; Treasury: Local authorities facing 'eye-watering' repayments. Jul 8, 2020 400
Works under way to help city pedestrians stay safe; ? Upheaval in shopping street part of the council's PS1.76m project. Jul 7, 2020 417
Pizza takeaway approved for disused tavern; PLANNING. Jul 4, 2020 306
Builders get extension to affordable homes waiver; Council: Opponents fear scheme makes city centre living too expensive. Jul 3, 2020 365
'Let's heed lesson of Leicester' CORONAVIRUS ? Health boss backs road alteration scheme to avoid risk of local lockdowns. Jul 3, 2020 422
Council meetings returning to Town House; POLITICS. Jul 2, 2020 187
Council rejects virtual pension meeting; TECHNOLOGY. Jul 2, 2020 237
New contractor on board at PS350m harbour project; Hope for north breakwater work as government asked for help. Jul 2, 2020 520
Application made to turn empty shop into takeaway; ? Former cultural hub could become source of French cuisine. Jul 1, 2020 541
Housing bidders told to do more for views; DEVELOPERS. Jul 1, 2020 244
Fury as three councillors OK PS10m in budget cuts; ? 'Dark day for democracy' in Aberdeen claims SNP group leader. Jul 1, 2020 447
Donate salary to charity, shamed councillor urged; Conviction: Donnelly pockets PS8k after sex assault. Jun 30, 2020 612
Firms urged to have say on street shake-up; ROADWORKS. Jun 30, 2020 193
Beachfront bicycle lane proposals gain support; CORONAVIRUS ? Traders and campaigners voice enthusiasm for new measures. Jun 29, 2020 492
Scooterists get their vintage motors running; CHARITY. Jun 29, 2020 207
Plans to demolish offices for flats close to approval; Two options for 115 or 140 units recommended to councillors. Jun 27, 2020 490
NHS 'sorry' over care home Covid testing 'shambles' Needless swabbing caused distress for residents and families. Jun 27, 2020 187
Apology for 'confusion' over care home testing; ? Mix-up is likely to have caused 'distress', health bosses admit. Jun 27, 2020 402
Planners say talks on flats are not enough; DEVELOPMENT. Jun 26, 2020 236
Emergency cash used to make pavements wider; ? Anger from some at lack of notice for project to aid distancing. Jun 25, 2020 398
City needs to find PS9.5m; ? Grant for nursery places could be used to plug Covid-19 deficit. Jun 25, 2020 498
Pubs and hotels give cautious welcome as they prepare outdoor areas for customers; HOSPITALITY. Jun 25, 2020 512
Bus firms attack council over changes; Claims local authority 'misled' them over interim Union Street traffic ban. Jun 24, 2020 677
Date for Donnelly hearing set for autumn; POLITICS. Jun 24, 2020 210
Road 'shambles' driving food hall out of city centre; Award-winning outlet's owners join chorus of protest over changes. Jun 23, 2020 198
Library staff look to boost reading in region; CHALLENGE. Jun 23, 2020 233
'Checkpoint Charlie' the last straw; ? Business owners slam city centre road closures. Jun 23, 2020 815
Warning that rates snub could cost jobs; ? Traders fear going under as government stands firm. Jun 22, 2020 481
Community rallies to save final green space; ? Council told to take planned energy park elsewhere. Jun 20, 2020 391
Bank-to-school plan for pupils of St Margaret's; LEARNING. Jun 20, 2020 324
Works beginning for safer walking areas; Travel: Council staff preparing to widen pavements in Torry. Jun 19, 2020 434
Rise in pupils staying on 'adds to pressure' EDUCATION. Jun 19, 2020 426
Woolmanhill flats plan is scrapped over downturn; Economy: Developer blames pandemic for prompting rethink to proposal. Jun 18, 2020 391
Revised evised proposal prevents 'retail disaster' REVAMP: Councillor Bill Cormie had input that led to the changes. Photograph by Colin Rennie ? Rosemount Place to undergo PS1.76m work to allow for physical distancing. Jun 18, 2020 622
Police to look into cricket ground damage; CRIME. Jun 18, 2020 250
School reveals plan to use city church as classrooms; ? Move will allow all pupils back while sticking to Covid-19 rules. Jun 17, 2020 456
Bus gate work stalls due to lack of signs and cones; ? Huge demand for same road materials by all 32 Scottish councils. Jun 17, 2020 486
Decision on protected status for high-rises on hold; BUILDINGS. Jun 17, 2020 257
Communication lacking but city changes exciting, says executive; TRADERS. Jun 16, 2020 403
Further setback for traders; Market: Landlord brings in the administrators. Jun 16, 2020 428
Return of Tory sparks row over Labour's 'nine' Politics: Group is urged to leave ruling coalition. Jun 12, 2020 505
Hundreds sign petition to lift city road closures; Small traders clash with big business over distancing measures. Jun 12, 2020 446
Commerce chief says works communication 'entirely confused' REACTION. Jun 12, 2020 278
Hundreds back demand for city car ban U-turn; Warning coronavirus safety measures will 'kill small businesses'. Jun 12, 2020 164
Estate reportedly sold to US philanthropists; Property: American couple said to have bought Kildrummy. Jun 12, 2020 385
NHS chief announces retirement; HEALTH. Jun 11, 2020 181

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