Monthly Archives: February 2019

Celebrations as Aberdeen marks Care Day

If you were to ask 10 individuals what they view as the priority for a Council you may well get 10 different answers. Depending on the services you use day to day, your opinion will be different – whether roads, schools, cycle lanes, culture and events, digital infrastructure we all have issues that are close […]
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Special seal of approval for Food and Fun initiative

Congratulations to everyone involved in the Food and Fun initiative following the presentation of the inaugural University of Aberdeen Principal’s Award for Outstanding Service to the Community. The honour was announced during the ceremony to install Professor George Boyne as  Principal and Vice-Chancellor last month. Led by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Rothesay, it […]
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Difficult choices ahead as budget challenges grow

In little over four weeks, councillors will meet in the chamber to set the 2019/20 budget. The choices presented to elected members will be difficult, with the scale of the savings required to set a balanced budget increasing to incredibly challenging levels. Reduced central funding and increased demand leaves Aberdeen City Council facing a gap […]
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