World-renowned comedian Daniel Sloss is coming back as a headline act at the Aberdeen International Comedy Festival.
North-east foodies will be rejoicing as Aberdeen Restaurant Week gets under way today.
A “pioneering” scheme to give people spaces to relax in Aberdeen city centre has taken a step forward.
A historic granite stone in Aberdeen could be lit up in the dark under new plans to attract more visitors into the city centre.
Property owners have been invited to come forward to have their buildings transformed into street art masterpieces.
Aberdeen Restaurant Week is back for its fifth installment and organisers Aberdeen Inspired are calling on local eateries to get involved and showcase their offerings.
A weather warning in place for the north-east has forced one of the Christmas village rides to close.
Aberdeen city centre has become a winter wonderland as the Christmas village opened to the public.
Aberdeen's Christmas Village has officially opened to the public.
Industry sector leaders are being invited to help shape future plans for Aberdeen's night-time economy.
The hugely successful Aberdeen International Comedy Festival has already announced its dates for next year – and its first two acts.
Aberdeen's Christmas Village opens to the public tomorrow.
Work has today started on Aberdeen's Christmas Village.
Festive shoppers will be given the chance to rock around Aberdeen’s Christmas Village this year when a new silent disco comes to town.
Proposed rail improvements could slash journey times between Aberdeen and the Central Belt by up to 24 minutes, it has been revealed.
This year's Christmas Village will see the return of the 150ft Blizzard ride, the open air ice rink and for the first time, a new festive-themed crazy golf course.
It's not even Halloween yet but it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Aberdeen.
The Aberdeen International Comedy Festival attracted more than 10,000 people to the city centre, organisers have revealed.
An Aberdeen department store has celebrated 35 years in business.
Aberdeen's Santa parade which has been running for more than 20 years has been cancelled.
Aberdeen Christmas Village will make a festive return to the city in November, it has been revealed.
Aberdeen retailers are going through a “turbulent time”, an enterprise chief has said, following the closure of a city centre shop.
Aberdeen Inspired has welcomed a raft of new venues opening in the city centre.
There are even more laughs on the way at Aberdeen International Comedy Festival with extra names being added to the line-up.
Employees at a north-east business organisation are donning their running shoes in support of a cancer charity.
The initiative, which began in June last year, was set up with the aim of increasing recycling and reducing waste to landfill.
New public spaces and creative street signs are among the projects that could be taken forward by Aberdeen council bosses within the next year.
Bosses of the Christmas Village have reassured councillors visitor numbers provided for last year’s event are accurate.
A group of Aberdeen pensioners are set to appear on The One Show tonight.
The closure of two city shops shows Aberdeen is not immune to the decline of the high street, a business body boss has said.