The week-long celebration is back and for the first time is open to all city eateries.
Staff in pubs, bars and restaurants across Aberdeen are facing abuse from customers flouting Covid-19 regulations.
An Aberdeen business chief today said that the new restrictions will hit the hospitality sector "hard".
Nine people have been charged following a crackdown on antisocial behaviour in Aberdeen city centre.
A business chief says he hopes a large number of businesses enter this year's Virtual Society Awards, because supporting and celebrating local is more important than ever.
Community leaders have spoken of their sadness after the city's Christmas Village was axed due to Covid-19.
Aberdeen's Christmas Village will not run this year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Evening Express can reveal.
Pubs, restaurants and cafes opened their doors to customers for the first time in three weeks after Aberdeen's local lockdown was lifted.
A popular comedy festival has been cancelled due to Covid-19, Aberdeen Inspired announced today.
Business leaders hope the new Rediscover Your Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire campaign will bring a welcome boost to the north-east’s hospitality and tourism industries.
Aberdeen city centre footfall increases by almost a quarter as council continues physical distancing works
Footfall in Aberdeen city centre has increased by almost a quarter in the last week as physical distancing measures are being introduced.
Pubs and hotels across the north-east opened their beer gardens as punters flocked for their first pints since March.
Businesses across the north-east have cautiously welcomed the relaxing of Covid-19 restrictions – though some remain sceptical over proposed mitigation measures.
Four independent local businesses are calling for changes to be made to current restrictions in Aberdeen's Belmont Street to offer a shared, safe social space for customers and visitors alike.
Businesses across Aberdeen city centre are gearing up to open their doors on Monday.
The newly launched North-East Now website is perfect for those aiming to support local businesses operating through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Plans to make Union Street a car-free zone to combat Covid-19 have received a mixed reaction from city centre businesses.
An Aberdeen business leader has said firms are looking forward to returning to the city as Covid-19 restrictions begin to ease.
An Aberdeen business group is calling on Facebook to support north-east companies get back on their feet in the same way DC Thomson and the Evening Express are.
Aberdeen's chief inspector has promised that “a highly visible” troop of patrolling police officers are protecting vacant businesses from opportunistic thieves.
The organisers of the popular Nuart street art festival hope the event might still be able to go ahead later in the year.
A winner has been chosen for a competition launched to transform iconic city buildings into colourful art works.
Aberdeen Inspired is offering businesses a platform to gather funds from customers and supporters to be used at a later date.
Iconic buildings in the heart of Aberdeen have been transformed into eye-catching colourful creations thanks to the imagination of kids of all ages.
Children are being invited to transform some of Aberdeen’s iconic buildings into creative works of art.
A business chief has issued a rallying call for organisations in Aberdeen to “bounce back” from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Scottish Government needs to act quickly and offer north-east businesses support packages, according to local organisations.
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.