Market traders have insisted they are “going nowhere” despite proposals to knock down a shopping centre in Aberdeen.
The widow of a man found dead in Aberdeen Market hopes to live to see justice done for her husband.
A new LGBT hub has officially opened in Aberdeen.
A project which highlights the individual stories of traders in Aberdeen Market is to be exhibited next month.
The developer behind plans to revamp Aberdeen Market has said although it sympathises with traders’ objections, the building will become “obsolete” if it doesn’t change.
The leaseholder of a city shopping complex under threat of demolition has joined the fight to save it.
Traders in an Aberdeen market today vowed to do all they can to stop it being demolished.
Plans have been lodged to revamp two major Aberdeen buildings.
A project looking to document the lives and stories of people at an Aberdeen market has been launched.
Plans to transform two major Aberdeen city centre buildings have been revealed.
The consultation event will be held on November 1, from noon until 8pm, at the former BHS site on Union Street.
An Aberdeen man whose body lay undiscovered for two days in a city market died of head and neck injuries.
Bosses of Aberdeen Market have pledged to carry out a “full inquiry” into how the body of a pensioner lay undiscovered for two days.
“This is the thing that’s keeping me awake at night – for somebody that’s so close to me, to think of him lying there maybe calling out for help, scared or cold.”
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An application has been lodged to develop a vacant Aberdeen city centre building into shops, a cafe and a residential development.
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A stunning mural, painted on the side of one of Aberdeen's least attractive buildings, is nearly finished.
Aberdeen's indoor market and former BHS building could be transformed under major new regeneration plans, the Evening Express can reveal today.
An Aberdeen shopkeeper selling legal highs has become the first in Scotland to be convicted under legislation brought in to protect the public from harm.