A leading business organisation has pledged to introduce "cafe culture" as part of a radical reinvention of Aberdeen city centre.
Aberdeen Inspired reveals vision to create ‘evolving’ city centre while helping businesses bounce back from Covid
Aberdeen city centre could be in line for £15million worth of investment if its business improvement district is retained.
Businesses in Aberdeen city centre will vote on whether to retain its BID after councillors agreed to a revised ballot date.
An Aberdeen business chief says the city must "rebuild" its "cultural offering" to breathe new life into its ailing centre.
Aberdeen business leaders have called for people to “use or lose” the high street following the permanent closure of the city’s Disney store and a string of other outlets within the Bon Accord Centre.
The people of Aberdeen are 'fully behind' the bid to keep John Lewis in the city, the taskforce set up to save it says.
Retail giant John Lewis is prepared to reimagine its presence in the north of Scotland following crunch talks over the future of its only store in the region.
Business chiefs and city leaders were due to meet bosses at John Lewis today in a bid to convince the retail giant to remain in Aberdeen.
More than 11,000 people have signed a petition to help save Aberdeen's John Lewis store from closure.
The north-east's route out of lockdown has been welcomed - but calls have been made to speed up the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions due to low case numbers.
North-east business improvement district Aberdeen Inspired has asked to postpone its statutory ballot process due to Covid-19.
Business leaders in the north-east reacted with frustration to the news lockdown measures will remain in place until the end of April.
North-east business leaders have called for more support to be put in place for firms impacted by the lockdown measures.
Business leaders called for more support to be put in place for firms impacted by the new lockdown measures.
Ahead of today's cabinet meeting, business and hospitality leaders in the north-east spoke of their fears over the prospect of further restrictions being implemented - and underlined the need for support.
Nicola Sturgeon to deliver ‘urgent’ Holyrood statement on Monday amid ‘rapid rise’ in Covid-19 cases
The first minister will meet with her cabinet today to discuss further action to limit the spread of Covid-19 with the country locked in a "race" between the new strain and the vaccine.
Hundreds of people queued up to grab a bargain as Aberdeen's stores opened for the Boxing Day sales last year.
North East Now: Organisations reveal key events to mark in your diary this Christmas and into the New Year
Local organisations are hoping to welcome back wider audiences to the north-east once again with exciting events next year.
North-east hospitality businesses have spoken of their heartbreak over the looming level three restrictions
Aberdeen is "running out of arguments" to stay in level two following a rise in Covid-19 cases, city leaders have warned.
A new campaign has been launched encouraging the public to support Aberdeen city centre businesses over the festive period.
Council leaders call for north-east to stick to restrictions as Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire remain in Level two
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire will not be handed tighter Covid-19 restrictions this week - but Nicola Sturgeon warned the threat of tougher restrictions remains.
A number of city centre car parks in Aberdeen will be free to use at weekends next month as part of a council effort to encourage people to shop local ahead of Christmas.
Businesses across the north-east are taking part in a new Christmas scheme in the hope of bringing people back to the city centre during its hour of greatest need.
An indoor Christmas market will open in an Aberdeen shopping centre this week.
Businesses in Aberdeen are being encouraged to sign up to a new initiative which will help to support the economy.
Council and business leaders have spoken of their disappointment after it emerged the north-east would remain in level two of the Scottish Government's Covid-19 framework.
North-east business leaders have spoken of their "relief" after the furlough scheme was extended.
Business leaders in the north-east have warned many firms "will not survive" a second Scotland-wide lockdown if it is imposed.
Business leaders in the north-east have expressed their disappointment after it was confirmed current coronavirus restrictions would be extended.