A popular Aberdeen restaurant dedicated to everything cheese has closed its doors after "fighting to stay afloat" during the pandemic.
Two more Aberdeen bars have confirmed they will close following a surge in coronavirus cases in the city.
Customers visiting an Aberdeen bar will now be required to wear a face covering after a cluster of positive cases were linked to another city venue.
A popular Aberdeen city centre hotel is to remain closed as a result of Covid-19.
Cheers to the easing of lockdown that is seeing Aberdeen's pubs letting people through their doors again.
Cafes and bars in Aberdeen welcomed back their weekend customers - and reported bumper business.
An independent Aberdeen cinema has reached its £25,000 fundraising goal to help it reopen after the Covid-19 lockdown.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost has given his support to a campaign to give a city centre independent cinema a future.
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.
Plans have been submitted to turn a former arts space in Aberdeen into a French takeaway restaurant.
An independent Aberdeen bar is adapting its service with a new app.
A popular Aberdeen cafe has reopened for takeaway and delivery.
A rapist who attacked an intoxicated young woman at his fast food business was today jailed for six years.
A crisis-hit Aberdeen restaurant that shut after just three days of trading has suffered another blow as it has been raided by thieves.
Staff at an Aberdeen cafe fear they will lose out on £17,000 of wages after the business closed just three days after opening.
An Aberdeen charity is hosting an event for people to learn more about their work.
An Aberdeen bar is providing special coasters to customers in a bid to tackle drink-spiking.
Mr Wigglesworth said he has plans to refresh the interior of the cafe and will spend time listening to customers about any changes they would like to see.
Police have launched an investigation into a report a woman’s drink was spiked in the city centre.
A hearing was held at Aberdeen Sheriff Court in connection with allegations made against Sarah Clark and Brandon Rodriguez.
The Aberdeen Cycle Forum needs to raise £2,321.11 to pay for the closures, and has started a fundraiser to cover costs.
The man was enjoying a night out in Aberdeen last December when Gemma Low, 27, pushed him with force, causing him to fall down a flight of stairs and smash his head on cobbles.
Staff at an Aberdeen cinema are being guaranteed the living wage after its parent company became an accredited employer.
The owner of a former Aberdeen city centre chipper has admitted a string of hygiene and health and safety breaches – then claimed the offences were “normal practice for a chip shop”.
A man is to stand trial accused of refusing to leave a city music venue and then assaulting police.
Sheriff Graham Buchanan read a letter to the court from Hamedi which stated the food outlet has since closed down.
An Aberdeen woman who left a man fighting for his life has had her sentence delayed after she missed a psychiatrist appointment.
A popular Aberdeen takeway has closed its doors.
Craig Willox, 49, opened Books and Beans on Belmont Street in 2003 and it has become a firm city-centre favourite.
Road closures will be in place for an Aberdeen city centre event at the weekend.