One year ago, 84-year-old Peter Attwood, from Chatham in Kent, died with coronavirus in what is the earliest known death involving Covid-19 on UK soil.
Eat Out to Help Out
Asian restaurant chain Wagamama has posted a jump in like-for-like sales prior to the second national lockdown.
Douglas Ross calls for more help to combat economic damage of Aberdeen’s local lockdown from UK and Scottish governments
Douglas Ross has called on the Chancellor and Scottish Government to provide more financial help for Aberdeen to combat the economic damage done by the local lockdown.
As a thank you to its local community, The Carron to Mumbai restaurant in Stonehaven has decided to extend the Eat Out to Help Out discount.
Restaurants and cafes in Aberdeen are feared to have missed out on millions of pounds of Treasury support because of the city’s controversial lockdown.
The UK Government’s support packages are proving just the business for a third of Scotland’s workforce and are key to supporting, protecting and creating jobs across the country.
More than 30 north-east restaurants have confirmed they will be extending the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
UK shadow chancellor calls for more ‘flexibility’ in supporting cities such as Aberdeen through local lockdowns
Labour Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds wants government to be "much more flexible" in the support it offers cities such as Aberdeen when facing local lockdown restrictions.
Should the Eat Out to Help Out scheme be extended in Aberdeen? Four hospitality leaders share their views
With a petition launched and letters sent to the UK parliament, Julia Bryce talks with leading figures in the city to get their opinions on how the hospitality industry could best be supported.
Parents in the north-east will be able to get discount on school meals thanks to the government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Several north-east MSPs have contacted Chancellor Rishi Sunak in the hopes the Eat Out to Help Out scheme might be extended for Aberdeen businesses.
North-east pupils enjoying bargain lunches as changes to school dinners are introduced due to coronavirus
With pupils returning to education last week, they have seen a number of changes at schools which also extend to the dinner hall where measures have been taken to curb coronavirus. One welcome change is some schools utilising the government's Eat Out To Help Out scheme.
A petition has been launched in the hopes Eat Out To Help Out can be rescheduled in Aberdeen.
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As much as we love our homes and gardens, many of us are really looking for a change of scene for a little bit – and one Aberdeen hotel offers peace and tranquillity without having to travel miles into the countryside.
More than 350 restaurants, cafes and bars across the north-east will be taking part in the Government's 50% discount scheme.
More than 100 Aberdeen restaurants, cafes and pubs have signed up for the UK Government's Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.
McDonald's has confirmed the nine north-east restaurants where customers can now dine in.
When eateries open their doors to customers this week things will look and feel a little different. Clare Johnston finds out how businesses have been gearing up for the brave new world.
Everyone in the UK will be eligible for half-price meals on select days of the week in the month of August. Here we explain how the new scheme will work.
At a glance: Chancellor’s summer spending plans including vouchers to eat out and a cut in VAT for tourism and hospitality
Tourism and hospitality businesses will have their VAT bill slashed and people given vouchers to go out and eat as part of the UK Government's efforts to mitigate the economic damage caused by coronavirus.