The boss of JD Sports has hinted that any investment in the company’s shops will be dependent on potential negotiations with landlords as customers gingerly start returning.
Like so many, I was saddened to hear of the passing of a great British icon, Dame Vera Lynn.
Travel giant Tui has cheered a rise in bookings as it restarts holidays across a raft of European destinations, but forecast no quick recovery as trips for Britons remain on hold.
European countries have reopened their borders after a three-month coronavirus shutdown.
Borders have opened up across Europe after three months of coronavirus closures that began so chaotically in March.
Markets closed the day out in positive territory as traders welcomed a series of encouraging data from China, the eurozone and the UK that showed the service sector was recovering.
South Korea reported its highest number of new coronavirus infections in weeks on Wednesday and India reported another record single-day jump of more than 6,000 cases, as the pandemic expanded its grip across much of the globe.
Southern Europe is trying to figure out how to entice tourists to come back even while coroanvirus remains a threat.
Europe has reopened more widely, allowing people into the Acropolis in Athens, shops in Italy, markets and museums in Belgium, garden centres in Ireland and beer gardens in Bavaria.
Europe has marked the 75th anniversary of the surrender of Nazi Germany to Allied forces in low-key fashion because of coronavirus lockdown restrictions across the continent.
Differences in coronavirus policies across the world should not be used as an excuse to not learn lessons from other nations, an expert has said.
The European Central Bank is ramping up its measures to cushion the economy against a record downturn caused by the Covid-19 outbreak.
The European economy shrank by a record 3.8% in the first quarter as business activity from hotels and restaurants to construction and manufacturing was frozen by shutdowns aimed at preventing the spread of Covid-19.
Ford has announced that it plans to restart production at its main manufacturing sites in mainland Europe via a phased approach from May 4.
Derided by many economists for insisting on a balanced budget, and criticised for a health care system seen as bloated and overly expensive, Germany has found itself well equipped now to weather the coronavirus pandemic.
Car manufacturing sites need to be reopened as soon as possible, European car makers have said.
The fishing industry in England will receive a £10-million bailout after its markets in the UK and Europe collapsed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
As countries consider how to restart their virus-halted economies, early experiences in China and parts of Europe show it will be no easy task.
People around the world celebrated Easter at a distance on Sunday, with most churches closed and family gatherings cancelled amid wide-ranging coronavirus shutdowns.
The Scottish Government is still “awaiting clarity” on the future of the Erasmus European study abroad programme in the wake of Brexit, Scotland’s higher education minister has said.
Whitesnake and Foreigner have announced that together they will be touring the UK in 2020.
An Aberdeen university is researching the extent of ageism in Europe.
Floods are becoming more severe in parts of northern Britain due to climate change, a large-scale study has found.
Aberdeen airport is in the running to be one of Europe’s best in an annual awards ceremony.
Musicians have called for the Government to preserve their freedom of movement in a post-Brexit Europe.
Boss Derek McInnes is confident the injury-hit Dons are still strong enough to secure European qualification.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes said his side “showed how important” getting into Europe is to them after they put their home league hoodoo to bed by beating Motherwell 3-1.
Aberdeen International Airport has been commended at a prestigious awards ceremony.
A north-east engineering firm has been awarded new contracts worth more than $50 million.
MEPs have voted in favour of controversial changes to online copyright across the EU, in a decision designed to make tech giants more responsible for paying creatives, musicians and news outlets more fairly for their work online.