John Lewis is to launch a new cheaper range of products amid concerns that the department store giant is not widely seen as “good value for money”.
An Aberdeen business chief says the city must "rebuild" its "cultural offering" to breathe new life into its ailing centre.
Scotland needs a business rates overhaul with extra help for smaller high street traders, the Lib Dems say.
More than 20 big-name retailers will not reopen for business at a popular Aberdeen shopping precinct as the city continues to be “battered” by the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
I read with horror the John Lewis plans to cease trading in Aberdeen city centre with immediate effect.
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.
A host of retailers have confirmed reopening plans for April 12 as shoppers look forward to a return to bricks and mortar shopping after more than three months.
A north-east professor has called for a "radical" revamp of Aberdeen's city centre following the news the region's last department store is to close.
Only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun, or so the song says, though I feel this is true of all the UK nations.
A taskforce set up to save Aberdeen’s John Lewis store will “do everything” to ensure it stays in the city centre, the co-leader of the city council has said.
Party leaders have outlined how they plan to support Aberdeen following the news the city may lose its last department store.
Last week, when I went skite at the news of JL’s closure, my quine rightly declared: “It’s people like you who’ve caused this. Before Covid, when were you last in the shop?”
The people of Aberdeen are 'fully behind' the bid to keep John Lewis in the city, the taskforce set up to save it says.
It looks like we’re in for the second performance of Alex Salmond and his monstrous ego.
It’s like the death of an uncle you see only a few times a year.
Thousands of members of the public have voiced their support for a campaign to keep the north's last department store in Aberdeen.
Shopping trends have unfortunately changed for a majority of people in recent years which has led to so many businesses and shops either going to the wall or closing. It’s been on the cards for years, so why the city hasn’t recognised this and adjusted rates accordingly is beyond me.
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.
The closure of John Lewis is down to us internet shopping.
In the past year, we have almost become used to worse news piling on bad news.
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.
Boss of Aberdeen John Lewis says ‘stakes are very high and very real’ in letter to shoppers devastated by closure plans
Andrew Murphy, partner and executive director of operations, John Lewis Partnership, writes an open letter to Evening Express readers.
Crunch talks to save Aberdeen’s John Lewis store were taking place today with business and council leaders.
‘Fantastically disappointing’: George Street businesses vow to ‘keep going’ despite potential loss of John Lewis
An Aberdeen trader has said the likely closure of John Lewis is “fantastically disappointing” for small businesses on George Street – but insisted the area’s shops will “keep going”.
City leaders have called on Sir Ian Wood to lead a newly announced taskforce in an effort to keep John Lewis in Aberdeen.
Having a John Lewis in Aberdeen puts us on a par with other bigger cities in Scotland and is a big draw for attracting students, according to an Aberdeen university social scientist.
News of John Lewis' plans to close the Aberdeen store has prompted a flood of readers' letters.
Aberdeen leaders will launch a taskforce in a last ditch effort to convince John Lewis bosses to rethink the closure of the much-loved city department store.
Shoppers are still flocking in their thousands to sign a petition calling for John Lewis to rethink plans to shut its Aberdeen store.