An Aberdeen bar where football fans were filmed breaching Covid-19 rules could be ordered to close early and banned from showing games - after more than 130 complaints were received.
Aberdeen councillors vote to take no action ahead of licensing board vote on future of The Draft Project
Aberdeen Licensing Board will meet this afternoon to consider the application from PB Devco for another 14-day licence for the beer tent, erected behind the granite frontage of the former Bruce Millers music shop in Union Street.
To say that I am very angry at what went on at Draft Project by Soul Bar by people watching Serbia versus Scotland football on Thursday is an understatement.
PB Devco given permission to reopen Aberdeen pub’s beer garden despite Covid-19 concerns over football crowd
A major Aberdeen hospitality firm has been granted a fresh licence to operate a beer garden - despite objections from the public after rowdy scenes during last week's Scotland football match.
Scotland fans: Aberdeen pub operator PB Devco facing review of outdoor licences following football fan footage
A north-east pub operator faces having some of their licences revoked following complaints made about footage that showed Scotland fans flouting social distancing rules.
A night where Scottish football fans rejoiced, celebrating their side's inclusion in the Euros for the first time in 22 years, has sparked anger and recrimination after videos emerged showing them hugging and cheering.
Video: Scotland fans: Calls for investigation into celebrations at Aberdeen’s Draft Project following goal against Serbia
A health boss has warned coronavirus does not take a "minute off, much less 90 minutes, extra time and penalties" after videos emerged of football fans cheering and hugging during the Scotland game last night.
Football fans were out in force celebrating Scotland's historic win against Serbia tonight.
A defiant Aberdeen pub boss has hit back at claims his city centre beer tent flouts coronavirus rules.
Aberdeen hospitality industry has ‘served its sentence’ and sector is being ‘picked on’, say pub bosses
Hospitality chiefs have hit out at a new 16-day inside booze ban saying saying the sector is being "picked on" and that Aberdeen had "already served its sentence".
Venues have spoken of their anger after public health chiefs failed to tell them they were on a list of places linked to the Covid-19 cluster.
Pubs across the north-east have announced they will be temporarily closing, as the region recorded its highest number of new Covid-19 cases since May.
An Aberdeen bar has introduced new rules when visiting the venue to avoid large group gatherings during busy periods.
Council chiefs have been urged to make use of new licensing powers to help Aberdeen businesses get back on their feet after Covid-19.
The owners of one Aberdeen city centre's most popular pubs have unveiled plans for an al-fresco pop-up bar.
Businesses across the north-east have cautiously welcomed the relaxing of Covid-19 restrictions – though some remain sceptical over proposed mitigation measures.
Whether they are hosting taco parties or curry nights, these north-east businesses have kept community spirits up throughout lockdown.
Bars, hotels and eateries across the north-east are working hard behind the scenes to make sure they're ready to safely welcome their customers back.
A family-owned hospitality firm has collaborated with local businesses to reopen its cafe in the heart of Aberdeen as a "communal store".
More than 15 Aberdeen businesses have teamed up to throw the ultimate stay-in May Day house party.
A north-east business has become one of the first to donate essential food supplies to charity during the coronavirus crisis.
A number of pubs in Aberdeen are to close today following government advice on coronavirus.
Football suspended, north-east events cancelled and more in doubt as attempts continue to slow spread of coronavirus
Events in the north-east have been called off, with others in doubt, as part of a bid to delay the spread of coronavirus.
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Controversial new proposals to let pubs stay open until 3am will make the streets “less safe” and lead to clashes, according to a nightclub operator.
Aberdeen’s first-ever speakeasy is to open in the autumn after councillors gave the green light.
A businessman has issued a challenge to beggars – saying if they want work they should come and see him.