The people of Aberdeen are 'fully behind' the bid to keep John Lewis in the city, the taskforce set up to save it says.
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.
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.
OPINION: Russell Borthwick: John Lewis should reconsider Aberdeen closure as shoppers still want ‘bricks and mortar’ experience
The proposed John Lewis closure is sad news.
The north-east's route out of lockdown has been welcomed - but calls have been made to speed up the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions due to low case numbers.
North-east business leader calls for region to not be penalised for high Covid case numbers elsewhere
A north-east business leader has called on the Scottish Government not to penalise the region for high Covid case numbers elsewhere when lockdown eases.
Business leaders in the north-east reacted with frustration to the news lockdown measures will remain in place until the end of April.
A three-month extension of business rates relief will merely scratch the surface of the support needed to keep many north east firms afloat and will provide only a "stay of execution", industry leaders say.
Business leaders in the north-east have called on the Scottish Government to consider running a safe return to office working pilot in Aberdeen in a bid to prevent the "death knell" sounding for firms across the city.
Business leaders called for more support to be put in place for firms impacted by the new lockdown measures.
Campaigners have toasted victory after a "vital" air route was reinstated following a two-year crusade.
Online hub North East Now aims to boost the regional economy over the winter period as its festive campaign continues.
Council leaders call for north-east to stick to restrictions as Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire remain in Level two
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire will not be handed tighter Covid-19 restrictions this week - but Nicola Sturgeon warned the threat of tougher restrictions remains.
North East Now: Local businesses continue to offer magical shopping experience this Christmas despite tough times
Supporting north-east businesses creates a direct and positive impact on our local communities.
An organisation has given staff a share of more than £2,500 to spend in local businesses as part of its shop local campaign.
A festive campaign has been launched to inspire shoppers to support local businesses this Christmas.
Council and business leaders have spoken of their disappointment after it emerged the north-east would remain in level two of the Scottish Government's Covid-19 framework.
North-east business leaders have spoken of their "relief" after the furlough scheme was extended.
Business leaders in the north-east have warned many firms "will not survive" a second Scotland-wide lockdown if it is imposed.
Aberdeen's council and business leaders have spoken of their disappointment at level two measures being imposed on the city with it dubbed as a move towards a "winter of discontent".
Business leaders in the north-east have expressed their disappointment after it was confirmed current coronavirus restrictions would be extended.
The boss of a leading north-east business organisation fears switching the lights of the economy on and off will cause "serious long-term damage" to communities.
Aberdeen chiefs have warned a national lockdown would spell disaster for Aberdeen - with one claiming it would prove the "kiss of death" for businesses in the city.
North-East Now: Power Week sent ‘strong and positive message that local businesses are safe and open for custom’
The North-East Now Power Week has been hailed as a great success as the campaign comes to a close.
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.
North-East Now: ‘Power Week’ campaign announced as online hub continues to support local firms through Covid-19 crisis
A new drive that will harness the power of social media help north-east businesses through the coronavirus crisis has been launched.
Aberdeen must make clear it is safe and open for business once more, according to a city business leader.
Hospitality chiefs and business leaders have spoken of their disappointment and devastation after lockdown restrictions in the city were extended for a week.
Aberdeen Journals' social media 'power hour' - part of the North-East Now campaign - has received an incredible response from local businesses.
Aberdeen Journals' power hour will take place on Thursday, June 25 from noon-1pm on Twitter.