Clothes shopping may require face masks and changing rooms could be kept shut in efforts to reassure customers and help stop the spread of Covid-19, a professor of infectious diseases has said.
Plans were today unveiled that would see cars banned from the city centre and new cycle lanes created to keep people safe after the coronavirus lockdown restrictions are relaxed.
Scotland's fishing industry receives postive boost as new survey shows an upturn in demand.
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The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the public’s shopping habits, which have reverted to how they were 10 or 15 years ago, the head of Tesco has said.
Around 60% of shoppers have said they will stick to new shopping habits once the lockdown unwinds in the latest blow to the beleaguered high street, according to new research.
A major DIY firm has confirmed its second Aberdeen store has reopened today.
Retail sales declined at the worst rate on record in March as lockdown measures were introduced, according to a report.
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Tesco has ramped up its home delivery and Click & Collect services after a surge in demand in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon Marketplace and eBay are being urged to clamp down harder on coronavirus profiteering by sellers, after Which? found many everyday household products being offered at inflated prices.
Supermarkets have introduced a range of new measures in order to keep stores open and shelves stocked during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sainsbury’s is following other supermarket chains and introducing a golden shopping hour for NHS and social care workers.
Older people have enjoyed dedicated shopping sessions at some supermarkets.
Improving the city centre and diversifying services will entice people back into the area, an Aberdeen shopping centre boss has said.
Some of the final remnants from a piece of Aberdeen’s retail history were sold off at the weekend, as items from McKay’s of Queen Street went under the hammer.
One in five shops on Aberdeen's Union Street are currently empty.
New Year sales shoppers are being urged to be aware of scammers by police.
Thousands of shoppers flocked to Aberdeen city centre to pick up Boxing Day bargains.
Thousands of shoppers have flocked to the city centre to pick up bargains today.
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Made In Chelsea stars Louise Thompson and Ryan Libbey have revealed the recent transformations they have made to their townhouse.
Shops in Aberdeen city centre have come and gone over the past few decades. We’ve had a look back through our archives and found these old shopfronts, but question is, how many of them do you recognise?
Physical Dash Buttons, Amazon’s discontinued one-press gadgets which allowed users to automatically re-order household items, will no longer work by the end of August, the web retailer has said.
Now that Holly Willoughby is on her summer holiday and won’t be gracing our screens alongside Philip Schofield each morning, fans won’t be able to pore over the stylish star’s on-screen outfits for a while.
The Trinity Shopping Centre in Aberdeen has welcomed Toytown as a brand new offering at the centre and they have gone mad for toys! From your favourite brands such as Barbie, Lego, L.O.L. to indoor and outdoor games the shopping centre seem to have it all.
With summer right around the corner, now’s the time to get your warm-weather wardrobe ready.
Your mum is one of the most important people in your life, so she deserves to be spoilt. If you are in any doubt about what to get her at this special time of year then The Trinity Centre can help.
A popular Aberdeen department store has celebrated its 75th anniversary.
Shopping via smartphones and tablets is set to rise by £10 billion on last year as consumers will make more visits to online sites than malls for the first time, a survey suggests.