Many of us have swapped our offices for our homes due to Covid-19 and that brings many changes. For businesses, supporting employees’ wellbeing has never been more important – and in some ways, more challenging – than ever.
While many people are staying at home and social distancing during Covid-19, for charities it’s a continuous fight to keep helping. And you can help a dog rescue carry on its good work from the comfort of your own home.
For parents, making sure their children continue to get an education during the Coronavirus restrictions is vital. And for one Aberdeen school the transition to working online has gone well.
Whether you’re struggling to pay the bills, worried about how coronavirus is affecting your finances or simply looking to manage your money effectively, getting help early could make a real difference.
Summer’s just around the corner and that means it’s time for a fresh new look.
Looking to update your wardrobe for spring? Bon Accord Shopping Centre is sharing some fashion inspiration to help!
It’s got an iconic jingle and now this Aberdeen home improvements company has unveiled its iconic new showroom.
North East Scotland College rolls out the welcome mat for popular Open Day events.
Get ready for Mother’s Day on Sunday 22 March at Bon Accord – the shopping centre has gifts to suit all mums!
Read more about the Olivier award-winning stage production of A Monster Calls before the countrywide tour arrives in Aberdeen.
Don’t miss Cirque du Soleil’s breakthrough ice experience, CRYSTAL, at Aberdeen’s P&J Live.
The Script are bringing their latest UK and European Arena Tour to P&J Live on Friday, March 13.
Survivex’s new training centre of excellence for drilling and well control will offer an unrivalled training experience tailored to each individual’s learning needs.
The North East Business Showcase will now be held at Pittodrie Stadium, following the closure of an Aberdeen hotel.
Tucked away in Hazlehead Crescent, hidden gem BLT is the perfect place to enjoy a catch-up and a bite to eat.
The 1975 are making a stop in Aberdeen at the end of this month and it looks like they are bringing some new songs with them.
When the Circus of Horrors debuted at Glastonbury in 1995 people thought it wouldn’t run for 25 weeks let alone 25 years. But a quarter of a century later the Circus of Horrors is still touring all over the world, getting rave reviews and wowing audiences.
Jings, Crivvens, Help Ma Boab! Scotland’s cheekiest spiky-haired scamp is coming to His Majesty’s Theatre in March!
If you want a wedding that’s dazzling, stress-free and full of love, then you need Nicola!
If the way to a person’s heart is through their stomach, then one Aberdeen butcher needs to be top of the shopping list this Valentine’s Day.
Giving children the best possible start to their education can have lifelong benefits. And the staff at Robert Gordon’s College strive to provide that great start.
The 2020 PDC Premier League of darts gets under way in Aberdeen tomorrow.
Cast your mind back to January 1, when you vowed to find an exciting job in the Granite City. You might be looking for progression, a career change or even further responsibility.
Do you prefer the idea of being outdoors in the fresh air to being stuck inside with phones ringing and messages pinging?
Recruitment companies from the oil and gas industry are hot-footing it to Survivex to identify future potential talent.
This weekend, at developments across Aberdeen, Barratt Homes will be hosting a series of events tailored especially for house hunters looking to take their first or next step on to the property ladder.
Kippie Lodge’s showcase weekend is the perfect chance to get a taster of what’s on offer, and it’s open to everyone!
There are a number of international opportunities for new and established businesses in Scotland in the city of Yokohama in Japan. And that's thanks to the Scottish Government and the City of Yokohama signing a joint declaration on collaborating in the areas of culture and tourism, marine industries, sports and education in 2018. A year on, we reveal five reasons why this innovative and creative city brings exciting opportunities for Scots businessmen and businesswomen looking to launch a new business there...
Adams Watch Specialist may have just opened its doors on November 16th, but director Nick Adams has over a decade of experience in watch repairs.
Whether it’s finding a meaningful gift or hunting out a bargain so you can stick to your Secret Santa budget, Christmas present shopping can prove a bit of a nightmare at times.