For those of us from the Granite City, it is near impossible to imagine an Aberdeen without oil.
Scotland’s tight lockdown restrictions will result in a slower recovery for the nation’s tourism industry than elsewhere in the UK, says an industry leader.
The tourism industry needs more support from Government if it is to avoid a “travesty” in the form of business closures, MSPs have been told.
New regulations on short-term lets must not be introduced in Scotland while the hospitality industry is “on its knees” as a result of Covid-19, bosses at Airbnb have said.
Broadcaster Eric Robson has dedicated his OBE to Cumbria, saying he is glad to be able to pay back the county which has given him so much.
The travel and tourism sector “will be breathing a sigh of relief” after the UK Government agreed a trade deal with the EU, an industry body has said.
The hospitality sector will take up to two years to begin its recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, an industry spokesman claims.
Michael Gove tried to avoid “pitting parts of the UK against each other” over funding for preparations to leave the EU, MSPs have been told.
Overseas visits to the UK are expected to increase slowly in 2021 following a slump in tourism due to the coronavirus crisis, according to Britain’s tourist board.
Support will be needed in Scotland for businesses impacted by Brexit, a Holyrood committee has said.
The north-east's tourism marketing body has been working alongside others in the industry to provide the region with a boost.
Stringent restrictions on street selling and advertising in parts of Glasgow are planned so the city can host the delayed Euro 2020 football tournament.
Coronavirus grants should only be paid to businesses that pay the real living wage and do not use zero-hour contracts, Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has said.
Licensing for short-term lets in Scotland could put 17,000 jobs at risk, according to research commissioned by Airbnb.
The Scottish Government is being urged to extend the business rates holiday for the tourism sector for another year, to help the key industry cope with the impact of Covid-19.
There has been concern over the local lockdown’s impact on the tourism sector, which only officially "reopened" three weeks ago when guests were allowed to stay in hotels again following the lifting of restrictions.
KLM will be increasing the number of daily flights between Aberdeen and Amsterdam next week.
Quarantine restrictions for Scottish sun-seekers travelling to Spain are to be lifted this week, the Scottish Government has announced.
Business leaders hope the new Rediscover Your Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire campaign will bring a welcome boost to the north-east’s hospitality and tourism industries.
Frontline health heroes are being offered five years' worth of free stays at the world famous Gleneagles Hotel.
From innovative, theatrical drinks to app ordering services, here’s what a trip to your favourite cocktail bar will look like
While beer gardens are in full swing and restaurants set to reopen next week, cocktail bars are taking things a little slower to perfect their intimate offerings.
Gordon Campbell Gray, owner of The Three Chimneys on Skye, says he feels ashamed by recent scenes discouraging visitors from over the borders and beyond.
‘We can’t allow ourselves to be dragged along’: Nicola Sturgeon urges Scots to back local tourism amid air bridges row
Nicola Sturgeon has urged Scots to consider booking a holiday at home amid a growing row over the UK Government's "shambolic" handling of plans to ease quarantine rules for air travellers.
Among the announcements made by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was the relaxation of the five-mile limit on travel for leisure purposes from today.
Face coverings to become compulsory in shops from next week as physical distancing is relaxed in attempt to boost economy
Face coverings are to be compulsory in Scottish shops from the end of next week, as physical distancing is relaxed in retail and hospitality sectors as well as public transport.
A tourism body is recruiting new additions to its board of directors to play their part in recovery of the sector.
Nicola Sturgeon: Scotland edging closer to ‘total elimination’ of Covid-19 but resurgence warning signs must not be ignored
Nicola Sturgeon has predicted Scotland may be edging closer to "total elimination" of coronavirus after no new deaths were recorded overnight for the first time on a weekday since March.
A north-east tourism marketing agency has welcomed new research carried out into how people feel about travel after lockdown.
Tourism and hospitality businesses in Scotland have been told they may be able to reopen on July 15.
Nicola Sturgeon says Scotland to stick with the two-metre rule on physical distancing unless science suggests otherwise
Nicola Sturgeon has said she will stick with the two-metre rule for physical distancing despite tourism and travel operators calling for it to be relaxed to help businesses.