Located in the west end of Aberdeen, Albyn Hospital is the only independent hospital serving Grampian and the North of Scotland.
In just over two years since its inception, EnteroBiotix has advanced from a concept on a piece of paper to a reputable biopharmaceutical company delivering potentially life-saving medicinal products to patients across the UK and EU.
He made his name providing leadership on the pitch at Aberdeen FC but these days Russell Anderson is more interested in helping people sort out their finances.
Dobbies Garden Centres in Aberdeen, Inverness and 33 other UK locations are reportedly about to change hands after current owner Tesco put the business up for sale and set a deadline of today for offers.
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Equivalent of 250 million barrels of oil discovered in North Sea – the biggest in more than a decade
Chinese, French and Italian energy firms are celebrating the biggest gas find in the UK North Sea in more than a decade.
Human resources professionals from across the north-east celebrated the achievements of their peers at the star-studded tenth annual cHeRries awards.
Finance chiefs have demanded the Scottish Government use the £350million funding announced by Westminster to soften the blow of crippling business rates in the north-east.
Two Aberdeen hotels controlled by the former owners of the Albyn Bar have followed its collapse into administration as the oil and gas downturn continues to take its toll.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne believes the Dons are in a strong financial position to push ahead with plans for a new stadium on the outskirts of the city.
The owners of an Aberdeen fishmonger claim rogue parkers are costing them thousands of pounds in lost sales.
A leading vocational skills trainer has said employers should be given more incentives to take on apprentices.
A Buckie woman who made history as the town's first female firefighter says Moray's stations should no longer be a male domain.
A popular Aberdeen butchers has closed with immediate effect.
Aberdeen councillors have backed plans to allow taxi drivers to automatically add the controversial £2 airport drop-off fee to passengers' fares.
One of Scotland’s richest men who fled the country after going bankrupt has been forced to return home after his Middle-Eastern dream went “bust”.
House prices in Aberdeen have almost doubled in just ten years.
Growing demand for rooms in Inverness over the past five years contributed to an overall increase in occupancy and revenues across the Scottish hotel market, a new report says.
A pioneering bond issue has raised £370million for major civic building projects in a "huge" success for Aberdeen.
A low-cost airline has added a second Polish destination to its flights from Aberdeen International Airport (AIA).
Aberdeen scientist Anne Glover has joined the board of Scottish Enterprise.
A star of the Dragons' Den television programme has been involved in an accident on his way to Aberdeen.