There is nothing more pleasing on a cold winter’s night than to have the cockles of your heart warmed by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) and Chorus.
VisitAberdeenshire on mission to entice world class conferences to the region following completion of P&J Live
Tourism body VisitAberdeenshire is upping its drive to entice world class conferences to the region following the completion of P&J Live.
HMRC has apologised for taking up to seven months to process R&D tax relief claims which was alleged to be preventing some UK companies from progressing.
An Aberdeen headquartered oil and gas firm is considering floating on a public market as part of its long-term growth plans.
It is one of the best-loved modern fairy tales to grace the silver screen.
A new boss has taken over at the helm of Johnston Carmichael’s Inverurie office.
Peterhead Prison has been a landmark in the town for more than 130 years. The mammoth, granite structure decorated by razor wire would be, to some, a building only pictured in a Victorian horror film.
Picture a postcard of Scotland. Highland coos, beautiful lochs, mountainous terrain, historic castles, glorious golf courses on magnificent dunes, rugged cliffs, sandy beaches and whisky galore.
Fewer business are being created in Aberdeen than any other city in the UK, a new report has revealed.
An entrepreneurial scientist who launched her own business almost 15 years ago is now changing lives with discoveries being made in her lab in Aberdeen.
When my parents handed me my brand new ghetto-blaster for my 10th birthday I had limited material to hand to try it out.
Stewart Milne eyed up site at Countesswells for more than three decades before his dream became a reality
For more than 30 years one of Aberdeen’s top businessmen had high hopes to convert old farmland to the west of the city into a development which would serve as a community for almost 10,000 people.
I am, and always will be, a very proud Scot. I’m one of those people who romanticises about the beauty of our country – probably aided by a year of studying Sir Walter Scott.
In Aberdeen, Club Tropicana is that place where the drinks are not free and you spend more of your evening trying to peel yourself from the sticky dancefloor than you do enjoying the ’80s beats.
Two of the north-east’s most respected offshore safety experts have been announced as panellists at The Press and Journal’s next Business Briefing.
Teams who work better together than they do apart are being urged to apply for one of the most prestigious award ceremonies in the north-east’s business calendar.
One of Aberdeen’s most successful businessmen highlighted the risks of Brexit to north-east firms in this year’s Scottish Council for Development and Industry Lecture.
A decline in property sales is forecast over the next three months amid ongoing Brexit uncertainty.
A TV apprentice guru and a chocolate entrepreneur have been announced as the first two speakers at a prestigious annual business conference.
SNP politicians call for an emergency meeting to help safeguard the future of a stricken Aberdeen paper mill
As announced earlier today, more than 450 jobs are currently hanging in the balance after the troubled owners of the Arjowiggins’ Stoneywood Mill in Bucksburn announced they had gone into receivership in France.
Fears for hundreds of jobs as the future of one of the north-east’s last remaining paper mills hangs in the balance
One of the last remaining paper mills in the north-east of Scotland is desperately seeking a new owner - prompting fears over the future of 500 jobs.
Hospitality workers in the north and north-east have been assured their jobs are safe after Scotland’s biggest luxury hotel group announced up to 50 redundancies.
A new Aberdeenshire-based menswear brand has been launched with the aim of creating high-quality contemporary clothes made in Scotland.
An award-winning Invergordon-based firm has been bought over just two weeks after going into administration.
New laws to protect consumers when businesses go bust will be considered by the government next year.
The tourism board for the north-east has joined forces with an international airline for its first collaborative campaign to market Aberdeen city and shire as the perfect festive holiday destination.
A Caithness engineering and design company has created new jobs and moved into larger premises.
Aberdeen-based Balmoral Group Holdings saw turnover and profitability drop over the course of the last year as the firm ploughed money into new investments.
How much can you cram into 48 hours? A huge amount is the answer when you commit yourself to blitzing a Christmas-themed sightseeing trip of the Big Smoke in just two days.
Scotland’s largest independent firm of chartered accountants has achieved a 4% growth in turnover after generating revenues of £45.5 million this year.
Talented HR directors are being sought to submit entries into the cHeRries 2019 Awards.
Aberdeen marine and naval architects are putting their skills to good use in a way which will help deliver free, vital medical care to some of the poorest countries in the world.