When you think of luxury fashion brands like Chanel, Christian Dior, Versace or Valentino, you will likely associate them with Paris or Milan rather Aberdeen.
Trying to think of the perfect gift this festive season?
Yes you read that right - a lobster telephone is to go on display at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art this week.
Cava Kenny Cordiner, the football pundit who takes no bull
Chris Angus netted five goals as Inverurie Locos cruised to a 7-0 victory against Turriff United.
British blackcurrants could become a casualty of warmer winters as they may not get enough chilling to produce optimum yields and fruit quality.
A man who died after falling from a town’s Christmas tree was due to become a grandad again that day.
Montrose Music Festival bosses have pledged it’s not the end despite the plug being pulled on next year’s bash.
Open-top tourist buses could be returning to Aberdeen under new ambitious plans aimed at regenerating the city centre and boosting tourism.
One of the UK’s most respected regeneration tzars has thrown his weight behind plans to put Aberdeen on the cultural map.
A man has died after attempting to climb a Fife town’s Christmas tree and falling.
Farming leaders have launched appeals to festive food shoppers to buy Scottish when they do this year’s seasonal stock-up.
Fife Council becomes first local authority to withdraw from Scottish Government’s primary one testing scheme
Fife Council has become the first local authority to scrap the Scottish Government’s controversial primary one assessments.
Holiday-makers have been tricked into spending thousands of pounds on fake flights after fraudsters hacked a Perthshire travel firm.
North-east business chief fears ministers are trying to ‘step away’ from tax cuts for air passengers pledge
A top Aberdeen business lobbyist has raised concerns that ministers may be trying to “step away” from a pledge that would safeguard key air transport links.
A reminder of the severe penalties farm pollution can incur has been issued by agricultural insurers, Farmers and Mercantile.
Tenant farming campaigners have expressed dismay that so few tenants have taken advantage of the one-off amnesty period for improvements.
Porsche’s third-generation Cayenne hopes to re-establish itself as the driver’s choice among large models in the luxury SUV sector
Porsche has rejuvenated its large luxury Cayenne SUV in this third-generation guise.
Europe’s consumers will be eating less meat in 2030, according to the EU’s latest agricultural outlook report which shows poultry as the only meat set for a strong increase in demand.
Two sales at 20,000gns topped the Texel Select Seven event at Lanark while the breed’s inaugural Lanark Crackers sale was headed at 7,000gns.
Accountants have raised a dram to the chancellor as they predict a boost in new distillery development next year.
Business optimism in Scotland is at the lowest ebb ever recorded, the FSB has said.
“Relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief.”
Ron Cluny, Official Council Spokesman
Ross County squandered the opportunity to reclaim top spot in the Championship on a frustrating afternoon as they relinquished the lead against Queen of the South.
Trip to Ayr United all the more vital after Queen of the South draw, says Ross County winger Josh Mullin
Ross County winger Josh Mullin feels squandering the opportunity to return to the top of the Championship makes Saturday’s trip to leaders Ayr United all the more vital.
Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) chairman Jimmy Warnock is “100% certain” that the planning process for the 2019 Royal Highland Show is on track.
Demand for cattle has been better than expected in recent weeks despite a sharp increase in feed costs, according to the latest quarterly market summary from Aberdeen and Northern Marts (ANM).
An award-winning Invergordon-based firm fell into administration yesterday, putting nearly 50 employees out of work.
A council is asking the Ministry of Defence to help pay for a £400,000-plus clean-up of contaminated land at an old naval base on an Orcadian island.
Farmers have been urged to step up their vigilance for Bluetongue virus after the disease was found in three consignments of imported cattle from France.
We can today reveal the first look inside Aberdeen’s Music Hall after its £9 million transformation.