Brexit uncertainty is threatening potential new routes for Aberdeen, Inverness and other UK airports, aviation industry chiefs have warned.
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A company making luxury skincare products from Hebridean seaweed has set its sights on the American spa market as part of ambitious growth plans.
The owners of a north-east nursery have announced its closure, blaming the increase in business rates.
Scotland's busiest cruise liner port is on course for another record-breaking year with an "extraordinary" 45% increase in visiting passengers.
A well-known Highland brewery has lodged plans to transform a historic Inverness city centre building into a new craft beer bar and restaurant.
An MP yesterday slammed transmission charges which are putting jobs at Peterhead Power Station at risk.
The Press and Journal is delighted to reveal the finalists in the cHeRries Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods.
The owners of an Argyll hotel are marking its 50th anniversary by embarking on a major £290,000 project to upgrade the property.
Scotland could "certainly" be an independent country but such a move would have financial consequences, according to the former governor of the Bank of England.
Potential nurses of the future can find out more on what the career entails at a special event this week.
The public sector across the Highlands is united in opposing any centralisation of decision-making at Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), the health board chairman has said.
A total of 150 jobs are to be created as work gets under way on a transformation of a historic Inverness school and college building.
Tucked around the corner of the busy traffic corridor around Union Square and the train station is the Merchant Quarter. Its cobbled streets and independent shops, bars and restaurants hugging the base of Union Street above is remnant of Aberdeen’s medieval past and an oasis of character and charm, an antidote to chain outlets and corporate blandness.
House sales across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire are on the up for the first time in three years as the region emerges from the oil slump.
Oil and gas experts have warned that North Sea investment and jobs are at stake amid the prospect of a second referendum on Scottish independence.
The UK Government's response to the oil and gas crisis remains a "shameful betrayal" of the industry, the SNP conference heard yesterday.
A prestigious panel of experts has expressed "grave reservations" about plans for a shake-up at the north's development agency.
Campaigners opposed to ship-to-ship oil transfers in the dolphin-friendly waters of the Cromarty Firth warned MSPs yesterday of "a disaster waiting to happen."
Scotland’s favourite fish has taken a battering of a different kind in a conservation group’s new guide to seafood species to eat and avoid.
The owner of a Loch Ness boat cruise company has taken the top award at a prestigious Scottish tourism awards scheme.
The Aberdeen office market is back in growth mode after bottoming out during an “awful” 2016, a commercial property expert said last night.
The burgeoning popularity of the North Coast 500 road trip has sparked a trade boom which will create more than 200 new Highland jobs.
New research at Aberdeen University has highlighted the potential size of the prize awaiting Scots fishers after Brexit.
Ministers have been accused by the SNP of "stacking the deck" against renewable energy and in favour of nuclear power.
Scotland's ski centres have suffered one of their worst seasons - with operators today warning that "millions of pounds" have been lost to the economy from a lack of snow.
An extra day for leap year in 2016 is all that stood in the way of Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) bosses celebrating a long-awaited return to passenger growth at the terminal in February.
North-east business rates have come under scrutiny again after claims the region was being "short changed" by the government.
LifeScan Scotland plans to create 28 new jobs - and 50 temporary roles - at its Inverness facility amid ongoing consultation over axing up to 80 existing jobs.
Business groups across the north and north-east had a mixed reaction to the news of a second independence referendum, coupled with the UK's plans to press ahead with Brexit.
Business owners at a popular Aberdeen shopping destination have launched a campaign to support local, independent trade.
Up to 50 new Highland fish farm jobs are promised with the aid of a £1million public subsidy.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Christopher Bruce, who runs Ballater firm Roaring Stag Coffee Roasters