Plans are being drawn up for the construction of a 150-bed hotel, next to Aberdeen International Airport.
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The cHeRries Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods, is delighted to unveil its esteemed panel of judges.
Top office rents in Aberdeen were above those for Glasgow during 2016 despite commercial property market woes in the Granite City, a new report from Savills says.
A long-awaited new rail station at Inverness Airport is poised to be given the go-ahead next week after more than a decade on the drawing board.
By the time Colin Parker hangs up his captain’s hat at Aberdeen Harbour Board later this year he’ll have spent almost 30 years working at the port.
Almost 20,000 north and north-east firms will not benefit from Scottish Government measures to soften the blow of crippling business rate rises, Conservatives claim.
There is silence save for the whispering hush of pine needles in the wind, and the rustle of a startled deer.
Wind farms owner The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG) has announced soaring profits a year after being hit by the UK Government decision to end subsidies for onshore projects.
A survey of hotel prices in cities around the world has highlighted the woes of the Aberdeen market during 2016.
The first of two new hotels has opened in a £34million-plus investment creating more than 100 jobs in the north-east.
The north-east has netted a £4million-plus boost to the economy in the latest round of EU and Scottish Government fisheries funding.
Shares in Royal Bank of Scotland soared on Monday after the Government slammed the brakes on the bank's sale of Williams & Glyn (W&G).
A Dingwall scientist has won Scottish Government funding for a community scheme to use "waste energy" from renewables projects.
North-east tourism body, VisitAberdeenshire, has launched an initiative to help the region take a bigger slice of Scotland's £1.1billion golf travel market.
Mackie’s of Scotland is the largest seller of "premium" ice cream in Scotland - beating out multinational-owned rivals Ben & Jerry's and Wall's Carte D'or.
Sunshine is pouring into the conservatory at Ferryhill House Hotel where a group of Aberdeen’s young professionals meet to talk about networking, mutual support – and a good party.
Start-ups have received a £140,000 boost from the Scottish Government.
Public funding totalling £8 million is to be used to boost Scotland's fishing sector, with work to help reduce problems linked to the discard ban to receive a share of the cash.
Plans to close more than 20 Jobcentres in Scotland will heap stress on some of the most vulnerable, employability minister Jamie Hepburn has said.
First-time buyers in Scotland are on average about £850 a year better off than those who rent, according to analysis from the Bank of Scotland.
Few places can match the view of the night’s sky in the North of Scotland. From Orion’s Belt and the Plough through to the arcs traced by Jupiter, Mars and Saturn, generations of stargazers have contentedly watched the march of the heavens while tucked under their blankets and sipping coffee – or something stronger – from their faithful flasks.
New figures show that fewer businesses in Aberdeen will be better off under the business rates review.
Revaluation appeals can be submitted online at the Scottish Assessors Association (SAA) website, www.sas.gov.uk
A leading hotelier claims Finance Secretary Derek Mackay's stance on business rates in the north-east is "incomprehensible".
When Nick and Emma Smalley met on the dance floor 17 years ago they could never have imagined they would go on to become parents... or the founders of Scotland's first tea distilled gin.
A new event focusing on enterprise in the Shetland islands gets under way next week.
Student flats in Aberdeen have changed hands as part of a £295million property deal.
An Aberdeen university has revealed plans to boost the training opportunities for paramedics by launching a new course.
Work has started on a new craft distillery and visitor centre in Orkney, which is expected to create up to 10 jobs once open.
Aberdeen's SNP group has announced they will back a £4million pound business rates relief package at next week's budget meeting.
Production at the UK's most northerly distillery has soared in the past year while two of its three staff are poised to become fathers.
A leading north-east hotelier has vowed not to pay a huge increase to his business rates bill.