North East Scotland College (NesCol) contributes over £400million a year to the region's economy, a new report has shown.
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Twenty engineering students at North Highland College will get the chance to get hands on work experience as part of a new course based in Thurso.
Veteran hotelier Donald Macdonald is moving back into the driver's seat of the business he founded 24 years ago as its chief executive announced his departure from the firm.
Martin Gilbert looks out over the descending sprawl of the Royal Aberdeen golf course, host of this year's Scottish Open, and out to sea.
Temporary power giant Aggreko has won the contract to keep the lights and cameras running at the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.
Prime Minister David Cameron has stepped in to try to help save “absolutely vital” air links between Aberdeen and London after British Airways moved to axe services.
A former social club in the heart of Aberdeen could have a new lease of life after being put up for sale at a fixed price of £240,000.
The latest addition to the Prime Four business park at Kingswells, Aberdeen, is not an office building but a piece of art.
Miller Cromdale has been granted planning approval for its Liberty House project in Aberdeen.
One of the firms picked to build the long-awaited Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route has told investors it expects to make record profits this year.
Dame Joan Stringer has agreed to be the independent chair of the Scotch Whisky Action Fund, set up last year by the Scotch Whisky Association to tackle alcohol abuse.
Galliford Try is forecasting record profits on back of winning the contract to build the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.
A Scottish salmon farmer has struck a deal to sell fish guts to make a revolutionary food supplement that aims to help overcome global starvation.
MPs are calling for a “full, independent public inquiry” into offshore helicopter safety amid fears that “a creeping complacency is affecting safety standards”.
North-east holiday-makers will have another destination to choose from when flying from Aberdeen.
Aberdeen haulage firm ARR Craib Transport has unveiled plans to splash out £4million on a fleet of environmentally friendly vehicles this year.
A leading SNP MP has dismissed allegations that he put pressure on whisky industry bosses to remain silent in the debate over Scotland's future.
The facilities management arm of French energy giant GDF Suez has boosted its business in the with a significant acquisition.
A north-east pop star’s chart domination has added nearly £2million to the bank balance of her music company.
Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. This time we speak to Callum Fraser, known to all and sundry as Spud, who works as a professional bagpiper under the business name Spud the Piper
Fiscal and regulatory stability will be at the heart of an independent Scotland’s approach to the North Sea, Energy Minister Fergus Ewing has pledged.
An award-winning Aberdeen fish factory is facing closure and the loss of all 50 jobs.
The catering team at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) have been recognised for preparing and serving fresh, healthy food.
Serco Group, the problem-plagued company behind NorthLink ferry services to the northern isles, suffered another major blow yesterday.
Trading Standards officials have confirmed through laboratory tests that a Moray brewery did create the world's strongest beer.
Troubled outsourcing business Serco has had to write down the value of some large contracts following a major review of the business by led new chief executive Rupert Soames.
Controversy-seeking beer maker Brewdog more than quadrupled its profits last year to £2.36million after it opened it its new £7.5million brewery in Ellon.
Five oil workers have been disciplined by construction giant Petrofac for recent anti-social behaviour in Shetland, where they are building Total’s £800 million gas plant.
A 19th Century mansion in Elgin that reputedly once belonged to a wealthy tea plantation owner is on the commercial market at offers over £599,000.
The £35million redevelopment of Aberdeen's Capitol Theatre is about to enter a new phase as demolition work at the historic old building comes to an end.
Bmi regional is on course for its best year since a change of ownership in 2012, the airline's boss said yesterday.
A £5million commercial project in Aberdeen, has had its official handover and the developer is seeking new opportunities in the area.