Stewart Milne Group has unveiled plans for a massive building programme across the UK as it launches a year of celebrating its 40 years in business.
A former employee of north-east oil and gas services giant Asco fears being jailed in Oman next week over a contract payment dispute.
Scotland’s most northerly mainland commercial port has underlined its success in attracting luxury cruise ships as passenger numbers increased this year.
An award-winning electrician has enjoyed a boost in turnover after welcoming 25 new clients despite the oil and gas downturn.
“I never thought I’d be living on the banks of the River Spey, catching salmon and being a bee farmer,” chuckles Tony Harris, who runs Spey Valley Honey from his farm house near Fochabers in Moray. It’s certainly a world away from his previous career.
A spat has broken out over claims that the north-east is facing a housing shortage crisis.
Walk down the dairy aisle in any big supermarket and the special offers jump off the shelves. “Four pints for one pound”, trumpets one brand, while another offers “Two litres for eighty-nine pence”. Consumers have never had it so good.
A £1.3billion North Sea field has delivered “first gas” in what has been described as a significant boost to UK energy security.
Craft beer brewers across the north and north-east have secured new business in emerging markets including China, Hong Kong and Dubai through a a consortium that is aiming to reach international sales of £2.5million.
I found it incredible that the Brexit mafia headed by Theresa did a back summersault and put Hinkley on hold. I am sure the French and Chinese are livid. In my opinion rightly so. Peeing off the Chinese is mind numbing after The Brexit mafia lied their way into dumping our biggest trading partner, the EU. China is growing and trading with China is the future.
Till bells will be ringing this Christmas for an island brewery thanks to a tie up with a Michelin starred chef and Harrods.
The deadline to enter Scotland’s top awards scheme celebrating excellence in the fields of human resources, recruitment and training has been extended due to high demand.
A year ago this month I had the satisfaction of signing the Time to Change Employer Pledge on behalf of Aberdeen Asset Management, signalling our determination to tackle the stigma and discrimination associated with mental health issues, focusing on the workplace.
The cHeRies Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods, is seeking entries for next year’s event, now in its tenth year.
Agents handling the sale of the defunct Inn at the Park in Aberdeen’s Ferryhill have set a closing date for bids.
Tucked off the A90 in the historic fishing village of Muchalls is the Stack. Taking its name from the astonishing geological landforms off the town’s coast, the bar and restaurant has been lovingly renewed and was on the verge of celebrating its first year of business under the management of chef proprietor, Andy Smart.
A North-east farm shop is ringing in the New Year by encouraging people to think locally and support independent retailers in the wake of the biggest year for food and drink in Scotland.
A fish processing industry leader involved in one of the biggest corporate transactions in Scotland in recent years won an award last night at an annual food and drink awards event.
The three bridges which span the Firth of Forth at or near Queensferry – the Forth Bridge, the Forth Road Bridge and the soon to be completed Queensferry Crossing – are potent symbols of how important it is to invest in infrastructure. They are all grand structures but we should not forget that the infrastructure you can’t see is as vital to the success of an economy as that which you can.
An Aberdeen tech start-up is set to carry out its first official pilot this summer as it seeks investment at the end of this year.
A loans business backed by Sir Richard Branson will launch an "entrepreneur hub" in Aberdeen next week after lending £25,000 to a local firm.
A Stornoway bakery that specialises in making savoury treats from seaweed among other things said it has doubled year-on-year sales for the third consecutive year.
The developer behind the £107million Marischal Square development enjoyed a shares boost after it revealed its profits had swung back into the black.
After more than two years of job cuts, project delays and general misery in the north-east economy, there has been a number of refreshingly positive headlines in the P&J this month.
Scots now buy almost as much ice cream during the coldest months as the summer, industry figures have revealed.
First minister Nicola Sturgeon has unveiled a £400,000 funding package for Scottish chambers of commerce to support international trading alliances.
Trade in Scotch whisky – the UK’s biggest food and drink export - grew by 3.1% during the first half of the year, fuelled by booming demand in India where exports have risen by a record 41%, new figures show.
A Highland hotelier and a wildlife watching company are looking to drum up business in Germany as part of a trade mission led by tourism body, VisitScotland.
An Aberdeen payroll and tax compliance firm has opened a new office in the US to help build on its “competitive edge” in the market.
Whisky might be our national drink and the craze for craft gin may show little sign of abating, but distilleries across the North of Scotland are also producing a weird and wonderful array of spirits.
The importance of humility as a quality of good leaders is an interesting concept.
NFU Scotland’s Highland region has a new chairman as Tain farmer Jim Whiteford steps down from the post.