The final countdown has begun for the highly anticipated cHeRries Awards.
Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre
Dozens of daredevils have scaled one of the tallest buildings in Aberdeen to raise money for a specialist charity.
The countdown is now well and truly on for completion of the £333million replacement for Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.
Guests at this year’s Energy Snow Ball will be sure to have the look of love as Eighties chart-toppers ABC take to the stage.
The north-east economy is poised to receive a £1.4 million boost as about 2,500 delegates flock to Aberdeen today for the start of the SNP conference.
Elgin and Stirling-based infrastructure firm Robertson Group said yesterday it had won a record number of gongs at industry award ceremonies.
Ruth Davidson has said that the red weather alert could lead to the cancellation of this weekend’s Scottish Conservative Party conference in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen construction worker caught up in a Home Office probe into illegal workers and organised crime has been jailed.
Workers at the site of the new £333million Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre took to lofty cranes and cherry pickers as they installed windows yesterday.
More traffic chaos is expected in the north of the city today as a further road closure is imposed to allow for work on the new AECC to continue.
Further delays are expected for Dyce motorists in the new year with another lane closure planned for the busy A96 road.
It’s incredible to believe it was eight years ago that cheeky chappie Olly Murs came runner-up in The X-Factor, impressing us all with his funky dance moves and charismatic personality.
Construction on the new £333million Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) is "going well" and the vital Offshore Europe event should be able to be held at the venue in 2019, according to council chiefs.
Henry Boot said work on the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) contributed to one of the busiest years in its 131-year history.
Councillors have voiced fears about the possibility of aeroplanes crashing into an overspill car park at the new multimillion-pound Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.
The cHeRries Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods, is celebrating its 10th year of celebrating excellence in the fields of human resources (HR), recruitment and training in Scotland.
A record-breaking 151 companies have confirmed they well be exhibiting at the Skipper Expo International Aberdeen 2016 fishing industry showcase in May.
Global construction consultancy Turner & Townsend will programme manage the “masterplan” for Aberdeen’s £333million new exhibition and conference centre, it was announced yesterday.
Council backing for a new £333million concert venue in Bucksburn was hailed as a boost for the north-east economy yesterday.
The new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) could generate more than 3,000 jobs and bring millions of pounds into the city, according to developers.
Nicola Sturgeon has opened the SNP's conference in Aberdeen with a £3billion pledge to build 50,000 new affordable homes in Scotland.
The SNP's biggest ever conference will open in Aberdeen today.
Entertainment bosses from across the country are expected to start bidding for the chance to run Aberdeen's new exhibition and conference centre.
What: The 12th annual Northern Star Business Awards, which recognise companies in the north-east for their accomplishments across a range of fields.
What: Simmons & Company International’s Sportschallenge 2015.
Plans to build a world-leading new concert and conference venue in Aberdeen have been given a huge boost after winning £10million of backing from Scottish Enterprise.
Plans to bulldoze a historic Aberdeen mansion to make way for the city’s new exhibition centre have been dealt a blow after heritage chiefs said it may qualify for special status.
Aberdeen City Council spent more on overseas jaunts in the last two years than any other local authority.
The opposition SNP group has performed a U-turn on plans for a new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) and will back the project at a full council meeting today.
Councillors have backed proposals to pay for a new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre - and to dramatically reduce the burden on taxpayers.
Henry Boot Developments Ltd was selected by councillors as the preferred bidder for the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre project in November 2013.
Aberdeen City Council's chief executive is under pressure to provide full public scrutiny of plans for a new exhibition and conference centre amid reports the cost could hit £300million.