Businesses are being urged to sign up to take part in Aberdeen Restaurant Week, with two months until the culinary celebration gets under way.
Record crowds thronged the streets of Aberdeen during the Easter weekend to visit the Nuart festival.
Thousands of people flooded the sun-soaked streets of Aberdeen to discover the new works created for Nuart.
Thousands of people are expected in Aberdeen this weekend to take in new street art across the city centre.
An Aberdeen city centre business leader has said the traditional image of the high street needs to be re-imagined after the city lost more than 40 shops last year.
A mural, which honours some of Aberdeen's most cherished sons and daughters, has found a new home after being controversially removed from its former spot.
Walking tours, exclusive film screenings and talks from world-leading experts are all on the agenda for this year’s Nuart Aberdeen festival.
Jazz will ring out across the streets of Aberdeen for the next 11 days with the return of a renowned music festival.
Many have passed through its doors in search of a petrifying pint or creepy cocktail, but one Aberdeen venue could soon be swapping horror for brightly-coloured boozy brunches.
Plans for a heralded free parking scheme in Aberdeen could be scrapped after new data revealed that it did not improve footfall in the city centre.
Shop workers took to the streets of Aberdeen at the weekend calling for more support to be given to the ailing retail sector.
Public toilets, libraries and community centres could close under ‘heartbreaking’ Aberdeen City Council budget plans
The city council could close all of its public toilets, all but one of its libraries and axe all lollipop men and women in an effort save £45 million over the next year.
Aberdeen’s Christmas village attraction broke records last year- with 200,000 more people visiting than in 2017.
Almost half of the bars claiming to back a pioneering safety campaign are failing to protect their customers from unwanted advances, a Press and Journal investigation has revealed.
As tens of thousands of people hit the high street today in search of Boxing Day bargains, The Press and Journal can reveal the best places to park in the city.
World-renowned author and actor Ben Elton has been named the headliner of the fourth annual Aberdeen Comedy Festival.
Aberdeen Christmas Village has closed today due to bad weather.
Two of the biggest names on the UK comedy circuit will make their Aberdeen Comedy Festival debuts when the event returns next year.
Christmas arrived early in Aberdeen last night with the switch-on of the city's Castlegate tree and grand opening of the its “biggest and best” festive village so far.
An Aberdeen city centre business chief has praised the safety record of the area after a new report found it still had the most crimes in the city.
A new policy which will allow Aberdeen pubs to open until 3am on weekends have been hailed as “trailblazing”.
Organisers of Aberdeen’s celebrated street art festival have issued a ‘call for walls’ for next year’s event.
Concerns have been raised for the safety of night-time workers and revellers with the removal of several late bus services throughout the city.
The organisers behind this year’s Aberdeen Comedy Festival have hailed it as “the best yet”.
More than 5,000 people are estimated to have filled music venues across Aberdeen after a festival attracted an eclectic array of artists to the city.
The flagship masterpiece in Aberdeen’s street art portfolio will be demolished if plans to redevelop a disused city centre department store are approved.
Councillors will debate a potential £150 million Aberdeen city centre development today which could pave the way for more housing, shopping and leisure space.
Aberdeen’s transformation into a haven for culture enthusiasts will be showcased before the nation in a new documentary which delves behind the scenes of a popular street art scheme.
Community groups from across the north-east were awarded with Beautiful Scotland awards this week – and demonstrated they are blooming marvellous.
An Aberdeen business chief has said he is “serious” about the Granite City’s comedy festival - and hopes the event will one day be as big as the Edinburgh Fringe.
A busy Aberdeen street has been brightened up by a local artist as part of a new scheme.
City centre businesses are being encouraged to sign up for Aberdeen’s second restaurant week.