Judges have been given a whistle-stop tour of Aberdeen’s night life as the Granite City bids to retain its coveted purple flag status for a record-breaking seventh year.
PICTURES: Aberdeen gets into festive spirit as Castlegate tree lights up and Christmas Village opens
Aberdeen well and truly got into the festive spirit as crowds gathered for some seasonal fun.
The organisers of Aberdeen's international comedy festival have said it will return “bigger and better” in 2020.
Aberdeen business leaders are being urged to join a panel to promote the city’s nightlife.
More than three-quarters of respondents want to see some form of pedestrianisation on Aberdeen’s Union Street, according to a P&J online poll.
Aberdeen has launched its bid to retain Purple Flag status for a record-breaking seventh year in a row.
Organisers of the Christmas Village have revealed how they plan to tee-off the festive spirit in style.
A record 10,000 people flocked to this year’s Aberdeen International Comedy Festival, organisers have revealed.
More than 100 people took to one of Aberdeen's busiest streets last night to join hands and raise awareness of mental health.
The world has changed an awful lot since 1984 and that is especially true of life in the retail business.
A new panel has been created to boost Aberdeen's night-time economy, and encourage more people to visit and live in the city centre.
Recovering addicts have talked about how looking after bees on the roof of one of Aberdeen’s most iconic buildings has helped keep them on the straight and narrow.
A cherished city mural celebrating heroes from the north-east is to be expanded.
Aberdeen's Christmas village will return to the city in November, with local businesses being urged to join the burgeoning attraction.
Two new shows have been added to Aberdeen's International Comedy Festival.
Two Aberdeen charities are sharing £12,500 to tackle street begging and homelessness in the city.
New names have been announced for an upcoming Aberdeen comedy extravaganza from October 3 to 13.
A quiz show king, an award-winning musician and a television star have been announced among the line-up for this year’s Aberdeen International Comedy Festival.
A popular food festival will take over the Granite City next week.
Aberdeen has been confirmed as Scotland’s most international city, with nearly a fifth of residents born outside the UK.
Comedy fans are in for a treat at the Aberdeen International Comedy Festival with the latest acts now unveiled.
It might only be summer, but council bosses are already planning for Christmas.
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.