A graffiti gang made up of north-east pensioners are continuing to enjoy their new-found fame with another appearance on national TV.
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.
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.
Shop workers took to the streets of Aberdeen at the weekend calling for more support to be given to the ailing retail sector.
A historic department store building in the heart of Aberdeen could soon reopen as a pub, restaurant and traditional pizzeria as part of £500,000 plans.
The first female headliner has been revealed for the 2019 Aberdeen Comedy Festival.
World-renowned author and actor Ben Elton has been named the headliner of the fourth annual Aberdeen Comedy Festival.
The organisers behind this year’s Aberdeen Comedy Festival have hailed it as “the best yet”.
Struggling city centre businesses in Aberdeen are in line for a multi-million pound boost due to a new free parking project.
The flagship masterpiece in Aberdeen’s street art portfolio will be demolished if plans to redevelop a disused city centre department store are approved.
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.
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.
City and business leaders have claimed more needs to be done to protect and enhance Aberdeen’s night-time economy from outdated perceptions.
Thousands flocked to the streets of Aberdeen this weekend to explore the street art on display as part of the Nuart Festival.
Bus drivers have voted to down tools “indefinitely” in one of the most disruptive acts of industrial action to hit Aberdeen in recent history.
An Aberdeen council scheme to provide parking in the city centre for just £1 after 5pm has been praised by business bodies.
The first artist has been announced for the return of the award-winning Nuart festival due to take place in the city this year.
Artists from as far afield as Argentina, Lithuania, Norway, Portugal have been announced to complete the line-up for Aberdeen’s upcoming Nuart festival.
As another year draws to a close it is only natural that people reflect on how 2017 has been.
Crowds flocked to the launch of Aberdeen’s Winter Festival in the city centre last night.
A popular winter festival is set to be “bigger and better than ever” – according to Aberdeen’s culture chief.
Another Aberdeen city centre street has been targeted as part of the council’s nine-month “deep clean” of the area.
Thousands lined the streets of Aberdeen city centre on Saturday to welcome the much-anticipated return of the annual Torcher Parade.
An Aberdeen street art festival has been given a national award following a public poll.
Organisers of the celebrated Nuart festival have launched the search for city centre sites that can become canvasses for next year’s murals.
Market stalls at this year’s Aberdeen Christmas market will be set up in the heart of the city’s most iconic granite building – with hopes the spot will become a festive beacon for shoppers across the north-east.
City businesses enjoyed a windfall of cash over the weekend thanks to Celebrate Aberdeen and the Great Aberdeen Run.
Beautiful Scotland judges are due to visit Aberdeen next Monday to inspect the horticultural delights on display.
Former north-east police chief reflects on life in the force and his new role in bringing people to the Granite City
A former north-east police chief has reflected on his stint at the head of an Aberdeen business organisation - and concluded life behind the thin blue line is not so different from bringing people to the city centre.
Aberdeen’s Christmas Village drew to a close last night, having attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors during the past five weeks.
Police Scotland Chief Superintendent Adrian Watson has spoken to the P&J after police charged a 16-year-old boy following the death of Bailey Gwynne.