All manner of supercars will be revving their engines for a new exhibition in Aberdeen this year.
Johnny Mac and the Faithful have been unveiled as the special guest act to support rock legend Sir Rod Stewart during his summer tour.
Property development and construction giant Henry Boot said yesterday work on the £333 million Teca project in Aberdeen helped underpin the second-best annual profits performance in its 133-year history.
A children's charity campaigning to build an £8 million family centre in Aberdeen will receive a boost from the city's new entertainment complex.
Celine Dion, Oasis and The Smiths are an example of the calibre of names that will be attracted to the city's new £333 million gig venue, council leaders have claimed.
A city church could move to the site of the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.
The UK’s £7.5 billion subsea sector needs to shed its “master and servant mindset”, an industry veteran said yesterday.
One of the largest gaming events in Scotland will return to the north-east this autumn.
Back before he was a grand slam champion and world number one, Andy Murray competed at the Aberdeen Cup as a teenager
It's a long way from Wimbledon or Flushing Meadows, but way back in 2005 a teenage Andy Murray competed and claimed a major scalp in Aberdeen.
After recently taking time out from comedy, including a short spell studying Spanish in Madrid, the Clydebank comedian Kevin Bridges is back touring and in Aberdeen with four sell-out shows.
Business leaders were warned yesterday that signs of “regression” were emerging on North Sea collaboration as activity picks up.
A north-east children’s charity has raised more than £60,000 to support young people with complex disabilities.
Travis lead singer Fran Healy has revealed how he once reduced Oasis hardman Liam Gallagher to floods of tears with an impromptu backstage performance in Aberdeen.
The glitterati of the oil and gas industry were treated to a spellbinding evening of food, drinks, music and dancing at The Press and Journal Energy Snow Ball on Saturday.
There were smiles all round as renowned musician Jools Holland stopped by an Aberdeen pizza restaurant this evening.
Aberdeen’s new £333 million conference centre is fuelling fresh interest in one of the biggest oil and gas industry exhibitions on the international calendar.
Aberdeen's new exhibition centre will open next summer and could put the city on the map as a "cultural destination".
Funnyman Russell Howard has been named as the first comedian to perform at the new Aberdeen exhibition centre.
Popular funnyman Russell Howard has been named as the first comedian to perform at the new Aberdeen exhibition centre.
A major meeting has been announced to examine Aberdeen’s financial future and learn how it could spark an “economic renaissance” spanning the entire country.
Developers have marked a “major milestone” in the creation of the new AECC by unveiling images which offer a glimpse inside.
Motorists are facing delays after a crash between a lorry and a car at an Aberdeen roundabout this evening.
Wars, riots and earthquakes are not the usual type of event you expect in the north-east of Scotland.
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.
A workman has died nearly two weeks after falling at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre .
A man has died following a fall at the £333million new TECA exhibition centre being built in Aberdeen.
A sensational artist has been booked to bring the house down for one of the AECC’s final gigs.
Former Rangers player Ally McCoist will put his television experience to good use next week as he hosts an exciting charity event in Aberdeen.
A construction worker is fighting for his life in hospital after a serious accident on the site of the new Aberdeen Exhibition Centre (AECC).
A biennial event aimed at driving radical digital and technological transformation across the offshore oil and gas industry starts in Aberdeen today. More than 1,000 people are expected to attend the three-day ENGenious symposium and exhibition at the AECC, organised by SPE. To read more on Energy Voice, click here.
BP’s global head of technology hopes an inaugural conference in Aberdeen next week will act as a “call to arms” for the North Sea on innovation.
There are still many things in Britain we can be proud of and for me they include David Attenborough, our manners, and heavy metal music.