Dozens of people queued to be among the first into Peterhead's newest pub yesterday.
The shop belonging to the boss of a group set up to boost Peterhead town centre is closing down due to the changes on the high street.
The work of Visit Inverness Loch Ness Tourism BID will continue for a further five years following a successful ballot yesterday.
When plans were first unveiled to set up a business improvement district in Peterhead, the town quickly became divided.
Opposition to Peterhead’s Business Improvement District scheme has led to an unusual and rather scatological poster campaign.
Plans have been lodged to turn a former bingo hall in Peterhead into a restaurant and a function room.
Work to crackdown on pesky gulls in a north-east town centre has begun.
The public have been given the chance to bid online for a piece of Scottish sporting history when a stump from Scotland’s historic cricket victory against England goes under the hammer to raise funds for motor neurone disease research.
More than 20 businesses have yet to pay into a levy meant to improve a north-east town.
Organisers of a north-east town’s Business Improvement District (BID) scheme have offered olive branch talks to objectors.
A host of new businesses have thrown their weight behind a £500,000 scheme to revamp the heart of the north-east’s biggest town.
In just a few weeks business owners in Peterhead will make their voices heard in a vote that could change the future of the port.
Entrepreneurs from the heart of the north-east’s biggest town will gather for a summit to discuss its future.
More than 90 businesses have pledged to support a new coalition to help resurrect the heart of Peterhead.
Nairnshire entrepreneurs are being urged to fling their weight behind a new initiative to boost the area's economy.
A leading Aberdeenshire town's business community will meet tomorrow to hear the new plans for a proposed Business Improvement District initiative.
Another Highland community is a step closer to establishing a business initiative, pioneered in Inverness, to boost trade.
North-east businessmen have welcomed the population boom as an opportunity to attract new customers.
Community groups across the north-east are being invited to apply for a share of a £104,000 cash pot.
Nairnshire is a step closer to operating its own "business improvement district" (Bid) scheme to generate new trade.
A leading Aberdeenshire town's business community convened last night to discuss the prospect of becoming a Business Improvement District.
A business initiative aiming to spread its wings across Inverness has been urged not to, by a city councillor.
Community leaders are weighing up the potential benefits of a business improvement district scheme in Nairn.