The tills of shopping centres in the north and north-east were jingling yesterday as customers rushed to get last-minute Christmas gifts.
People in rural parts of Scotland who choose to do their Christmas shopping online will pay more than £11 million "over the odds" in delivery fees.
A new initiative has been launched in Deeside, which encourages people to do their Christmas shopping whilst eating out in the region.
Why not change your festive habit and let someone else baste the turkey for a change? Are you always stressed out worrying about who to invite without offending anyone?
With Christmas Day just under two weeks away, the north's premier shopping centre is gearing up for one of their busiest weekends of the year.
With Christmas Day just under two weeks away, shopping centres in the north-east are gearing up for one of the busiest weekends of the year.
Enterprise Minister Fergus Ewing has urged businesses to sign up to a declaration to ensure people in rural areas are not paying high delivery costs.