The start of a new financial year always provides a good opportunity to reflect on the previous year, take stock and plan ahead.
A multimillion-pound investment supported by £1.6 million of EU and Scottish Government funding is to safeguard hundreds of jobs and create more than 40 new roles at a meat processing factory in Portlethen.
The Scottish Government is set to turn the tide on a previously defunct £10 million marine energy scheme.
The north-east's largest town has been injected with £305million of funding since 2017, new figures show.
Plans to keep an underwater training and dive centre as a going concern are over after a £3 million business plan has fallen through, according to the businessman behind it.
The 750th new council build in the Highlands since 2010 occurred this week as the Scottish Government’s minister for local government, housing and planning Kevin Stewart visited the Inverness housing development.
A new distribution centre to serve Co-op stores in the north is due to open next month after a £6million investment by the retailer.
Spirit Energy expects to bring another 50 billion cubic feet of gas on stream at one of its North Sea fields after sanctioning a £75million investment in a new well.
Shell revealed today that it had taken a final investment decision (FID) on the redevelopment of the Penguins area in the UK North Sea.
A total of £2.2billion will be invested in development projects across the north-east in the next three years.
Cash-strapped NHS Grampian's coffers have been boosted by Brexit.
Location, location, location. Three small words that can transform your property investment decision, says Belvoir. Belvoir Aberdeen’s advice for helping to decide the best location for a property investment includes:
POLL: Bold new vision for Union Square is revealed with the public asked to have their say on designs
This is how Union Square could look in the future - with the public to have their say on the design for the bigger, better shopping mall.
The company which took over three major hotels in Lochaber and Oban has revealed plans to invest £5million in them over the next five years.
Economic uncertainty has been a byword for industry in the UK ever since the crash.