Around 4,500 workers have been warned their jobs are at risk, with Tesco planning a fresh round of redundancies.
Many primary school age children say they have never visited traditional high street shops such as the butcher’s or greengrocer’s, a survey has found.
Now that Holly Willoughby is on her summer holiday and won’t be gracing our screens alongside Philip Schofield each morning, fans won’t be able to pore over the stylish star’s on-screen outfits for a while.
Denim brand Levi's has announced it will open a standalone store in Aberdeen.
Retail sales in Scotland dropped last month in what have been described as “somewhat bruising figures”.
Footfall at the UK’s shopping hubs plummeted last month, making it the weakest May for six years as destinations struggled to attract visitors in the tepid weather.
The number of high street retail jobs fell in every region of England, Scotland and Wales except for London between 2012 and 2017, figures show.
Bargain-hunters looking forward to bank holiday markets and car boot sales have been warned to avoid fake or shoddy goods that could be harmful or leave them out of pocket.
Using a mobile phone on a trip to the supermarket pushes up shopping bills by 41% on average, a study has found.
Discount chain Savers has submitted plans to open a new store in Aberdeen city centre.
Police were called to an Aberdeen shopping centre this afternoon after youths were seen cycling around indoors.
An Aberdeen man said he was forced to turn to a life of crime after changes to his benefits left him with no money.
Struggling department store chain Debenhams has issued another profit warning as its sales continue to fall.
Shop workers took to the streets of Aberdeen at the weekend calling for more support to be given to the ailing retail sector.
Scottish retailers have reported the worst December sales figures in 20 years, highlighting continuing woes on the nation’s high streets .
As tens of thousands of people hit the high street today in search of Boxing Day bargains, The Press and Journal can reveal the best places to park in the city.
Moray shoppers have been urged to buy presents and products locally instead of online or risk losing their bustling high streets.
More than 20 trade organisations have joined forces in an attempt to persuade Scottish Finance Secretary Derek Mackay to ditch plans for a new out-of-town business rates levy.
When you are shopping in Aberdeenshire there is only one destination – Celebrations of Turriff. This family-run department store in Turriff in the heart of Aberdeenshire offers everything you could imagine under one roof, bringing you a shopping experience you will never forget.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has met with the Small Business and Consumer Protection Minister at Westminster to advance a campaign against “rip-off” delivery charges imposed on customers in the north of Scotland.
The UK’s leading supermarkets may still gobble up much of our spending, but “buy local” campaigns are gathering momentum and helping an army of food and drink producers around the country to survive and thrive.
Inverness city centre poised for multi-million pound transformation of shopping centre and rail station
The heart of Inverness is poised for a multi-million pound transformation in the coming months that will bring a “significant” jobs boom.
All of the Homebase branches in Aberdeen and Inverness have been earmarked for closure following a "significant" decline in performance.
The Victorian Market in Inverness has opened its doors for the first weekend of the summer season.
An Aberdeen Toys R Us store is set to remain open until further notice.
GALLERY: Check out these artist impressions of a proposed revamp of the Eastgate Shopping Centre in Inverness
A major revamp of the Eastgate Shopping Centre in Inverness is set to bring dozens of new jobs.
Police patrols aimed at preventing retail crime during the festive period has led to a significant reduction in shoplifting in the area.
If you’re always turning to your wallet when you’re feeling bored, stressed or happy, you could be an emotional spender.
The sleigh bells are almost ringing and it’s time to start the Christmas shopping.
Nearly two-thirds of Scots worry about their credit or debit card details being stolen while they shop online, new research has found.
It’s that time of year again when people prepare to roll up their sleeves and take part in shopping frenzies such as Black Friday.
A new furniture shop on the outskirts of Elgin has been approved by Moray Council, despite fears the development could spell disaster for the town centre.