A national public body for theatres has backed the decision to spruce-up an iconic Aberdeen building - but said only the finest tradesmen should be used.
It promises to be one of the most evocative exhibitions being shown in the north east of Scotland this year.
Tesco is looking to launch a new store on the Granite City’s main thoroughfare - amid a growing row about the nature of shops being opened on the street.
By the time you read this, Christmas will be a distant memory.
A former book shop in Aberdeen could become a pound shop on the city’s Union Street.
A woman was left with serious injuries after being trapped under a sofa allegedly thrown from a property.
An Aberdeen woman is to be hauled before the courts again – after ignoring a legal order banning her from being in charge of dogs.
Plans to breathe new life into a former department store in Inverness have been showcased to the public for the first time.
Cars could be banned from several streets, new 20mph zones introduced and another bridge built across the River Dee under proposals to shake up transport in Aberdeen over the next 20 years.
A charity dedicated to helping some of Aberdeen's most vulnerable are stepping up their efforts again for winter.
Medieval figures carrying flaming torches had the Wow factor for hundreds of people in Aberdeen last night as part of the city’s Christmas lights switch-on parade.
A 27-year-old woman has been charged in connection with the alleged theft of money from a man on Union Street.
A group of volunteers who dedicate their spare time to feeding Aberdeen’s vulnerable people are organising a sleep-out to raise vital funds for the services they provide.
Aberdeen as it used to be: George Washington Wilson’s works will feature in new royal exhibition in 2020
They are snapshots from a bygone age: a time when trams ferried people round Aberdeen and steam trains passed the Denburn en-route to the many stations dotted across the north-east.
A 21-year-old man has been branded a "savage" and a "coward" by a sheriff after he admitted stamping on a stranger's head in Aberdeen city centre.
More than three-quarters of respondents want to see some form of pedestrianisation on Aberdeen’s Union Street, according to a P&J online poll.
We revealed today that leading Aberdeen retail bosses are calling for the urgent pedestrianisation of the city’s famous Union Street.
Leading Aberdeen retail bosses have called for the urgent pedestrianisation of the city’s famous Granite Mile.
Large parts of Aberdeen city centre were left in darkness last night and rail commuters faced delays after power cuts.
Parts of Aberdeen have been left in darkness after electricity outages.
A tourist has penned a damning letter to council bosses in Aberdeen over the state of pavements in the city centre.
They serve a large slice of heritage at The Esslemont, and very tasty it is, too.
An Italian restaurant forced to shut last year is to re-open with a new look this autumn.
Part of one of Aberdeen’s busiest streets was closed off to traffic at the weekend to enable a day of family-friendly entertainment to take place in an attempt to raise awareness of climate change.
A cafe, shop and five flats will soon take shape within a historic building in the heart of Union Street.
A plastic surgeon has been granted permission to transform an unused office building in Aberdeen into a clinic.
Staff at a city make-up store have criticised Union Square and claimed high rental costs are driving businesses out of Aberdeen.
A man has been charged following a pro-independence march in Aberdeen.
VIDEO: Charities, social enterprises and sports clubs parade down Union Street for Celebrate Aberdeen 2019
Thousands of charity workers, volunteers and supporters paraded through Aberdeen city centre this weekend to mark the work of the north-east's third sector and its unsung heroes.
Frankie Boyle talks Findhorn, Doric and Aberdeen in the 90s as he heads out on his first Scottish tour since 2008
Frankie Boyle is on his first Scottish tour since 2008 and is playing two nights at His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen.
Thousands of charity workers, volunteers and supporters will take parade through Aberdeen city centre this weekend.
Police are appealing for information after a woman was allegedly assaulted on Aberdeen's Union Street.