An Aberdeen hotel that closed its doors at the start of the year due to the oil downturn will reopen under a new owner.
Developers behind historic plans for 280 news homes, hotel conference centre, holiday accommodation, golf course and equestrian centre at Blairs want more time before they begin the project.
An Aberdeen hotel has closed its doors – with “difficult trading conditions” due to the oil and gas downturn blamed.
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You can’t help but spot a supercar, its sleek prowess cruising along the road with a throaty roar which just seems to magically part the surrounding traffic.
Losses widened at Eastern Airways as the impact of oil downturn and Brexit hurt the regional airline.
Around 1,400 onshore jobs in oil and gas based in Aberdeen are expected to be lost in the next three years, according to a new report.
An Aberdeen foodbank has said it is still supporting “casualties” of the oil and gas downturn.
More businesses failed in the north-east than any other part of Scotland last year.
The Granite City is seeing “more and more cases” of former oil and gas workers reporting money woes, a homeless charity boss has said.
Falling house values and sales have wiped £85 million off the north-east property market over the first half of this year– but property experts believe the region could avoid the national trend and improve in the next quarter.
Economic recovery in the north-east is reflected in the latest figures for Scottish commercial property sales, an expert said yesterday.
The population of the north-east fell last year after more than 20,000 people moved away and far fewer arrived to make the region their home.
An Aberdeen Olympian with a rare learning disability, who lost his job amid the oil downturn, has issued a "desperate" plea to find work.
A business leader has claimed that a “natural cull” among Aberdeen city centre firms may be under way due to the oil industry downturn.
A food bank had to turn desperate people away after running out of supplies amid unprecedented demand.
The oil industry downturn has resulted in an increase in the number of people applying to become police officers, a top cop has claimed.
The University and College Union (UCU) has warned that cutting staff numbers at Robert Gordon University will threaten teaching quality and undermine efforts to recruit more students.