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Aberdeen sweet shop faces rising costs as new report highlights high street woes

An independent retailer has ambitions to grow the business desite facing challenging times on the high street and a major rise in costs next year which could see her on the hunt for new premises. Lynne McIntyre, owner of Dizzy’s Sweets on Aberdeen’s George Street, is a highly experienced retailer and also ran a evening wear and ballgown shop which closed during the Covid lockdowns.

pressandjournal.co.uk ,  5 hours ago 0
Aberdeen sweet shop faces rising costs as new report highlights high street woes

Slains Castle regulars horrified at plans to turn Aberdeen’s spooky pub into ‘posh’ cocktail bar

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Slains Castle regulars horrified at plans to turn Aberdeen’s spooky pub into ‘posh’ cocktail bar

‘I did what everyone else would have done’: Aberdeen man saves girl, 9, from drowning in Loch Lee

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pressandjournal.co.uk ,  6 hours ago 1
‘I did what everyone else would have done’: Aberdeen man saves girl, 9, from drowning in Loch Lee

Amey takes over management of north-east trunk roads from Bear

Amey’s new highway team has taken over the maintenance of north-east roads from Bear Scotland to ensure “consistent, predictable, and reliable journeys”. The Transport Scotland contract, estimated at around £540 million, will run for eight years with the potential to extend for a further four years.

pressandjournal.co.uk ,  10 hours ago 0
Amey takes over management of north-east trunk roads from Bear

BA flight from Aberdeen cancelled after baggage handling vehicle strikes plane

A British Airways flight from Aberdeen to London was cancelled after a ground vehicle hit the aircraft. The flight from Aberdeen airport to London Heathrow was cancelled on Monday evening, August 15. Facing delays from earlier disruptions at the airport, passengers found out once onboard the plane that it had been struck and dented by a baggage handling vehicle.

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BA flight from Aberdeen cancelled after baggage handling vehicle strikes plane

Tory leadership contest: Scotland has felt like an afterthought, but tonight it will be the focus

The candidates to be the next prime minister have been touring Scotland’s north-east ahead of a hustings for party members in Perth. Lis Truss visited the BenRiach distillery near Elgin, where she spoke to the media and enjoyed a dram with Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross, before heading to an event in Aberdeen.

scotsman.com ,  11 hours ago 2
Tory leadership contest: Scotland has felt like an afterthought, but tonight it will be the focus

Missing 15-year-old boy Bryan Mitchell could be in Aberdeen

A missing 15-year-old boy from Paisley could be in Aberdeen. Police have appealed for information in tracking down Bryan Mitchell who has gone missing from the central belt town. He was last seen at 10am on Sunday, August 14. Bryan is known to have links to the Aberdeen and Dundee areas.

pressandjournal.co.uk ,  14 hours ago 5
Missing 15-year-old boy Bryan Mitchell could be in Aberdeen

Watch: Peterhead RNLI rush to unwell mariner on Friday, August 12

NEW footage shows Peterhead RNLI staff extracting an unwell mariner from an off-shore supply vessel. The extraction, which happened on Friday August 12, began when Aberdeen Coastguard contacted the Peterhead RNLI informing them that a seaman was ill on the vessel's bridge. Aberdeen's coastguard asked Peterhead RNLI to deploy their all-weather lifeboat (ALB) to help the stricken man.

grampianonline.co.uk ,  17 hours ago 3
Watch: Peterhead RNLI rush to unwell mariner on Friday, August 12

Lifting of ‘bullying bishop’ suspension is condemned

The move to overturn a decision to suspend Scotland’s first woman bishop was not backed by church rules, a senior cleric has claimed. The Rt Rev Anne Dyer, the bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney, is mired in a bullying scandal and was temporarily removed from her post last Wednesday after the Scottish Episcopal Church received two formal complaints of alleged misconduct.

thetimes.co.uk ,  1 day ago 5
Lifting of ‘bullying bishop’ suspension is condemned

Lifesavers on land and sea: Coastguard celebrates 200 years of saving lives aboard Aberdeen ferry

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Lifesavers on land and sea: Coastguard celebrates 200 years of saving lives aboard Aberdeen ferry

Aberdeen confirm appointment of Dimitrios Efstathiou to Pittodrie board

ABERDEEN have confirmed that the vice president of Soccer Operations and Strategy with Atlanta United will join the club's board, following the resignation of Darren Eales due to his move to Newcastle United. Dimitrios Efstathiou will replace Eales as Atlanta United’s representative on the Dons board.

www-tmp.thenational.scot ,  1 day ago 2
Aberdeen confirm appointment of Dimitrios Efstathiou to Pittodrie board

More travel woe as Aberdeen airport suspends flights for four hours

All flights to and from Aberdeen airport were suspended for over four hours today (Monday), causing disruption to passengers. The airport stopped all flights at around 11.30am, saying they needed to carry out “unscheduled maintenance work”. It announced at around 3.50pm that flights had resumed.

shetlandtimes.co.uk ,  1 day ago 5
More travel woe as Aberdeen airport suspends flights for four hours

Tui passengers left overnight in Tenerife after Aberdeen flight cancelled

A flight from Tenerife to Aberdeen Airport has been cancelled, causing passengers to be left in Spain overnight. The airline Tui has said this was because the crew was outside their mandatory working hours and needed a break. But the company said they provided accommodation and transfers for all Tenerife customers on Sunday night.

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Tui passengers left overnight in Tenerife after Aberdeen flight cancelled

SPFL respond to £50million per year revenue target by Premiership clubs and welcome new era of Scottish football

SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP clubs reckon the SPFL should be aiming for £50million A YEAR in revenue by 2029. And in a response to an independent review organised by four top flight clubs - league chiefs welcomed the findings over increasing revenue. Hearts, Hibs, Aberdeen and Dundee United commissioned the report along with recently relegated Dundee.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  1 day ago 0
SPFL respond to £50million per year revenue target by Premiership clubs and welcome new era of Scottish football

Ambitious Scottish Premiership clubs aim to secure major financial boost by hitting £50 million in yearly distributable income by 2029

Ambitious Scottish Premiership clubs hope to almost double distributable annual income to £50 million by 2029. Scottish football is set for a ‘new era’ believe the Premiership clubs who commissioned an independent review into the SPFL. The five member clubs, including Aberdeen, today welcomed an action plan that will almost double distributable income from £28.4 million to £50 million by 2029.

pressandjournal.co.uk ,  1 day ago 0
Ambitious Scottish Premiership clubs aim to secure major financial boost by hitting £50 million in yearly distributable income by 2029

Aberdeen woman’s unpredictable condition that leaves her in ‘excruciating’ pain

For 33 years, Frances McCormick has suffered regular spells of excruciating pain which often leave her in hospital for weeks at a time. The Aberdeen admin officer, originally from Nigeria, was diagnosed with sickle cell anaemia when she was just six months old – and it’s taken a major toll on her life.

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Aberdeen woman’s unpredictable condition that leaves her in ‘excruciating’ pain

Scots wife-killer back in high security after hospital knife attack just before release

Cumming, who stabbed his wife 36 times in a frenzied attack, was sent back to closed conditions last week from the low-security Royal Cornhill Hospital in Aberdeen. Wife-killer Neil Cumming is back in high security after he tried to stab a fellow patient with a cutlery knife just before he was due to be freed.

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Scots wife-killer back in high security after hospital knife attack just before release

Kelle Roos forced out his comfort zone as Aberdeen slip up against Motherwell

With Aberdeen a goal behind and the clock ticking towards the end of the six minutes that had been added on by the officials, their goalkeeper Kelle Roos set off up the park in an ambitious, and ultimately doomed, attempt to force a last-ditch equaliser. It is not a situation that the Dutch custodian wants to find himself in too often.

thetimes.co.uk ,  2 days ago 0
Kelle Roos forced out his comfort zone as Aberdeen slip up against Motherwell