A Scottish engineering and construction firm has completed work for a project 8,000 miles away – its most far-flung contract to date.
A partner in the Aberdeen headquarters of Johnston Carmichael (JC) has been promoted to head up the accountancy firm’s 20-strong corporate finance team.
Troubled subprime lender Provident Financial has announced the death of its executive chairman, four months after she took up the role.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has accused the Tories of subjecting Jeremy Corbyn to “derision and abuse” following Philip Hammond’s Budget speech.
The company which owns a hotel beside Royal Dornoch golf course has backed the controversial Coul Links proposals - and announced plans for a £1 million hotel extension.
The Scottish Government has been urged to do more to protect vulnerable communities from flooding.
A walker has been rescued in dark and snowy conditions after becoming lost and disoriented in the hills.
Christmas has come early for a teenager whose desperate wish for a new liver has finally been granted.
A group of travellers based in the north-east say they want to work with the council to secure the “best solution possible” for their future.
Aberdeen FC’s chairman has said the club are “quietly confident” that their £50million stadium dream will be approved by councillors next year.
What the papers say
Former West Ham boss Slaven Bilic turned down the chance to replace Tony Pulis at West Brom, the Daily Mail claims. Bilic left West Ham in November and was approached by Baggies owner Guochuan Lai about the vacant position at the Hawthorns, but said he thought it was too soon to return to football, the paper says.
CCTV of a moped gang smashing their way into a mobile phone shop in a spree of raids has been released by police.
A major search for a missing Applecross fisherman has been called off, three days after his empty boat was found on rocks.
Women are notoriously tough to buy for – but there are so many gorgeous gifts to choose from this year, it should be easy to find something.
An ambulance and paramedic crew will be located at Elgin’s fire station due to a shortage of space at their own base.
The last asylum seekers have abandoned a closed immigration camp on Papua New Guinea, ending a three-week standoff between police and the hundreds of men who had remained there.
Dak Prescott threw a pair of interceptions – after getting picked off three times last week – as the Dallas Cowboys lost 28-6 to the Los Angeles Chargers.
A photographer claims his life has been made “hell” after he was accused of holding a nude photoshoot in a north-east castle without the owner’s permission.
Ireland is facing the prospect of a winter general election as a row over the deputy premier’s future threatens to torpedo the parliamentary deal keeping the minority government afloat.
Black Friday has kicked off the predicted biggest ever weekend of shopping in the UK with consumers expected to spend almost £8 billion on deals over the next four days.