Police in the Western Isles are urging drivers to be aware of vulnerable road users, particularly horses.
An oil worker who tried to run down a man in his car before slamming a motor into the front of his house - causing £25,000 worth of damage - was today locked up.
Caithness police are carrying out inquiries after a man was found seriously injured at the bottom of cliffs near Thurso yesterday.
Oil giant Total has submitted a “final offer” to disgruntled workers in an attempt to halt further strikes on three of its North Sea rigs.
Aberdeen jobs are to be cut amid a global restructuring by helicopter operator Bristow. The Texas-based firm intends to reduce costs by 11.5% to meet “market demands”. Bristow is integrating various sections of its business, including fleet management, maintenance operations and global supply chain. To read more on Energy Voice, click here.
First Minister outlines discussions between Scottish and UK Government on mobile phone coverage on Scottish roads
Earlier this week the Highlands topped a British league of the region’s with the most road miles bereft of mobile phone coverage.
Jewellery believed to be worth in excess of £3,000 has been stolen from a shop on Beauly High Street.
People in Aberdeen and the north-east are being urged to be aware of counterfeit notes following recent reports of attempts to tender fake notes in the city.
Searches are continuing in the Brodie area of Moray today for missing Aberdeen man Wayne MacMillan.
Officers in Banff are appealing for information following a sneak-in theft from a property in Macduff.
Unite workers have “emphatically rejected” a pay offer from Total, which were aimed at averting further North Sea strikes.
Lochaber police are encouraging motorists to drive responsibly after concerns about the anti-social use of vehicles in Fort William town centre.
The SNP has called on the UK Government to ensure freedom of movement post-Brexit following a warning it could lead to the shutdown of North Sea platforms.
Oban lifeboat assisted in the rescue of two lost hill walkers on the Morven Peninsula last night.
Eight high-value electric bikes have been stolen from a shop in Ballater at the weekend.
Two men, aged 39 and 20, are expected to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court today following the recovery of crack cocaine valued at around £1,600.
Thirteen drivers have been charged in relation to speeding by police in Skye and Lochalsh, following a week-long safety campaign.
Lochaber police are carrying out inquiries after reports on social media referred to men in a van approaching children in the Caol area.
A driving instructor who sexually abused 14 of his young female students while they were behind the wheel of his car was today jailed for four years.
Four men have been arrested and charged in connection with a collision and subsequent disturbance reported on the A98 in Cullen yesterday.
Aberdeen Coastguard were called to assist an unwell crewman onboard a cargo vessel earlier today. Crews attended the incident after receiving a call at 11.55am. The crewman was taken in by the vessel’s own lifeboat and an ambulance was dispatched to assist. The condition of the individual is unknown.
Police have issued an appeal for information to trace a 45-year-old man reported missing from the Garthdee area of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen-headquartered Water Weights has been taken over by offshore services provider Unique Group.
Aberdeenshire woman enjoys first Cornish pasty after Greg James launches campaign to deliver it across the country
A Cornish pasty that has made a lengthy 675-mile journey across the UK today reached its final destination of Newmachar.
Game of Thrones star Aiden Gillen will join a line-up of musicians in Aberdeen for a tribute to the music of David Bowie.
Officers are appealing for information to help trace a 36-year-old woman reported missing from the Sheddocksley area of Aberdeen.
The Scottish Government is “reviewing” whether it will back calls for a full public inquiry into helicopter safety offshore.
Bosses at UK North Sea minnow Azinor Catalyst bosses say they “could have the next Buzzard” in their portfolio.
Creativity is being stifled at large oil companies by the “fixed mind-sets” of employees, industry chiefs said yesterday.
Digital technology pioneered in the Gulf of Mexico will soon be rolled out on BP facilities in the UK North Sea.
No sector deal also means no delivery of Vision 2035, a former North Sea chief will warn today in evidence to the Scottish affairs committee at Westminster.
Fire crews attended a blaze at Tofthills Farm in Kintore last night.