More than 1,100 military families in the north have been affected by the Carillion collapse.
More than 120 “rip-off” companies have been reported by Moray MSP Richard Lochhead as part of a campaign to end unfair delivery charges.
People who have fallen victim to “crack cocaine gambling” have been urged to speak out.
Scottish Conservatives are set for crisis talks with a Treasury minister over plans by taxpayer-owned RBS to axe dozens of bank branches.
It is now eight years since RBS promised not to close branches when they were “the last in town”.
RBS chiefs have revealed the bank has spent more on one year of rugby sponsorship than it hopes to save by axing 62 branches across Scotland.
RBS has slashed its network of branches by 70% in the past five years, according to new figures submitted to Westminster’s Scottish affairs committee.
Calls have been made for the UK Government to include Aberdeen University in an immigration pilot to ease visa rules for postgraduates.
Time is running out to prevent a catastrophic extreme Brexit.
Plans to axe more than 60 RBS branches across Scotland have been condemned as “absolutely sickening” by Western Isles MP Angus MacNeil.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said Brexit devolution talks to make changes to the current Brexit bill will “intensify” between the UK and Scottish governments.
A promise to amend the Brexit deal around the repatriation of powers to devolved governments has been broken by Scottish Secretary David Mundell.
A meeting between north-east Conservatives and a Treasury minister on RBS bank closures was scuppered by the cabinet reshuffle.
Donald Trump has been described as “a semi-literate child” by an aide, according to journalist Michael Wolff in his book the Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.
Growing up in Sanday in the late 70s and 80s, I well remember the MV Orcadia steaming into Kettletoft on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
A new report has highlighted that no child bereavement counsellors, to support parents who have lost a child, are employed at any health boards in the north of Scotland.
A secondary school has advertised six times for an English teacher in the last six months, prompting fresh claims the government is presiding over a “crisis” in education.
Nearly 900 teaching jobs in the north of Scotland have had to be re-advertised since 2014.
Theresa May visited Wokingham yesterday to promote her new policy of giving most first-time buyers assistance in getting on the property ladder.
A Scottish MP is at the heart of plans to relaunch a UK-wide Conservative Party youth branch.
Conservative MP Andrew Bowie has claimed he pulled out of the race to be the next rector of Aberdeen University - because he was worried he might win.
Conservative MP Andrew Bowie said RBS should be ashamed.
It’s hard to be sure of the precise moment when a high street dies.
An early day motion to halt rural bank closures will be tabled in the Commons by Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP Jamie Stone.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has today backed the Press and Journal’s Save Our Banks campaign.
It would be cheaper to fly home than get Christmas gifts delivered to family in Moray due to outrageous delivery charges, MPs have heard.
RBS has denied using misleading figures to justify hundreds of bank closures across the UK and 62 in Scotland.
De facto Deputy Prime Minister Damian Green has been forced to resign by Prime Minister Theresa May over sleaze allegations.
A fisheries chief has outlined how a bespoke visa system is needed for the fishing industry following Brexit.
“Rip-off” delivery charges will be debated at Westminster next week as pressure grows on the UK Government to take action.
Ministers have disagreed over whether any progress has been made in the latest devolved nations’ Brexit negotiations.
Fewer than one in five students from the Banff and Buchan and Aberdeen North constituencies secure places on university courses, it emerged yesterday.