Administrators appointed to a world-leading Highland subsea training centre last night said they were doing everything in their power to help students left thousands of pounds out of pocket by its collapse.
Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina. Well, it’s safe to say on this occasion I, for once, didn’t cry during last night’s performance at HM Theatre.
A world-leading Highland subsea training base has been placed into administration putting around 50 jobs at risk.
CYBG’s £1.7 billion takeover of Virgin Money has been formally completed, marking one of the first major banking deals since the financial crisis.
An Aberdeen business has won an award for the best children’s activity in the UK.
Scottish law firm Shepherd Wedderburn has almost doubled the number of deals completed in the last financial year, thanks to major north-east projects.
Music is magical. It makes time travellers of us all.
A barber plans to expand his Aberdeen business into a UK-wide operation.
Guests at this year’s Energy Snow Ball will be sure to have the look of love as Eighties chart-toppers ABC take to the stage.
Scottish spirits could soon have the same protection as whisky under new proposals mooted by a newly launched trade body.
You know it’s a loyal crowd when the singer has to stop to allow the audience to chant the band’s name back at them.
Pension obligations has seen losses soar at publicly-owned airport operator Highlands and Islands Airports (Hial).
If you’re looking for a lorra, lorra laughs and a few surprise surprises, you’d best head down to HM Theatre this week to catch the hit musical Cilla.
Having spent a week in New York, as we pulled out of Penn Station on a sunny New York morning we were ready to start the next part of our east-coast adventure.
Planes, trains and automobiles. Well, mainly buses but there’s a benefit to that, which I’ll explain later.
Trade union Unite has agreed an improved pay deal from French oil giant Total concerning staff working at Shetland Gas Plant.
Life on board a North Sea oil platform can now be explored from the comfort of your sofa as the world’s first Google Street View tour of an offshore installation has been launched.
Johnston Carmichael has announced the appointment of its new head of VAT.
Sky is expected to report a rebound in profits this week, helping to maintain its appeal as a takeover target as 21st Century Fox and Comcast continue their bidding war.
Economists have said Philip Hammond may have room to manoeuvre in his Autumn Budget after figures showed public sector borrowing fell in June.
Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm has started generating power for the first time.
North-east tourism bosses have thrown their weight behind a campaign to promote the long-awaited Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR).
My name is Rebecca and I am a holiday-o-holic. Ask anyone and they will tell you I am only happy when planning a holiday, heading abroad or booking my next adventure.
Major oil and gas operators may withdraw from less profitable parts of the North Sea over the next year but that shouldn’t be viewed as a bad move, according to one of the industry’s leading economists.
After 50 years at the helm of Overton Vehicle Dismantlers, Sandy Dalgarno will let someone new take the wheel
After 50 years of leading the field of vehicle recycling, well-known north-east entrepreneur Sandy Dalgarno is to retire to spend more time with his three loves – his wife, family and classic motors.
A former oil and gas HR adviser has teamed up with an Aberdeen business to launch her own pop-up shop hiring out designer dresses.
Questions need to be raised over why lessons from Piper Alpha have not been put into practice elsewhere to help prevent tragedies like the Grenfell disaster.
If you are in the mood for a massive burst of nostalgia, double denim, shell suits, leg warmers and Lycra, Flashdance is the show for you.
As the former chief executive of FTSE 100 firms Rentokil and Unilever’s China and Taiwan operations, Alan Brown is more than familiar with challenges.
It may be the French translation of Smith, but Lefevre is anything but a common name in the north-east. So much so that when you utter it there is only one thought that springs to mind – Frankie.
The oil and gas industry has been a male-dominated environment for the last 40 years.
A north-east woman who was made redundant from oil and gas recruitment has set about turning her hobby into a lucrative business.