A former Royal Marine has set up a new organisation to help current and ex-service personnel deal with mental health issues.
A Houston business leader said yesterday that more Aberdeen oil service companies are planning to set up operations in the Texan city as the market improves.
A sex predator who targeted children more than three decades ago was jailed for eight years yesterday after claiming his victims were liars.
Lessons learned in the oil and gas industry – Return To Scene joins forces with Robert Gordon University
Lessons learned in the oil and gas industry will be shared with academics in a bid to develop new efficiency solutions for the construction and infrastructure sectors.
Carpetright shops in Grampian and the Highlands are under threat of closure after the retailer announced restructuring plans that will see it axe poorly performing stores.
Outer Hebrides golfers banned from playing on Sundays can swing away on the Sabbath behind their clubhouse
A legal probe has discovered that golfers in the Outer Hebrides who are banned from playing on Sundays can swing away on the Sabbath on the same landlord's land behind their clubhouse.
These twisted remains are all that are left of one of Scotland’s most heartbreaking losses of life.
We were desperate for a short break. A couple of days away for some peace and quiet to recharge the batteries. But where would we find somewhere that would give us a change of scenery and the opportunity to unwind?
From Wick to Inverurie, Stan Bradley spends his days driving.
The Aspey family are very well travelled, with wooden bookshelves filled to bursting with well-thumbed guidebooks for tropical locations around the globe.
Nowadays, mainstream makers must have a class-competitive portfolio of crossover models – and Peugeot is no different
The first model Peugeot offered in the crossover segment was the Qashqai-sized 3008, which turned out to be an unexpected sales success for the Gallic maker.
For many years, David and Janet Walker’s hearts were in the Highlands, and in the village of Golspie in particular...
The sports might be different but the script tends to follow a predictable pattern when it comes to rugby and cricket in Scotland.
Cryptocurrencies are all the rage at the moment. Ian Forsyth tries to decide if they are the future for finance . . . or a very big bubble that’s about to burst.
The evolution of technology continues to reshape the world as we know it, from accessing an app on your phone to remotely control your home heating, to using your mobile to pay for a coffee.
A research buoy used for monitoring ocean climate conditions in the sea close to a north Atlantic glacier has been found washed up in Sutherland.
Jordanne Atkin was having a back and neck massage during a pampering session when her gran Shelagh, a massage therapist, found a lump in her neck.
There is a distinctly cold wind blowing from the East. As we shiver under the latest icy blast from Siberia, we can at least be comforted by the knowledge that it will pass in a matter of days.
Academic David Northcroft tells Neil Drysdale of his quest to chronicle changing ways of life.
A north-east transport conservation group is toasting a significant boost to its future plans for expansion.
Technology has made it easier to communicate. But with a number of channels, it can leave communicators unsure which tool to use. PR professional Stevie Brown has five suggestions to ensure your key messages get through
Rebecca Buchan talks to three experts about some worse-case scenarios and what this means for consumers and businesses alike.
Many people will have seen or heard about the reduction in the level of Pension Lifetime Allowance.
Does the UK Government’s anti-corruption strategy go far enough or is it a missed opportunity?
The ways in which we do business and communicate are changing – ultrafast.
The community group bidding to buy Ulva has gained a massive boost with a £4.4million award from the Scottish Land Fund (SLF).
Harvey Aberdein: ‘Researchers have even described one of the robots as like a child, constantly asking questions’
The growth of technology and, more importantly, the pace at which it is impacting our daily lives is undoubtedly one of the big debates of our age.
Our small country’s ability to take knowledge and expertise from a broad spectrum of sectors onto a global stage is not new and it was this rich history, coupled with an appetite for international networking, that led to the creation of our Aberdeen-Houston Gateway.
If someone were to ask me now what I wanted to be when I grow up I would tell them I dream of being a travel blogger.
As one of Aberdeen’s original Wags, Edna Cadenhead is no stranger to a bit of glamour.
Technology: friend or foe? That question is increasingly being asked as the pace of technological development accelerates.
Malcolm Gunnyeon is a partner in Dentons’ dispute resolution team.