The pound has surged to a two-year high against the euro on the Asian markets this morning as the result of the referendum became clear.
Voters in Aberdeen have delivered a resounding No to Scottish independence.
Police Scotland are investigating allegations of electoral fraud in Glasgow.
Andy Murray’s last minute backing for the Yes campaign handed Alex Salmond a surprise boost as the polls opened – it may also have come as a surprise to one of his main sponsors.
The Aberdeenshire count is underway.
We have been bombarded with referendum polls for weeks, with all but one showing that the No campaign will sneak a win.
Independent oil and gas explorer Hurricane Energy has announced that its Lancaster well West of Shetland could flow twice as much oil as previously expected.
The UK now has more breweries per head than any other country in the world – partly due to the craft beer revolutionin the north and north-east of Scotland.
Sir Ian Wood has made a fresh plea for Scots to reject independence next week – and launched a stinging attack on a report promising a new oil boom for Scotland.
A north-east businessman has become one of Scotland’s richest people after selling his company to a global supply-chain giant for £320million.
The long-awaited Aberdeen bypass will now be completed in 2017 ahead of schedule, the Press and Journal understands.
William Grant and Sons is the new owners of the Drambuie whisky liqueur brand.
Vital flights between Aberdeen and Heathrow Airport could be under threat amid fears Virgin is to axe its Little Red service after just 18 months.
Crucial air links between Aberdeen and London could be cut following reports that Virgin Atlantic is considering shutting its Little Red division.
A top fishing leader accused Alex Salmond of intimidation during a heated clash on what independence would mean for Scots skippers.
More than 160 people have been made redundant after historic Scottish farm supplier slipped into administration.
Top stock market analysts have backed Alex Salmond's claim that North Sea oil is a bonus rather than the backbone of an independent Scotland's economy.
The Swedish Navy is to use new technology developed by a north-east firm.
Dutch football legend Patrick Kluivert has applied to become manager of Ross County.
More than £1.5million has been spent breathing new life into a Moray holiday park looking to leave a series of scandals behind.
The Scottish Government has granted a controversial windfarm planned for Aberdeen Bay the final planning consent it needs.
A drinks giant with more than a dozen distilleries in the Moray, Aberdeenshire and the Highlands has announced plans to cut 900 jobs.
An Aberdeen restaurant boss who was wrongly extradited to Italy to face Mafia-related charges said last night that the case has ruined his life.
It may have caused a stir in Scotland, but the Commonwealth Games tartan has given a Moray firm an international boost.
A new European Union report has identified Aberdeen as a stronghold for Italy’s deadly Camorra mafia clan.
Outstanding debt of Scottish farms increased by 7% over the past year to £1.84billion.
The UK and Scottish governments will today unveil joint plans to open up lucrative new fish markets to north and north-east trawlermen affected by Russian sanctions.
Some of Scotland’s top executives have been shortlisted for this year’s IoD Director of the year Awards, to be held in London in October.
The number of Scots in employment has reached a record high after increasing to 2,594,000.
Passenger numbers increased at Scotland’s airports last month, with Aberdeen reporting a near 10% rise.
Oil firms were last night with withdrawing staff from Nigeria and Liberia after the World Health Organisation declared the Ebola outbreak to be an international public health emergency.
Ortak is to rise from the ashes and start over where it began – in Orkney.