A man has been charged in connection with drugs offences after a significant amount of herbal cannabis and cocaine were seized in Lerwick.
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Bosses at commercial property consultancy FG Burnett have toasted a successful year, with the firm at the heart of a third of all office deals in Aberdeen during 2019.
One of the north-east’s top deal makers will address the future of the region’s mergers and acquisitions market at a P&J event next month.
Caledonian Sleeper operator Serco is in “sit and watch” mode as a battle looms over ScotRail, the outsourcing giant’s boss said.
A former contracts specialist who has published a North Sea-based novel said she “just bought a laptop and started writing” after quitting her job in the wake of the oil downturn.
The Aberdeen-based accountants and business advisers Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) completed a record 70 transactions, with a total value of more than £500 million, last year.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Craig Middleton, founder of north beer-maker Cromarty Brewing Company.
A former Aberdeen oil and gas engineer was named among the UK victims of the tragic Ukrainian International Airlines crash in Iran yesterday.
Shetland’s tourism industry has reiterated its opposition to the introduction of a local tourism tax.
Oil major BP has struck a deal to sell its stakes in the Andrew area in the central North Sea to Premier Oil. BP will also divest its non-operating interest in the Shearwater field to Premier. >> Read more on Energy Voice here <<
An award-winning designer is looking forward to seeing her creations hit more shops across Europe, New York and London this year.
Each week we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Tess Day, who owns and runs Aberdeen-based life coaching business Mindblox
The biotechnology firm NovaBiotics opened a new laboratory in Aberdeen as it prepares for the next key phase in its growth.
A building that just a few years ago was at the heart of plans for a major regeneration project in Aberdeen is changing hands as part of a £65 million property deal.
An Aberdeen-headquartered oil and gas consultancy is heading towards a decade in business with continued growth and industry recognition.
Johnston Carmichael (JC) boss Andrew Walker expects Brexit and the UK Government’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) ambitions to keep his growing team busy next year.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Keith Martin, managing director of Strathpeffer-based project management consultancy iPAc.
Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. Here we speak to Moray-based retailer Laura Hanson, owner of Babalu gift shop in Forres
The company that runs the exclusive Carnegie Club resort at Skibo Castle, near Dornoch, has seen a significant rise in revenues and profits over the last year.
Score group is to be sold to a private equity firm for £120 million.
Two Aberdeen streets have been named among the most expensive in the country, while the Granite City has been recognised as the wealthiest region in the UK.
A giant Shetland wind project has renewed its commitment to push on with construction, as a fresh proposal to connect the island to the mainland was approved by officials yesterday.
International offshore drilling equipment and maintenance firm RigQuip is relocating its Aberdeen headquarters.
A service between Inverness and East Midlands Airport, launched less than four months ago, has been axed by operator Loganair.
2020 course bookings are now being taken as the UK’s largest energy sector trainers release a record number of course dates to give companies greater choice and help with training planning.
Bomb disposal experts were called in after a suspicious package was found on an offshore platform near the Fife coast.
New funding has been announced to create “digital communities” among rural firms in Scotland.
Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. Here we speak to Brodie Nairn, director of Tain-based companies Glasstorm and North Coast Glass
North-east food ingredients manufacturer Macphie has reported an “encouraging year” during what the firm described as a time of uncertaintly in global markets.
A US oil firm with a large North Sea operation has confirmed plans to reduce its global headcount by 10-15%.
A Dundee tech firm hopes to almost double its city workforce after receiving a £4.8 million investment.
An Aberdeen-based creative firm has scooped the agency of the year title at the Scottish Tech Startup Awards.