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Law firm Balfour+Manson has promoted litigation expert Julie Clark-Spence to partner level. Ms Clark-Spence will run the Aberdeen office in Albyn Place, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.
A stalwart of the Highland farming community has been has been recognised in the Queen's birthday honours just months after retiring.
Businesses in the north and north-east are being targeted by a computer virus which could rob them of up to £1,000 a minute.
Inverness is once more to have an air link with Dublin.
The first phase of work to create a thriving new business community has been completed in Dyce, Aberdeen.
Campaigners on either side of the Scottish independence debate have failed to get their messages across to small businesses, a new survey has shown.
Scotland might not have qualified for the World Cup but firms across the country remain on course for a food and drinks boost.
Law firm Pinsent Masons has beefed up its property team in Aberdeen with several new appointments.
Flybe has reported its first pre-tax profit in four years - with the airline announcing a 40 per cent increase in seats from Aberdeen International Airport.
The UK fisheries minister has insisted Scottish interests are always to the fore during EU negotiations.
An Aberdeen consultancy has predicted a 25% growth in turnover as it marks its 20th year.
Stromness is set to get a bigger Co-op food store after the group agreed plans with Orkney Islands Council.
The UK Government’s penny-pinching is costing the oil and gas industry “vast potential for the future”, claims the Scottish First Minister. Video and full story on Energy Voice.
A major milestone in the construction of the long-awaited Aberdeen bypass has been reached with the announcement of the preferred bidder.
Air accident investigators have made a number of fresh safety recommendations after finalising a joint report into two offshore helicopter ditchings in 2012.
The collapse of a deal to attract 126 jobs to Inverness does not reflect a dimming of the Highlands' attractiveness to international investors, a north MP has claimed.
The death of a young saturation diver who was killed while carrying out a routine job hundreds of feet underwater remains a mystery, a sheriff has ruled. Russell Robinson died on October 30, 2011, while working on Premier Oil’s Balmoral floating production vessel in the North Sea. Full story on Energy Voice.
Highland MP Danny Alexander has welcomed the creation of 17 new IT jobs in Inverness.
The arrival of two emergency rescue vessels in Stonehaven later this month will signal the launch of new courses at the town's Marine Training Academy (MTA).
An American firm has shelved its plans to come to Inverness with the promise of more than 120 jobs.
An Aberdeenshire butcher has teamed up with a local Deeside brewery to produce a limited-edition beer burger.
The boss of a leading Moray firm who was confined to a wheelchair following a near-fatal accident is halfway through a global cycle challenge.
Plans to bury a massive power line beneath rural Aberdeenshire as part of an offshore windfarm project will be unveiled to the public this week.
The recent Budget included proposals to dramatically alter the pensions landscape.
Aberdeen and Inverness witnessed overseas tourist booms last year, new figures have revealed.
Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. This time we speak to Clare Singer, owner of Fairytale Events in Aberdeen
Tourism chiefs have hailed a marketing drive to lure more Germans to the north-east a success.
Business leaders are calling on government to end decades of inaction and "stem the haemorrhaging" of flight links from Inverness and Aberdeen.
Milne High School in Fochabers was the destination for the latest event in the popular Seafood in Schools programme.
A young dad who died while hundreds of feet underwater had complained that the equipment around his neck was too tight before embarking on a dive, a court heard yesterday.
FAI hears diver’s equipment too tight http://t.co/XlgxeGPjsq — Energy Voice (@EnergyVoiceNews) June 6, 2014