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Rising business rates will be more damaging to the north-east oil and gas industry than Brexit, it was claimed last night.
The year is 2010. Donald Trump is whistling through Aberdeen like the north wind, blowing all and sundry to one side or another as he goes.
A new phrase was coined by the head of Highlands and Islands Enterprise last week to describe the region’s most pressing problem.
The boss of Britain’s advertising watchdog has vowed to “put a lid” on false delivery charge claims as he hailed the success of a recent crackdown.
Council apologises to residents after homes on picturesque Aberdeen street surrounded by mounds of earth
Council chiefs have apologised to residents of an Aberdeen street surrounded by massive mounds of earth for not providing adequate information ahead of the development.
A Scottish Government minister has warned the SPFL to ensure there is no repeat of the League Cup semi-final fiasco as hopes were raised of a breakthrough last night.
Council leaders across the north and north-east yesterday welcomed the First Minister’s announcement that she will hold a consultation on a national tourist tax.
Court officials have fixed dates for Alex Salmond’s legal action against the Scottish Government over its handling of sexual misconduct complaints against him.
A new alloy wheel production plant in Fort William could help secure the UK’s car manufacturing industry after Brexit, it has been claimed.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has been criticised for refusing to meet a north-east campaign group battling for improved services for sufferers of a rare skin condition.
A north-east MSP spent almost £1,200 on meals in Edinburgh hotels last year, while another forked out £4,350 on postage stamps.
A north-east MSP has called for clarity on the future of fish workers and farmers post-Brexit.
Nicola Sturgeon has signalled that the Scottish Government could perform a U-turn and grant councils the power to levy a “tourist tax”.
Aberdeenshire Council has become the first authority in Scotland to formally discuss and support a further Brexit referendum.
The boss of the firm which owns CalMac ferries and harbours around the country has said that current investment levels are less than half of the amount required.
Live music venues have moved a major step closer to securing more legal protections against new housing developments.
A Scottish Government minister has vowed to ask the operators of a new steam train called “The Aberdonian” why Aberdonians can not get on board.
MSPs have been told that Brexit it is the “biggest challenge” facing the Highlands and islands – and that it could jeopardise the booming tourism and food and drink sectors.
Crime in Aberdeen, Shetland and the Western Isles has plummeted by 12% in the last year – the biggest reductions in Scotland.
Concerns have been raised after new figures exposed a “vast disparity” in the number of classroom assistants in schools across Scotland.
A police probe into allegations of sexual misconduct against Alex Salmond will span a 20 month period of his career, it emerged yesterday.
Hundreds gathered in the centre of Aberdeen yesterday to show their support for a second independence referendum.
New research has shown that whisky production levels reduce when taxes are hiked up by the government.
Theresa May has sent a warning to the EU, saying the organisation and the UK remain a "long way apart" in Brexit negotiations.
The Scottish Government has notified court officials it intends to contest Alex Salmond’s legal action over its handling of sexual harassment allegations made against him.
Aberdeenshire Council will become the first authority in Scotland to formally discuss another Brexit referendum next week.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has been urged to order a review into the way it serves rural communities as MSPs joined forces to condemn bank branch closures yesterday.
An inquiry into the “jobs for the boys” controversy at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen will get under way this week.
Councillors have certainly been reading their newspapers over the summer, with rows at yesterday’s meeting on the hot topics of Brexit and sexism.
Residents in remote communities in Scotland have been told they should work longer into their old age rather than relying on immigration to boost fragile populations.
A leading academic has told MSPs that a cut in school subject choice in many areas has created a “postcode lottery” for pupils.
RAF Lossiemouth could be used as a key bargaining tool to secure Nato membership for an independent Scotland, it has been claimed.