An all-out strike due to start tomorrow by north-east bus drivers has been suspended after First Aberdeen made a fresh offer.
Bus drivers have voted to down tools “indefinitely” in one of the most disruptive acts of industrial action to hit Aberdeen in recent history.
Strike action by Aberdeen bus drivers due to begin tomorrow has been suspended to allow a vote on a new offer.
Independent mediators have been called in with the hope of ending a looming “indefinite” bus strike in Aberdeen.
Crunch talks between union bosses and First Bus broke down yesterday - meaning a four-week-long strike is still expected to go ahead.