Core funding for north-east councils has been cut by the equivalent of £100,000-a-day, the Scottish Conservatives have claimed.
A politician yesterday called for former factory bosses to be drafted in to give advice on saving the threatened paper mill from closure.
Money raised by the Scottish Government’s Stamp Duty replacement has fallen in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
Parents have accused Aberdeenshire Council of putting their children at risk following a fire sparked by construction work.
Theresa May has declared access to UK fishing waters will not be traded away to EU states amid accusations her proposed Brexit deal is “another Tory sell-out” of the industry.
Widening tax gap could see higher-earners declaring their income south of the border, Sturgeon warned
Nicola Sturgeon has been warned the widening tax gap between Scotland and the rest of the UK risks higher-earners declaring their income south of the border.
Rising business rates will be more damaging to the north-east oil and gas industry than Brexit, it was claimed last night.
An Aberdeenshire MP has said a public inquiry into offshore helicopter travel is “not necessary” amid union concerns over safety.
Plans to improve train journeys between Aberdeen and the south of England have been shelved amid a massive review of the UK’s rail industry.
Staff shortages caused chaos for train passengers as Scotrail had to scrap services across the north and north-east yesterday morning.
Battle lines have been drawn over multimillion pound plans to build 500 homes at Donald Trump’s Aberdeenshire golf course.
A retired banker has called for public inquiry into an alleged fraud against RBS shareholders who won compensation.
Treasury and Brexit ministers will visit Aberdeen on Thursday to meet oil and gas bosses.
Customs charges due to Brexit could cost the offshore industry £145million this summer and £120 million every year thereafter, north-east firms have been warned.
The Scottish Government has been urged to consider introducing an agriculture qualification at the country’s secondary schools.
RBS has offered 10 at-risk branches a reprieve - but warned customers must use them, or risk losing them for good.
Disgruntled RBS customers should vote with their feet and leave the bank, according to Gordon MP Colin Clark.
Fears have been raised over a possible reduction in free cash machines due to plans to pay operators less money.
Encouragement for children to take up science, technology, engineering and maths at school has been highlighted by Gordon MP Colin Clark.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is to close hundreds of branches across the UK.
The Scottish Conservatives will hold their spring 2018 party conference in Aberdeen - for the first time in more than 20 years.
North-east businesses are doing more than ever to support the health of the men who work for them, according to a local MP.
Aberdeenshire Conservatives were celebrating yesterday after keeping hold of a council seat and winning the Inverurie by-election.
Time is running out for north-east firms to challenge controversial business rates bills and claim help - with business leaders and politicians warning: “use it or lose it”.
North-east Tories have dismissed talk about Theresa May’s future as prime minister as “unnecessary speculation”.
A campaign to save a closure-threatened community centre has won the support of a north-east MP.
I look out over the rolling countryside of Aberdeenshire towards Bennachie every time I leave my Gordon constituency home.
The new Scottish Conservative MPs have called on Nicola Sturgeon to "end her denial" and "face up to the reality" Scotland does not want another independence referendum.
A north-east MSP has called for a period of "reflection and understanding" in the ranks of the SNP to understand why voters deserted them.
The man who toppled the "Gordon giant" today laid responsibility for the SNP's general election slump at Alex Salmond's door - blaming him for Nicola Sturgeon's rush to a second independence referendum.
Aberdeenshire Council is facing its third election in Inverurie in just eight months after new MP Colin Clark confirmed he will step down from his local role.
2017 has been a very good year for Conservative candidate Colin Clark so far.