During Theresa May’s ill-fated snap General Election, the Gordon constituency produced one of the biggest stories of the contest and a sliver of a silver-lining for the Conservative Party.
Scottish independence would cause “unnecessary barriers” for farmers, the Scottish Conservative candidate for Gordon, Colin Clark, said.
Labour have been accused of "writing off" the north-east oil and gas industry with a proposal to slash carbon emissions to zero by 2030.
A court battle is looming between the builders of the city bypass and the taxpayer over a £250 million disagreement over spiralling costs.
Scotland Office minister believes whisky will become more important to UK after Brexit – but concerns remain for industry
A UK Government minister has insisted whisky will only become more important to the country’s economy after Brexit – despite the industry still awaiting the answers to key questions about how Scotland’s national drink will continue to be exported.
Gordon MP Colin Clark is not getting any extra pay for his work as a minister in the Scotland Office, it has emerged.
A north-east MP has been appointed to a post in Boris Johnson’s government.
A political row has broken out after a north-east politician blamed the demolition of an Aberdeen office block on “ruinous” business rates.
Scottish ministers have faced calls to "redouble" their efforts to save an historic Aberdeen paper mill.
Long after victory in Europe had been celebrated, thousands of servicemen languished in captivity in the Far East.
Michael Gove has pledged to use "the power of the United Kingdom" to help north-east fishermen and fish processors.
North-east Tory MPs Ross Thomson and Colin Clark have revealed they are backing Boris Johnson to be Britain's next prime minister.
A push towards divesting MP pension pots away from oil and gas has been strongly criticised by a north-east MP.
A prominent Aberdeen businessman has revealed his hotels have been hammered by a £424,000 rates increase as he warned the north-east faces an “economic tsunami”.
Nicola Sturgeon has indicated she is considering dropping the Scottish Government’s plans for a £150 million tax break for the airline industry.
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.