Peterhead’s biggest employer has claimed it needs to privately educate dozens of local pupils each year so apprentices can pass a basic aptitude test.
Peterhead Prison has been a landmark in the town for more than 130 years. The mammoth, granite structure decorated by razor wire would be, to some, a building only pictured in a Victorian horror film.
Aberdeenshire Council has ordered the owners of a listed building to call off the diggers pending an investigation.
A north-east businessman is concerned about the state of secondary education and fears low numeracy and literacy rates could hit his firm’s recruitment efforts.
Success on the continent for one of the north-east’s biggest employers could lead to the creation of a number of new jobs in Peterhead.
Score Group’s Conrad Ritchie is the latest winner of the annual Grampian Industrialist of the Year.
A north-east entrepreneur who founded and built a successful international engineering group was posthumously honoured with a lifetime achievement award at an event attended by 600 people in Aberdeen last night.
A north-east museum is in line to win three tourism awards after just a year of business.
The Scottish Government is under growing pressure to set the record straight in a cross-border spat over the UK’s new apprenticeship levy.
Score Group has unveiled plans to spend around £80million on new headquarters and other buildings in its home town of Peterhead.