Donald Trump’s bid to block an offshore windfarm near his north-east golf resort has been dealt a major blow.
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A legal challenge has been launched at Scotland’s highest civil court to oust Orkney and Shetland MP Alistair Carmichael.
The families of four oil workers who were killed in a helicopter crash could wait "years" to find out if anyone will be charged over their deaths if a judge rules that the aircraft's black box should not be handed over to Scotland's top prosecutor.
An Aberdeen man who won a 16-year legal fight over a laptop he returned to PC World has spoken of his "shattered dreams" as he faces crippling legal costs of around £300,000.
A Clan chief has declared victory after Highland Council dropped a long-running legal case against him over access to a beach.
A clan chief is to appear at the highest civil court in the land next week as a long-running dispute over access to a Nairn beach comes to a head.
With his business empire, a huge home in one of Aberdeen’s most exclusive addresses and a Bentley in the driveway, it appeared Calum Melvile had it all.
A conservation charity which is fighting plans for a massive windfarm on the hills above Loch Ness has lost a bid to have its costs capped ahead of a court action.
An apprentice deckhand has been awarded almost £43,000 in damages after he was crushed between two boats.
Three grandchildren of an Aberdeen man who was knocked down by a car and later died have today been awarded a total of £48,000 in damages.
Council chiefs are taking legal action to finalise long-awaited plans for leisure facilities at neighbouring north-east towns.
A killer jailed for the brutal murder of a north-east oil worker has lost his legal fight to vote in the independence referendum.