FirstGroup is mulling over options to spin off its UK bus operations and also selling its iconic Greyhound coach business as part of a major restructuring.
First Group founder Sir Moir offers hope for the future of beleaguered company 30 years on from privatisation of Grampian’s bus service
The founder of First Group has called on the beleaguered company’s new leadership to keep its focus on serving local communities in Aberdeen - on the 30th anniversary of its landmark privatisation.
Residents on the Fair Isle are celebrating today as a renewable energy system goes live, giving them a 24-hour power supply for the first time in the island’s history.
Concerns have been raised about university marking systems after it emerged students are now far more likely to score top passes than they were less than a decade ago.
JA union boss has said that striking Aberdeen bus drivers are “extremely committed” to their industrial action as a week-long walk-out begins today.
Aberdeen’s public transport system will be hit by four further weeks of strikes.
She was a trailblazer in an industry which has traditionally been dominated by men.
A major bus firm has called on councillors to put the brakes on any moves to ban the vehicles from a city centre street.
History was made in Aberdeen yesterday with the consecration of Scotland’s first female bishop.
Transport company, First, have announced changes to a number of bus routes in Aberdeen which will see increased services to the city's hospital.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a disabled woman in her 60s was attacked on an Aberdeen bus.
You wait an hour for one and 26 come along at once - environmentally friendly buses that is.