Prospective buyers for administration-hit Belfast shipyard Harland and Wolff must submit indicative bids by midday on Friday, trade unions have said.
Leaders of public sector workers have angrily attacked reports of a pay rise for teachers, police officers and other employees as a “last- gasp” attempt to curry favour with an austerity hit workforce.
British Gas owner Centrica is planning to cut around 700 management and back office jobs under previously announced reductions as it faces “growing challenges”.
Union leaders are urging the Government not to allow car giant Ford to “tiptoe” away from its engine plant in south Wales after announcing its closure.
Unions have expressed shock at an expected announcement that car giant Ford is to close one of its UK factories with heavy job losses.
British Steel has gone into liquidation, threatening thousands of job losses, amid revelations that it would have run out of cash by the end of the week.
The Government is being urged to nationalise British Steel if a deal cannot be reached to avoid the firm collapsing into administration.
Piers Morgan will invite US president Donald Trump on to Good Morning Britain to incense the British media.
Richard Madeley said he was looking “a bit orange” after a guest on Good Morning Britain commented on the host’s tan.
Scottish supply chain firms “cannot reasonably compete” for renewable energy development contacts, two major UK unions warned last night.
Education and leisure look set to be the main casualties of Highland Council's proposed budget cuts, it has emerged.
Pupil support assistants have described being bitten, spat at, cut, beaten and even kicked in the teeth in a new report.
Piers Morgan has jokingly apologised that he is “not going to die” after undergoing tests in hospital.
Crunch talks between North Sea trade unions and the Offshore Contractors’ Association (OCA) scheduled to take place today have been cancelled.
The GMB trade union confirmed yesterday that “most” of its North Sea members had voted for industrial action.
Thousands of college staff in Scotland are poised to receive a pay rise after a £14million deal was struck with trade unions.
Ballots by three major unions have secured a £14 million pay deal for more than 5,000 college support staff.
Union chiefs have accused the Scottish Government of “brushing off” calls for an external independent inquiry into allegations of a “culture of bullying and harassment” at NHS Highland.
Susanna Reid has appeared to defend the kiss between Strictly Come Dancing couple Seann Walsh and Katya Jones, saying that “we’ve all had a few drinks and had a kiss”.
Irish boyband Boyzone have spoken about the emotional experience of recording a track for their new album which features the vocals of late group member Stephen Gately.
The city council has agreed that safety improvements are needed for education staff in time for the next school term.
North-east council staff subject to more than 5,000 physical attacks at work over the past four years
Council employees have been attacked while at work on average three times a day across the north-east over the past four years.
The Offshore Contractor’s Association (OCA) has made a fresh pay offer to workers after an initial rejection earlier this year.
Richard Madeley has defended his decision to cut off Gavin Williamson part-way through a live interview, saying it was “probably the most popular thing I have ever done on television”.
Pamela Anderson has shared her fears over the health of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who she said is being subjected to “a form of torture”.
Piers Morgan surprised his Good Morning Britain co-star Susanna Reid and their guest Pamela Anderson when he made a revelation about his sex life live on air.
Scottish ministers were under growing pressure last night to step in to save the Arnish yard in Lewis amid fears it could shut down within days.
The UK Government has unveiled plans aimed at making the UK the world’s most innovative nation by 2030 by investing £725million to “transform” industries.
Every ambulance station along the A9 corridor in the Highlands should be fully manned 24 hours a day, according to union chiefs who fear the service is reaching crisis point regarding fatigue absences.
Vulnerable and elderly home care users in the north are being reduced to tears by controversial reforms that have disrupted their continuity of care, it has been claimed.
A threat of industrial action that could have deprived hundreds of vulnerable people in the Highlands of their carers has been dramatically lifted.
Carers looking after some of the most vulnerable people in the Highlands have voted to consider all industrial action short of all-out strike.