Oilfield service firm Expro has stayed true to its word by emerging from chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with its 600-strong, north-east workforce intact.
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Eden Court Theatre faces losing a staggering £1.1million in public funding over the next three years - sparking fears of what impact it will have on the “jewel in the crown” of the Highland arts scene.
Councillors are being urged to back plans for an alloy car wheels factory in Lochaber – creating up to 400 jobs.
A string of top bosses at collapsed construction giant Carillion are to be questioned by MPs next month.
Salmon giant Marine Harvest Scotland (MHS) has said it is making 34 workers redundant from its processing and farming operations and plans to harvest fewer fish this year than in 2017.
Drew McDonald has potentially saved thousands of lives since starting work at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary more than a decade ago.
Fifty-two north-east jobs have been saved after a Chinese takeover of north-east firm Pelikan Hardcopy Scotland (PHS) out of administration.
Police officers are moonlighting as shop workers, admin assistants and even exterminators in order to make ends meet.
Moray Council’s advertising spend on teacher vacancies has plummeted - despite the ongoing recruitment crisis.
Many people view retirement as a time to relax and take things easy. But, for one former London banker, that option never appealed.
Scottish law firm Brodies will enter a new era in May after its managing partner for the past 20 years, Bill Drummond, hands over the reins.
Poppy’s letter success: New teacher to start at remote Highland primary after pupil writes to education secretary
A remote Highland primary school is to finally get a new teacher after a pupil’s begging letter to the Scottish Government went global and helped attract a mass of applications.
The new fire chief for the north of Scotland has spoken of his vision of a national service which “serves locally”.
Highland Council has been praised after taking its contract for cleaning and servicing its public toilets back in-house – a move hailed by union chiefs as helping secure 84 jobs at a time of uncertainty.
A north-east housebuilder is to employ eight new members of staff following a fifth consecutive year of record group revenue and profit.
An army of more than 250 teachers have left the profession in Aberdeen in the last year - as bullying and grievance complaints hit a three-year high.
A new Home Bargains store will open in Aberdeen just in time for Christmas.
A drop in the number of people claiming benefits in the Aberdeen area has been hailed as “heartening” as new figures revealed Scotland’s jobless total rose by 8,000 in the three months to October.
A north-east oilfield service company has revealed plans to invest £5.5million on expanding its footprint and creating new jobs in the region.
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A new music studio set up off the coast of Lewis was officially opened yesterday.
Fledgling decommissioning firm Well-Safe Solutions has said that its onshore marine base will be located in the Port of Dundee.
A musician from the north-east is hoping his dreams will come true after landing a place on a course aimed at breaking into the music industry.
The Highlands has been dealt a double blow just before Christmas - with 31 workers at a recycling plant losing their jobs, and a further 14 redundancies being sought at Highland Council’s IT division.
Aberdeen FC’s new stadium will pump more than £8.5million extra into the north-east and create hundreds of jobs, according to a new report.
A frustrated businessman has revealed he is being forced to accommodate staff in his own home because of a severe housing shortage in the rural Highlands.
A major oil service company is preparing to launch a consultation over job losses in Aberdeen and Montrose. BHGE is understood to have notified workers about its plans yesterday. Read the full story on our sister site, Energy Voice.
Aberdeen City Council are on the hunt for exceptional candidates to join their senior management team.
Plans to axe the equivalent of nearly 90 full-time jobs and make millions of pounds worth of cuts have been revealed by Argyll and Bute Council.
The Scottish Government has been accused of making a “political decision” in denying Aberdeen hundreds of civil service jobs.
A national pizza chain will open a new shop in Elgin next week, serving up new employment opportunities to Moray.
More needs to be done to retain and attract the next generation of oil and gas leaders, it has been claimed. The rallying call comes as the latest statistics show that the average age of offshore workers has increased since the downturn. For the full story visit our sister site Energy Voice.