An Aberdeen City Council apprentice has been crowned the best in the UK.
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Health bosses in the north-east have admitted that recruitment is the most significant challenge they face over the coming year.
North Electrical Services (NES) is planning a major expansion of Scottish operations in a move expected to create nearly 200 jobs over the next five years.
Filmmakers have issued an appeal for a Moray youngster to take the starring role in a forthcoming movie set in the region.
A young campaigner has penned an energetic song as part of an impassioned plea to encourage doctors to move to Moray.
Outsourcing giant Mitie is axing around 480 jobs as part of a turnaround plan.
New trainee train drivers have arrived in Aberdeen.
An Italian pizzeria will open in Aberdeen’s Union Square in November.
The number of people in Scotland without a job fell by 7,000 in the three months to July.
The chief executive who “transformed” Orkney’s health board is leaving to take on a new challenge.
A former head chef at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art has landed a new role as a food ambassador for Sutherland-based salmon producer Loch Duart.
A full-time post is being created to look after the tourism interests on Skye, the second-most popular visitor destination in Scotland after Edinburgh.
A new lease of life and up to 50 jobs are planned for a mothballed seafood factory in Fraserburgh following a £1million-plus investment by its new owners.
Hundreds of classroom assistant jobs - include dozens working with children with additional needs - have been saved from council cuts after a public outcry.