“What will they think of next?” we wonder in amazement, as the world’s first pancake printer automatically dispenses batter in the shape of the Eiffel Tower directly on to a griddle.
Applications are now open for a thrill seeker’s dream job — chief obstacle tester for Tough Mudder.
Moray Council has thrown its doors open to the rest of the world in an attempt to drive down teaching vacancies in the region.
A global consulting company is to create 400 jobs in Northern Ireland.
Health boards in the north and north-east are still struggling to attract nurses despite offering generous packages.
One of the more unusual sights at the Elgin Food and Drink Festival was the ambulance situated just outside the town hall.
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Whisky giant Whyte and Mackay is to cut 21 jobs - a fifth of the workforce - at its Invergordon distillery as it implements a £15 million modernisation programme.
Whether we’re an employer or an employee, we’ve all had to comb through a CV at least once … and some have even cheekily embellished theirs for a job.
A new training scheme will follow in the footsteps of a pioneering Grampian initiative and strengthen ties between the health service and its Australian counterpart.
Moray people are being encouraged to take part in a national initiative to highlight the myriad different ways for young people to achieve their dream career.
A campaign to help and encourage young people to secure summer jobs, launched by the Work and Pensions Secretary, has been branded a “welcome intervention”.
Workers trade unions GMB and Unite said last night that they will fly to Canada to meet with BiFab owners DF Barnes for crunch talks with senior management.
An oil and gas equipment manufacturer has closed a factory in Aberdeenshire, putting dozens of jobs at risk. Forum Energy Technologies has confirmed manufacturing has been suspended at its facility in Findon, near Portlethen. It is understood around 35 people work at the facility. >> Read more on Energy Voice here <<
North-east building firm Anderson Construction (Aberdeen) has collapsed, with 19 jobs affected.
JCB has announced an investment of more than £50 million in a new plant, creating hundreds of jobs and doubling production of cabs used on its machines.
A Moray youngster will be encouraging her fellow teenagers into work - just a week after leaving school herself.
More than 600 new jobs are to be created in financial services in Northern Ireland.
North airport bosses is recruiting for a team to implement a new remote air traffic control system to operate seven airports from a single site.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is expected to announce a £4.9 million grant for a manufacturing campus that will create 100 jobs in Angus today.
A charity specialising in supporting people with hidden debt expects extra need for its services following a spate of North Sea job cuts.
Campaigners fighting plans for a new “world class” golf course in the Highlands have questioned the economic impact claims of the developers.
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) said today that it would make 70 onshore employees redundant in Aberdeen.
BP has confirmed it plans to cut around 540 jobs from its global upstream business.
Up to 2,500 jobs in core supermarket supply chains could be at risk in the wake of the proposed merger of Sainsbury’s and Asda, new analysis has found.
Oil firm Total has confirmed plans to shed over 50 more Aberdeen jobs. The French energy giant said in March that it planned to cut 250 positions following its merger with Maersk Oil. However, following a review, Total said it will now increase that number to slightly above 300. Read more on Energy Voice here.
Stena Drilling has “pulled back” from making redundancies after securing fresh North Sea work with Total.
Thousands of jobs in the £1 billion-a-year forestry industry have been secured for at least 25 years following a £95 million expansion of the Norbord mill on the outskirts of Inverness.
Aberdeen FC estimates that the construction of its new stadium will create 150 local jobs during its first phase.
Carpetright stores in Inverness and Fraserburgh will close after the embattled retailer unveiled plans to shut 81 stores and tap investors for £60 million under a sweeping restructure.
Nicola Sturgeon hailed new Chinese investment in an oil and gas firm as “great news” for the north-east as she began a five-day Far East visit.
The Scottish Government has announced the start of Scotland’s newly devolved employability services in the Highlands and Islands.