A call has been made to compensate north-east firms who are "losing money on every job" due to the Forth Road Bridge closure.
Lewis MacDonald MSP
No decision yet on what “independent assurance” will be required to close Aberdeen and Inverness police call centres
Police chiefs have yet to decide how independent experts will verify that it is safe to close control rooms in Aberdeen and Inverness.
John Swinney has declined to outline a timeline for Aberdeen’s much anticipated multi-billion pound city deal.
The controversial Marischal Square development has been branded "about as popular as a visit by King Herod to the Bethlehem nursery".
Police still pressing ahead with redundancies at Aberdeen control room – despite committing to halt closure
Police Scotland is pressing ahead with redundancies at an Aberdeen call centre - despite publicly committing to postpone the controversial closure.
Almost 300 jobs will be lost at Young's Seafood in Fraserburgh - despite the company that beat them to a major contract outsourcing their work to Poland.
Jobless figures for north and north-east Scotland have skyrocketed - the only areas of the country to record a rise.
The damning report following the M9 crash scandal has cast fresh doubt over the future of police control rooms in Aberdeen and Inverness.
The "extraordinary" pay packet of Police Scotland's top officers could pay to run Aberdeen control room "for several months".
Scottish Labour has said the SNP has to "live up to their responsibilities" to oil and gas workers.
A major new survey has revealed a third of Police Scotland workers want to quit the force in the next three years.
The Scottish Government was under growing pressure last night to "put its hands in its pockets" to help 650 north-east fish factory workers facing redundancy.
The police regulator has signalled that it could block controversial plans to close control rooms in Inverness and Aberdeen.
Plans to close Aberdeen and Inverness police call centres are to be reviewed as part of an inquiry into the M9 crash tragedy.
Justice Secretary Michael Matheson has been urged to halt controversial plans to close a police control room and service centre in Aberdeen.
Police Scotland is under growing pressure to abandon controversial plans to close down emergency control rooms in the north and north-east.
More than 64,000 children across the north and north-east are at risk from UK Government cuts to tax credits, it has been claimed.
Scottish ministers were under fresh pressure to bring forward plans to end gridlock at one of the nation’s most congested roundabouts yesterday.
Firefighters have been called out 17 times in the last two years to tackle blazes at a derelict factory in Aberdeen.
Campaigners raising money for a new kidney dialysis unit in Stonehaven have been commended in the Scottish Parliament.
The Scottish Government has donated £250,000 towards the earthquake relief effort in Nepal.
A Scottish Government decision to scrap a key research fund was the “catalyst” behind Aberdeen University’s decision to axe 150 jobs, it was claimed last night.
An independent watchdog has been urged to examine the impact of controversial reforms on the police force in the north-east.
A north-east MSP has called on the UK Government to take a stake in threatened offshore oil fields as a way of preserving jobs and future revenues.
Justice Secretary Michael Matheson has refused to get embroiled in a row over plans to merge three north-east police divisions.
Energy Minister Fergus Ewing has admitted that no new money was being provided to fund a new body designed to bring security to the oil and gas industry.
Bus giant First Group has been criticised by politicians after it announced a number of fare rises as part of a shake-up of its Aberdeen operations yesterday.
A north-east MSP is pressing for a Scottish Parliament debate to highlight the human impact of the oil crisis.
Police Scotland has been urged to scrap controversial plans to merge its three north-east divisions.
Plans for a billion-dollar cash injection in the North Sea will be unveiled today by Prime Minister David Cameron and US President Barack Obama.
The performance of the north-east's crisis-torn health board will be put under the public microscope on Monday when Health Secretary Shona Robison carries out its annual review.
Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael has confirmed he will contribute to an emergency summit to address the crisis facing the North Sea oil industry.