A north-east charity hopes a new minibus could help it expand its vital services.
A north-east fitness group is hoping to win a £40,000 minibus which could enable it to take its members out of the Blue Toon.
Community groups across the north and north-east are once again in with the chance to win a £40,000 minibus.
Oil and gas operator Nexen has officially changed its name to Cnooc International. The Canadian firm was taken over by China National Offshore Oil Corporation (Cnooc) in February 2013 in a £9.4 billion deal. >> To read more on Energy Voice, click here <<
An Inverness-based charity that works with young people who suffer from communication disorders is seeking to come up trumps in the latest P&J minibus competition.
Community groups across the north and north-east are once again being given the chance to win a brand-new minibus.
Parkmead Group said yesterday it aimed to unlock “substantial value” from the Greater Perth Area (GPA) in the UK North Sea. The GPA ambition was set out by the Aberdeen-based firm as it reported a narrowing of first-half losses for its 2017-18 trading year. For the full story go to Energy Voice.
A group of youngsters are already plotting their first adventure after hopping aboard their brand new minibus for the first time.
A north-east community group, which won a new minibus in a Press and Journal competition, has racked up 5,500 miles on the vehicle in the last year.
Oil firm Nexen has submitted draft plans for the decommissioning of two North Sea fields to the UK Government.
They're on the move with their new minibus in Moray.
Time is running out to enter the Press and Journal's minibus competition with only one week left until the deadline.
A group of north-east sea cadets is investing in a new harbour base thanks to a £2,000 grant from an oil and gas firm.
One of Aberdeenshire's newest men's sheds is celebrating a funding boost to the tune of thousands of pounds.
A networking group formed to support and develop young professionals in Aberdeen has launched a competition to match its members with mentors.
The Buzzard oilfield, which plays a role in pricing global crude exports, was shut down on Thursday after a glitch, its operator Nexen said today.
At first glance, you might miss the green beret clutched in his hands.
Some of them have been injured physically, losing limbs or breaking bones.