A Highland taxi driver is facing jail after raping a drunk female passenger, sparking calls for CCTV in all cabs across Scotland.
Congestion in Inverurie could be significantly reduced if plans to transform an old freight yard into a “transport interchange” are allowed to move forward, a local councillor believes.
A man has admitted trying to gouge a taxi driver’s eye following a disagreement about where he was being dropped off.
Police in Inverness are appealing for information as they investigate two attempted break-ins to taxis in the city.
Police have arrested a man in relation to a theft from an Aberdeen taxi.
Police are appealing for information after an Aberdeen taxi driver was robbed of a two-figure sum of money this morning.
A fresh-faced young hotel worker crashed his car into a field after climbing behind the wheel despite being more than four-times the legal limit.
Plans to provide drivers with more training in Aberdeen have been put on hold by councillors.
A 52-year-old Nairn man phoned the emergency services to complain that no taxi would take him home.
Fed-up drivers are having their say as this street in Inverness looks more like Swiss cheese than a smooth road.
A man who died following a "disturbance" just an hour into the New Year may have been killed during a row over a taxi, it was claimed today.
Hundreds of taxis are being banned from the roads every year for failing routine council safety checks.
Road policing Officers have been checking the road worthiness of school buses following taxi checks in Aberdeenshire last week.
The introduction of a steep new Christmas and New Year taxi tariff will push people towards illegal drivers, the Inverness Taxi Alliance (ITA) has warned.
Contactless card crime has been linked to a rising number of fraud cases, according to new figures published by Police Scotland.
The founder of a charity set up to help veterans get access to essential transport has now rolled out the service in the north-east.
A Caithness man has expressed “disgust” at the treatment experienced by a group of passengers who were refused entry to wheelchair-accessible taxis at Aberdeen Airport last weekend.
A scheme designed to help people feeling unsafe on dates in Aberdeen is to be continued for a second year - and rolled out across Grampian.
Lora Fachie, one half of British Paralympics’ most high-profile couple, has spoken of her shock after being denied access to a taxi with her guide dog.
An Aberdeenshire woman was wrongly refused entry to a taxi because she had a guide dog.
City taxi drivers are furious a petition with more than 3,500 signatures opposing controversial plans to close a popular taxi rank in Inverness will not be considered today by councillors.
Aberdeen City Council must ensure all rank taxis are wheelchair-accessible by next summer.
An increase in taxi fares is on the cards this autumn for Highland travellers after councillors agreed to put a series of tariff hikes out for public consultation.
A public consultation will be launched to consider raising city taxi fares by 5%.
Taxi drivers in Inverness have been left fuming at Highland Council’s refusal to cap the number of vehicles operating in the city – claiming the trade was on the “brink of collapse”.
Council officials and Police Scotland met with objectors to the relocation of Castle Wynd taxi rank in Inverness yesterday. Officials listened to the points made and a discussion took place which resulted in a number of suggestions being made.
A Ross-shire joiner who attacked a taxi driver with the heel of a stiletto shoe was fined £600 and ordered to pay his victim £500 in compensation.
Taxi service Uber has been granted a licence to operate in Aberdeen.
Taxi drivers have warned of “chaos and violence” on Inverness streets if Highland councillors rubber stamp plans to shut a busy city centre rank.
Scotland’s first hydrogen-powered taxi is to start a one-year trial in Aberdeen.
Fire fighters were called to a taxi on fire in Bridge of Don this evening.
Council chiefs have defended a controversial taxi policy on the eve of a crunch vote at Aberdeen's licensing committee.