A former north-east trade union leader has travelled across the Irish Sea to return to his homeland for a special talk.
A north-east trade union has announced its support for this weekend’s Grampian Pride event.
An action group containing some of the nation's top business brains has been assembled to secure the future of a closure-threatened Aberdeen paper mill.
Business Minister Jamie Hepburn has said an Aberdeen papermill is an “attractive prospect” for potential buyers as he pledged to work with all parties to save the 500 jobs at the plant.
Aberdeen City Council has been warned it faces a bill for breaching health and safety laws at a secondary school.
Aberdeen Council spends more than half-a-million removing asbestos from schools as critics claim bosses underestimated its danger
The huge sums spent by Aberdeen City Council on removing a potentially life-threatening substance from ageing schools has been revealed in an FOI exclusively obtained by the Press and Journal.
Ambulance chiefs were forced to draft in emergency staff and risk depleting resources elsewhere after a sickness bug left its Aberdeen roster dangerously undermanned.
Moray Council has been accused of breaching the privacy of employees after personal details about a worker were left open for her colleagues to see on a shared computer system.
Ambulance chiefs have launched an investigation after it took 90 minutes for crews to reach a man who lay dying in his garden.
Hundreds of holidaymakers breathed a sigh of relief last night as days of strike action at the north-east’s biggest airport were called off when bosses caved to workers’ demands.
Scores of holidaymakers have had their plans thrown into turmoil after workers at the north-east’s biggest airport “overwhelmingly” rejected an increased pay deal aimed at averting a strike.
Looming strikes at the north-east’s biggest airport could be averted after bosses offered angry workers an increased pay deal last night.
A major data breach at Aberdeen City Council has resulted in hundreds of confidential tax forms being sent to the wrong employees.
Unite is to call on the UK government to provide the offshore sector with “strategic state support” to address emerging challenges.
Years of campaigning have paid off for Elgin’s paramedics with the announcement that several new recruits will soon boost their fleet - and accelerate emergency response times across Moray.
This article is in response to an opinion piece written by former Conservative MSP, Brian Monteith.
The UK’s largest offshore union has launched a campaign to protect workers’ jobs as the energy sector starts to rely more heavily on robotics.
A union chief, who represents Aberdeen taxi drivers, has called for a council u-turn on granting a licence to the controversial Uber firm.
A trade union official has said North Sea oil companies would face a “battle with their workforce” if they want to start using Super Puma helicopters again.
The Health and Safety Executive has launched an investigation after workers were exposed to asbestos at an Aberdeen council depot.
An investigation has been launched after workers were allegedly exposed to asbestos at an Aberdeen council depot.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen are considering reducing bin collections across the city to every three weeks in a desperate attempt to save cash.
A trade union leader called for urgent action to stop highly-trained staff effectively being used as "taxi drivers".