A senior BBC executive has argued the broadcaster was justified in paying presenter Samira Ahmed less than Jeremy Vine due to differences in news and entertainment shows.
The conflict between "old guard" clinicians and modern-thinking management at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has been laid bare during a tribunal.
A colleague of the Queen’s former physician has said he became an “intimidating character” for members of staff at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
The Queen’s former surgeon has denied using derogatory language during an exchange with the chief executive of the north-east’s health board.
North-east charity boss accused of laundering £10,000 says she was so overworked she feared she might suffer a stroke
An employment tribunal has heard that a woman accused of laundering money from a north-east charity was “stressed” due to a heavy workload.
A doctor has been suspended after a tribunal found she had committed a series of infractions by “pulling on the heartstrings” of an elderly patient to receive cash worth nearly £200,000.
A doctor faces being struck off after a tribunal found she had committed a string of infractions by “pulling on the heartstrings” of an elderly patient to receive gifts and cash worth nearly £200,000.
A family GP who accepted more than £188,000 in cash and gifts from an elderly patient was “pulling on her heartstrings” to get money out of her, a tribunal has heard.
Boots employee sues after being rapped for joking that half of ‘miserable’ Nairn population is on anti-depressants
A trainee pharmacy technician has successfully sued Boots for £10,000 after being disciplined for privately joking that half of the "miserable" population of Nairn was on anti-depressants.
A top surgeon is taking legal action against NHS Grampian amid claims he was forced out of his job for siding with a colleague who sued the health board for £100,000 after being racially abused.
A north-east bus driver sacked for swearing during a row with a colleague has lost his legal challenge to claim unfair dismissal.
Highland flying school director says former employee is to blame for two unserviced planes being flown
A Highland flying school director told a tribunal that a former employee was to blame for two unserviced aircraft being flown on separate occasions in the space of three days.
A woman who claims she endured 10 years of bullying at a government agency says she has been moved by global messages of support since taking her employers to tribunal.
A woman has told an employment tribunal how she contacted a Swiss suicide clinic following an alleged campaign of abuse from her male colleagues at a government agency.
An oil executive has been awarded more than £20,000 after being wrongfully dismissed during an angry disagreement with bosses about his performance.
A doctor has admitted to taking skin samples from patients and failing to pass them to scientists for diagnosis.
The former right-hand man of oil tycoon Ian Suttie has claimed he was sacked for asking for two weeks of paternity leave.
A whistleblower who claimed he was wrongly dismissed after telling energy firm bosses about drug-taking on site and an 11-year-old girl being allowed to drive a digger could learn his fate in the next month.
A hospital doctor accused of molesting three women fondled a paramedic’s breasts after she asked for paracetamol for a mild headache, a tribunal heard yesterday.
A doctor who was suspended after she ripped up medical records, gave a false diagnosis and stopped treatment of a patient has had her ban continued for another year.
An Aberdeen woman has been awarded almost £27,500 in compensation after she won an unfair dismissal claim that she was sacked for being pregnant.