An oil worker dumped in the middle of nowhere by a taxi driver has vowed not to cut his dream holiday short.
An Aberdeenshire man has been found "safe and well" after being reported missing following a night out on holiday in Vietnam.
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Inverness judo star Stephanie Inglis has thanked her family, friends and the public as she marked the anniversary of motorcycle accident which left her battling to survive.
A team from Robert Gordon University toured Vietnam this week to help promote the Aberdeen institution.
Two dogs rescued from atrocious conditions in Asian kennels, which housed more than 5,000 animals, are now thriving in Moray.
A VIP Hogmanay role tomorrow will crown a rollercoaster year for Highland judo star Stephanie Inglis.
When I was asked to complete a wellbeing questionnaire a day before setting off on my holiday, I put a big cross over an angry-looking face, indicating the maximum five out of five for my stress levels.
Ever wondered what silk worms taste like? Karen Bowerman broadens her palette on a cruise along the Mekong, through Vietnam and Cambodia My guide, Zdee, shakes a tiny ball close to my ear. “Hear that rattle?” he says, with excitement. “She’s still alive!” ’She’ is a silk worm.
Whisky distillers have their sights set on ending a crippling 45% tax on Scotch and other imported spirits after yesterday toasting an “ambitious” free trade agreement (FTA) between the European Union (EU) and Vietnam.
Forty years on from the end of the Vietnam War, Nel Staveley travels from Ho Chi Minh to Da Nang and witnesses a healed and happy land “Honestly,” beams my guide from a suspiciously bad-looking tunnel. “It’s not that bad down here.” I’m not convinced. So he tries another tack. “They’ve made these tunnels twice as big as they were back in the war. They’re tourist-sized.”
A popular Aberdeen man has died in what his family described as a "tragic accident", while on holiday in Southeast Asia.
The father of a botanist missing in Vietnam has made a fresh appeal for information a year on from when he was last seen.
Vietnam said China again shifted an oil rig it has placed in disputed waters, with six warships guarding the structure as the two communist countries continue their South China Sea stand-off. Full story on Energy Voice.