A Westminster stunt has highlighted the growing cash deserts in rural Scotland, where people cannot access their money for free.
The number of full-time journalists has dropped 25% in the last decade, an independent review has shown.
Carbon capture and storage is back on track for a full-scale scheme to open in the 2030s, according to the UK Government.
Aberdeen North MP Kirsty Blackman has come under fire from fellow city MP Ross Thomson over her decision to abstain from the Heathrow vote.
Voting for Heathrow expansion without guarantees for Scottish airports would have been a dereliction of duty, Drew Hendry said last night.
Airport bosses in the north and north-east have united to urge every Scottish MP to vote in favour of contentious plans to expand Heathrow.
Heathrow expansion could cost Aberdeen airport more than 1,100 flights by 2030, according to government figures.
Russian cyber attacks are a greater threat than Russian submarines, according to Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry.
Tory rebel leader Dominic Grieve has been dubbed the Grand Old Duke of York after he caved in at the eleventh hour for a second time on his own Brexit Bill amendment.
Post-Brexit Scotland will struggle to compete for EU workers, according to a new report, with north-east employers already feeling the pinch.
The SNP’s Westminster leader, Ian Blackford, has said Donald Trump’s visit to the UK should be cancelled, following outrage over children being caged on the border between the USA and Mexico.
The Aberdeen lawyer calling for a new law banning upskirting said campaigners were delighted to be given a second chance after the bill was blocked by a surprise objection.
A leading north-east politician has claimed that more UK Government investment is needed for oil and gas exploration.
Lossiemouth’s submarine-hunting aircraft should double in number to defend against the increasing Russian threat, MPs have recommended.
Scottish campaigners were yesterday shocked after an attempt to make upskirting a criminal offence in England and Wales was unexpectedly blocked.
Highland MP Drew Hendry has said a damning report on universal credit has vindicated his years of warnings about its introduction.
A mother and daughter that formed Britain’s first all-female Islamic State terror cell have been jailed over an Alice In Wonderland-inspired plot.
SNP membership surged by 5,085 after the party’s dramatic mass walkout from Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday after Westminster leader Ian Blackford was ejected by the Speaker.
The SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has secured an emergency debate on Brexit after the SNP group staged a mass walkout at the Home of Commons.
Members of Britain’s first all-female Islamic State terror cell are facing jail for plotting a knife attack on Westminster under the guise of a Mad Hatter’s tea party.
SNP leaders have signalled that the gloves are off in their bid to win the best deal for Scotland on the devolution settlement.
Prime Minister’s Questions is normally a theatrical high point in the parliamentary week, as the leaders go head-to-head to prove they can think on their feet.
A north-east politician has called for a dedicated fund to help communities hit by landslips in Scotland.
Theresa May has dodged an expected defeat in the Commons with 11th hour concessions to buy off Tory rebels over a meaningful vote on the Brexit deal.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has compared Nicola Sturgeon unfavourably to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the Brexit debate.
Calls for oil companies to start hiring again, as MPs hear of labour shortages and a lack of exploration
Sir Ian Wood has warned that exploration in the oil and gas industry needs to be improved to maximise economic recovery of North Sea reserves.
Furious MPs hit out yesterday claiming there would be little time to carry out a debate on the Brexit Bill clauses around devolution.
The tax office has been accused of ‘Mafia tactics’ by Orkney and Shetland MP Alistair Carmichael.
The snap general election called by Theresa May this time last year caused a seismic shift across the country but especially in north-east Scotland.
Theresa May has pledged to review the case of 10-year-old asylum seeker Giorgi Kakava, an orphan who is under threat of deportation from Scotland.
The Moray growth deal will get the green light, Moray MP Douglas Ross has said following a meeting with the Chancellor.
Protection from prosecution for former soldiers has been demanded by West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine MP Andrew Bowie.