Fresh fears have been raised over access to cash as figures suggest free-to-use ATMs are vanishing at an “alarming” rate of more than 250 per month.
Rail passengers have struggled for too long with a confusing ticketing system and poor service, consumer campaign group Which? says.
Almost three quarters of people were on the receiving end of a nuisance call in the last month, a survey has suggested.
Just over one in 10 adults over 55 have set aside money to cover the costs of any future care needs, the consumer rights group Which? has warned.
Households across the UK are overpaying on their energy bills to the tune of £4 billion each year, according to new analysis.
Fire investigators are increasingly unable to identify white goods that cause domestic fires, leading to a call to fireproof labelling on appliances.
Parents should be wary that some children’s slime products may contain higher than recommended levels of a chemical, a consumer watchdog has said.
Cash machines around the UK have been shutting down at a rate of 300 every month, a study has found.
A number of online travel agents have been criticised for “ramping up prices” on bargain holiday deals.
MSPs have warned that a new banking crisis is emerging that risks creating “cashless communities” across the north and north-east.
Digital disruption is an “imminent threat” to businesses in the north-east in the wake of the TalkTalk cyber attack, a law firm has warned.
Inverness Airport keeps customers happy but passengers using Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) are less pleased about what it has to offer, according to a Which? survey.
People are struggling financially in parts of the north and north-east more than anywhere else in Scotland, according to new research.