Climate change protesters who have stopped traffic in a series of peaceful demonstrations across London will “pause” their rebellion in a bid to achieve their political aims.
A £390,000 project to carry out road improvements on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road will begin today.
A major contract to design one of the biggest projects ever undertaken in the Outer Hebrides was awarded yesterday.
A self-confessed aviation “anorak” is stepping down from the key role he has had behind the scenes at Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) for years.
A group of demonstrators have staged a climate change protest at Heathrow Airport.
A Moray offshore worker who kicked a police officer in the face after drunkenly causing trouble on a train has been ordered to carry out 50 hours of unpaid work.
A developer has lost a multi-million-pound court battle against a North Sea oil giant after its proposal to build a hotel close to the Forties pipeline was rejected.
Mobile phones belonging to Steven Donaldson, his alleged killer Steven Dickie and the partner of co-accused Callum Davidson were tracked moving around the outskirts of Kirriemuir in the hours before the 27-year-old’s body was discovered, a court heard yesterday.
Fears have been raised over the ability of the Home Office to process Brexit visa applications from EU nationals.
An engineering firm has opened a new office in the city after growth in demand.
A team from TechnipFMC has been presented with the top prize in the sixth annual oil and gas ACTIVE Cup Challenge.
Piper Alpha trauma expert David Alexander has officially joined the support team of a north-east firm offering a range of specialist training services.
Drax has received a bloody nose from investors, who vented their anger at executive pay and political donations at the energy firm's annual meeting.
ABB Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Ulrich Spiesshofer abruptly stepped down after nearly six years at the helm of the Swiss engineering company that were marked by a public spat with an activist shareholder and poor stock returns.
Steven Donaldson murder trial: ‘I know for a fact Tasmin put him up to it’ Glass boyfriend co-accused told detectives
Murder accused Steven Dickie told detectives: “I know for a fact Tasmin has put him up to it” during a lengthy interview which led to him being charged in connection with the killing of Arbroath man Steven Donaldson.
Unresolved complaints about switching now outnumber those relating to poor customer service, Energy Ombudsman figures show.
French energy giant Total has donated €100m (£86.5m) to restoration efforts for the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris.
Drax Group has announced it will appoint a new non-executive director.
A dog has been rescued by a drilling crew at an oil platform which lies 135 miles off the coast of Thailand.
The operator of the Fukushima nuclear plant has begun removing fuel from a cooling pool at one of three reactors that melted down in the 2011 tsunami disaster.
Aberdeen and the north-east of Scotland will be at the heart of the new Scottish Stock Exchange when it is launched later this year.
A record number of Britain’s finance chiefs are bracing for the worst and hoarding cash as they anticipate a damaging Brexit.
Scottish-American company Ziyen has launched a digital currency that it hopes will transform the global oil and energy market.
Small energy suppliers will have to undergo more stringent tests before they can set up shop in the UK under new plans drawn up by the regulator following a spate of recent failures.
A forensic scientist has told a murder trial how the DNA belonging to the alleged victim was found on a T-shirt belonging to the man accused of killing him.