The crew of a vessel detained in a north-east harbour for more than a year could finally be paid next month.
The controversial vessel which housed a crew of Indian national’s protesting lack of payment sails out of Aberdeen Harbour.
An Aberdeen man who showed his Christian spirit by bringing help and comfort to Indian sailors marooned at Aberdeen harbour for more than a year will take his first steps towards becoming a Roman Catholic priest this week.
The first six crew members of an Indian ship which has been marooned the north-east for more than a year due to non-payment of wages will finally fly home to their families in India this week.
An MP has demanded Theresa May launches an investigation into the oilfield services company that abandoned crew members at Aberdeen harbour.
A new court date has been set to decide the fate of a crew which has been detained in Aberdeen harbour for the past year due to non-payment of wages.
An Aberdeen court has ordered the arrest of the Malaviya Seven in an effort to recover wages owed to the crew aboard the offshore supply vessel.
Lawyers have moved to arrest the Malaviya Seven in an effort to recover wages owed to the crew aboard the offshore supply vessel.
Foreign nationals left stranded on an offshore supply vessel in Great Yarmouth are now on their way home - complete with all the wages they were owed.
A team of sailors stranded in a north-east port have been helped through the festive season by a group of churchgoers.
A group of Indian sailors, who have been stranded in the north-east for more than five months, have received a special blessing from the Bishop of Aberdeen.
Negotiations over money owed to a number of Indian nationals working on a vessel in the North Sea area said to be ongoing.
An offshore supply vessel has been detained in Aberdeen harbour for the second time in a matter of months amid allegations its crew have gone unpaid.
An Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV) which has 15 unpaid Indian nationals working onboard has been released after it was detained in Aberdeen Harbour.
Indian nationals left stranded on an offshore supply vessel in Aberdeen will find out today if they will finally receive cash after they were left unpaid for months of labour.
A total of 15 unpaid Indian national are owed a total of $250,000 by their employers, according to inspectors leading negotiations.
Offshore workers have raised more than £250 to help support stranded Indian crew members on board a ship being held in Aberdeen Harbour.