It looks like there’s some big Rage Against The Machine news coming on May 31, judging by a website counting down to that date.
This week we bring you two stunning recipes from Cullen Bay Hotel head chef George Long.
When it comes to getting dressed up for a wedding, there are so many rules to follow that most end up with a sea of boring grey suits and humdrum floral frocks.
Aberdeen FC today wouldn’t comment on reports they are keen to take Derby County’s Republic of Ireland international striker Conor Sammon in on loan.
Petrofac has landed a North Sea contract win with Total, securing the future of 150 jobs. The three-year extenstion includes work on the Alwyn and Dunbar platforms in the Northern North Sea. For more on this story visit EnergyVoice.com
Two energy giants have distanced themselves from rumours of another $17billion mega-merger as the low oil price environment creates a febrile environment for takeover speculation.
A bright fireball streaking across the night sky has been caught on camera by police in America.
The average human will spend around 117 days of their life having sex, that’s 0.45%, according to new research.
The bomber jacket trend has been bubbling up since spring, keeping that sports luxe trend alive with the emphasis on sleek, block coloured jackets in khaki, black or navy.
Look at this photo and what do you see?
Statoil has officially moved into its new Aberdeen headquarters.
Statoil has said it is ready to begin its own investigation into the North Sea helicopter crash that killed 13 people.
This video shows a masked arsonist calmly pouring petrol around a bakery before sending a surge of flames shooting through the building.
The launch of Android Pay gives mobile payment capability to millions of Android smartphone users for the first time.
Scotland has the opportunity to be at the heart of a $100billion decommissioning industry, more than double the value previously estimated, according to the chairman of the industry body Decom North Sea.
A north-east house builder has revealed plans to cut more than 20 jobs as it faces a decline in sales.
Many people’s morning routine consists of rushing to make one if not several beds before heading out for the day.
Group messaging is still far from an exact science – even in the modern age of extensive communication options most of the major messaging apps still haven’t completely perfected the process.
The Loose Women panel issued an apology after Katie Price’s disabled son Harvey swore during a live interview.
As if we didn’t know space was cool already, we can now see for ourselves on our smartphones just how awesome it really is.
Defiant Amber Rudd yesterday made no apologies for taking more than a year to visit Europe’s energy capital – despite the city enduring its most challenging 12 months on record.
A severed head has been found in a quarry in Cambridgeshire, police said.
Classic movies The Exorcist, Lethal Weapon and The Rocky Horror Picture Show are about to be brought back as television shows.
Alcohol poisoning among girls is contributing to a rise in teenage toxic incidents, research suggests.
Legendary US singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie had a slogan on his guitar that declared: THIS MACHINE KILLS FASCISTS.
Young expectant and new mothers need help to know their rights at work after a study found they were significantly more likely to suffer discrimination.
Singer Jimmy Osmond, Strictly pro Gleb Savchenko and The Only Way Is Essex’s Amy Childs are among the eclectic mix of stars set to turn up the heat on Celebrity MasterChef.
A high-speed train was turned into a makeshift maternity ward when a woman gave birth to her baby daughter on board.
Did you miss Kendall Jenner’s jaw-dropping black gown that played peek-a-boo with her derriere? Or Victoria Beckham’s sleek yet gorgeous monochrome jumpsuit?
Bella Italia, which has a restaurant in Aberdeen’s Queens Link Leisure Park, has launched a new menu to celebrate its 25th birthday.