Cuts to addiction services for young people risk “condemning” them to a lifetime of dependence and poor health or even an early death, psychiatrists have warned.
A north-east council has advised the last date for using TaxiCards will be next month.
Consumer confidence is showing “green shoots” of recovery on the back of well-received Budget announcements, the successful vaccine rollout and roadmaps in place for ending lockdown, a survey suggests.
Economic experts have warned that the country could be in for a “sharp dose of austerity” after announcing they had found a £4 billion hole in the Chancellor’s spending plans.
Two new schools will be built in the north-east as part of Aberdeenshire Council’s spending plans.
North-east councillors have approved more than £20 million of savings - but have "let down" their staff, according to a trade union.
Councillors have approved investment in order to build two new primary schools in the north-east.
Councillors in Aberdeenshire have approved the local authority's revenue budget for the coming year - pledging to minimise compulsory redundancies for north-east council staff.
Ambitious proposals to "reinvent" Aberdeen's beach and city centre have been backed - as last night council bosses laughed off criticism of their financial planning.
Shamed Aberdeen councillor Alan Donnelly has denied backing his critic's budget proposals as a "publicity stunt" on his first day back after a year-long suspension.
Council tax in Aberdeen will be frozen for the next year after councillors agreed its new budget.
Council tax in Aberdeen will be frozen for the next year after councillors agreed the new budget.
The return of a convicted sex offender to council meetings in Aberdeen almost overshadowed vital talks on balancing the local authority's books this afternoon.
As Aberdeen councillors muster to debate how best to cut £30 million from next year's budget, the return of convicted sex attacker Alan Donnelly could make all the difference.
Aberdeen councillors will agree the budget for the coming year this afternoon - with £30million cuts to be made.
The Scottish Government’s tax and spending plans have been backed by MSPs after deals were reached with the Greens and the Lib Dems.
Tory former chancellor George Osborne has warned that Rishi Sunak’s decision to raise corporation tax in last week’s Budget will have “consequences”.
Britons must do their bit to boost the economy by taking holidays in the UK and returning to pubs as soon as it is safe, MPs have urged.
There are significant risks to the Government’s spending plans laid out in last week’s Budget by failing to cost up any post-pandemic spending beyond March next year, the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has said.
As the last budget ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), a focus on green funding should have been essential; it’s estimated that the UK requires £350 billion to reach our 2050 net-zero target.
Finance Secretary Kate Forbes has issued a plea for opposition parties to vote to support the Scottish budget on Tuesday.
A Budget triple whammy of tax hikes, allowance freezes and pay changes means an NHS worker could be more than £300 worse off over the next two years, according to Labour.
Increasing the contactless payment spending limit could fuel a rise in thefts and fraud, consumer and banking figures have warned.
Aberdeen City Council must find more than £30 million to balance its financial shortfall for the coming year.
Aberdeen Budget 2021: Taxi marshalls and grass cutting face axe as council looks to make £30m savings
Aberdeen City Council has revealed its options to make more than £30 million of savings to plug a funding black hole.
Opposition councillors have proposed freezing rent for all local authority tenants in Aberdeen as part of their budget plans.
A leading union has warned of industrial action amid mounting anger over the Government’s recommendation of a 1% pay rise for nurses and other health workers.
Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group has said the Chancellor’s new business rates holiday is “near worthless” for larger firms and makes it close to impossible for it to take on old Debenhams shops.
Boris Johnson's "levelling up" plan could see Aberdeen, Dundee and the Highlands handed millions of pounds in extra cash.
Property website Rightmove recorded its busiest day ever during Wednesday’s Budget.