An SNP candidate and former leader of Aberdeen City Council today branded Labour's behaviour "shameful" for agreeing to support the Tory party.
North-east MPs have branded Theresa May's decision to hold a snap general election "an extraordinary U-turn".
The Chancellor's National Insurance hike is a kick in the teeth for oil and gas contractors, according to Aberdeen South MP Callum McCaig.
Chancellor Philip Hammond should support the oil and gas industry, not build a war chest for Brexit, according to Aberdeen South MP Callum McCaig.
The oil and gas industry doesn't need further tax breaks in this week's Westminster budget, according to Scottish Conservative energy spokesman Alexander Burnett.
The UK Government is facing calls to provide new support for the oil and gas sector after BP unveiled plans to double North Sea production.
Scotland needs an independent electricity network to keep the Granite City at the cutting edge of energy technology, according to Aberdeen South MP Callum McCaig.
SNP energy spokesman Callum McCaig has written to the chancellor amid fears the UK Government is “quietly ignoring” the plight of the North Sea oil and gas sector.
A row has broken out over a decision to close two swimming pools.
A North-east MP has called on the UK government to reduce North Sea oil and gas taxation.
A shortage of driving examiners has seen learners waiting more than twice as long as they should.
ABERDEEN has a "moral duty" to tackle climate change, a city MP has told delegates at the SNP conference's first day in the Granite City.
Callum McCaig has branded the Labour Party “shameful” amid claims the SNP failed to act to protect North Sea oil and gas jobs. The Aberdeen South MP told a packed conference hall he would have “appreciated some help” from other MPs in his efforts to protect the “vital industry”. For more on this story EnergyVoice.com
ABERDEEN MP Callum McCaig prompted sniggers today by referring to “a pig in a poke” while questioning Prime Minister David Cameron in the House of Commons.
VOTERS were going to the polls today to elect two new city councillors.
THE hunt is on to fill the shoes of two former Aberdeen councillors elected to Westminster this month.