An Aberdeen farmer claims he has been “left in the dark” over plans to create a multi-million pound Energy Transition Zone (ETZ) on the site of one of Scotland’s largest rare and endangered animal farms.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has been urged to give the whisky industry a boost and slash spirits duty in his Budget next week.
Britain’s jobless rate has surged to its highest level for nearly five years with the pandemic hitting young workers hardest, but official figures revealed “early signs” of a stabilising jobs market.
SNP ministers have intervened in Scotland’s space race by urging the UK Government to help deliver rocket launches from Sutherland by next year.
A new system of rules is poised to be introduced in Scotland to try to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Billions of pounds of extra funding have been pledged to help businesses survive the winter – but the Scottish Government warned that local firms are being "kept in the dark" about their future.
North-east councillors have given their backing to a campaign urging the UK Government to provide increasing support for the region’s maritime industry.
Restaurants and cafes in Aberdeen are feared to have missed out on millions of pounds of Treasury support because of the city’s controversial lockdown.
More than 35,000 people have been furloughed in Aberdeen, new statistics show.
Coronavirus: UK Government supports wages of more than 80,000 jobs across north-east during lockdown
The UK Government has paid the wages of more than 80,000 north-east workers under schemes set up to provide financial support during lockown.
When eateries open their doors to customers this week things will look and feel a little different. Clare Johnston finds out how businesses have been gearing up for the brave new world.
Everyone in the UK will be eligible for half-price meals on select days of the week in the month of August. Here we explain how the new scheme will work.
North-east business leaders have given the extension of the UK Government's furlough scheme a cautious welcome.
An Aberdeen politician has called on the UK Government to implement a new benefit scheme to ensure as many people in need are receiving support as possible.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak warned of ‘mass redundancies’ in oil and gas sector unless Treasury intervenes
The UK could “sleepwalk” into “mass redundancies” in the oil and gas industry unless Chancellor Rishi Sunak takes urgent action, MPs have warned.