A claim the Scottish Government will only receive £21 million from the £30 billion announced to support the economy had the potential to be misleading, an economist at the IFS think tank has said.
Bosses at First Aberdeen have revealed the stark impact coronavirus lockdown has made on passenger numbers - but have praised the public from heeding stay at home advice.
Bus giant First Aberdeen is likely to be sold off, it has been revealed.
Bosses at an Aberdeen bus firm say they are “extremely disappointed” that drivers have rejected a pay deal.
Bus bosses have apologised to customers for disruption caused during a drivers’ strike as union members today prepared to vote on their latest offer.
An indefinite bus strike has been postponed – so drivers can vote on an offer from bosses.
Talks to avert an indefinite bus strike were due to resume today.
Talks to end Aberdeen’s bus strike are to continue tomorrow – with mediation service ACAS involved for the first time.
A counselling service has been set up for bus drivers in the wake of an ongoing row over terms and conditions.
Bus drivers in Aberdeen are to be balloted on industrial action over proposed changes to their working conditions.