Aberdeen City Council’s winter roads budget could be extended should the weather be worse than anticipated, councillors have been told.
Aberdeen's council bosses have warned its winter roads budget will only be able to cope with a mild season despite forecasters predicting this winter could be the coldest in more than three decades.
The opening days at two household waste and recycling centres in Aberdeen have changed.
Revolut customers were left unable to use features of their banking apps on Friday due to technical issues.
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Work will start earlier to identify a raft of cost-saving measures to balance Aberdeen City Council’s budget in the next financial year.
The pound’s plunge on no-deal Brexit fears has come at a terrible time for British holidaymakers as many head abroad over the summer.
Now summer’s here, many people will be rolling up their sleeves and getting stuck into their gardening.
Neil Woodford’s listed fund has backed a £50 million fundraise by Atom Bank to drive the start-up’s rapid growth.
There is a one-in-four chance the UK economy is already in recession and would face a “severe downturn” in the event of a “disorderly” no-deal Brexit, according to an influential think tank.
Mobile firms will be banned from tying customers into “excessively long” split contracts which link together their handset and their airtime for periods of more than two years, under proposals from Ofcom.
B&Q owner Kingfisher has appointed Thierry Garnier as its new chief executive to replace outgoing boss Veronique Laury.
British pork giant Cranswick has reported a surge in exports after African swine fever decimated pig herds in far east Asia.
Utility giant Severn Trent has warned that Labour policies for nationalisation of the industry would impact its ability to fulfil its strategic goals.
The number of people in Scotland being declared insolvent rose by more than 20% in a year, new figures indicate.
Proposed budget cuts would have a major impact on plans to create jobs and grow the city’s economy and be a “blow for the entire cultural sector”, Aberdeen tourism and culture bosses said today.
Council tax will rise by 3% in Aberdeenshire, posts will go and services cut in a budget dubbed a “catalogue of horrors”.
A north-east council is more than £500,000 over budget for its sports and culture services.
It’s one of the oldest rules in the book when it comes to personal finance: the concept of “paying oneself first”.
City council leaders have written to Finance Secretary Derek Mackay calling for Aberdeen to retain £28 million in business rates.
Scotland's Public Finance Minister today denied the north-east has been short-changed in a budget described as “disastrous” for residents.
Residents and community groups have been urged to have their say on financial planning at a local authority.
Finance bosses have urged the city council to stop spending “wherever possible” in a bid to tackle cost pressures.
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“I want you to contribute to a pension. Trust me, just do it. You’ll thank me in 40 years’ time”.
Preparations are under way for the roll-out of a benefit which has previously led to a rise in the number of people applying for crisis loans.
Taking the bank on the road isn’t a new idea; meet Norman Smith, who is continuing a tradition that was started by Royal Bank of Scotland in the 1940s.
The amount, which includes outstanding council tax, business rates and housing benefit overpayments, has been revealed in a new report.
Something worth £1.2 million is very valuable indeed. Life changing. So why are the vast majority of working adults in the UK not insuring an asset with this financial value?
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