The Scottish Government is facing fresh calls to introduce mandatory coronavirus testing for air passengers amid claims jobs could be lost at Aberdeen International Airport.
Lewis MacDonald MSP
Work is under way to build a temporary road across the Aberdeenshire farmland to allow recovery of the train involved in this month's fatal derailment.
A north-east MSP has urged the Scottish Government to consider the support available to students unhappy with their exam results.
A north-east MSP has praised a global Covid-19 appeal as lockdown restrictions are lifted.
The former principal of Aberdeen University is being asked to repay £119,000 of a pay-off he received when he left his post.
Up to 60 jobs in Aberdeen are under threat after an oilfield equipment firm launched a redundancy consultation with staff.
An Aberdeen business leader believes the withdrawal of a main contractor from the city's harbour expansion could open the door for a local firm to finish the job.
A north-east MSP has urged the Scottish Government's finance chief to support fairer funding for councils following claims some authorities would be left out of pocket by the distribution of coronavirus cash.
A north-east MSP has tabled a motion in parliament congratulating Aberdeen FC's charitable arm on its work during the coronavirus crisis.
A north-east MSP has welcomed an announcement that a windfarm developer has awarded an offshore contract to a city-based firm.
An MSP has praised the calibre of acts lined up for a forthcoming event.
Holyrood opponents say let voters decide if they want scandal-hit Aberdeen MSP Mark McDonald to represent them
Opposition politicians from across the north-east have said it is up to voters to decide whether scandal-hit Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald remains in his job.
Transport chiefs have come under fire after it was confirmed Aberdeen’s long-awaited bypass would not be completed on time.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has insisted there will be no further delays to the creation of a major trauma centre in Aberdeen as she confirmed it would finally be up and running later this year.
Police chiefs and Scottish ministers have been accused of “dragging their feet” over the creation of a new geographical database to stop 999 calls being sent to the wrong place.