A Norwegian hotel and property developer and two equity funds have bought the Nordic subsidiaries of the failed Thomas Cook travel agency, potentially saving some 2,300 jobs.
Spain head coach Robert Moreno was disappointed with his side’s performance as they were held to a 1-1 Euro 2020 Group F qualifying draw by Norway.
Josh King scored a stoppage-time penalty as Norway held leaders Spain to a 1-1 Euro 2020 Group F qualifying draw at Ullevaal Stadion.
Spain head coach Robert Moreno insists Barcelona’s teenage star Ansu Fati could yet force his way into the squad ahead of next summer’s European Championship.
A Russian trawler with an ammonia tank and about 200,000 litres of diesel oil inside is in flames at a northern Norwegian port and authorities have evacuated surrounding areas because of an explosion risk.
Loganair has announced six new routes to begin running next year including connections with Wales, Norway and the Channel Islands.
An airline has announced it is introducing new flights from Aberdeen to three destinations.
More flights from an Aberdeen airport to Bergen are to be added later this year.
An airline is to axe a route serving Aberdeen's airport, while another firm has cut flights, the Evening Express can reveal.
Scotland women’s defender Frankie Brown has revealed her excitement to be back at La Manga – and this time preparing for a World Cup.
DNO could become a “more dominant player” in the North Sea with its takeover of Faroe Petroleum, according to an analyst.
Cruise passengers will soon be able to travel direct from Aberdeen on six new routes including Russia.
Evening Express readers can enjoy a high seas adventure with their favourite paper as we set sail with our own cruise offering the best of Scotland and Norway.
A year to go until the summer, scenic stunner cruise ‘Best of Norway & the Scottish Isles’ sets sails from Dundee on June 14, 2020, we explore this memorable nine-night itinerary.
Magellan was built in Aalborg, Denmark, in 1985 and entered service as MS Holiday for Carnival Cruise Lines.
The end of EC225 Super Puma helicopters in the North Sea has resulted in Babcock taking a £120million charge as it reshapes its oil and gas business.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas thanks to the arrival of the Aberdeen's tree.
Investigators have said no one will face criminal prosecution over a fatal helicopter crash off Norway two years ago due to a “lack of evidence”.
Faroe Petroleum said it is “very concerned” by actions from Norway’s DNO to “take control of its business”.
A woman who fell ill on a cruise ship and became stranded abroad is now home in Aberdeen – thanks to the Evening Express.
Airbus says Norway helicopter crash not preventable, despite similarities with fatal north-east accident
Helicopter maker Airbus said today it could not have prevented a fatal Super Puma crash in Norway two years ago despite similarities with an accident which killed 16 people near Peterhead in 2009.
Norwegian investigators will publish their final report into a fatal offshore helicopter crash today.
A “hard” Brexit could cost the average Aberdonian as much as £2,300 a year, according to a new report.
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault, which holds around 900,000 seed samples in case of a doomsday scenario, is getting a £9 million refurbishment.
Norway’s offshore safety watchdog has said “serious shortcomings” in procedures contributed to the death of an offshore worker last month.
Two North-east brothers whose toy pirate ship sailed from Scotland to Scandinavia are hoping it will reach the Caribbean after being launched off Africa with the help of a tall ship.
A toy pirate ship sent out to sea by two North-east brothers has travelled hundreds of miles from Scotland to Scandinavia.
A football that was booted off an Aberdeen pitch and ended up 1,100 miles away has been returned.
Investigators today confirmed that last year’s fatal North Sea helicopter crash off Norway was caused by a “fatigue fracture” in one of the Super Puma 225s gears.
Operators will spend nearly £30billion on new North Sea projects over the next three years, with Norway’s Statoil leading the way, a new report said.