Snow ploughs will return to the railway line between Keith and Inverurie today after trains were stopped in their tracks by 6ft-high drifts.
An interim report into the Stonehaven rail crash has been received by the procurator fiscal, six months on from the tragedy.
Legislation for Phase 2a of HS2 has passed its final hurdle.
Workers have launched a mammoth effort to plough several feet of "deep, drifting" snow from the railway line between Perthshire and the Highlands.
The UK will not take the lead in rescuing Eurostar as it is majority-owned by France, a Cabinet minister has said.
Sister of Stonehaven rail crash victim accuses rail body of ‘structural failures’ after third safety incident
The sister of a man who died in the Stonehaven rail crash has accused rail authorities of "structural failures" after a third safety incident came to light.
France has said it is ready to give financial support to struggling Eurostar.
People who need to travel by train during lockdown are being urged to check journey planners as timetables are slashed.
The Scottish Greens have promised to dig deep for votes after proposing billion-pound plans to tunnel under the Firth of Forth.
The Scottish Greens have proposed a £22 billion rail plan which includes nationalising services and creating a tunnel under the Firth of Forth.
A yellow weather warning for snow in parts of the north and north-east has been issued for most of Monday.
A call for answers has been made about a multi-million-pound promise to improve rail journey times.
Passengers who have cancelled their Christmas travel plans will have their train and coach bookings refunded, the Government has announced.
Soil, dirt, earth, turf; whatever you call it, the ground beneath our feet isn’t particularly interesting to the average person. Until it is piled up in front of a train travelling at speed, that is.
On Friday afternoons, Christopher Stuchbury liked to bring a smile to people in need.
UK Government Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has vowed to meet loved ones of those killed in the Stonehaven derailment– and ensure no other family has to suffer the way they have.
Two months after the Stonehaven rail crash, Dawn Bennett took on a special challenge in memory of the train's driver, Brett McCullough.
August 12, 2020, will be a day forever etched into the memory of north-east residents.
In the aftermath of the Stonehaven derailment, our readers asked exactly what happened, how it happened, and why. We spoke to a panel of some of the UK's leading rail experts, and leaders of rail unions, to find out.
‘Dad truly was one of a kind’: Family of smiling conductor Donald Dinnie killed in Stonehaven rail crash say he will never be forgotten
The family of smiling conductor Donald Dinnie have spoken publicly for the first time about the “laid back dad” who died doing the job he loved.
It had been a full 13 years since any passengers or crew died in a train crash in Britain, and the shock of the derailment near Stonehaven resonated heavily throughout the local community and railway industry alike.
A landslip may have been the catalyst for the Stonehaven rail crash, but it would be a mistake to assume this is an open-and-shut case.
It has been a challenging year for Network Rail.
A crime-fighting boss disappears without a trace – kidnapped by gangsters on the other side of the world.
‘Our lives will never be the same again’: Family of Stonehaven train driver Brett speak for first time about devastating loss
Loved ones have paid tribute to the train driver killed in the Stonehaven rail crash – and have vowed to fight on for answers.
Survivors of the Stonehaven rail crash are pursuing legal action as questions continue to be raised over why the incident happened.
The 06:54 from Stonehaven: Analysis, investigation and how a community pulled together in the face of tragedy
Wednesday, August 12, 2020, is a date that will forever stay in the hearts and minds of north-east residents.
The events of August 12, 2020 will stay in our hearts and minds forever – but what actually happened that day? Here, we look at the sequence of events on the morning of the Stonehaven rail crash, considering which trains ran, which trains didn’t and how weather played a part in the day’s events.
Rail passengers will be hit by an above inflation fares rise for the first time in eight years, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
Slow progress on making Scotland’s train stations step-free means disabled passengers will have to wait decades for an accessible rail network, a charity says.