Rail bosses are facing a backlash after part of a north-east bridge collapsed less than a mile from the site of last year's fatal derailment.
A trade union says the situation on Scotland’s railways is “becoming terrifying” after part of a bridge collapsed approximately one mile from the site of the Stonehaven train derailment.
August 12, 2020, will be a day forever etched into the memory of north-east residents.
A trade union boss warned last night that thousands more jobs have been lost in the North Sea oil and gas sector as a result of the latest downturn than has previously been predicted.
A ferry operator has hit back at a union over claims a director took an 18% pay rise while suggesting staff were being denied their own pay increase.
The UK rail industry faces a critical shortage of skilled workers, putting the success of major new projects at risk, a new report is warning.
The consumption of alcohol on trains and in stations will be banned from Monday, ScotRail has said.
Stonehaven rail crash: A ‘true testament to the solidarity of railway workers’ as appeal fund for families raises more than £142,000
A fund set up to support the families of the men who died in the Stonehaven rail crash has raised more than £142,000.
Workers on Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) ferry services could go on strike after recent pay talks collapsed, a union has warned.
The leader of the biggest rail workers’ union has announced his retirement, blaming a “campaign of harassment” against him by factional groups within the union.
The Ben Nevis vessel, which is currently detained over the unpaid wages, is expected to set sail from Aberdeen harbour despite still owing workers up to £150,000.
Kind-hearted football fans have raised thousands for the families of those killed in a north-east rail tragedy.
A north-east trade union chief has urged ministers to defend workers after an energy giant announced it was to cut thousands of jobs.
Offshore unions have claimed more than 3,500 UK workers “could be displaced by September” amid the oil price crisis and called for an urgent summit with Westminster politicians.
A series of North Sea operators are working to remove cabin sharing offshore “wherever possible” in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
A union has warned “tens of thousands” of offshore jobs could be at risk as North Sea firms buckle under the pressure of the ongoing oil price “crisis”.
An offshore union has called for a “robust inspection regime” to be imposed after more than 100 workers were evacuated from a North Sea platform over structural concerns.
Rail services linking Aberdeen to London were expected to be distrupted again today as industrial action continued for a second day.
The service runs an Aberdeen to London route.
Rail bosses have said they are “deeply disappointed” after staff on the Caledonian Sleeper service announced they would take strike action.
Many offshore workers have “lost faith” in employers’ commitment to safety standards, a union boss said.
Offshore union RMT today repeated its call for a full public inquiry into the tragedy.
The Scottish Government is being pushed for answers on whether it will back a public inquiry into helicopter safety offshore.
Crunch talks between North Sea trade unions and the Offshore Contractors’ Association (OCA) scheduled to take place today have been cancelled.
Crunch talks between the Offshore Contractors’ Association (OCA) and North Sea trade unions will continue later this month after yesterday’s meeting brought no resolution.
Trade unions yesterday condemned North Sea workforce conditions claiming signs of the failings that led to Piper Alpha are “coming to the surface again”.
The biggest rail workers’ union has set a deadline for agreeing a deal to end one of the long running disputes over the role of guards on trains.
Oil giant Total’s attempt to justify planned offshore rota changes was “arrogant, cynical and patronising”, a union boss has said.
The Offshore Contractor’s Association (OCA) has made a fresh pay offer to workers after an initial rejection earlier this year.
Members of the Unite and RMT unions have accepted a pay offer from the Caterers Offshore Trade Association (COTA).