A large section of Aberdeen beach is being closed to the public on safety grounds from tomorrow.
Work to improve patient safety in a city hospital has been given the go-ahead.
A new road sign has been introduced to alert drivers to small animals on the road.
Politicians have called for a safety review to be carried out on the new AWPR amid concerns over busy junctions.
Confusion surrounds access to a historic Aberdeen school building – more than a month after it was engulfed by flames.
The Government has wasted hundreds of millions of pounds on “substandard” cycling lanes which do not help riders feel safer, former Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman has warned.
Problems arose at last July’s Echt Show when people got in without tickets and went to a marquee with a bar.
Council planners have said that safety improvements are “critical” for an Aberdeen road next to a new housing development.
Isofix mounting points ensure that a child seat is mounted into a vehicle as safely as possible. By locking a seat into the Isofix points either side of the passenger seats, it essentially makes the car seat a part of the vehicle’s chassis, ensure it’s as strong as possible.
Having last driven with a set of L plates attached to my car around 10 years ago, the prospect of returning to the road with red letters signifying to other road users my limited knowledge of the vehicle I was piloting was a little daunting.
Road safety campaigners are calling for a review of rural speed limits following a report which found that many drivers don’t feel safe travelling at the current 60mph speed limit.
People in the north-east are being reminded to be safe along the coast this summer.
New traffic lights will be installed in Aberdeen city centre following complaints about Broad Street.
A course aimed at saving the lives of motorcyclists is to take place in the north-east this weekend.
Motorists are failing to employ key security methods for their vehicles – despite a rise in car crime.
The driver of a train which fatally dragged a dog along a station platform did not know its lead was trapped in the doors, an investigation has found.
Attacks on prison staff rose 21% in a year as record levels of violence continue to sweep through jails in England and Wales, official figures show.
The 2009 Super Puma tragedy that left 16 men dead has led to a “renewed vigour” in aviation safety, a health and safety boss claimed today.
An Aberdeen university has joined forces with a oil industry firm to improve safety.
The call follows an incident late last year when a lift broke down in a sheltered housing block, leaving one elderly woman unable to get back into her home after spending time in hospital until she received assistance from firefighters.
New parking restrictions could soon be introduced to improve visibility over an Aberdeen bridge.
Parents have been urged to get reflective clothing for children to allow them to walk to school safely.
Concerns have been raised that safety barriers have still not been installed outside an Aberdeen school – despite being first called for two years ago.
A review into a partial pedestrianisation scheme should be brought forward due to “serious safety concerns”, a councillor has claimed.
A safety charity and North Sea firm have joined forces for a workshop highlighting the dangers of alcohol to north-east schoolchildren.
Rail chiefs and an Aberdeen charity have come together to launch a new safety campaign.
The familiar sound of a mother’s voice is more likely to rouse a sleeping child than the high-pitched wailing of a smoke alarm, a new study has shown.
Motorcyclists have taken part in a “life saving” course to keep them safer on the north-east's roads.
Former JLS Star JB Gill has thrown his weight behind an initiative to improve farm safety for both staff and children after it emerged agriculture is still one of the most dangerous industries to work in.
Plans for a permanent safety barrier at a historic Aberdeen bridge have been given the go-ahead