The grief-stricken pilot of a doomed helicopter which crashed off Shetland killing four oil workers has described how his “world ended” that day.
Families of those killed in a helicopter crash off Shetland will be handed transcripts at the end of each day of evidence heard “virtually” at a fatal accident inquiry in a bid to allay fears of any potential technological problems.
Boris Johnson in Scotland: PM to confirm islands growth deal funding as part of pledge to ‘level up across Britain’
Boris Johnson will mark his first year in Downing Street with a visit to northern Scotland tomorrow, amid surging support for independence and claims cabinet ministers are in “panic mode” about the fate of the Union.
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Serco Northlink Ferries has revealed that passenger numbers on their services, which operate between Aberdeen Harbour and the Northern Isles, reduced by 95% during phase one and two of lockdown.
Survivors of a helicopter crash that killed four people are expected to give evidence at a fatal accident inquiry (FAI), a court has heard.
The firm has committed to introducing smart tickets and a green travel campaign to help reduce emissions
Worley has been branded a “disgrace” by union bosses after terminating workers without furlough at a Shetland oil and gas terminal.
Aberdeen passengers denied trips to Northern Isles as ferry firm cracks down on non-essential travel
Aberdeen travellers could be denied trips to the Northern Isles as Serco NorthLink Ferries cracks down on non-essential travel.
‘Life and death situation’ as worker with suspected coronavirus evacuated from Hurricane’s Lancaster field
A “seriously ill” offshore worker believed to have coronavirus has been airlifted to hospital from Hurricane Energy’s Lancaster field in the West of Shetland.
An RAF plane was deployed to fly a suspected coronavirus case from Shetland to Aberdeen.
Oil and gas operator EnQuest is understood to have multiple suspected coronavirus cases on board a northern North Sea platform.
Passengers on ferries sailing from Aberdeen to Shetland and Orkney will be treated to a new series of on-board safety announcements.
The first part of a new fundraising art trail which will light up the north-east has been decorated.
A children's charity has showed its support for a new Changing Place, which will aid families it supports.
Two cases of measles have been confirmed following ferry journeys between Aberdeen and Shetland.
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.
A union boss has called on operator EnQuest to be transparent about any structural issues with its Thistle platform in the North Sea.
A worker has been flown to hospital after a fire broke out on North Sea platform.
A search has been launched for a dog that went missing on a 700-mile journey to her new home.
Police are appealing for information to help trace a missing man.
Equinor has hailed a major milestone for the North Sea oil and gas industry with first production from its giant Mariner field.
Total has started drilling an appraisal well at its Glendronach discovery in the West of Shetland.
Hurricane Energy has announced its highly anticipated Warwick Deep well has not encountered commercial rates of oil and gas.
A Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) has been announced for a helicopter crash off the coast of Shetland in 2013 that caused the deaths of four people.
Patients in the north-east waiting for elective surgeries could be offered space at an island hospital to speed up the process.
French energy giant Total has been issued with a safety notice after it “failed” to adequately assess the safety risks around changing offshore rotas.
An offshore worker has thanked the people who helped save his life after he had a heart attack on board a North Sea oil platform.
Filming major productions including the Fast & Furious spin-off Hobbs & Shaw brought just over £19 million to Glasgow’s economy last year.
Prolific writer Ann Cleeves has said the murder-and-punishment structure of crime fiction is reassuring in a time of political chaos.