SNP MP Stephen Flynn has described remarks made by Scottish Conservative candidate Douglas Lumsden over Brexit as "appalling".
A new £25 million primary school in Aberdeen could be scrapped because of wrangles over developer contributions, the Evening Express can reveal today.
‘A real game-changer’: Aberdeen MP says new railway station at Cove would help reverse plummeting city centre footfall figures
An Aberdeen politician has described the "game-changing" impact a new railway station at Cove could have on city centre footfall.
A potential ban on future exploration in the North Sea has been branded “reckless” by an Aberdeen MP.
Rishi Sunak is to extend the furlough scheme until the end of September at Wednesday's Budget, protecting hundreds of thousands of jobs across Scotland.
Rishi Sunak has been urged to extend the VAT cut for pubs and restaurants until the end of the year in order to rescue the ailing hospitality industry.
The number of people on Universal Credit in the north-east has risen again, new figures have revealed.
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has said he is "hopeful" a North Sea transition deal with the oil and gas sector can be agreed this year.
The UK Government must deliver investment in the energy sector of a level that allows Aberdeen and the north-east to "ride the storm currently enveloping it", says the SNP's new shadow business secretary.
SNP MP Joanna Cherry said she had been “sacked” from her party’s front bench team at Westminster, as a reshuffled was announced.
A group of politicians were to meet the boss of a heritage body over the controversial decision to list eight of Aberdeen’s high-rise buildings.
New figures show the number of people receiving Universal Credit in Aberdeen rose by more than 150% in the space of a year.
Heritage chiefs have been urged to think again about the decision to award eight high-rise blocks in Aberdeen the same protected status as the city’s most iconic buildings.
An Aberdeen bacteriologist has welcomed news the Scottish Government is considering introducing the use of quarantine hotels.
A north-east MP has called on ministers to “sort out this mess” inflicted on the fishing industry by the UK’s exit from the European Union.
Energy giant Shell has announced hundreds of jobs will go in the north-east as part of "global restructuring".
‘Behave like it’s last April’s lockdown’ urges NHS chief, as north-east records highest daily death toll of pandemic so far
A total of 14 people across Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray have died in the highest daily death total for Grampian since the pandemic began.
North-east politicians have written a joint letter to the Chancellor urging him to ensure the Scottish Government receives an additional £375m of funding to help support businesses.
The leader of the House of Commons claims Aberdeen City Council has opted to open talks with UK Ministers about Westminster directly funding the city in a bid to avoid the "failures of the SNP".
An Aberdeen MP has welcomed a package of support to help those struggling with rent arrears.
Rishi Sunak has been accused of undermining devolution, after unveiling proposals to bypass the Scottish Government on certain spending decisions.
North-east business leaders have spoken of their "relief" after the furlough scheme was extended.
An Aberdeen MP has criticised the UK Government for failing to tackle tax evasion.
The SNP has announced its candidate for a by-election to be held in Aberdeen in November.
An Aberdeen MP has said he is seeking “immediate clarity” from Shell on the local implications of its plans for up to 9,000 job cuts.
Business leaders have warned jobs in the north-east are still at risk, despite the UK Government unveiling a new top-up scheme.
A by-election for the vacant Kincorth, Nigg and Cove seat on Aberdeen City Council will now be held in November.
More than 35,000 jobs in Aberdeen could be lost if the UK Government's furlough scheme ends next month, an MP has warned.
More than 220 cases of the Covid-19 were linked to the hospitality cluster, among around 400 in the Grampian area.
The civic leaders of Aberdeen and Dundee have hit out at a councillor's "poisonous" remarks after the Granite City was branded a "hell hole" on social media.