An event paying tribute to an Aberdeen oil worker saw more than 1,000 people attend.
The former girlfriend of a murdered Aberdeen oil worker is to appeal against her conviction for culpable homicide.
The men convicted of murdering Aberdeen oil worker Steven Donaldson have launched a bid for freedom.
Two men have been jailed for life over the murder of an Aberdeen offshore worker.
A woman's relationship with a former boyfriend she is accused of murdering was “far from over”, a court heard.
A woman accused of murdering a former boyfriend “facilitated” a meeting with him which was followed by a brutal attack on him, a court heard.
A murder-accused has denied in court “fabricating” a claim that his alleged accomplice killed his sexual partner’s ex-boyfriend out of “jealous anger”.
Two men accused of murdering an Aberdeen oil worker have told jurors they were not involved in his death.
Man accused of murdering Aberdeen oil worker lied to police as he didn’t want to be ‘labelled a grass’, court hears
Steven Dickie, 24, told a jury he was also untruthful because he didn’t want to land his friend and co-accused Callum Davidson, 24, in trouble.
A murder accused has told jurors how his alleged victim was to be “roughed up” so he would “back off’ from demanding an ex-girlfriend give him cash.
A murder accused messaged her former boyfriend to say she was “worried” about him just hours after his body was discovered at a car park, a court heard.
Steven Dickie, 24, told officers investigating the death of Steven Donaldson, 27, that he didn’t kill him in Kirriemuir, Angus, in June 2018.
A man accused of murder was seen on CCTV taking a “leisurely” bike ride on the night he allegedly killed his co-accused’s former boyfriend, a trial heard.
A juror in a murder trial fainted moments after hearing a pathologist say the alleged victim would have died "immediately" after "chop like" blows repeatedly cut his spinal cord.
An alleged victim of threats by two men facing a murder charge said he was called a “beast, rat” and told he was “getting it” by them in various incidents.
The trio accused of murdering and setting fire to an Aberdeen oil worker have appeared back in the dock.
Three people are to stand trial next year for allegedly setting an Aberdeen oil worker on fire and murdering him at a nature reserve.
Three people appeared in court today accused of arranging to meet an Aberdeen oil worker at a children's playpark before murdering him by battering and stabbing him, transporting him to a nature reserve and setting him on fire.