Dozens of Petrofac employees on BP platforms in the North Sea have voted to go on strike.
Offshore workers in the North Sea have gone on the first of five days of industrial action amid a dispute over planned changes to shift patterns.
North Sea union members working for service firms Aker Solutions and Petrofac have voted to strike over a change to a “hated” work rotation.
Workers at the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) are to vote on whether to take strike action for the first time.
Bin workers in Birmingham are going on strike in a dispute over alleged “secret payments” to some staff in the city.
Refuse collectors who took part in a three-month strike in 2017 are to stage fresh walkouts in an escalating row over pay.
Thousands of nurses have taken part in a nationwide strike over pay and conditions for the first time in 20 years.
Rail workers are to stage fresh strikes next month in the long-running dispute over guards on trains, causing more travel misery for passengers.
College lecturers took to the streets today as part of strike action against pay freezes.
Unite union members have voted to accept a pay offer from the OCA, according to a offshore union representative.
Railway food supplies workers in Edinburgh said they have received “fantastic support” from the public for their Christmas Eve strike.
JK Rowling has said she enjoys living a “very unnoticed life” and can often get about without being recognised.
Ambulance workers could vote for strike action if shift improvements are not made.
Unite workers on three North Sea platforms have accepted a pay deal, bringing an end to a protracted strike dispute.
Unite workers have “emphatically rejected” a pay offer from Total, which were aimed at averting further North Sea strikes.
Strike action by Aberdeen bus drivers could be on the cards again.
The Unite and GMB unions have called off strike action on Equinor’s Mariner platform after accepting a new pay offer.
Workers will down tools for another 24-hour period today amid a series of strikes on three Total platforms.
Strike action will continue today on North Sea platforms operated by French oil giant Total.
Workers trade union Unite has announced that its members working on the Equinor Mariner platform have voted in favour of strike action.
A union boss said Aberdeen airport staff were “rightly recognised” when a last-minute pay offer led to the calling off of “needless” strike action.
A last-minute pay offer to airport workers has been accepted – averting strike action later this week.
Aberdeen airport workers are to be balloted on an improved pay offer after talks to avert strike action ended.
Workers at Aberdeen airport have voted for strike action, after 88% of employees rejected the latest pay offer.
An oil giant is to increase security at its north-east facilities after a week of high-profile disputes with staff over pay and hours, which resulted in a vote for strike action.
A group of Total employees are understood to have reacted angrily to the firm’s plans to hold a barbecue while they are locked in a dispute over rotas.
A bus boss revealed striking drivers cost the firm up to £300,000 and told travellers the stoppage was a “once in a two generation” event.
Aberdeen bus drivers have voted to accept a new contract offer from First Bus.
Bosses at an Aberdeen bus firm have expressed their hope that a dispute with striking drivers will be concluded today.
An eleventh hour offer has been made by Aberdeen bus bosses in an effort to halt indefinite strike action.