A controversial £2 drop-off charge at Aberdeen International Airport will be passed on directly to taxi customers.
A taxi price hike could be on the cards for revellers in Aberdeen on Friday and Saturday nights, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Councillors will be asked to grant permission to pass on a controversial £2 drop-off airport charge directly to taxi customers.
A call has been made to increase the number of taxi ranks in Aberdeen.
A call has been made to allow taxis through a controversial Aberdeen bus gate - by the city's Depute Provost.
A man has admitted getting behind the wheel while over the limit - and then colliding with a taxi, seriously injuring his passenger.
A taxi driver who has visited nearly 30 countries on six continents before even reaching his 30th birthday is set to release a book on his adventures.
The worried wife of an Aberdeen taxi driver has warned cabbies could be unable to keep working if controversial plans to make all vehicles wheelchair-accessible are adopted.
Takeaways, letters and someone turning up to rent a room are just some of the things that have arrived at wrong addresses in Aberdeen after confusion over a doubled street name.
Councillors have been urged to press ahead with plans to make all taxis in Aberdeen wheelchair accessible.
A student union at an Aberdeen university has won a national award for a taxi scheme.
A call was made today to review a requirement for all taxis in Aberdeen to become wheelchair accessible.
Taxi drivers are to suggest freezing fares in Aberdeen for another 18 months amid the oil and gas slump.
Councillors have been urged to scrap knowledge tests for private hire taxis in Aberdeen.
THE last thing one Aberdeen taxi driver expected when he started his shift was a request to go to London.
TWO taxi firms are to merge to launch a smartphone app for customers.
TWO Aberdeen taxi firms are to merge to launch a smart-phone app for customers.
A TAXI firm which has sparked controversy is eyeing up a move into Aberdeen, the Evening Express can reveal today.
MORE than 150 air passengers had to get taxis to Aberdeen after their flight was diverted to Edinburgh because of fog.
THE use of electric taxis could be introduced by a council in a bid to improve the region's green credentials.
A UNION chief today branded plans for compulsory customer service training for cabbies "ridiculous".
CABBIES are to be given directions in customer service that could help the North-east win "World Host" status.
A SAFE taxi scheme has been launched in Aberdeen.
ALMOST 100 more complaints were made against Aberdeen taxi drivers last year compared to 2013.