Boris Johnson could be the prime minister who provides the “catalyst” for the break-up of the United Kingdom, an academic has claimed.
Union leaders are at loggerheads with bosses at Aberdeen International Airport over pay and pensions and have confirmed staff will strike from 4am to 4pm on both June 7 and June 10.
It was a fatal shooting in his native Ireland that gave north-east trade unionist Tommy Campbell his first experience of campaigning for change.
Workers at Aberdeen airport are to be balloted over industrial action, say Unite.
Ambulance workers could vote for strike action if shift improvements are not made.
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.
Planned strikes at Aberdeen’s airport could cripple services during its busiest season, a union boss warned today.
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 trade union has called for the Aberdeen City Council to create a mental health plan.
The oil and gas sector shouldn’t be quick to draw a link between mental health issues and offshore rotas, an industry employment expert has said.
Unions are expected to request a further extension on talks involving job losses at Aberdeen City Council.
A union boss today called for “open and honest information” on how many jobs will be lost at Aberdeen City Council and where they will fall.
Aberdeen bus drivers have voted to reject a new pay deal.
Union bosses have threatened to ballot council staff in Aberdeen over industrial action after the recent suspension of an employee.
Aberdeen council under fire from union for appointing employment consultant as it plans to cut up to 370 jobs
A union boss has today said it “beggars belief” Aberdeen City Council has hired a new employment consultant as it looks to cut up to 370 posts.
Staff at an Aberdeen university are set to walk out this week in a dispute over job security.
Staff at an Aberdeen university are set to vote on strike action in a row over job losses.
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.
Trade union members from Unite have voted in favour of strike action. The catering and auxillary staff have been in dispute with COTA (Catering Offshore Trade Association) over a pay freeze. For more on this story see Energy Voice
A union has urged offshore workers to accept an offer from the Offshore Contractors Association over North Sea working conditions. GMB said its members had voted to accept the latest offer from employees in a bid to end the dispute. For more on this story visit EnergyVoice.com