Daily Archives: Mar 24, 2019

£1.6 million grant saves 300 Portlethen jobs

Nearly 300 full time jobs will be safeguarded and 40 new jobs created in Portlethen following the award of £1.6 million in EU and Scottish Government funding. Irish-based meat processing company Kepak will use...

Joint Insolvency Examination Board success for Aberdeen accountancy practice employee

A University of Aberdeen law graduate has become a qualified insolvency practitioner after passing two sets of rigorous exams. Sarah Bedford, a senior insolvency services supervisor at Aberdeen-based chartered accountancy firm Meston Reid &...
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Assertive Exceed Posts Record Results, Named in Fast Track 100

ABERDEEN-headquartered Exceed, the well management and performance improvement specialist, has ended 2019 on a high, posting record results in...
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Leading Malawi Innovator Shares Story

THANKS TO links with the Scotland-Malawi Partnership and the Montgomery Development Education Centre (MDEC) in Aberdeen, International School Aberdeen (ISA) welcomed renowned innovator and...

Transport interventions to encourage more walking and cycling in the city centre

SEVERAL small-scale projects including which can potentially be delivered in the short term including signage improvements and speed limit reductions were yesterday approved to...

New pedestrian and cycleway link approved for the A92 at Murcar

A KEY cycling and pedestrian link from the A92 Murcar roundabout to just south of Blackdog was yesterday approved by councillors on the city...

Climate change plan gets green light

A STRATEGY for combating climate change and dealing with its impact has been adopted by Aberdeen City Council.     “Aberdeen Adapts” identifies measures to safeguard...