9.7 C
Alba Iulia
Sunday, July 5, 2020

National Story

BREAKING: Equinor confirms coronavirus case on North sea platform

OIL giant Equinor has a confirmed case of coronavirus on one of its assets in the Norwegian section of the North Sea. The Norwegian firm said today that one worker tested positive for the virus on its Martin Linge platform. The...

Shell worker based in Aberdeen tests positive for coronavirus

A Shell employee in Aberdeen has tested positive for coronavirus. It brings the number of cases across north-east Scotland to six. The employee, who works at the energy giant’s regional headquarters in Tullos, has been referred to health authorities. Shell confirmed that...

AAB named top Scottish dealmaker for 10th consecutive year

Chartered accountancy firm Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP has been recognised as the top dealmaker in Scotland for 2014. This is the tenth consecutive year Scottish Business Insider has credited the accountants as having completed and...

Scottish employment sees annual increase of 46,000

The number of Scots in employment has increased by 46,000 over the year, according to figures published today by the ONS. The Labour Market Statistics cover the twelve months from December 2014 to February 2015 and...

Scottish Golf Union drives new sponsorship deal

The Scottish Golf Union has named Pike & Bambridge as its Official Vehicle Partner. The new car sales and leasing company, which has offices in Edinburgh and Aberdeen, will provide sponsorship to amateur golf by supporting...

Scotland’s economy grows by 0.6%

Scotland’s economy saw its fastest growth since 2006, by 0.6% over the three months to the end of 2014, according to new Scottish Government statistics. On an annual basis, the figures show that Scottish GDP also...

Drum Property Group submits plans for £35million shopping centre

A Scottish property group has submitted plans for the proposed £35million redevelopment of an Ipswich shopping centre. Drum Property Group, which has offices in Aberdeen and Edinburgh, has teamed up with Capital & Regional to detail...

Clydesdale Bank fined £20m over mishandling PPI

The Financial Conduct Authority has fined Clydesdale Bank £20.7million for “serious failings” in its PPI complaint handling procedures. The fine is the largest ever imposed by the FCA for matters relating to PPI.Between May 2011 and...

Scottish Law Commission marks 50th anniversary with conference

The Scottish Law Commission is hosting a major and prestigious international law reform conference, marking its 50th anniversary. The biennial Conference of the Commonwealth Association of Law Reform Agencies (CALRAs) will be held in Edinburgh over...

Unique diploma in unexpected emergencies and crisis incidents launched

A new diploma has been launched to offer organisations the opportunity to train to handle unexpected emergencies and crisis incidents. The aim of The Diploma of Integrated Emergency Management is to help firms better handle situations...
Advertisement
Advertisement

Subscribe to our newsletter

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.

We never use your email for spam

Latest News

Risk management firm notches up more than £1 million worth of sales

RISK management firm, Safetec UK Limited, has secured more than £1 million worth of sales in less than 12 months after the appointment of...

Premier Oil scraps £152million Dana Tolmount deal

PREMIER Oil has said it is not “pursuing” a $191million (£152m) deal to acquire an additional 25% stake in the Tolmount project from Dana...

PwC appoints new head of tax in Aberdeen

MULTINATIONAL professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has announced a new head of tax in Aberdeen. Mairi Massey is based in the firm's Energy Centre of...

NHV wins Shell North Sea helicopter contract

NHV helicopters has won a three-year Shell North Sea contract. The Belgium-based firm has unveiled the deal to transport Shell workers in the UK to...

Follow Us

Our Other Titles