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N-sea Completes Industry-First Subsea Repair Operation

N-Sea, the Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (IMR) specialist, has utilised the world’s first wet repair habitat to complete an in-situ subsea cable repair. The habitat was developed by Moyle Interconnector Ltd as part of the seabed...

Scottish cities perform strongly in 2015/2016 European and UK cities hotel forecast

Edinburgh is the only UK city outside London to be named among the top eight European cities expected to achieve strong growth in 2015 and 2016 according to PwC’s latest European hotel forecast. And according to...

North-east business looks for action from next UK government

Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce has set out what its members want from the next UK government. Specific requests in the Chamber’s General Election Manifesto include more collaboration between the UK and Scottish governments, a...

RBS named Property Funding Team of the Year at the Scottish Property Awards 2015

RBS Real Estate Finance Scotland was named Property Funding Team of the Year at the Scottish Property Awards 2015. The Real Estate unit is a 50 member team headed up by Stuart Heslop which services the...

Statoil orders new emergency vessel for the Mariner field

Statoil (U.K.) Limited has awarded a contract to Sentinel Marine Limited to provide a new multi role Emergency Response & Rescue Vessel (ERRV) to support operations on the Mariner field on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS). ...

Law firm Pinsent Masons to launch in Australia

International law firm Pinsent Masons is to launch an infrastructure sector-focused practice in Melbourne and Sydney later this year. It will be led by David Rennick, former CEO of Maddocks, which is one of Australia’s top...

Health risk ‘map’ helps energy sector firms assess risk overseas

North-east oil and gas companies are set to benefit from an updated map which will allow them to assess risk levels in worldwide locations - ensuring their employees are safe when travelling abroad. International SOS has...

Brodies planning expert calls for culture change to tackle shortage of new homes

One of the country’s leading planning experts has warned that more must be done to meet rising demand for new homes in Scotland. In his white paper, Delivery of Housing Land, Neil Collar, Head of Planning...

Food delivery startup gives you flavours of the world

An innovative new Aberdeen startup aims to shake up the Aberdeen home delivery food market. HomeMeals4u.com is the brainchild of Prasanna Aenugu, 26 an MBA graduate from India and Piroska Balint, 40 a PhD student at...

The Wishing Tree launches its first public “Ask The Experts” business support clinic

The Wishing Tree, Scotland’s First Peer to Peer Business support network is launching its inaugural public business support clinic, “Ask The Experts” in Aberdeen. The event is playing host to some of the North East of...
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