Police Scotland post referendum statement
Police Scotland Assistant Chief Constable Bernard Higgins today, Friday September 19 praised and thanked the public for their help and co-operation during the Referendum campaign and ballot, which concluded this morning.
The bird has landed for Stagecoach Bluebird at In Town Without My Car Day
On Sunday 21st September 2014, as part of European Mobility Week 2014 Stagecoach North Scotland is encouraging families to come and join the fun at 'In Town Without My Car Day', organised by Aberdeen City Council and being held at Schoolhill, Aberdeen, where the street is given over to people instead of vehicles.
Region gearing up for Routes Europe 2015
Arrangements for hosting Europe’s largest aviation trade event, Routes Europe, continue with representatives from Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire attending World Routes Chicago later this week.
Subsea 7 and the Institution of Civil Engineers launch 'Bridges to Schools' in the North-east
Subsea engineering and construction specialist, Subsea 7, and the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) have combined their expertise to bring ‘Bridges to Schools’ to Grampian.
Cutting edge crime scene technology, R2S and medieval murder…
Visual asset management tool R2S will be used on Saturday to re-investigate one of Scotland’s most infamous medieval crimes – the brutal murder of William, 8th Earl of Douglas, widely believed to have been committed by the young King James II.
Oil & Gas UK statement on Scottish Referendum result
In light of the ‘No’ vote in the Scottish Referendum, Oil & Gas UK looks forward to continuing working closely with both the UK and Scottish Governments towards the shared ambition of maximising economic recovery of the UK’s offshore oil and gas resource.
Aberdeenshire Counting Officer announces votes cast in Scottish Independence Referendum
The total votes cast in Aberdeenshire for each answer in the Scottish Independence Referendum has been announced by Counting Officer Colin Mackenzie.