North-east survival training firm recognised for innovative approach to HR

A leading offshore survival training firm has been shortlisted in the finals of this year’s cHeRries Awards in recognition of its innovative approach to HR. 

Community Benefit Guidance produced for renewable energy developers and local communities

Community Benefit Guidance has been produced for renewable energy developers and community and voluntary groups in Aberdeenshire. 

Advanced computing research boosts productivity and performance

A world-leading team of academic researchers and industrial experts from across Europe are celebrating the conclusion of a four year research collaboration tackling the challenges posed by the fastest and most powerful computing systems on the planet.

Deeside hotel manager scoops prestigious accolade

A well-known face in the North East hospitality industry has added another prestigious award to his growing clutch of accolades.

Thirteen staff promoted at Eden Scott

A series of promotions have been announced at Scottish recruitment firm Eden Scott as the business reports robust financial results in its thirteenth year.

School pupils take part in farming project at city park

Pupils from an Aberdeen school learned about the links from field to fork today as they took part in a farming project in a city park.

Full Council to decide on retrospective Gypsy/Traveller site applications

Councillors will be asked to decide on two retrospective planning applications relating to an unauthorised Gypsy/Traveller site near St Cyrus next week. (April 30).

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