Technology the Topic for Oil and Gas Industry's Breakfast Briefing

"Technology - A new way forward for the UKCS?" is the title of the next Oil & Gas UK breakfast briefing at the Aberdeen Exhibition Conference Centre on December 2, which will explore how technological innovation helps the oil and gas sector, and other industries including the aerospace sector, to achieve significant technical advances.

Unique opportunity to view University’s rare collections

Members of the public will have a unique opportunity next week to get up close to some of the University of Aberdeen's rarest treasures.

Free festive films on offer in Aberdeen

Business organisation Aberdeen Inspired will spread some Christmas cheer as it puts a range of festive films on the big screen for free at the Belmont Filmhouse.

Aberdeen Harbour receives funding for environmental impact assessment

Aberdeen Harbour Board has received funding from the European Commission's TEN-T 2013 transport infrastructure initiative, to support on-going studies into the potential expansion of the Harbour into Nigg Bay.

 

Dilaps court ruling could put landlords in a flap

Landlords expecting to recover substantial dilapidation payments from former tenants could be in for a shock following rulings made by Scotland’s most senior appeal court, warns Aberdeen commercial property expert Mark McCall. 

Knowing your ‘scurrie’ from your ‘myaave’ – researchers find women play vital role in the preservation of traditional dialects

Aberdeen researchers have discovered that women may hold the key to the preservation of traditional dialects spoken in Scottish fishing communities.

Black Gold on the Silver Screen

Rare films from the 1930s and 1950s – including what is believed to be the earliest surviving professional colour film made in Scotland – will be screened at a Capturing the Energy film night at the Belmont Cinema tonight (November 20). 

Council director to leave Cumbria for Aberdeenshire top job

Cumbria County Council’s Leader and Chief Executive have congratulated Jim Savege, the County Council’s Corporate Director for Environment and Community Services, on his promotion to be the new Chief Executive of Aberdeenshire Council in Scotland.

RS Occupational Health growth prompts creation of jobs

The ongoing growth of a leading occupational health company has prompted the creation of new jobs in Aberdeen, Inverness and Great Yarmouth.

Festive wonderland at The Store

An Aberdeenshire family run farm is opening its doors on Scotland's feast day to launch its festive offerings.