Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for a “green industrial revolution” during a cross-party rally demanding the delivery of high quality jobs in Fife’s renewables sector.
Sources close to the train building company behind plans to bring more than 1,000 jobs to Fife say the project could still happen if the controversial HS2 scheme is scrapped.
High-end designer handbags have been stolen during a break-in at a house in Fife.
BiFab trade unions GMB and Unite have said a "level playing field" is needed if Scotland is to secure the large-scale manufacturing contracts from its own offshore renewables sector – and they are asking the First Minister and the Scottish Parliament to intervene.
“You can almost feel the spirit when you arrive” – Dundee’s prospects discussed at International Dinner
Business leaders gathered for Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce’s inaugural International Dinner – demonstrating the strong links between the city, Scotland and the rest of the world on St Andrew’s Day.
Union leaders at the closure-threatened BiFab facilities have called for a new push to save the yards in Fife and Arnish.
Up to 1,000 new jobs could be created in Fife after Longannet was selected as a potential site for a new train manufacturing plant, it has emerged.
Guests donned shorts, shades and Hawaiian shirts at the V&A in Dundee last night as a colourful awards ceremony marked the end of a hugely successful Summer of Games across the City of Discovery.
Workers at Diageo are to be balloted for industrial action over changes to the drinks giant’s final salary pension scheme.
A Fife-based shopfitting company is to cut more jobs from its workforce in Kirkcaldy, it has emerged.