The head of Airbus has torn into the Government’s handling of Brexit, branding it a “disgrace” and warning that the company could pull out of the UK if its ability to compete on the global stage is harmed by a no-deal departure.
A major new windfarm development has been referred to Aberdeenshire Council’s infrastructure services committee for a formal objection to be made.
Work on coastal protection measures stretching several miles along the coast at Broughty Ferry could begin as early as next month.
Dundee parents yesterday hailed the planned introduction of a new £250 benefit payment designed to help with spiralling school costs.
Michael Alexander meets young St Andrews man Lewis Hazel who is raising money and awareness of mental health issues after the community was rocked by the tragic death of two of his former schoolmates.
More than 200 delegates from across Scotland were in Dundee to discuss the changing face of transportation.
Troubled regional airline Flybe says it has already received the first £10 million in crucial funding as part of its takeover amid shareholder unrest over the deal.
The Restaurant Group has hailed a “pivotal” year despite a drop in core sales, as it eyes growth opportunities following its multimillion-pound takeover of Wagamama.
Temperatures plunged as low as minus 8.5C (16.7F) overnight as the cold snap brought wintry and potentially-hazardous conditions to many parts of the country.
US president Donald Trump will postpone his State of the Union address until the partial government shutdown ends.