STV News at Six Aberdeen International
STV News at Six from the Aberdeen region. This edition of the broadcast programme may have been edited for rights reasons.
The BBC and ITV network have confirmed today that they will press ahead with General Election debate programmes which will feature the SNP for the first time.
The battle for hearts and minds on television took another twist today as broadcasters offered to host a General Election debate programme which would include the leaders of all the main parties running for Wes
The new Scottish Labour Leader Jim Murphy faces leading his party to electoral catastrophe at May's General Election according to a new poll for STV News.
Talisman Sinopec is the latest North Sea operator to announce significant job losses, as companies’ battle against rising costs and a collapsing oil price.
Scotland woke up to sub-zero temperatures today with the coldest weather in three years in many parts, and some areas recording as low as minus thirteen degrees.
It's a showcase project to put Dundee at the centre of Scotland's cultural map but tonight its emerged the cost of bringing the V&A Museum to the city is to almost double.
With predictions up to a tenth of UK oil and gas jobs could be lost because of the plunging oil price, the Scottish governments announced a new taskforce to support the struggling sector north of the border.
UK and Scottish Government ministers have been holding talks with offshore industry leaders in London today amid the continuing oil price crisis.
The hurricane force storm which slammed into Scotland last night packed one hundred mile an hour winds, brought down power lines and caused travel chaos with disruption to road and rail services.
Two adventurers have praised rescuers who took the ONLY break in the atrocious weather in the Cairngorms last night to reach them.
There's fresh turmoil at the north east's biggest hospital complex tonight with patients being told to stay away from the Accident and Emergency Department as staff struggle to cope with the high level of admis
The price of Brent crude oil has fallen to a five-and-a half year low prompting further fears for jobs in the North Sea.
Coastguards say they’ve found an empty life raft from the cargo ship which capsized and sank in the Pentland Firth.
An investigation is underway after an aircraft veered off the runway at Stornoway Airport on the Isle of Lewis.
The screening programme for Ebola is to be reviewed as a Scottish nurse continues to be treated for the virus.
Citylink staff facing redundancy on New Year's Day have held a rally outside the firm's Motherwell depot.