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 plunging oil price is leaving the UK oil industry in 'crisis' and 'close to collapse'.
A public inquiry with the powers to force people to give evidence is to investigate historical child abuse in Scotland.
Scotland's first same sex marriages have taken place today as the country's new law came into effect.
The Prime Minister has confirmed he'll back moves to give the Scottish Parliament the power to lower the voting age in time for the 2016 election.
The oil and gas sector could lose around ten percent of its workforce as it tries to ride out the current slump and a plunging oil price.
There's a warning tonight that lives will be lost and a local economy damaged by another military shake up by the UK government.
It was dubbed the "weather bomb" and it slammed a blast of winter into Scotland with gale force winds and mountainous seas.
Three people have died in a spate of accidents on Scotland’s roads after freezing temperatures and wintry weather led to dangerous conditions.
In his final Autumn statement before the General Election George Osborne has outlined what he called a plan for prosperity tomorrow, but continuing austerity for now.
A scathing report into the quality of care at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has raised concerns about chronic staffing problems and identified "significant deficiencies" in leadership and management.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown is set to announce he'll stand down as an MP at May's general election.
The Better Together parties say they have delivered on their referendum vow. Today Lord Smith revealed a deal has been struck which will allow the biggest transfer of powers since the establishment of Holyrood
Plans to look for a fairer alternative to the council tax and proposals to abolish tax breaks for shooting estates have been unveiled by Scotland's new First Minister.
Business leaders in the North Sea oil and gas industry are urging the Chancellor to give them a tax break in his autumn statement, amid plummeting confidence in the sector.
Detectives say they'll never give up the hunt for the killer of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson. The 30 year old was shot dead on his doorstep in the seaside town nearly ten years ago.