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.
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.
In a wide ranging reshuffle of the Scottish Government the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has replaced her Cabinet Secretaries for Education and Justice, moved her Health Secretary and promoted John Swinney to
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon calls for consensus after she's officially sworn in as Scotland's First Minister.
Nicola Sturgeon is the new First Minister of Scotland. She was elected by MSPs this afternoon during a session of Parliament when opposition leaders joined her in marking what is a significant day for women in
Alex Salmond has told the Scottish Parliament it has been the privilege of his life to serve as First Minister. The MSP for Aberdeenshire East received a standing ovation as he resigned from Holyrood.
Health Secretary Alex Neil says he'll act swiftly on any findings of a report into the standard of care at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Scotland will become an independent country. With those words delegates cheered First Minister Alex Salmond as he bowed out of the party leadership at the SNP annual conference in Perth.
Alex Salmond concluded his last First Minister's Questions today as he prepares to make way for the election of Nicola Sturgeon next week.
A man has been jailed for life after being convicted of brutally murdering a two year old girl he was babysitting.
A murder trial has heard how a toddler allegedly killed by her mother's partner had a total of 65 injuries.
The Chief Secretary to the Treasury said recent oil price falls must be passed on to motorists. The demand came as a new price war broke out on supermarket forecourts.
A jury has been told that a man accused of murdering his girlfriend's daughter was more concerned in rolling a cigarette than asking how the two year old was.
Scots workers are entitled to millions of pounds in extra holiday pay after a landmark legal ruling.
Tributes have been paid to the Fraserburgh skipper of a Scottish trawler who died after the vessel sank in the North Sea.
The crisis at NHS Grampian has deepened tonight after the trust's embattled chief executive Richard Carey announced he is to take early retirement.