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Worker Killed in Offshore Incident

An offshore services company has appeared in Aberdeen Sheriff Court following an incident in which a worker died after plunging 23 metres from a platform into the sea. Lee Bertram was working for the company on a platform in the North Sea when the incident happened in 2011. He had been using ropes to access […]

Scotland’s Most Expensive Postcodes

Recently released statistics from the Registers of Scotland (RoS) have revealed that Edinburgh and Aberdeen are home to Scotland’s most expensive postcodes. The RoS looked at this year’s sales of properties valued at over £1 million and found that the New Town in Edinburgh saw the highest number of high value properties changing hands, with […]

Government Decides Against Offshore Helicopter Safety Inquiry

The UK Government has rejected calls by the House of Commons Transport Select Committee for an independent public inquiry into offshore helicopter safety, reports the Herald. The Committee had called for a full, independent, public inquiry to address whether the safety of offshore helicopter operations in the North Sea was affected by commercial pressure from […]

Stonehaven Firm Fined After Fatal Crush Injury

A Stonehaven animal feed company has been fined after a lorry driver was crushed to death when a two-tonne, fully-loaded grain bin fell onto him from a forklift truck. David Leslie, who was 49, was helping with a grain loading operation when the incident happened. The grain bin had been picked up by a forklift […]

Firm Sentenced after Worker Sustains Leg Injury

A company in Aberdeen has been fined for safety failings after a worker was injured when a forklift truck ran over his leg and foot. Mr Bonnar was working with three other colleagues to pressure-wash naturally-occurring radioactive material from components in two large wash bays, both in a restricted zone on site. At one stage […]

Court Restructure Affects Aberdeen’s Courts

Phase 2 of the Scottish Court Service’s (SCS) court restructuring plan is now underway, with a number of courts in the East of Scotland affected by the changes. Court business from Stonehaven Sheriff and Justice of the Peace Court has transferred to Aberdeen, where construction is already underway of a modern and fully equipped civil […]