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The next generation of shipbuilding jobs in Scotland has been secured with the announcement of a 3.7 billion contract with BAE Systems to build three Type 26 frigates on the Clyde
British industry has received a boost from a 900m train order that once looked destined for Germany.
A Scottish engineering firm has signed a $1bn (780m) contract to provide flight engine parts to a US company.
It'll be a tough journey - previous robots sent in to the ruined nuclear reactor didn't make it back.
Witnesses described hearing an 'enormous bang' as it collapsed on to 10 acetylene cylinders at the Cornish dockside
Oil has begun flowing from a North Sea field which is part of a wider project aimed at unlocking 100 million barrels of additional reserves.
An oil exploration firm has made what it has described as the largest undeveloped discovery in UK waters.
Union members have voted to reject a new pay offer from the Offshore Contractors Association.
Toyota is to invest 240m in upgrading its UK factory that makes the Auris and Avensis models.
Plans for a 3.5 billion Disneyland style theme park to be built at Dartford would provide ongoing work for the UK inspection industry.
Luxury supercar manufacturer McLaren is to build a 50m chassis factory in South Yorkshire - creating 200 jobs.
Two more Royal Navy warships are to be built on the Clyde, the UK government is set to confirm later.
Pembrokeshire oil refinery owners Valero have submitted 100m investment plans for the site.
An 8bn tidal lagoon in Cardiff Bay would be big enough to provide enough electricity for the whole of Wales.
Insurers are looking to reduce the number of super yacht mast failures by carrying out periodic UT inspections.
British Engineering Services has acquired Salford based inspection company Nortest.
Parts of some steam generators at 18 nuclear power units in France may have similar anomalies discovered in the steel of the pressure vessel at Flamanville.
The Swedish government has announced that it will build new nuclear reactors to replace its existing stations.
It was lucky that only three persons were slightly injured after the roof of the Sports Centre at City University collapsed on Friday
Poor-quality welding has kept Canada's submarines docked for months, confirmed the Royal Canadian Navy