All-out strike action by bus drivers in Aberdeen that due to begin today, April 6, has been suspended, BBC claims.
First Aberdeen and the Unite union have been in negotiations with the conciliation service Acas over proposed changes to drivers contracts. The bus company has made a new offer which drivers will be asked to vote on.
Unite said there had been a "significant enough shift" in the company's position to justify putting the new offer to drivers.
Strike action may still be possible. The situation will be monitored and any relevant details will follow.