A TRADE union official accused of more than £70,000 worth of fraud has had her court case postponed again.
Gillian Thackray, 46, of Huddersfield, is accused of three fraud offences while acting for Unison in Aberdeen.
She is said to have forged cheques and paid them into her own bank account between 1998 and 2003.
It is also claimed she told union workers she was going to work-related conferences across the UK and would need travel, accommodation and childcare expenses.
She is said to have filled out forms claiming £35,858.05 and pocketed the amount.
The final charge states she pretended she needed stationery and office supplies.
She is said to have defrauded the union out of £7,762.36 by this method.
Thackray's married name is Bojang and her address on court papers is Cromarty Avenue, Crosland Moor.
She did not appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday. The case has been put off until December 28. Thackray has yet to lodge a plea.