UK ministers have told a north-east MP that Scottish seafood exporters will be able to continue operating "without disruption" in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Highland post offices are "hanging by a thread" and need urgent support if they are to remain open, it has been claimed.
Ministers are to consider demands to refund Highland Council more than £2.5 million after the costs of the government’s controversial Universal Credit welfare reforms were revealed.
North-east councils have had to peel back culture and sports spending due to "drastic SNP cuts", new figures have revealed.
Transport ministers have been urged to follow the lead of the Faroe Islands and build a series of subsea tunnels to connect the Western Isles.
Fears have been raised over the ability of the Home Office to process Brexit visa applications from EU nationals.
A former Gordon District Council boss is leading the charge for the Liberal Democrats in Scotland at the forthcoming European parliamentary elections.
Thousands of staff at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs have been redeployed to handle Brexit, it has been revealed.
A Tory hoping to represent Scotland at the European Parliament has said "normal people" do not support a second EU referendum.
Brexit has "soured relationships" between Westminster and Holyrood, former Deputy First Minister Jim Wallace has said.
Theresa May faced calls to resign from Tory MPs after accepting an EU offer to delay Brexit until Halloween.
Why was a delay necessary?
A compromise Brexit deal is doomed to fail unless Theresa May ditches her red lines, Labour has warned.
Highland Council has been left millions of pounds "out of pocket" by the government's controversial Universal Credit welfare reforms, Inverness MP Drew Hendry has claimed.
MPs have passed a legally binding motion to force Theresa May to seek a Brexit delay until at least June 30.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has been threatened with legal action after he described the SNP's Westminster leader Ian Blackford as a "simple arms dealer” on social media.
Immigration ministers have been accused of "ignoring" the needs of the fishing industry in northern Scotland.
Brexit talks between the government and Labour will continue today as Theresa May heads to Paris and Berlin in an attempt to persuade EU leaders to back another delay to the UK's departure date.
What is happening with Brexit today?
Brexit risks plunging the Highland hospitality sector into "complete meltdown", an industry leader has claimed.
Theresa May has written to the European Union to request a further delay to the UK's departure date.
The UK Government's new fishing minister used his first ministerial visit to Scotland to meet workers in Peterhead yesterday.
A Brexit minister has criticised a Scottish MEP for posting what he described as "hugely irresponsible" letters to EU citizens who live and work in the north-east.
What is happening with Brexit?
Labour MPs have called on Jeremy Corbyn to strike a Brexit deal with Theresa May - without demanding a second referendum.
MPs were sent home more than two hours early this afternoon because of a leak from the roof of the House of Commons.
Two ministers have quit Theresa May's government over her decision to hold Brexit talks with Jeremy Corbyn.
Environment secretary Michael Gove has revealed the government will "intervene to safeguard the income of sheep farmers" in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned Jeremy Corbyn not to "sell out" in his Brexit negotiations with Theresa May.
Mike Russell has been accused of "game playing" after demanding a second Brexit referendum and then saying the Scottish Government would not necessarily accept the result.
The boss of the UK's largest cash machine operator has been criticised by MPs after suggesting that the number of ATMs across rural Scotland is "satisfactory".
Senior backbench MPs are pushing for a change in the law to prevent a no-deal Brexit in nine days time.