The Scottish Government minister behind the plan to centralise the Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) board has "refused to name anyone" that supports the move. Read More
Inshore fishermen in Shetland's north mainland were unable to access their shellfish boats on Wednesday morning after the islands' council put up a barrier preventing use of the dilapidated Toft pier. Read More
Scottish Brexit minister Mike Russell has warned the continuing presence of EU nationals will be crucial to sustaining population levels and the economy north of the border. Read More
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Sarah Macintosh and her Highland pony, Lochewe Magnus, pictured above, have achieved a string of successes during 2016.
European protected food status enjoyed by iconic brands such as Scotch Beef and Stornoway Black Pudding could still be used once the UK leaves Europe.
Farmers and crofters enrolled in the Scottish Government's new £45million Beef Efficiency Scheme (BES) will be told this week what animals need to be tissue tagged.
Xcite Energy has has appointed liquidators in bid to seek a fast sale, it was today confirmed.
Inshore fishermen in Shetland's north mainland were unable to access their shellfish boats on Wednesday morning after the islands' council put up a barrier preventing use of the dilapidated Toft pier.
Cameron Baxter is a real broth of a boy.
Brexit Secretary David Davis has pledged to set out the UK Government's "strategic plans" before triggering the formal EU departure talks.
Holyrood's approval would be required if the UK Parliament tried to change its powers in the way Brexit will, the Supreme Court has heard.
Private sector economic development body Opportunity North East (One) has launched a growth programme for ambitious food and drink businesses across north-east Scotland, in partnership with Aberdeenshire Council.
Scotch industry leaders toasted whisky's position as the single biggest net contributor to the UK’s balance of trade in goods at a reception in the Scotland Office in London.
Scottish Brexit minister Mike Russell has warned the continuing presence of EU nationals will be crucial to sustaining population levels and the economy north of the border.
An IT firm in Inverurie has been snapped up in a deal thought to be worth seven figures.
Showjumpers were out in force at the two-day British Showjumping competition at the Cabin Equestrian Centre, Inverurie.
Scottish poultry farmers have been urged to adhere to new government rules to prevent the spread of bird flu.
Scottish Government has confirmed it made over-payments totalling more than £2million to farm businesses in payment runs in the past two years.
This month Annabel Sall met Sue Emery - a remedial and sports massage therapist for humans and equines. While her horse had a treatment and assessment she talked to Ms Emery about her background, career to date and the benefits of massage for our equine partners.
More jobs are being created by manufacturing and retail firms but there has been a slump in other sectors including banking, a study reveals.
London's top-flight index was enjoying a heady rise on Wednesday amid reports that Italy may take a controlling stake in troubled banking giant Monte dei Paschi di Siena.
The European Commission has fined HSBC, JPMorgan and Credit Agricole a total of 485 million euro (£412 million) for their role as part of a cartel that conspired to rig interest rate derivatives.
Support services firm Carillion has said that Brexit and prolonged low oil prices are expected to dent its performance in the second half of the year.
British Gas Business is to pay the Carbon Trust £4.5 million for failing to meet a deadline to supply new meters to customers.
Train and bus operator Stagecoach has said that slowing economic growth, the Brexit vote and terrorism have begun to take their toll on the company's UK rail division.
British Steel has won a new contract to supply rails to a Finnish company, on the 10th anniversary of rail production at its Scunthorpe site.
A unanimous Supreme Court has sided with smartphone maker Samsung in its high-profile patent dispute with Apple over the design of the iPhone.
Financial stocks led the charge on the London market as concerns eased over the state of Italy's beleaguered banking industry.
Energy giant INEOS has opened a new headquarters in the UK, saying the move reflects its increased confidence in this country.
US stocks have posted slight gains, sending the Dow Jones industrial average to another record, helped by shares of telecommunications companies such as Verizon, Sprint and AT&T.
European Union regulators have fined banks JPMorgan, HSBC and Credit Agricole a combined 484 million euro (£411 million) for colluding to manipulate the price of financial products linked to interest rates.
A planned ballot for industrial action among workers who clean Virgin West Coast trains has been cancelled after a dispute over jobs was resolved.
Glasgow Prestwick Airport has signed an agreement with Houston Spaceport as it looks to strengthen its case to become the UK's first launch site.
Scottish Labour Leader Kezia Dugdale will today call for a constitutional convention to "re-establish the UK for a new age".
A north-east MP will tomorrow launch legislation aimed at preventing violence against women.