Warnings of a crisis in farming due to a shortage of workers has come from MPs looking at the impact of Brexit.
With one year until Brexit, groups across Scotland have been lobbying hard to get their voices heard - particularly on five crucial issues: fishing, farming, the devolution settlement, EU citizens rights and the impact on jobs.
Theresa May is blocking agreement on post-Brexit devolution says Ian Blackford, as the Prime Minister prepares to visit Scotland as part of a UK tour to mark one year until Brexit.
The threat of Islamist terror attacks could worsen in the next two years, the UK Government warned as it unveiled a shake-up in the national security strategy.
Scotland will need to find alternatives to immigration to boost population, according to a report from independent experts.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has been reprimanded by Commons Speaker John Bercow for "sexist" comment.
The Scottish Jewish community has thrown its weight behind protests against anti-Semitism outside Westminster last night.
SNP leader Ian Blackford has queried whether the UK Government has done enough to protect the Far North from Russian incursion.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay is facing calls to bring forward the next business rates revaluation to ensure firms are not hit again by “bombshell” rises.
North-east Conservatives have admitted that local fishermen are “understandably angry” after holding a face-to-face meeting with skippers in Peterhead yesterday.
Plans for a major event are being drawn up to mark the official opening of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route when the road is finally completed.
Economy Secretary Keith Brown has hinted that the Scottish Government would consider splashing the cash to try to speed-up the delay-hit Aberdeen bypass.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to investigate a row over the introduction of controversial parking charges at island airports.
Transport chiefs have officially pushed back the completion date for Aberdeen’s long-awaited bypass – revealing the road is not now due to be open until late autumn.
Theresa May insisted yesterday that fishing fleets will enjoy a “bright future” after Brexit amid claims she had sanctioned the “worst imaginable” transition deal.
Aberdeen council chiefs will be left with £1.6million less than expected in their coffers this year after a Holyrood accountancy error, it was claimed last night.
Councils have been warned to learn the lessons handed to Dundee after the local authority was defrauded of £1 million by one of its own IT experts.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson faced criticism last night after taking part in a “bizarre” Brexit stunt in which dead fish were flung into the River Thames.
Michael Gove appealed for Tory rebels and furious fishermen to keep their “eyes on the prize” yesterday as he promised full fisheries control by the end of 2020.
The UK Government was last night facing a furious backlash after sanctioning a “massive sell-out” of the Scottish fishing industry in its interim Brexit deal.