Brexit uncertainty is threatening potential new routes for Aberdeen, Inverness and other UK airports, aviation industry chiefs have warned.
Farmer and crofter profitability must be the key focus during Brexit negotiations surrounding agriculture, claims NFU Scotland's (NFUS) top policy man.
There is no doubt that farming has become very reliant on non-UK labour, mostly from Eastern Europe.
The Scottish Government was accused last night of using Brexit as an excuse to pursue its "holy grail" of independence above all else.
Get your diaries out because Theresa May has announced the date for triggering Article 50: March 29.
Lindsay Razaq, Westminster Correspondent
The relationship between Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon showed no signs of thawing last night after it emerged Scottish ministers were left in the dark about the start date for Brexit negotiations.
Fishing industry chiefs have warned they would "react savagely" to any attempt to use rights of access to UK waters as a bargaining chip in the Brexit negotiations.
Conservative MSPs will use a crunch Holyrood vote to try and push back a second independence referendum until after April 2019.
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has insisted she and Jeremy Corbyn are united in their feelings that there should not be another independence referendum before Brexit.
There is nothing quite like government to get people excited.
Not all farm businesses will survive Brexit, farm business consultancy Andersons has warned.
Scottish Land and Estates (SLE) has called for a debate about future policy and support for farms and rural businesses post-Brexit.
Theresa May has been accused of blocking a second independence referendum because she knows she can't win.
Theresa May can now formally trigger Brexit negotiations after the Queen signed the Article 50 Bill.
The prime minister will today pledge to put strengthening and sustaining the union at the heart of her plan for the country.
Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon were engaged in a bitter stand-off last night after the prime minister rejected the SNP leader's call for a second independence referendum.
Nobody voted for Theresa May to become prime minister, yet she has unilaterally issued an edict that she will refuse to grant the Scottish Parliament the power that it requires to hold an independence referendum.
The UK Government will reject a request from the Scottish Government for a second referendum on independence.
There is no need for a second referendum on independence in Scotland, and there is no desire for one.
Brexit poses the most significant challenge facing the Irish farming and food sector in the history of the state, warns the Irish Farmers' Association (IFA).
The uncertainties surrounding Brexit and a second independence referendum make for a difficult few years in farming.
The Prime Minister has rejected Nicola Sturgeon's call for a second independence referendum, saying "now is not the time".
A petition calling for a second independence referendum to be blocked will be considered for debate at Westminster after it secured more than 100,000 signatures.
Theresa May has insisted Scotland will leave the European Union whether it remains part of the UK or not.
Former first minister Alex Salmond has acknowledged an independent Scotland would "not necessarily" remain part of the EU.
Petition to block second independence vote passes 100,000 signatures as north-east rushes to sign up
A petition calling for MPs to block a second vote on Scottish independence has surpassed 100,000 signatures.
A group of eight agricultural organisations has formed a coalition to help inform government about key issues affecting the sector during Brexit negotiations.
Nicola Sturgeon has thrown down the gauntlet to Theresa May for the second day running - insisting a fresh independence referendum must be "made in Scotland".
SNP Westminster Leader Angus Robertson has urged Theresa May to secure a UK-wide approach to Brexit or face the "consequences".
Farmers could cash in on chicken feet by increasing exports to China for business after Brexit, a farming minister has said.
An exclusive poll has revealed that 55% of Press and Journal readers would reject Scottish independence in a second referendum.