Banff and Buchan Coast MSP Stewart Stevenson has claimed the Tories will sell out the fishing industry in EU talks.
A north-east MP has been asked to play a role at the Department for International Trade.
David Duguid has launched a scathing attack on the first minister, accusing her of "ignoring" rural communities such as the coastal towns in Banff and Buchan.
Banff and Buchan was a closely contested seat in today's election but retained by Conservative David Duguid.
The north-east was the scene for an astonishing set of election results in 2017 and none more so than perhaps the Tory victory in Banff and Buchan.
Scottish Conservative acting leader claims vote for any other party would harm fishing industry on visit to Fraserburgh
The acting leader of the Scottish Conservatives claimed that a vote for any other party would mean "abandoning our fishing fleets to EU rules" as he visited the north-east.
The surge in NHS Grampian tranquilliser-related hospital admissions is part of a “highly disturbing” trend in the fake drugs black market, a UK Government minister has said.
Scottish fishing industry in danger of being ‘left behind’ due to delay in roll-out of £16 million investment
The Scottish fishing industry is in danger of being "left behind" the rest of the UK due to delays in the roll-out of a £16 million investment fund, it was claimed yesterday.
An MP has offered to help "in any way he can" to arrange an alternative for pupils missing out on a popular dance competition.
The Scottish Government was last night urged to pass on Brexit preparation cash to the north-east to ensure fish and shellfish can be exported after EU withdrawal.
Banks should be banned from leaving Scottish towns without branches, according to a new report which highlights the impact of closures in the north and north-east.
North-east ports have been encouraged to apply to become part of a special tax exclusion zone - which could potentially create tens of thousands of jobs in the region.
More than 200 assaults were committed against ambulance staff across Grampian and the Highlands and Islands over the last six years.
The Scottish Government yesterday rejected fishing leaders’ calls for a dedicated fisheries minister to be brought into Nicola Sturgeon’s Cabinet.
Tory MPs will today plunge into a weeks-long battle to decide who will replace Theresa May in Downing Street.
High-profile drug swoops in the north-east have been discussed at Westminster.
Fergus Ewing has said Brexit poses a major risk to rural Scotland, warning of the impact of tariffs and the loss of EU workers.
A north-east MP has urged the UK government to expand the delivery of carbon capture technology - claiming St Fergus gas terminal should be a front-runner option.
Bank bosses have been accused of "giving up" on rural communities after branches have continued to close.
Scotland’s arts agency has been accused of neglecting the north and north-east after it was revealed all jobs advertised since 2014 were for the Central Belt.
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.
A north-east MP has called on the Prime Minister to back his bid to introduce screening of babies for a rare genetic condition.
Long-term reliance on migrant workers has been a “sticking plaster” for labour shortages across Scotland’s farms, MPs heard today.
The Scottish Government has been accused of "wasting" £10 million of cash earmarked for Brexit preparations.
Theresa May has given an “absolute” commitment that fishing rights will not be up for renegotiation with Brussels in the coming weeks.
Moray Conservative MP Douglas Ross has confirmed that he will vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal tonight citing concerns about its impact on fishing.
Fears have been raised that Coastguard cutbacks are putting “lives in danger” around the coasts of the north and north-east.
Theresa May will today vow to stand firm in defending Scottish fishermen as she continues her Brexit tour of the UK to rally support for her deal.
Theresa May hits back at French threats over fisheries amid warnings of ‘intolerable pressure’ in trade talks
An embattled Theresa May last night hit back at French threats to delay a future trade deal over access to UK fisheries – but was warned there will be “intolerable pressure to agree almost anything”.
Theresa May has declared access to UK fishing waters will not be traded away to EU states amid accusations her proposed Brexit deal is “another Tory sell-out” of the industry.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has said the UK will not be bound by the EU Common Fisheries Policy beyond the end of 2020 “regardless of what else happens”.
The prime minister remains committed to keeping fishing negotiations separate from trade discussions in Brexit talks, the Press and Journal can reveal.